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Kim Ki-duk Films to Screen

2004/10/25 Source

By Joon Soh
Staff Reporter

Six films by award-winning director Kim Ki-duk will be screened at Megabox Theater in the Convention and Exhibition (COEX) Center, Southern Seoul, from Nov. 1.

"Som (The Isle)", "Suchwiin Pulmyong (Address Unknown)", "Nabbun Namja (Bad Guy)", "Haeanson (The Coast Guard)", "Pom, Yorum, Kaul, Kyoul...Kurigo Pom (Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter...and Spring)" and "Samaria (The Samaritan Girl)" will be screened until Nov. 3 at the theater.

The film series is timed with the local release of "Pinjip (3-Iron)", which hit theaters on Oct. 15.

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