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[Domestic and Foreign Films With English Subtitles]

2004/07/08 | 145 views | Permalink | Source

▣ Ino Kongju (My Mother the Mermaid) (2004)
Through July 14
Cine Core Theater
"My Mother the Mermaid" is a bittersweet look at the past and present of one Cheju Island couple's romance. Na-young (Jeon Do-hyun) gets a chance to go back in time to when her parents met for the first time. The young woman finds her parents of 30 years ago to be in complete contrast to the bitter and hopeless individuals they've become. With melancholy knowledge of how it will turn out, she watches as her mother Yon-sun (also Jeon), a naive but perpetually positive diver living in a small village, and her father Jin-guk (Park Hae-il), a handsome and charming postman, take their first steps towards love. Jeon, who also starred in last year's "Untold Scandal" puts on an impressive performance in the dual role of mother and daughter. Cine Core theater is located near Chonggak Station on subway line 1. Details: (02) 734-9565 or www.seoulselection.com.

-Joon Soh

▣ Mudang (2003)
Saturday at noon
Seoul Selection Bookstore

This award-winning documentary presents a rare and up-close look at the lives of contemporary Korean shamans. On DVD. Located near Anguk Station on subway line 3. Tickets: 3,000 won. Details: (02) 734-9565 or www.seoulselection.com.

▣ Oh! Soojung (The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors) (2000)
KNTO Building
Tuesdays at 4 p.m.

Hong Sang-su's black-and-white film shows the dynamics within a sexual relationship from two distinctly different points of view. Located near exit 5 of Chonggak Station on subway line 1. Free. Details: (02) 729-9497/8.

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