This month, Korean films will have a strong showing in the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival. Of these, "Korean Cinema Today" profiles five titles - Jeon Kyu-hwan's re-edited melodrama "From Seoul to Varanasi" and Kang Je-gyu's World War II film "My Way" in the Panorama section; Lee Han's coming-of-age film "Punch" in the Generation 14plus section, and KIM Souk-young's "Anesthesia" and LEE Woo-jung's "Ad Balloon" in the Berlinale Shorts competition. The magazine has also interviewed Kim Joong-hyeon, whose "Choked" is in the Forum section.
"Feature profile - 'From Seoul to Varanasi'"
"Feature profile - "My Way""
"Feature profile – 'Ad Balloon'"
"Director Kim Joong-hyeon"
(We previously did an interview with Song Kang-ho, the star of "Hindsight", which will be in the Culinary Cinema section. It can be found here: http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr/webzine/sub/interview.jsp?pageIndex=1&wbTypeCd=690104&adminYn=N&wbSeq=1&vol=11&mode=A_VIEW&returnUrl=)
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