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Korean Film Archive expands, moves to new building
The Korean Film Archive (KOFA), which is the primary body for collecting and preserving prints and other materials from Korea's film history, has moved into a new building as of June 1.
Formerly located in Seocho-dong in the Seoul Arts Center, KOFA's 18 billion won ($19 million) new center is loc,...More
Number of Moviegoers Watching Indie Films On the Rise
Interest in low-budget and indie films are rising slowly but surely in Korea.
And now there's a movement to ensure that indie films don't get swamped amid the flood of commercial movies.
Son Heekyung has more.
Low-budget Korean films barely register a pulse when compared to their brethren in Holl,...More
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