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What were the best Korean films of 2018 chosen by experts and audience members? For another look at the most stand out films of last year, rerun screenings will be held at theaters.

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The Korean Film Archive's Cinematheque KOFA program is hosting a screening of Korean movies of 2018 that garnered the most attention. On its homepage, the archive unveiled the list of eleven films and a timetable of the showings. The list includes "The Spy Gone North" starring actor Hwang Jung-min, director Lee Chang-dong's "Burning" as well as the "Dark Figure of Crime" starring Kim Yun-seok. Independent films "The Remnants" and "Last Child" also made it on the list. The eleven were chosen by film experts and public opinion polls. Organizers said the screenings will take place from February 16th to the 28th.

[Soundbite] "Let me have no shame looking up the sky."

A film screening will be held to mark the 74th anniversary of the death of the famed Korean poet Yun Dong-ju known for his resistance against colonial Japan. Organizers of the event said the film "Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet" will be screened at a theater in Seoul in the evening of February 15th. The film's director Lee Joon-ik and starring actor Park Jung-min will also take part in a meeting with audience members. The film portrays the life story of the poet and of his cousin and independence activist Song Mong-gyu. Since the film was released in 2016, special screenings were held each year to commemorate the colonial era poet. Director Lee says this year is all the more significant as it marks the centennial of the 1919 Independence Movement Day of March first.
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    • 입력 2019.02.14 (15:25)
    • 수정 2019.02.14 (15:41)
    News Today
Cultural Insight
[Anchor Lead]

What were the best Korean films of 2018 chosen by experts and audience members? For another look at the most stand out films of last year, rerun screenings will be held at theaters.

[Pkg]

The Korean Film Archive's Cinematheque KOFA program is hosting a screening of Korean movies of 2018 that garnered the most attention. On its homepage, the archive unveiled the list of eleven films and a timetable of the showings. The list includes "The Spy Gone North" starring actor Hwang Jung-min, director Lee Chang-dong's "Burning" as well as the "Dark Figure of Crime" starring Kim Yun-seok. Independent films "The Remnants" and "Last Child" also made it on the list. The eleven were chosen by film experts and public opinion polls. Organizers said the screenings will take place from February 16th to the 28th.

[Soundbite] "Let me have no shame looking up the sky."

A film screening will be held to mark the 74th anniversary of the death of the famed Korean poet Yun Dong-ju known for his resistance against colonial Japan. Organizers of the event said the film "Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet" will be screened at a theater in Seoul in the evening of February 15th. The film's director Lee Joon-ik and starring actor Park Jung-min will also take part in a meeting with audience members. The film portrays the life story of the poet and of his cousin and independence activist Song Mong-gyu. Since the film was released in 2016, special screenings were held each year to commemorate the colonial era poet. Director Lee says this year is all the more significant as it marks the centennial of the 1919 Independence Movement Day of March first.
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