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London Korean Film Night: Blades of Blood (2010)

London Korean Film Night: Blades of Blood (2010)

It’s the Chosun dynasty in the late 16th Century, and Korea is on the verge of being invaded by the Japanese. Two men – a Royal descendant Lee Mong-hak and the legendary blind swordsman Hwang Jeong-hak – create a ‘grand union’ to unite the country’s people and to stamp out corruption. However Mong-hak has designs […]

STOKER (2013) with QnA

STOKER (2013) with QnA

India, a talented but repressed girl with a domineering but unstable mother, learns of the death of her father in a car crash. After the funeral, India is introduced to her charming and mysterious Uncle Charlie who has decided to spend time with the grieving family. It soon becomes apparent that Uncle Charlie has an […]

London Korean Film Night: I’m a Cyborg, but That’s OK (2006)

London Korean Film Night: I’m a Cyborg, but That’s OK (2006)

Young-goon works in a factory and thinks she is a cyborg. She believes that she is a cyborg refusing to eat and cutting her wrists to insert wires. Young-goon is soon confined to an institute where she continues to have delusions of having rocket boots for feet and licking batteries to ‘re-charge’ herself. Another inmate, […]

London Korean Film Night: ANTARCTIC JOURNAL (2005)

London Korean Film Night: ANTARCTIC JOURNAL (2005)

During an expedition to the ‘Pole of Inaccessibility’ in the Antarctic, a team of six explorers experience strange and sinister forces after coming into contact with a mysterious journal. While trekking across the vast expanse of the unforgiving South Pole, a team of Korean polar explorers discover a journal, lost 80 years previous by a […]

London Korean Film Night: Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (2005)

London Korean Film Night: Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (2005)

The third and final chapter in the Park Chan-wook Vengeance trilogy sees a beautiful but deadly woman, Geum-ja, seeking revenge against the man who framed her for murder. After being convicted of the kidnap and murder of a child, Geum-ja seemingly becomes a model prisoner during her 13-year stint. Upon release it becomes obvious that […]

The Art of Printing (7 April ~ 14 June 2014)

The Art of Printing (7 April ~ 14 June 2014)

The Korean Publishers’ Association and the Korean Cultural Centre UK are to co-host “The Art of Printing: Korea’s Evolving Printing Types”, an exhibition introducing the excellence of Korea’s printing culture from the 7th April to the 14th June 2014. This exhibition has been planned in association with the London Book Fair Korea Market Focus 2014. […]

London Korean Film Night: Moss (2010)

London Korean Film Night: Moss (2010)

A mysterious person calls a young man and informs him that his estranged father has died in a country village. The curious son travels to the town to discover what happened. From there out the audience is led on a thrilling and hauntingly atmospheric journey into the history of the father and the truth about […]

London Korean Film Night: New World (2013) with director’s QnA

London Korean Film Night: New World (2013) with director’s QnA

Goldmoon, Korea’s biggest criminal organisation has been thrown into chaos when its leader, Chairman Seok, dies in a suspicious car accident. The police’s top brass quickly initiate project ‘New World’ where undercover cop, Ja-sung, who infiltrated the organisation eights years ago, attempts to wrestle control of the Goldmoon. Ja-sung is desperate to retire and live […]

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club