Between 19 October – 3 November, the BFI and the ICA in partnership with the Korean Cultural Centre UK celebrate the rise of modern Korean cinema with a retrospective of one of its most visionary directors: Im Kwon Taek.
From the 2nd through to the 10th of November, the London Korean Film Festival returns to the Odeon West End with everything from the big, box office hits to the smallest of independents. Starting with one of the biggest Korean films in the last ten years, The Thieves, and ending with the much lauded Masquerade, the festival put together an exciting and varied program that will delight, thrill, scare and, most importantly, entertain you.
The highlight of this year’s festival is the Choi Dong-hoon Directrospective: alongside his box-office hit The Thieves, you will have a chance to catch: Tazza: The High Rollers, Woochi The Demon Slayer, The Big Swindle. Plus Q&A with the director himself.
After the success of last year’s festival, there will also be screenings in Glasgow, Bristol and Bournemouth.
For more information about the other films in the festival, please check out the festival schedule here.