Director Jung Byung-gil plays with action figures for two hours, and makes us watch.
There’s a lot of bark but not much bite in Kim Jee-Woon’s Wolf Brigade remake.
In Jay Han’s drama, two women find even the basics of a happy family are hard to come by for same-sex couples.
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.