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Festival to Feature Films by O'seas Koreans
The first Korean Network Film Festival, which will feature works by ethnic Koreans overseas, will open Friday for a two-day run in Seoul.
The 12 films from six nations slated for screening include "That's How We Have Lived", the story of a former sex slave for the Japanese imperial army.
Gangsters Reunited for 'My Boss, My Hero'
By Kim Tae-jong
It has been almost four years since an uneducated grown-up gangster went to high school in the 2001 hit comedy "My Boss, My Hero". Now the hero is back at high school again, this time as a student teacher for the sequel.
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