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[Local Films With English Subtitles]

2004/04/15 | Permalink | Source

▣ Nado Anaega Issossumyon Choketda (I Wish I Had a Wife...Too)(2000)
Saturday at noon
Seoul Selection Bookstore

The quiet drama stars Sul Kyung-gu and Jeon Do-youn as two ordinary people in Seoul who make their way through layers of shyness to fall in love. On DVD. Located near exit 2 of Kwanghwamun Station on subway line 5. Tickets: 3,000 won. Details: (02) 734-9565 or www.seoulselection.com.


▣ Chilju (Rush) (1999)
Tuesdays at 4 p.m.
KNTO Building

First-time director Lee Sang-in tells the story of four young adults who work parttime jobs during the day and chase their dreams of greater things at night. Located near exit 5 of Chonggak Station on subway line 1. Free. Details: (02) 729-9497/8 or english.tour2korea.com.

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