Free Korean Comedy Drama Movie 'My Annoying Brother' then Food/Drinks After

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Korean Cultural Center

5505 Wilshire Blvd · Los Angeles, CA

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Josie and Elad will be in KCCLA lobby or upstairs theater around 6:30pm. There will be signs to the theater upstairs in front of the elevator. text- (213) 536-9270

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Korean movies can serve up equal portions of laughter and tears especially about dysfunctional or tragic families! Let's watch as two very different brothers deal with each other when one becomes disabled and the other fraudster brother gets out of prison.

My Annoying Brother (Hangul: 형; RR: Hyeong; lit. "Older Brother") is a 2016 South Korean comedy drama film starring Jo Jung-suk, Do Kyung-soo and Park Shin-hye. The film topped local box office and hit more than one million views within four days of its release. The film reached 3 million views in mid December

Movie: My Annoying Brother (Subtitled)
DATE: Thursday May 30, 2019
TIME: 7:00 pm. (110 mins)
LOCATION: KCCLA(Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles)
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZ7GnROtsYU

SYNOPSIS: National Judo athlete Doo-young (Do Kyung-soo) damages his optic nerves during an international event and loses his sight permanently. His older brother Doo-shik (Jo Jung-suk) who has been estranged from Doo-young, takes advantage of his brother's sudden crisis to get paroled from prison.

To Doo-young who lost his parents in an accident as a teenager and had to fend for himself since then, the news of Doo-shik coming home is an extra stress to deal with. He's barely adjusting to the fact that he is now blind for the rest of his life but now he has to deal with his swindler brother.

Although hesitant at first, Doo-young slowly eases up to his older brother, who gradually takes charge and helps him adjust to his disability. Just when the two brothers are starting to make amends, Doo-shik finds out that he's in the final stage of terminal cancer. He has only a short time to say farewell to his brother and help him win gold at Rio Paralympics, which will secure his future.

AFTER THE MOVIE: Let's go get some snacks/drinks and chat about the movie and life :-)

PARKING: There is a big free parking lot in the back of the building. The parking entrance is on Dunsmuir Street side. KCCLA is right next to El Rey Theatre. Entrance into KCCLA is in the parking lot. It closes around 10p.

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