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The London Korean Film Festival, run by the BFI, is back for an eighth year with a wide-ranging selection of films from psychological dramas to action epics to romance. Screenings are in venues across central London, including the Korean Institute.

The festival runs from 7 to 15 November.

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Korean Latest Reviews

Boomerang Family
Boomerang Family
Three grown-up siblings struggle to get along after circumstances force them to move back in with their mother.
Flu
Flu
A terrifying epidemic threatens Seoul.
Pluto
Pluto
A boy works hard to try and enter the elite class at his school, but is kept out by a brutal clique.
Public Enemy
A psychotic cop in Seoul has a vendetta against a businessman who murdered his parents.
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