London Korean Film Festival 2018

Korean cinema will be returning to London for its 13th year with the annual LKFF which will take place between 1 to 14 November in London before the highlights are taken around the country during its annual UK Tour.

This year the festival will feature an in-depth Special Focus entitled A Slice of Everyday Life, along with a selection of films, premiering in the UK and/or internationally, grouped in the following strands: Cinema Now, Women's Voices, Indie Firepower, Contemporary Classics, Artists Video, Animation and Shorts.

Several guests have been confirmed for this year’s festival including:

Director Jeon Go-woon – Microhabitat

Actress Karoline Sofie Lee – The Return

Director Lee Myung-se – My Love, My Bride, First Love, Their Last Love Affair, Can’t Live Without You

Director Park Kiyong – Motel Cactus, Camel, Old Love

Director Kwon Hayoun – Artists Video

Director Kim Bo-ram – For Vagina’s Sake

Director Jeong Ga-young – Hit the Night

Film critic & Programmer Jang Byungwon (Jeonju International Film Festival)

Author Jeong Yu-jeong - Seven Years of Night

The full program, and additional information, can be found on the LKFF's website here.


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