A comedy of contraceptive campaign 2007/01/09, Source, In 1962, the Korean government launched a national campaign aimed at the country's rural development and initiated by former president Park Chung Hee. A significant portion of its government funds wer,...More
Sales at the Asian Film Market 2006/11/03, Source, This year's Pusan International Film Festival witnessed the opening of the inaugural Asian Film Market, a comprehensive film industry hub which covers many aspects of filmmaking from pre-sales, sales, and financing to production and post facilities as well as a casting network for up-and-coming star,...More
TU Media broadcasts "The Host" for free 2006/11/02, Source, TU Media, satellite DMB service provider, is broadcasting for free recently released movies including The Host, the largest-grossing Korean film to date, beginning on Nov. 2 on TU BOX, a premium movie channel.
Besides The Host, TU Media will also screen The Resurrection of the Family (,...More
In 1971 birth control was a major policy drive of the Korean government. Nevertheless, one poor farming village went against the trend, boasting the highest fertility rate in the country. This peaceful Yongdu Village receives an unwelcome visitor, the national family planning officer Hyun-joo, to oversee the villagers nocturnal pleasures. However as a single lady with little experience of her own, Hyun-joo finds it nearly impossible persuade the residents to use contraception. She finally appoints the village head Suk-gu as the local support officer and thus begins the “0% Birth Rate Project.” Appointing him brings more turmoil to the villagers and when the President comes to inspect…
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