London Korean Drama Screenings #5: The King’s Face & Gunman in Joseon

London Korean Drama Screenings #5: The King’s Face & Gunman in Joseon

London Korean Drama Screenings #5: The King’s Face & Gunman in Joseon

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PLEASE NOTE WE SCREEN ONLY THE FIRST EPISODE (PILOT) OF EACH DRAMA SERIES.

Korean TV drama fans are invited to join the third event of the yearly London Korean Drama Screenings on Thursday 2 July, from 7:00pm.

Pilot episodes to be screened will be:

 

The King's Face PosterThe King’s Face (왕의 얼굴)
First Broadcast: KBS2 (2015), 23 episodes
Produced By: KBS Media
Cast: Seo In-guk, Jo Yoon-hee, Lee Sung-jae, Kim Gyu-ri, Shin Sung-rok
Synopsis: Born the son of a concubine, Gwang Hae (Seo In-guk) is declared as the heir to the throne, but for the next 16 years he suffers from dethronement and assassination threats. Also, Ga-hee Kim (Yoon-hee Jo), the woman whom he and his father, king Seon-jo (Sung-jae Lee) both love does not see in him as a King. However through his face-reading ability will he overcome the obstacles ahead of him and succeed in ruling the Kingdom of Joseon?

 

Gunman in Joseon PosterGunman in Joseon (조선 총잡이)
First Broadcast: KBS2 (2014), 22 episodes
Produced By: KBS Media
Cast: Joon-gi Lee, Sang-mi Nam, Hye-bin Jeon
Synopsis: Yun-gang Park (Lee Joon-gi) is the son of the last great swordsman of 19th century Joseon, an era of great upheaval and rapid modernization. He hopes to follow his father’s path, becoming a skillful swordsman who can protect his family and his loving wife, Soo-in Jeong (Nam Sang-mi).
After the double murder of his father and sister, he decides to trade in his sword for a gun, and sets to avenge his family’s loss. Leaving his wife behind he sets off on his mission only to become a hero of the people.

 

Do not forget to book by emailing the KCCUK at [email protected] or calling them at 0207 004 2600

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Created in April 2014, Daehan Drama aims to promote Korean TV dramas towards the UK audience, as well as facilitate dialogue between the British and Korean creative industries.

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    […] Here are the two pilots that will be screening on 2 July at 7pm in the KCC, in a collaboration with the London Korean Drama Club. As usual, registration is required via [email protected]. This time, the screenings will be followed by a panel talk. More details over on Daehan Drama. […]

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