Director Kim Jeong-hoon throws absolutely everything at the wall in his swashbuckling pseudo-sequel.
Two men with nothing to lose find themselves on the wrong side of both police and criminals in Im Sang-soo’s comedy-drama.
Im Sang-soo’s Housemaid remake could use a declutter.
Life never really gets easier as you age in E J-yong’s drama.
Double crosses, hidden motives and maybe even a sword are all unearthed in Park Jung-bae’s crime caper
In Hong Sung-eun’s drama, a young woman reconsiders her solitary nature after her neighbour is crushed to death by porn.
Insanity reigns over a married couple and their housemaid in the most broken of homes.
A travelling bard sings his way to justice in Cho Jung-rae’s musical drama.
The London Korean Film Festival returns for its sixteenth edition on November 4th. Let’s see what they have to offer this year.
Two men learn to never do favours for your boss in Hong Eui-jeong’s drama.
A hitman is thrown into a chaotic cat-and-mouse game, just minutes away from retirement in Hong Won-chan’s action thriller. “You promised to take one last job.” These famous last words are directed at In-nam (Hwang Jung-min), a hitman who’s about ready to throw the towel in and retire to Panama, where people apparently go to … Continue reading Deliver us from Evil
It’s an eye for an eye, for another eye in Park Hoon-jung’s gangster drama.