This festival featuring the best new film from South Korea, celebrates its third edition at the Barbican in London from London November 5 to 12. Among the directors in attendance will be Park Chan-wook.

There will be a Yu Hyun-mok retrospective and there will also be showing of the first two episodes of new Korean animation Dreamkix.

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Thirst
Thirst
A man is turned into a vampire by an experimental medical treatment.
Breathless
Breathless
Can a schoolgirl offer salvation to a Korean gangster?
Dream
Dream
A woman acts out the dreams of a stranger.
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