Korean Film Festival: A Century of Korean Cinema

The London Korean Film Festival (LKFF) is the UK’s leading showcase of Korean cinema, and with over 60 titles on offer, it’s one of the largest festivals dedicated to a national cinema in the world. The festival has introduced premiere screenings of major blockbusters to UK cinema screens while also incorporating the most engaging indie hits, documentary, animation, shorts, classics and more within its diverse programme. Now in its ground-breaking 14th edition, LKFF celebrates 100 years of rich and vibrant national films in its special focus: A Century of Korean Cinema.

Previously in this season

Aimless Bullet

Aimless Bullet is Yu Hyun-mok’s most exemplary work and a key work of Korean realist cinema, capturing the collective anxiety of post-war Korea through clerk…

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A Day Off

Seoul. Winter. Sunday. One fairly dodgy young man, one pregnant young woman, and a pack of cigarettes.

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