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London Korean Film Night: Princess Aurora (2005)

London Korean Film Night: Princess Aurora (2005)

The directorial debut of Pang Eun-jin, Princess Aurora is a female take on the one of the most feted of all Korean genres: the revenge film. Vengeance, bloody and violent, here is meted out by Jung Soon-jung (Uhm Jung-hwa), a mother grieving the horrific death of her young daughter, at the hands of a stranger […]

London Korean Film Festival 2016 : 3-27 November 2016

London Korean Film Festival 2016 : 3-27 November 2016

The 11th London Korean Film Festival (LKFF) will run from 3-17 November in London followed by a tour around in the UK (Sheffield, Manchester, Nottingham, Glasgow & Belfast) until 27 November, with over 60 films across features and shorts, a host of UK & European Premieres, Hits, Retrospectives, Animation, Documentary, and this year’s special focus […]

London Korean Film Night: Cyrano Agency (2010)

London Korean Film Night: Cyrano Agency (2010)

Named after the well-known French drama Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand, Cyrano Agency is a special consultancy for people who lack dating skills. Staff members of the agency create real-life backdrops and situations to help their “clients” win the love of their dreams. The agency prospers with clients who just don’t have a clue […]

2016 Artist of the Year_Koo Jeong A: Riptide

2016 Artist of the Year_Koo Jeong A: Riptide

The Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) is pleased to announce Riptide, a new exhibition from their 2016 ‘Artist of the Year’, Koo Jeong A. Running from 7 October – 19 November 2016, the artist presents 20 large-scale line drawings recontextualised from her book project Koo Jeong-A: R (2006). Transforming a solo exhibition into a dynamic […]

London Korean Film Night: Scandal Makers (2008)

London Korean Film Night: Scandal Makers (2008)

Geum-soon (Bae Doo-na), once a top-ranked volleyball player, is now a housewife with a six-month-old daughter and a trouble-making husband. When her husband goes to work, Geum-soon sometimes visits the volleyball stadium where she meets many of her old colleagues and starts to reminiscence her old life as a professional sportswoman. One night Geum-soon receives […]

London Korean Film Night: Saving My Hubby (2002)

London Korean Film Night: Saving My Hubby (2002)

Geum-soon (Bae Doo-na), once a top-ranked volleyball player, is now a housewife with a six-month-old daughter and a trouble-making husband. When her husband goes to work, Geum-soon sometimes visits the volleyball stadium where she meets many of her old colleagues and starts to reminiscence her old life as a professional sportswoman. One night Geum-soon receives […]

London Korean Film Night: No.3

London Korean Film Night: No.3

This is an action comedy that harshly criticizes society, through the complaints that lower-class people have against a world where the privileged win everything. Tae-Ju is a wandering gangster of the Do-Gang Family. He becomes the Number Three for helping the Family boss destroy a conspiracy. Five years later, Number Two Jae-Cheol and Number Three […]

London Korean Film Night: Save the Green Planet (2003)

London Korean Film Night: Save the Green Planet (2003)

The feature debut by director Jang Joon-hwan mixes elements of multiple genres such as comedy, science fiction, thriller and horror. The main character, Lee Byeong-gu (Shin Ha-kyun) is a beekeeper and mannequin maker, somewhat an ordinary young man. He, however, firmly believes that all of Earth’s social ills are the evil doings of aliens; unless […]

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