When a film director screams he cannot write a single word for his next project, a coffee shop waitress promises a good story if she’s paid the night. One day she knocked the wrong door when... More
Art and Culture 2012/10/11, Source,
And now it's time for our arts and culture segment with Michelle Kim. Today she has news on the British Film Institute's annual film festival that opened in London yesterday and an update on the world premiere of a film starring Salma Hayek and Kevin James.
Hello Michelle [Reporter : ] Hello Conn-young So, what will you start us off with[Reporter : ] The BFI London Film Festival, the largest film event in the UK, kicked off yesterday with some of the best films from established and emerging filmmakers, including 6 from Korea, and enough red carpet glamour to keep the paparazzi happy. Take a look. The 56th BFI London Film Festival opened yesterday as A-list stars from all over the world, including Tim Burton, Marion Cotillard and Jeremy Irvine, hit the red carpet for a bit of glitz and glamour before the opening film got started,...More
BFI London Film Festival 2012 2012/09/27, Source,
Written by WKB on September 27, 2012 in Arts, Worldwide Korea Bloggers
* This post is written by Korean Class Massive, one of the Korea Blog's Worldwide Korea Bloggers.
The Olympic fever is well and truly over, the London transport seems to be back to it's miserable self and the weather is getting chilly. But before we go all woe with thee, next month sees the 56th BFI London Film Festival!!! The festival ran through 10 October to 21 October and these 12 days have been crammed with over 200 films from all over the world! Of course being Korean Class MASSIVE, we thought we would let you know about the latest Korean cinema offerings here in our capital city! There are a total of 6 films from South Korea this year and heres a quick low down: (all images and info courtsey of BFI),...More
Korean culture goes to Washington 2012/04/16, Source,
photo courtesy of the Korean Culture Center of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea
This month, Washington, D.C., will play host to a series of events that will bring Korean film and literature to new audiences.
At the 26th Washington, DC International Film Festival, which runs from April 12 to 22, the Korean films "Romance Joe" and "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" will be featured among the 80 films being screened. The showings, sponsored by the Korean Cultural Center of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, will include English subtitles and Q&A sessions with prizes for participants,...More
When a film director screams he cannot write a single word for his next project, a coffee shop waitress promises a good story if she’s paid the night. One day she knocked the wrong door when Romance JOE was committing suicide. There the waitress got to know about his first love in high school. Finally Romance JOE decides to live again and visits his hometown to retrace his memories.
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