Tagged: korean film blogathon
So now that the Korean entertainment industry is going through an expansionism wave, what are you guys waiting for? Start pushing all your amazing films outside festival circuits and into our theaters.
Auld Lang Syne follows two Korean men that used to be lovers as they meet once again by chance.
I’m Jin-Young follows the story of a little girl, whose name is Jin-Young, who can’t wait to grow up. This feeling of wanting to grow up fast is enhanced when she meets the friend of her mother, Hyun-ji… and falls in “love” with her.
Annyong, Sayonara is a documentary following Ms. Heeja Lee, a Korean woman that lost her father when she was only 13 months old, back when her father was drafted by the Japanese army.
A small community of people are lovingly and realistically ensnared in this unique Korean movie. It’s generally touted as Korea’s first “disaster movie,” yet it is so much more than that.
Moss is a crime mystery drama based on the internet comic by Tae-Ho Yoon. In it, Hae-Kuk Ryu is visiting a small, secluded village after the passing of his father, whom he is beginning to suspect was murdered by one of the villagers.
Where Geun-Suk Jang plays your typical 19-year-old delinquent playboy that one day, while grocery shopping, suddenly has a baby in his cart. The note says that the baby is his and suddenly his playboy days are over.
A Barefoot Dream tells the true-life story of a former football soccer player named Won-Kang Kim, whose failed attempts at making money lead him to the small and brand new nation of East Timor, where a group of little kids have big dreams.
Set in 1930’s Manchuria, this odd Korean, Chinese, Japanese spaghetti western focuses on three men all gunning for the same treasure.
It’s a week of Korean extravaganza and who better than me to talk about it? *laughs* Well, jokes aside, there is something about Korean cinema that really intrigues me and here is my chance to talk about it!