*P'a-Dak P'a-Dak [Padak]*

  • January 29, 2013 · 6:15 PM
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An group excursion, by our friends, at Sharing East Asia (SEA), to attend Korean Cultural Service, New York (KCSNY) of Consulate General Of The Republic Of [South] Korea In New York's P'a-Dak P'a-Dak [Padak] Korean Movie Night Drawn Into Film: Korean Animation! screening, at TriBeCa Cinemas.

Come join our friends, at Sharing East Asia, for a 6:15 PM group excursion to attend Korean Cultural Service, New York of Consulate General Of The Republic Of Korea In New York's P'a-Dak P'a-Dak Korean Movie Night Drawn Into Film: Korean Animation! screening, at TriBeCa Cinemas, at 7:00 PM, on Tuesday, January 29, 2013.

P'a-Dak P'a-DakIn Korea's surprisingly powerful take on Pixar's Finding Nemo, a mackerel from the sea named Flappy ends up caught in a net and dumped carelessly into a restaurant tank.  A pessimistic old flatfish, who has somehow avoided death for ages inside the tank, becomes her confidant and mentor ... even if his means for survival border on cowardice.  Very quickly, Flappy refuses her fate and becomes determined to make it out of the tank and back to the ocean – even if that means going against the old flatfish and shattering the hierarchy of the tank.  A feel-good adventure for the whole family, Padak combines computer animation with traditional hand-drawn art, delivering a funny, lovable film that's also packed with social drama and subtext.

You are invited and welcome to join Sharing East Asia's group excursion to attend Korean Cultural Service, New York of Consulate General Of The Republic Of Korea In New York's 7:00 PM P'a-Dak P'a-Dak Korean Movie Night Drawn Into Film: Korean Animation! screening, at TriBeCa Cinemas, located at 54 Varick Street, at Laight Street, on the southeast corner of the intersection of Varick and Laight Streets, in TriBeCa, Manhattan, on Tuesday, January 29, 2013, at 6:15 PM.

Sharing East Asia's group excursion to attend Korean Cultural Service, New York of Consulate General Of The Republic Of Korea In New York's P'a-Dak P'a-Dak Korean Movie Night Drawn Into Film: Korean Animation! screening, will meet at TriBeCa Cinemas, located at 54 Varick Street, at Laight Street, in TriBeCa, Manhattan, on Tuesday, January 29, 2013, at 6:15 PM.  After Korean Cultural Service, New York of Consulate General Of The Republic Of Korea In New York's P'a-Dak P'a-Dak Korean Movie Night Drawn Into Film: Korean Animation! screening, Sharing East Asia's group excursion may make its way to ChinaTown, Manhattan, for a Dutch Treat format group dinner.

TriBeCa CinemasTriBeCa Cinemas, which is located at 54 Varick Street, at Laight Street, in TriBeCa, Manhattan, is a private entity and finite in space and limited in accommodations.

To assist in possibly, locating and recognizing the Convenor, on Tuesday, January 29, 2013, the Convenor shall likely be a State Ruist, who is a male of Asian descent, with short dark hair and a moustache, and possibly wearing eyeglasses and carrying either a black JanSport Ashland Waist Pack or a black Fūl SideCar E-Reader Messenger Case, or carrying both.  Or one could possibly glance at the Convenor’s picture, on the Convenor’s Sharing East Asia Member profile.

Those attending and joining Sharing East Asia's group excursion, should be attentive and cognizant that the venue, the theatre of TriBeCa Cinemas, is finite in space and limited in accommodations, and that the program managers and program organizers, Korean Cultural Service, New York of Consulate General Of The Republic Of Korea In New York and TriBeCa Cinemas, may deny entry and admission, to anyone at anytime, at their discretion and fancy.

Most sentient beings are invited and welcome to join and attend.

And please, DO NOT forget about The New York City Toy And Model Kit January Meeting, on Wednesday, January 23, 2013, at Café R.

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