Find out who walked away a winner at this year's Daejong Film Awards, Beyond Hallyu reviews "Alice In Earnestland", KOFIC releases their report for the month of October, and Bloody Disgusting selects their top five Park Chan-wook films.
"Ode to My Father' sweeps through Daejong Film Awards"
South Korea's Grand Bell Awards (aka Daejong Film Awards) took place last Friday to honour excellence in film in South Korea. This, the 52nd edition of the ceremony, awarded 10 trophies to the massively successful "Ode to My Father" by JK Youn; including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor. Congratulations!
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"[Film Review] Alice In Earnestland (2015)"
Meagan over at Beyond Hallyu reviews Ahn Gook-jin's black comedy "Alice In Earnestland" starring Lee Jung-hyun, Lee Hae-young-I and Seo Young-hwa. The film was released in Korea in August, and attracted forty-two thousand filmgoers during its theatrical run.
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"KOFIC report on Oct 2015 Korean Film Industry"
KOBIZ has released its report on how the Korean film industry fared over the month of October. The figures are up from last year by $18.5 million, with "The Martian" leading the charge having attracted 4.3 million filmgoers during its run.
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"5 Exceptional Park Chan-wook Films!"
Writing for Bloody Disgusting, Kalyn Corrigan presents her top five Park Chan-wook films. There is at least one surprise here that some Park Chan-wook fans may not agree with, but you can't really go wrong with one of modern Korea's top filmmakers. Did your favourites make the cut?
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