“Here We Live, Here We Grow” – The Singapore Korean Film Festival 2021

What comes to your mind when it comes to South Korean cinema? Well, it is certainly more than just zombies on a train or a family going to great lengths to experience living a luxurious life. You can look forward to the Singapore Korean Film Festival 2021 (KFF) as it makes its return in a new format!

KFF

Credits: Embassy of the Republic of Korea (Singapore)

Organised by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Singapore. KFF 2021 returns with its first-ever hybrid line-up from 7th October 2021. The theme for this year is Here We Live, Here We Grow,featuring eight titles over 15 screenings at Golden Village and up to 30 classic Korean films online via Mediacorp’s meWATCH.

In a show of solidarity between Singapore and South Korea amidst the pandemic, KFF 2021 will open with a simultaneous screening of The Book of Fish directed by Lee Joon Ik, in partnership with Busan International Film Festival. Ambassador CHOI Hoon expressed his hope that the Korean Film Festival will bring joyful moments to everyone despite the unprecedented challenges. He also appreciates the continued affection and support towards Korean films by passionate Singaporean fans.

Cinema screenings will run for two weekends. RSVP your tickets through the official website for selected award-winning titles including; Exit, Dongju and Minari only at Golden Village Suntec. It is free and open to all vaccinated individuals. Alternatively, you can enjoy a library of film classics for free via meWATCH starting from 7th October 2021, with six new titles introduced every week.

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