(L.A)Free Korean Animation Movie: A Coming-of-Age Story-Green Days: Dinosaur & I

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Korean Cultural Center

5505 Wilshire Blvd · Los Angeles, CA

How to find us

Josie and Elad will be in KCCLA lobby or upstairs theater around 6:45 pm. There will be signs to the theater upstairs in front of the elevator. text- (213) 536-9270

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A nostalgic trip to our teen years of dreams and wonder. A time where we all tried to learn to deal with life, adults, friends, relationships, and to figure out ourselves and our futures...

Green Days: '(Korean: 소중한 날의 꿈; RR: Sojoonghan Nalui Ggoom; lit. "Dream of a Precious Day") is a 2011 South Korean animated film. Without the high-tech computer graphics and three-dimensional techniques that dominate the animation industry, the film was hand-drawn in pencil, with 14 animators using 100,000-plus sheets over a period of 11 years. It premiered at the 15th Busan International Film Festival in 2010 and competed for the top prize at the 2011 Annecy International Animated Film Festival.

Plot- Set in a 1970s rural town, 'Green Days: Dinosaur and I' is a nostalgic coming-of-age story about a high school girl who struggles to find meaning in her existence and learns to confront her biggest fears, while also falling in love for the first time:

Not wanting to lose, Yi-rang orchestrates a collapse in the middle of a relay race even though she's on the verge of giving up her dream of becoming an athlete. At the same time, Soo-min transfers in from Seoul and Cheol-soo, who dreams of becoming a scientist, come into her life. They are all immature but they are in the midst of youthful aspiration.

With this warm-hearted animation, Han Hye-jin-I and Ahn Jae-hoon encourage Yi-rang's dreams and portray the fantasy and flutter of adolescence through encounters with good people. Set in the '80s and '90s, an old umbrella and a railroad crossing the downtown in the film is the stuff that reminds us of our lost past, evoking a reminiscence in the audience of that which is vanished.

It is a way of evoking the real "dreams" that we have lost in this modern society where a rapid capitalization is progressing.

Yi-rang (voiced by Park Shin-hye) has all but given up on her athletic aspirations, when she meets Cheol-soo (Song Chang-eui), who dreams of becoming an astronaut, and Soo-min (Oh Yeon-seo), a transfer student from Seoul. The film follows the adolescents' budding romance, growing pains, hopes and dreams.' (Wikepedia)

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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