The yearly London Korean Film Festival is back for its 11th edition, opening on Thursday November 3rd with the UK Premiere of female director Lee Kyoung-mi’s The Truth Beneath at London’s Picturehouse Central cinema and closing with the same film at Queen’s Film Theatre in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) will […]

Today, Thursday 20 November, voting period for the 2015 DramaFever Awards has open, and we are glad to announce we are the official UK partners for this competition. Toyota is sponsoring the voting and the ceremony this year, so we can expect a “much more ambitious event” according to DramaFever. To vote for your favorite […]

Earlier last week, the Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) unveiled a few first details on the upcoming 9th edition of its annual London Korean Film Festival (LKFF). The event will take place in four venues, including the Odeon West End – as the prime location for opening and closing ceremonies -, Odeon Covent Garden, Odeon […]

The Face Reader is a beautifully crafted and hectic period drama full of political intricacies, which yet says little about actual face reading… Three main reasons might have led you to watch The Face Reader, and unfortunately, one of them, the most important one actually, fails to meet expectations. Firstly, The Face Reader is a period drama, and as […]

This coming week will probably be the most busy week ever for Korean film and television in the United Kingdom. Not only are we organizing our 2nd event for the London Korean Drama Club on Monday (book your ticket here if you have not done so yet), the KCCUK is hosting a Q&A with famous […]