The Festival opened with War Of The Arrow The Festival opened with War Of The Arrow

Now in its sixth year, the London Korean Film Festival runs from November 3 to 17. This year's programme a North & South Korean film strand, a Ryoo Seung-wan Retrospective, a light hearted Korean films section, classic films by the late director Lee Man-hee, Classics and Directrospectives, an Animation day and Mise en scene short films.

The festival takes place at London at the Odeon West End, Apollo, Korean Cultural Centre and ICA cinemas, and on tour nationally in Sheffield (November 11-13 November), Cambridge (November 18-20) and Newcastle (November 20-24). It opened with War Of The Arrow and closes with The Unjust.

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The Unjust
The Unjust
A spree of schoolgirl murders has gripped Seoul by the throat but the police are on it and accidentally kill the murderer - but they can't simply bring in a dead suspect...
The Yellow Sea
The Yellow Sea
A man agrees to take on a hit in a bid to pay off his debts.
No Blood No Tears
No Blood No Tears
A washed-up cabbie and an aspiring singer form an unlikely partnership to make some cash... but pulling of the heist isn't easy.
The City Of Violence
The City Of Violence
Casinos and corruption in Korean crime thriller.
Crying Fist
Crying Fist
A South Korean boxing movie that out fights Raging Bull.
Arahan
Arahan
Comedy chop-socky with serious martial arts moves from South Korea.
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