Screening Korean films with English subtitles every month and it’s free for everyone (KCC members and non-members). There might be some people who haven’t seen a Korean film out there, but there is no one who has seen a Korean film once only. We bet you join this event, you will fall in love with Korean films. Once you overcome the one-inch-tall barrier of foreign language subtitles, you will be introduced to so many more amazing films. – Bong Joon-ho at Golden Globes –TIME & DATE: 18:30, 18 NOV
VENUE: Cinema 7, Palace Cinemas Central
CAST: Jung-woo HA, Doo-na BAE, Dal-su OH
35 DAYS, A MAN’S DESPERATE STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE
Jung-soo, an ordinary car dealer, is on his way home with a birthday cake for his daughter. As he drives into a tunnel, an unbelievable thing happens; the tunnel collapses on him. Minutes later, he realizes that he is completely caught in between the debris. Outside, this breaking news creates media frenzy and a thoughtless reporter even airs a live phone interview with Jung-soo, using up his mobile phone batteries. An emergency response team is immediately organized to rescue him and as it becomes a national concern, the government promises full support for the rescue.
While Jung-soo struggles to survive, a series of ridiculous blunders delays the rescue operation and threatens his chances to make it out alive. Soon, he runs out of food, water, and phone batteries, making him totally incommunicado. Days pass without any progress and people start to lose hope or interest in rescuing him. Having already passed the longest survival record for a disaster, hard decisions are forced on his family while no one knows whether Jung-soo is dead or alive.
WHO CAN JOIN? Everyone can join this event (Booking required)
HOW TO BOOK? Please book your seat via email@example.com with your name. You can book up to 2 seats ONLY under you name.
* Audiences must be fully vaccinated.
If you don’t attend the screening without any notice after you book your seat (No-show), you won’t be able to book your seat for the rest of screenings this year.