6 Korean films take part in the Berlin International Film Festival

The 67th edition of the Berlin International Film Festival has six Korean films, which go back to the success of productions on the international stage.

The latest Korean films of this century have been consolidating a local audience in recent years and have been gaining ground in the international showcase "which combines the use of advanced graphics technology, a promising market and a highly competitive entertainment industry And diverse. " With such an optimistic outlook for the Korean film market, as expected in film festivals, the most recognized in the world today are increasingly receptive, despite the great challenge this represents in The genre, a very prominent example are the 23 Korean films that got an audience of millions, around the world.

On the other hand, the most notable Korean films at the Berlin International Film Festival are "On The Beach At Night Alone" by the prestigious director of Hong Sang Soo. The story revolves around an actress who wraps herself lovingly with a married man. In addition to 4 home movies such as Lee Doo Yong's "The Last Witness" (1980), Yu Hyun Mok's "Obaltan" (1961), Jang Woo Jin's "Autumn, Autumn" (2016) and "Twelve" 2016 by Cha Jea Min, as well as the documentary by Moon Chang Yong Jin and Jeon, "Becoming Who I Was."


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