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The 2015 Korean Film Festival brings the Latest and Hottest Korean Films to Singapore!

By InCinemas  /  05 Oct 2015 (Monday)

The annual Korean Film Festival in Singapore (“KFF”) returns this October with 10 specially-selected films, released in 2014 and 2015. 


In addition, Korean star Kang Ha Neul (Twenty) will be attending the film festival, as well as meet his fans in Singapore.

Korean Film Festival
Date: 23 Oct 2015 - 1 Nov 2015
Venue: Shaw Theatres Lido

(Find out more on KMTV's Facebook for ticketing details and updates!)

The theme of the festival this year is simply ten most recent Korean films. The organizing committee has selected 10 feature films released in 2014 and 2015 for the festival, 7 of which have not been released in local theatres. Most notably, the line-up includes 2 of the biggest summer blockbusters in Korea this year – Assassination (2015) and Northern Limit Line (2015). 


The film festival this year caters to a wide range of viewers. The official selection includes heart-warming dramas Ode to My Father (2014) and Love Forecast (2015) featuring popular Korean actor Lee Seung Gi; mystery thrillers like A Hard Day (2014) and comedies like Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island (2015) and Twenty (2015).

Several action-packed films including The Divine Move (2014) and Assassination (2015), featuring top Korean stars such as Jung Woo Sung, Ryu Seung-ryeong and Jun Ji Hyun, have been specially selected to entertain the local viewers. 

Ambassador SUH Chung-Ha will represent Korea along with acclaimed Singaporean film director and producer Mr. Eric KHOO as Guests-of-Honours on the opening night. 


Watch a Movie with Kang Ha Neul 

As part of Korean actor KANG Ha Neul’s first visit to Singapore, he will attend the film festival to greet and join the audience for the screening of the film Twenty (2015) on 31st October. 

The meet & greet is a special segment that aims to make the screening of the film memorable as the audience gets to see their film star up close and a chance to promote interest in KANG Ha Neul’s future works. He will be signing posters and taking group pictures with meet & greet package holders before the screening, and also greet the movie audience. 

Interested parties can purchase ticket packages from KMTV at $25 for a poster, and $50 for an autograph and group picture. 

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