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Festival to Feature Films by O'seas Koreans

2005/11/29 | 132 views | Permalink | Source

The first Korean Network Film Festival, which will feature works by ethnic Koreans overseas, will open Friday for a two-day run in Seoul.

The 12 films from six nations slated for screening include "That's How We Have Lived", the story of a former sex slave for the Japanese imperial army.

Bae Yeon-seok's "Do U Cry for Me, Argentina?" tells the experience of 1.5 Korean-Argentineans in the South American country.

"45 Percent Korean" is director Natalie Cho Mi-hui's chronicle of life as a Korean adoptee in Belgium.

Busan and Gwangju will host similar festivals in March.

Reported by KBS World Radio

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