Yey! It’s the Korean Film Festival once again.  This year’s lineup is a mixture of different genres with romance, drama, comedy and thriller all thrown into the mix.  This year’s featured film during the premiere night at SM Megamall was A Werewolf Boy (늑대소년) starring the talented Song Joong Ki (Innocent Man/Nice Guy) and Park Bo Young (A Speedy Scandal).  However, my personal favorite was Sunny (써니) which I’ve seen more than twice. I just love the friendship that these girls portrayed plus it showed a little bit how Korea was during the 80s.

Other movies include the animated film Green Days (소중한 날의 꿈) with Park Shin Hye (Heartstrings) and Song Chang Ui voicing the lead characters, Masquerade (ê´‘í•´: 왕이 된 남자) with Lee Byung Hun (G.I. Joe), the horror- thriller Deranged (연가시) starring Kim Myung Min (Beethoven’s Virus) and Kim Dong Wan of Shinhwa, and the romantic-comedy Dancing Queen (댄싱퀸) featuring singer Uhm Jung Hwa and Hwang Jung Min.

To get you more intrigued, here are the trailers:


A Werewolf Boy


Masquerade


Sunny


Green Days


Deranged


Dancing Queen

Brought to us by the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines, the Korean Film Festival has ended its run in Manila but those  from Iloilo, Cebu and Davao can still watch on the following dates.

Pictures courtesy of Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines

Hannah is a lover of anything Korean – may it be their dramas, music, or food. She has been to South Korea for n number of times, but she still can’t get enough of it. Seoul has become...

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