Eighteen year-old Tae-hoon and Mi-jung have been going out for 100 days. During winter break they decide to take a trip to the beach to celebrate their anniversary. When they are back home a... More
Independent film houses budding across Seoul 2012/11/02, Source,
The Korean Film Archive, located in the Digital Media City in northwestern Seoul, is a home to independent films in Korea. It has three theaters including one focused on independent films. At the library, bottom right, the visitors can see DVDs and read books and scenarios. Provided by the KOFA
Director Kim Ki-duk, winner of the Venice Film Festival's Gold Lion award for "Pieta", deplored the domination of commercial films in Korea. With growing interest in non-commercial films, however, independent film houses are slowly sprouting across Seoul. At first, the trend began due to government investment, but citizens are also joining in on the efforts to build more indie cinemas. The Korea JoongAng Daily introduces some of the most well-known and well-run indie film houses in Seoul,...More
Eighteen year-old Tae-hoon and Mi-jung have been going out for 100 days. During winter break they decide to take a trip to the beach to celebrate their anniversary. When they are back home after a few days, they have to confront a harsh situation – Mi-jung’s parents don’t allow them to see each other until they become college students. Tae-hoon struggles to keep their love and wanders around Mi-jung but she is eventually changed and avoids him as her parents wish. Winter turns to spring, and Tae-hoon and Mi-jung both turn nineteen.
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