The Jakarta Post
Korean Cultural Center Indonesia commemorates the 70th anniversary of Korean War by airing classic films. (Shutterstock/-)
The Korean Cultural Center Indonesia has been airing Korean classic films since Wednesday until June 30 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Korean War that started in 1950.
Freely accessible on its website via YouTube, Red Scarf (1964) is among the films featured in the program and available for streaming for one week starting Wednesday. Helmed by Shin Sang-wook, the flick focuses on the Korean Air Force during the war.
Dalam rangka memperingati Perang Korea ke-70 tahun, Korean Cultural Center Indonesia bersama Korean Film Archive melakukan penayangan film Korea klasik. Film dapat disaksikan melalui website KCCI (id.korean-culture.org). Penayangan film Korea klasik berlangsung tanggal 24 - 30 Juni 2020. Judul film: The Red Scarf (빨간 마후라) Tahun: 1964 Sutradara: Shin Sang-Ok Dibintangi oleh: Shin Young-Kyun, Choi Eun-Hee, Choi Mu-Ryong, Yoon In-Ja. Tautan: http://id.korean-culture.org/id/486/board/232/read/103282. Selamat menyaksikan! #Peringatan70TahunPerangKorea #KoreanWar70thAnniversary #625전쟁 #625전쟁70주년 #KMovie #FilmKlasikKorea #FilmKorea
The program will also air The Marines who never Returned (1963) by Lee Man-hee on July 1 and The Wild Chrysanthemums have been Avoided (1974) on July 8, also for a one-week period each.
According to a statement, the cultural center plans to continue to showcase various Korean films to be enjoyed by Indonesians through collaborations with relevant organizations. (wir/kes)
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