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  • Korean Movies Opening Today 2018/10/11 in Korea

    2018/10/11, Source
    Korean movies opening today 2018/10/11 in Korea: "Suddenly in Dark Night", "A Fine Day to Walk", and "Miss Baek",...More
  • Korean Film Archive showcases Radio Days

    2011/10/04, Source
    For the entire month of October, the Korean Film Archive (KOFA) is holding a free VOD retrospective called "Radio Days", screening ten films from the golden era of films in the 60s that were originally based on popular radio programs. In Korea, the 1950s and 60s were the heyday of not just films but of radio, too, and a lot of radio programs that were popular hits were then adapted into films and plays. The classic films A Romantic Papa, directed by Shin Sang-ok in 1960, and The Sea Knows (a.k.a. Hyunhaetan Knows, directed by Kim Ki-deok in 1961, were both based on radio serial shows,...More
  • 2nd Chungmuro Int'l Film Fest Kicks Off Sept. 3rd
    2008/08/30, Source
    The second edition of the Chungmuro International Film Festival in Seoul (CHIFFS) will bring a mixture of old and new to screens September 3rd, opening fittingly with director HIGUCHI Shinji's 2008 remake of a classic 1958 KUROSAWA Akira film, The Hidden Fortress. The curtain raiser and closing fil,...More

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