London Korean Film Festival 2020

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Ashfall (Country: South Korea; Year: 2019; Director: Byung-seo Kim, Hae-jun Lee; Writer: Byung-seo Kim, Hae-jun Lee; Stars: Lee Byung-Hun, Ha Jung-woo, Jeon Hye-jin, Ma Dong-seok)
When Baekdu Mountain unexpectedly erupts and threatens to cause an earthquake that could devastate the Korean peninsula, a South Korean team must enter North Korea and steal American-guarded nuclear material in order to stop it.
Jesters: The Game Changers (Country: South Korea; Year: 2019; Director: Kim Joo-ho; Writer: Kim Joo-ho; Stars: Cho Jin-woong, Kim Seul-gi, Park Hee-soon)
Deok Ho and his gang make ends meet by racketeering around the country. Han Myeong Hoe, King Sejo's right-hand man, thinks highly of their talents and encourages them to work for the country.
Me And Me (Country: South Korea; Year: 2020; Director: Jung Jin-young; Writer: Jung Jin-young; Stars: Bae Soo-bin, Cha Su-yeon, Cho Jin-woong, Jung Hae-Kyun)
A police detective investigating a tragedy in a small town wakes up one morning to find he’s no longer who he thought he was – or so the locals lead him to believe.
Vertigo (Country: South Korea; Year: 2020; Director: Jeon Gye-soo; Writer: Jeon Gye-soo; Stars: Chun Woo-hee)
A young woman has climbed high up the company ladder, but her life is more precarious than it seems and her anxieties begin manifesting as intense vertigo. Then she meets a window cleaner.
The Woman Who Ran (Country: South Korea; Year: 2020; Director: Hong Sang-soo; Stars: Kim Min-hee, Lee Eun-mi, Song Seon-mi, Seo Young-hwa)
While her husband is on a business trip, a woman meets three friends on the outskirts of Seoul. Their friendly conversation carries many undercurrents.

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