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[Photos] 21st Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival, BiFan 2017 Red Carpet
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[Photos] 21st Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival, BiFan 2017 Red Carpet

Jeon Do-yeon and Kang Soo-yeon

Korean celebrities on the red carpet for the opening of the 21st Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival, BiFan 2017.

Doh Kyung-soo, Shin Ha-kyun and Director Lee Yong-seung

CLC Choi Yujin and Jung Yeon-joo

Namgoong Min, Kim Kang-hyun and Jin A-reum

Jeong Kyeong-ho and Jang Nara

Kim Ji-mee and Lee Jang-ho

Lee Kyeong-yeong and Lee Sang-ah

Chung Ji-young, Jang Mi-hee and Kim Jong-won-I

[Photos] 18th Jeonju International Film Festival 2017 Red Carpet
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[Photos] 18th Jeonju International Film Festival 2017 Red Carpet

Korean actresses, actors, directors and celebrities attending the 18th Jeonju International Film Festival 2017 opening ceremony.

Tae In-ho, Jo Eun-hyung and Yeo Min-joo

Kim Yoo-seok, Son Soo-hyeon and director Heo Chul

Lee Yeong-ah and Jeon Moo-song

Announcer Park Hye-jin and programmer Lee Sang-yong

Ko Won-hee and Jun Suk-ho

Local governor Kim Eung-soo, Director Ildik Enyedi and film agency Lee Choong-jik

Moon Chang-gil and Ki Joo-bong

Director Chung Ji-young and Jang Mi-hee

The 21st Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival, 'Jeon Do-yeon Exhibit'
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The 21st Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival, 'Jeon Do-yeon Exhibit'

There's going to be a special exhibit for Jeon Do-yeon who celebrates her 20 years acting life this year.

The Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival will be holding a special exhibit for Jeon Do-yeon from the 13th to 23rd of June.

The exhibit will consist of displays of her past work, press conferences, communication with the crowd and poster displays. Movies "Secret Sunshine", "My Mother, the Mermaid", "The Housemaid - 2010", "The Shameless" and other 17 movies will be screened during the event.

[HanCinema's Event Coverage] Jeonju International Film Festival 2017 Introduction
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[HanCinema's Event Coverage] Jeonju International Film Festival 2017 Introduction

With the coming of spring comes another iteration of the Jeonju International Film Festival. While the scope of the Jeonju International Film Festival is quite large, on a year by year basis there's surprisingly little change between the essentials. This is because unlike other major South Korean film festivals, there's no sense of expansion being a priority in and of itself on a yearly basis. I spoke at length on the subject with Lee Jee-eun, the head of the media outreach team, and she made a point of emphasizing the fresh new feeling that's supposed to come to the festival every year.

[HanCinema's Event Coverage] Jeonju International Film Festival 2017 Politics (with Park Moon-chil)
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[HanCinema's Event Coverage] Jeonju International Film Festival 2017 Politics (with Park Moon-chil)

Happening right before the Presidential Election on May 9th, the Jeju International Film Festival fielded a lot of questions at press conferences this year about politics. The answers always fall into the same general pattern- movies depicts life, and life depicts politics, ergo, movies inevitably have to depict politics. It's a rather rote response at this point- JIFF was into politics long before it was cool, and monuments to Sewol can be found throughout the city. The "Project Cheonan Ship" controversy predates what happened with "Diving Bell" easily, and last year, "Spy Nation" and "Seven Years-Journalism without Journalist" provided a very ominous glimpse into what politics has become in South Korea.