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12:29 - 10th December 2012, by David West

See Forever The Moment For Free At KCCUK

Forever The Moment was inspired by the true story of Korea's women's handball team competing at the 2004 Summer Olympics.

The story revolves follows the two former players brought back to help the team prepare for the games.

Mi-suk (Mun So-ri) works in a supermarket and Hye-gyeong (Kim Jeong-eun) has been coaching in Japan but faces discrimination from the men in charge of Korea's Olympic efforts.

Directed by Yim Soon-Rye, one of the few female directors in Korea, it became a major word-of-mouth hit in 2008, clocking up more than 4 million ticket sales in a month.

You can see the movie for free on Thursday 13 December 2012 when it is screened at the Korean Cultural Centre UK as part of their Year Of 12 Directors series.

Attendance is free but you must reserve a place in advance, which you can do right here.

Venue: The Korean Cultural Centre UK, Grand Buildings 1-3 Strand, London WC2N 5BW
Date: 7PM, 13 December 2012

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