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Reporter : Kwak Yeon-soo
Wed, December 6, 2023 | 14:02
Five Korean writers to participate in 2023 Brisbane Writers Festival
Five Korean writers, whose works gained more recognition through English translation, will participate in the 2023 Brisbane Writers Festival, which runs from May 10-14.
[INTERVIEW] Turkish filmmaker discusses exploring spaces and memories in 'Forms of Forgetting'
Turkish filmmaker Burak Cevik, who unveiled his two feature films, “Forms of Forgetting” and “A Woman Escapes,” at this year's Jeonju International Film Festival (JIFF), is known for making experimental films that are simultaneously abstract, nostalgic and mysterious. As a Berlinale regular, his works often blur the boundaries between reality and fiction.
Shin Hae-sun, Ahn Bo-hyun to lead fantasy romance series 'See You in My 19th Life'
Actors Shin Hae-sun and Ahn Bo-hyun will co-star in tvN's upcoming fantasy romance series, “See You in My 19th Life,” which will premiere in June.
Documentary looks into Moon Jae-in's life after presidency
“This is the President” is a documentary film that follows former President Moon Jae-in's life in Pyeongsan Village in Yangsan, South Gyeongsang Province, after leaving office. He served as the 12th president of Korea between 2017 and 2022.
'Super Mario Bros Movie' tops box office on opening weekend
“The Super Mario Bros. Movie,” a film adaptation of the popular Nintendo video game character, topped the box office during its opening weekend.
Actor-artist Bek Hyun-jin selects 7 films for Jeonju film fest
JEONJU - Versatile artist Bek Hyun-jin, best known for playing the villain in the 2021 hit SBS drama “Taxi Driver,” selected seven films as the programmer of Jeonju
24th Jeonju film festival opens with 'Tori and Lokita' by the Dardennes
JEONJU - The 24th Jeonju International Film Festival (JIFF), an annual celebration of indie films, kicked off on Thursday night with the Dardenne brother's immigration thriller, “Tori and Lokita.” The festival will run through May 6.
Jang Dong-yoon speaks about challenges of acting in first Korean 'screenlife' film 'Long D'
For most of its runtime, “Long D” is just Jang Dong-yoon staring at a computer screen. Jang stars as Do-ha, who tries to get back together with his ex-girlfriend after a breakup.
Lee Je-hoon to star in 1960s-inspired 'Chief Detective' prequel
Actor Lee Je-hoon has been tapped for the lead role in the new crime drama, “Chief Detective 1963” (working title), a prequel to the long-running MBC series, “Chief Detective” (1971-1989).
'Return to Seoul' reflects on adoptee's journey of self-discovery
On the surface, “Return to Seoul” looks like another film about an adoptee's emotional journey to find her biological parents. However, Cambodian French director Davy Chou goes one step further, providing a unique perspective from foreign eyes and focusing on the protagonist's journey of self-discovery.
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