The Center for Korean Studies will host a series of film exhibitions in October and November. The series, organized by CKS faculty member Gary Pak of the UH Manoa English Department, will be held Tuesdays beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Center for Korean Studies Auditorium.
The scheduled films (subject to change) are:
- October 5: Thirst ë°•ì¥ (2009), directed by Park Chan-wook
- October 12: Treeless Mountain ë‚˜ë¬´ì—†ëŠ”ì‚° (2009), directed by Kim So-yong
- October 26: Paju íŒŒì£¼ (2009), directed by Park Chan-ok
- November 2: A Brand New Life ì—¬í–‰ìž (2009), directed by Ounie Lecomte
- November 9: The Fair Love íŽ˜ì–´ëŸ¬ë¸Œ (2010), directed by Shin Yeon-shick
- November 16: Poetry ì‹œ (2010), directed by Lee Chang-dong.
For more information about the films, see http://www.hawaii.edu/korea/pages/announce/events2010/film/films2010.html.
These screenings are open to all and free of charge. All films will be shown with English subtitles. For additional information, contact Prof. Gary Pak (firstname.lastname@example.org) at (808) 956‑8727.
This series is supported by the Center for Korean Studies, the Korea Foundation, the Korean Film Archives, and the UH Manoa College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature and Department of English.