Previously at the ICA - Seasons
2 Nov 2012 – 11 Nov 2012
The 7th annual London Korean Film Festival returns to the ICA with a dazzling programme of features and shorts.
An injured marathon star takes a career as a pacemaker for other athletes. However, he decides he's done running for other runners.
Mortician, Jung, lives in a fantasy world where the corpses he dresses are his friends, models for his paintings, and his sole living pleasure.
Originally published as a children’s novel, this heartbreaking story is an allegorical sketch of the powerless people who lived through one of the most tragic periods in Korean history.
A painstaking conflict between the fish brought to one seafood restaurant.
Fifteen years after a shocking incident, two men recall hellish schooldays and the murky story of their bond.
How would you like to be a pop star?
Four musicians intent on becoming stars meet a woman who promises to train them to become the best new pop group of the year.
A series of visually stunning short films.
Entangled in jealousy and fascination, a poet, an ambitious protégé, and a young teenage admirer, each person desires what another has.
Choi Jin-seong uncovers the hidden, startling and completely unglamourous work of young stars. Their childhoods are taken over by this drive for just four minutes of fame.
The Ugly Duckling follows Private Jeon Nak-man, 23-year-old civil service man, during the chaotic political environment of Korea in 1987.
Leesong hee-il's film was inspired by an actual case of a random street assault by a homophobe in Jong-no.
In these three surreal, dystopian episodes, the magical qualities possessed by music are the only thing that can offer solace.
Director Jang Kunjae explores the specific fears and concerns of young, so seemingly simple married life.
Once fractured and separated, the family of a dying wife and mother comes to learn that death does not have to be the antithesis of life, but can be its affirmation and awakening.
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