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Films with English Subtitles and a Unique Seoul Friendship Walk this Weekend

May 6, 2009

Korean films have been gaining global attention overseas for the past few years, winning notable prizes in world-class film festivals in Cannes, Venice and other cities. Make the best of your stay in Korea with the 1st KAFA Film Debut Program scheduled for this coming weekend. 

From May 8 to 10, Mirospace, a movie theater in Jongno-gu, Seoul, will screen four recently released Korean independent feature films with English subtitles. 

“The Room Nearby” by director Goh Tae-jeong depicts an encounter between a woman who needs her space and a woman who is afraid of such space. 

“The Day After” by director Lee Suk-gyung is about a woman who encounters a fine day after a stormy divorce. 

“The Story of Mr. Sorry” by director Kwak In-keun tells an interesting tale of a man whose career is wiping out other people’s earwax. 

“Members of the Funeral” by director Baek Seung-bin depicts a family that has fallen apart. 

Click Here for the Full Story (Korea.net)

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