The Day After opened the festival The Day After opened the festival

The London Korean Film Festival will run from October 26 to November 19. It opened with Hong Sang-soo's The Day After and close with Kim Dae-hwan's The First Lap. This year the festival will also have a special focus on Korean noir. In addition to the features, a selection of shorts and events including masterclasses will also run.

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The Outlaws
The Outlaws
A hard-boiled cop takes on a gang of violent gangsters.
Green Fish
Green Fish
A young man finds himself caught up in a Korean gang.
A Bittersweet Life
A Bittersweet Life
A tale of revenge, infidelity and gangland warfare in South Korea.
Nowhere To Hide
Nowhere To Hide
Korean action thriller that almost makes up in style what it lacks in substance.
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