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Kim Jong-Un

In The Interview, Randall Park plays Kim Jong-Un, the North Korean dictator with a soft spot for Katy Perry and a love for the good life. However, talk show host Dave Skylark (James Franco) soon discovers that all is not what it seems.

Oldboy

On his daughter’s third birthday, businessman Oh Dae-Su is kidnapped and held for 15 long years without any human contact or explanation. He passes the time shadowboxing, which, along with a hammer, comes in useful when he has to fight his way through 25 gang members.

Lady Vengeance

In Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, Lee Geum-Ja (Lee Young-Ae) is released from prison after serving 13 years for a murder she didn’t commit. She cuts off her pinky as contrition for her role in the kidnapping, then starts her meticulously planned revenge on the true murderer.

Annyong Bluth

Annyong is the adopted Korean son of Lucille and George Bluth. Knowing no English, he repeats only “annyoung” — the Korean word for “hello” — and the name sticks. He quarrels with his brother Buster and is revealed to be a mole seeking revenge on the Bluth Family.

Gangnam Style Yellow Suit Guy

Yellow Suit Guy, played by popular Korean comedian Yoo Jae-Seok, is one of the few who’s danced-off against PSY and lived to tell about it. Perhaps his paparazzi specs and reflective suit have something to do with that.

Gangnam Style Elevator Cowboy

If PSY’s sleek formalwear is not for you, perhaps you can try his hip-thrusting friend’s laid back style, which includes a t-shirt, skin-tight shorts, and a cowboy hat. Trademark moves by popular Korean comedian Noh Hong Chul.

Gangnam Style PSY

The K-pop single Gangnam Style was a force of nature in 2012, breaking a billion YouTube views. In the music video, PSY sports numerous flamboyant suits, most famously a blue tuxedo while doing his signature horse dance and swallowing airborne debris.