London Korean Film Festival 2019

View other London Korean Film Festival Films by strand: Animation, Cinema Now, Documentary, Galas, Special Focus: A Century of Korean Cinema

Yukiko Yukiko
Yukiko and A Bedsore
A Bedsore (Country: South Korea; Year: 2019; Director: Shim Hyedung; Stars: Kim Jonggu, Kang Aesim, Jeon Gukhyang, Kim Doyoung)
A festering bedsore on a suffering mother’s body opens old family wounds and grievances.
A Boy And Sungreen (Country: South Korea; Year: 2018; Director: Ahn Ju-Young; Stars: Ahn Ji-ho, Kim Ju-a, Seo Hyun-Woo, Shin Dong-mi, Kim So-ra, Jang Jun-whee)
Two high school students join forces to find the father of one of them, after it comes to light that his death in a car accident was fabricated.
Youngju (Country: South Korea; Year: 2018; Director: Cha Sung-duk; Stars: Kim Hyang-gi, Kim Ho-jung, You Chae-Myung, Tang Jun-sang)
Two young orphaned siblings whose parents died in a car accident struggle to survive in the adult world of calculating relatives and scam loan companies seeking financial gain from their predicament
Yukiko (Country: South Korea; Year: 2018; Director: Noh Young Sun)
The filmmaker contemplates the Japanese grandmother she never knew.

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