Take a deep dive into the world of Korean cinema.
The Korean Cultural Centre (KCC) Australia is showing a free Korean film screening for everyone who wants to immerse in Korean cinema. All screenings for Cinema-K will have English subtitles.
The July 2020 screening is ‘Sunset in My Hometown (변산, 2018)’.
DIRECTOR: Joon-ik Lee
CAST: Go-eun Kim, Jung-min Park, Joon Go
STORYLINE : Hak-soo (Jung-min Park) has auditioned for a TV program for 6 years but never makes it into the finals. On the day he fails his 7th audition, he receives a call from his hometown that his father is in the hospital. He rushes to his hometown Byeonsan, only to find it his father lied to bring him to the hometown. Back home, he is confronted by high school classmate Seon-mi (Go-eun Kim) and others from his past as well as Yongdae who Hak-soo who used to be bullied as a kid but now is a gangster. He heads back to Seoul, but he is suspected as a phishing scam criminal there.
Due to COVID-19 related capacity reduction at the cinema, you can only book one seat per person.
Bookings are required via email with your name and mobile number.