K-culture fans, you know the drill: Once the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines (KCC) announces the dates for the Korean Film Festival, it's time to mark our calendars and set our alarms! Titled 2021 Korean Film Festival: Full House, Fun for All, tus year's virtual event is in celebration of South Korea's Family Month.
From May 7 to 27, viewers will get to watch seven movies from different genres, and you guys—these are all for free! Whether you're into tearjerkers, funny stories, or action-packed plots, there's guaranteed to be a film you'll love from KCC's lineup.
For the drama category, get ready to shed a *lot*of tears in Kim Jiyoung, Born in 1982 (Gong Yoo, Jung Yu Mi), a 2019 film adapted from the bestselling novel of the same name. The list also includes Keys To The Heart (Youn Yuh Jung, Lee Byung Hun. and Park Jung Min) and The Soulmate (Ma Deong Seok, Kim Young Kwang).
Born in 1982 Trailer
EXO-Ls will rejoice as My Annoying Brother, D.O.'s movie with actors Jo Jung Suk and Park Shin Hye, will be featured under the comedy genre. There's also Extreme Job led by Ryu Seung Ryong, Lee Hanne, Jin Seon Kyu, Lee Dong Hwi, and Gong Myung that will leave you in fits of laughter.
My Annoying Brother Trailer
Miss And Mrs. Cops Trailer
Just when you thought it ends there, KCC has other exciting activities for you, K-culture fans! They'll also be holding the 2021 KFF Online Film Reaction Essay Contest and KFF Survey where you can win amazing prizes. You just have to write your opinion about the films included in the lineup or answer some questions. For more information, you may visit KCC's Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.
Which Korean movie are you excited to watch? Let us know in the comments section!
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