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S. Korea-Japan Film Festival to Open Friday

2005/11/10 | 183 views | Permalink | Source

A festival of South Korean and Japanese movies will open in Japan Friday for a three-week run to mark Korea-Japan Friendship Year 2005.

The event's organizers said Thursday that around 30 Korean movies featuring stars such as Bae Yong-joon, Choi Ji-woo and Jang Dong-gun will be shown at an event hall in Tokyo and theaters in Saitama Prefecture.

Reported by KBS World Radio

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