Korean celebrities attending the 2017 Chunsa Film Art Awards
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Added reading session for the upcoming Korean drama "Bride of the Water God 2017"
"Bride of the Water God 2017" (2016)
Directed by Kim Byeong-soo
Written by Jeong Yoon-jeong
With Nam Joo-hyuk, Sin Se-kyeong, Krystal, Gong Myung, Lim Ju-hwan, Kang Ha-neul,...
"Bride of the Water God 2017" is a spin off version of the comic "Bride of the Water God". 'Spin off' means a deviated version from the original, so the classic fantasy and characters will be modernized and moved by time and location to Seoul today.
Added the upcoming Korean documentary "Dancing with Jikji"'s page to HanCinema database
"Dancing with Jikji" (2017)
Directed by David Redman, Woo Kwanghoon
Travelling to the French National Library (BnF) to see Jikji, the world's oldest movable metal type book printed in Korea, a Canadian, David Redman discovers no one knows anything about the book printed in Korea in 1377! Realizing Eurocentrism is at play, David off sets off on a journey through Europe and Korea with Sarang Ness and the Jikji team to find how the print technology transferred from 13th Century Goryeo to Europe.
Added the upcoming Korean documentary "Grey Youth Choir - Another Dream"'s page to HanCinema database
"Grey Youth Choir - Another Dream" (2017)
Directed by Lee Hyeok-jong-I
Narrated by Ahn Sung-ki,...
The song sung by those with the average of 65 in age will ring your hearts.
Korea's first senior choir the 'Grey Youth Choir' was formed in the 2011 KBS TV show "Qualifications of Men". They sing the song "In Addition to the Name of Love", an accapella piece by conductor Kim Tae-won, followed by a solo part by 85 year-old Noh Kang-jin.
Renowned director Park Chan Wook, who is currently attending the 70th annual Cannes Film Festival, recently spoke up in an interview on what he thinks about the future of Korean cinema.
In the interview, Park Chan Wook mentioned a new generation of Korean directors such as Yeon Sang Ho, who directed Train to Busan. Directors who are on the rise as well as directors from my generation are being discovered through film festivals. When I see their development and creativity through their films, I get very emotional. I think its proof that we have something to be proud of.