Annyeong 2012! Seeing off the year with Korean film, food and friends...

Just in time for the holidays, the Korean Cultural Center invites you to two free, public screening events on Dec. 15 & 19 featuring recent hit Korean films as a final 'annyeong' to 2012 (a casual way to say hello and goodbye in Korean). Join us for an evening of film, friends, and food on the campuses of Washington DC universities to send off the year in style! Plus, DVD drawings, Q&A with experts, and receptions after the films!

Free RSVP required via the KCC website HERE!

All About My Wife
내 아내의 모든 것
romantic comedy

Wednesday, December 19 | 6 - 9 pm
Where: Jack Morton Auditorium, George Washington University [masked]st St. NW Washington, DC 20052)
Program: film, Q&A discussion with John Finch (Professorial Lecturer, Korean Culture through Film, GWU) and Young A Jung (Korean Language & Culture instructor, King Sejong Institute DC)

All films presented in Korean with English subtitles.

About the Films

All About My Wife is all about the trials of Doo-hyun (Lee Sun-Kyun), whose seemingly perfect wife Jung-in (Lim Soo-Jung) is actually unbearable. Desperate to escape his marriage but too timid to stand up to her, Doo-hyun employs local legendary Cassanova Sung-ki (Ryoo Seung-Ryong) to woo his wife away—but can he live with his decision? View the trailer here.

Director Min Kyu-Dong's film won for Best Actress (Lim Soo-Jung) and Best Supporting Actor (Ryoo Seung-Ryong) at the 2012 Blue Dragon Film Awards. It was featured in 2012 at the New York Asian Film Festival, Korean Film Festival in Australia, Hawaii International Film Festival, and San Diego Asian Film Festival.

Free RSVP required via the KCC website HERE!

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  • Remedios K.

    its a delight to see this film. Been observing a lot of couples and cannot understand a lot of things but all the talk to each , has been opening my eyes to what can be prevented. It was a great experience once again to see how other cultures deal with modern / traditional mores etc. And the food was great too!!!!Thanks for the invitation!!!

    December 20, 2012

  • Carmelita De C.

    I have a good time with the movie, the discussion and the food. I have learned many things about the Korean culture depicted by the movie.

    December 20, 2012

  • Adam

    Glad to hear you enjoyed it! The two films are each quite different in tone and style, but both are insightful into the challenges of relationships...

    December 18, 2012

    • Remedios K.

      its a far cry from the current films nowadays but in keeping with foreign films where its the beautiful scenery and relationships, the modern and the old lifestye, and that sure is a beautiful renovation!!!!

      December 18, 2012

  • Remedios K.

    The saturday film, Architecture 101 was a delightful film that shows the innocence and love for each other of these two classmates. I really enjoye dtis film and looking forward to the next one tomorrow at GWU.

    December 18, 2012

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