Korean Film Festival is returning to Auckland

Korean Film Festival is returning to Auckland

Korean Film Festival is returning to Auckland with Visionary Director Bong Joon Ho’s acclaimed film OKJA on 19 October  Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland and Korean Cinerama Trust are pleased to announce the Korean Film Festival is returning this year to Auckland and Hamilton as part of 2017 Korea Festival. This year’s festival will open with a special Cinema screening of NETFLIX’s […]

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2016 Korean Film in Auckland

2016 Korean Film in Auckland

Movie fans can rejoice with five days of free Korean films at the Auckland Academy Cinemas. Film Schedule: • 18 October (Tues) Hwayi: A Monster Boy at 6:00pm (R18) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaUH60v_Ze4 • 19 October (Wed) Battlefield Heroes at 6:00pm (R13) • 20 October (Thurs) The Thieves at 6:00pm (R16) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47L2m7pXi6E • 21 October (Fri) Very Ordinary Couple at 8:30pm (M) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74USiwnTS3E • 22 October (Sat) Green […]

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Korean Film Festival in Australia 2015

Korean Film Festival in Australia 2015

KOFFIA, the Korean Film Festival in Australia, presents feature-films and many short-films across diverse genres of Korean Cinema, which include latest blockbusters and recent classics as well as world-renowned award winning films. All films that are in Korean language feature English subtitles. The Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) is organized by the Korean Cultural Office, which is a diplomatic non-profit organization based in Sydney that […]

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Roaring Currents Feb 2015

Roaring Currents Feb 2015

Korea’s greatest hero, Admiral Yi Sun-shin is awakened!  Synopsis: Year 1597, Joseon Dynasty has been under Japanese attack for six years. As the nation faces possibility of loss with the Japanese military charging fearlessly to the capital of the nation, Admiral YI is reappointed as the Chief of Naval Operations and assembles a group of soldiers to defend the nation against Japanese attack. Japanese Chief […]

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