Friday, September 07, 2012

Korean Film Festival 2012

Photo credit: Cebu Korean Association Inc. (Cebu Hanin Hue Inc.) fb
This girl is a big fan of Korean movies and dramas.
That is the main reason why I was lured to visit their country.
I wanna see those beautiful places with my very own eyes & experience their rich culture.

Now take your pick which movie to watch.
Be early in the cinema.
I bet many will watch specially it is for free! ^__^


Late Blossom  그대를 사랑합니다

The movie revolves around four senior citizens living in a hillside village. Kim Man-seok is a cranky milkman with a short fuse and a foul mouth. He wakes the village early each morning with his noisy, battered motorcycle. He meets Song Ee-peun, who scavenges for scrap paper while roaming around the town at daybreak. As they meet again and again, they slowly develop feelings for each other.

Highway Star  복면 달호

A struggling rocker is finally discovered, but unfortunately by producers specializing in Korean "country music" (trot). Can he embrace this new career while staying true to his heart as a musician? 

Spellbound 오싹한 연애
It is about a magician who falls in love with a woman who can see ghosts.

Arahan 아라한 장풍 대작전

When a thief driving a motorcycle steals a purse of a pedestrian, the clumsy, naive and honest rookie policeman Sang-hwan runs after him. The skilled specialist in martial arts Wi-jin captures the criminal and Sang-hwan is severely injured. She brings Sang-hwan to her home, where the six Masters of Tao heal him and believe that he has a powerful Qi and could be a powerful warrior. Sang-hwan begins his training to ascend to a Maruchi, while the evil and ambitious Heuk-woon is accidentally released from his imprisonment.  When the masters are defeated, Sang-hwan and Wi-jin are the only and last hope to mankind.

Bunt 날아라 허동구

Filling the cups of classmates with a kettle is the only work 11-year-old Dong-ku, who is mentally retarded, can do in his school life. However, even this small connection with the outside world breaks as one day a new water purifier replaces the kettle in his classroom. Disappointed badly by losing his only hope to survive in a regular school, he finds that every freshman in the junior baseball team is required to supply drinking water to other members with a kettle. Though knows nothing about baseball, Dong-ku decides to join the team while his father, Jin-kyu, is struggling to save his kid’s only shelter, their chicken bar.

Jeon Woo Chi 전우치

Jeon Woo-chi, an undisciplined womanizing Taoist from the Joseon era, ends up in present day Korea causing mayhem with his knack for magic.

Barefoot Dream 맨발의

Kim Won-kang (Park Hie-soon) is a former soccer prospect whose life did not turn out quite as he had hoped. He heads to East Timor, where he thinks there will be plenty of opportunities for him. One day, he sees a group of street kids playing ball with bare feet. Thinking he can score by selling soccer shoes, he opens a sports equipment store, but realizes none of the kids can afford those fancy shoes or jerseys. Again, despaired, he is about to close up the store. Then, he decides to teach the kids how to play ball. Penniless and still without shoes, they decide to compete at the International Youth Soccer Championship in Japan.

Source: DramaWiki

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Korean Experience in Cebu

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