Battlefield Heroes Launches All Eyes On Korea
The Korean Cultural Centre UK launches the K-film component of their summer festival All Eyes On Korea with a free screening of Battlefield Heroes.
The screening will be held at the Apollo Cinema, Piccadilly, on Thursday 28 June. Director Lee Jun-ik will be in attendance for a Q&A session after the movie.
Doors open at 5.30PM and the movie starts at 6.30PM. Admission is on a first-come-first-served basis so don't be late!
There will be a raffle after the movie with prizes including a book on Korean Cinema, a signed DVD of Lee’s excellent Vietnam war film Sunny, and a signed copy (personally signed by all five members) of BIG BANG’s latest album Still Alive.
The Korean Cultural Centre UK has pulled out the stops for their summer festival with a line-up that includes music in the South Bank Centre, a series of lectures, exhibitions on art and fashion and of course the KCCUK's long running weekly movie nights.
For more info on the huge range of activities that form All Eyes On Korea visit www.kccuk.org.uk