KCC to stream Hyun Bin, Son Ye-jin, & Park Seo Joon’s Films for free

The Korean Film Festival is just around the corner!

The Korean Cultural Center (KCC) of the Philippines is moving this year’s Korean Film Festival online! From September 12 to October 2, the KCC will stream Hyun Bin, Son Ye-jin, and Park Seo Joon films straight to our homes for free.

Hyun Bin will be opening the festival with the screening of his two films “The Swindlers” and “Confidential Assignment” from September 12 to September 18. While BinJin fans may want to take note that Son Ye-jin will be following suit with the screening of her films “Be With You” and “Last Princess” from September 19 to September 25. Finally, to wrap up the almost month-long festival, films “Midnight Runners” and “The Beauty Inside” of another oppa in the person of Park Seo Joon will run from September 26 to October 2.

The first online free Korean Film Festival will be exclusively available for the K-Culture lovers in the Philippines through Korean Cultural Center’s official website.

There will also be special raffle prizes including K-Culture items and Korean Cosmetic Sets for 10 participants who will be taking on the KCC Survey for the Korean Film Festival.

Korean Film Festival is one of the landmark events of KCC’s Korea at Home campaign which aims to, be bring musical performances, food, arts, pop culture, movies, museum exhibits, and tours right on the screens of the K-Culture enthusiasts for them to enjoy anytime, anywhere, and while staying safe at home.

Organized by the Korean Cultural Center and the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, Korean Film Festival 2020 is done in partnership with Korea Tourism Organization, Viva Networks, and Film Development Council of the Philippines.

For more information and further updates, follow KCC’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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