KCC to present 3 Korean films under ‘Harmony: A Special Screening on Hope and Love’

Published November 20, 2020, 12:15 PM

by Jonathan Hicap

(From left) “Like for Likes,” “My Love, My Bride” and “The Queen of Walking” (KCC)

Following the success of the 2020 Korean Film Festival in the Philippines, the Korean Cultural Center will be staging another free movie screening to warm the hearts of Filipinos.

Under the event “Harmony: A Special Screening on Hope and Love,” the KCC has selected three heart-warming Korean films that tackle love and life.

These films are “The Queen of Walking” starring Shim Eun-Kyung, Park Joo-Hee and Kim Sae-Byuk; “Like for Likes” featuring Lee Mi-Yeon, Yoo Ah-In and Choi Ji-Woo; and “My Love, My Bride” led by Cho Jung-Seok and Shin Min-A.

The three movies will be screened for free from Nov. 21 to 27 on the KCC website http://phil.korean-culture.org/. Viewers residing in the Philippines may catch all the films for free on their Android or iOS devices.

In addition, KCC Philippines has partnered with Adarna House for a special Film Pop Quiz in which participants can have the chance to win locally-translated version of the Korean best-selling title “I Decided to Live as Me” by Kim Soo-Hyun published by Woods of Mind Books.

“Harmony: A Special Screening on Hope and Love” is part of KCC’s Korea at Home campaign that aims to bring Korean culture and contents to Filipinos at the comfort of their homes. The latest event by KCC is in partnership with the Film Development Council of the Philippines, Viva International Pictures and Adarna House, and with the official telecommunications partners Smart and Smart K-Life.