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By Kerrine Goh
Jung strolled lonely through the streets of Seoul. He was five, hungry and lost, as many other kids in the immediate afterword of the Korean War. A police agent found ...
At the moment where Paris Cinema 2008 closed its programme – with the largest ever showcase of Philippines recent film productions –, the French capital welcomed the first film-symposium of ...
This month, Film.Culture360.org (formerly SEA-IMAGES) meets with Guillaume de Seille from Arizona Films, the co-producer of the Korean-Mongolian-French film, Desert Dream (Hyazgar).
By Jérémy Segay
Korean culture has made its way into France as it has been the case in most countries in Asia.