The Korean Film Archive (KOFA) has announced that it is partnering with Google to put 70 classic Korean films on YouTube this May. The free video-on-demand films, complete with English subtitles, will be available to stream at http://www.youtube.com/koreanfilm.
The line-up will span from YUN Yong-gyu's 1949 film "A Hometown in Heart" to Hong Sang-soo's 1996 debut feature "The Day a Pig Fell in the Well". Seven of the 70 films will be available in HD, and subtitles in other languages will also be available through Google Translate.
Source : koreanfilm.or.kr/webz...
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