ZAGREB, 11 November 2021 – The Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Zagreb hosts the 2021 Korean Film Week in Zagreb from 15 through 20 November in cooperation with the Kino Kinoteka.
Supported by the Korea Foundation, the Embassy has been hosting the Korean Film Week every year since 2011, bringing Korean films closer to the Croatian audience with one exception being the last year due to the COVID-19.
This year, the Korean Film Week in Zagreb presents five films across diverse genres and styles, which include Zvijeri koje se grebu za slamku (2020, Kim Yong-Hun), Žena koja je bježala (2020, Hong Sang-soo), Sretna Chan-Sil (2020, Kim Cho-hee), Fengshui (2018, Park Hee-kon) and Krenuti dalje (2020, Yoon Dan-bi).
To celebrate the opening of the Film Week, the Embassy will prepare the opening night with the screening of Zvijeri koje se grebu za slamku at Kino Kinoteka at 20:00 on 15 November 2021.
Inspired by a novel “Wara nimo Sugaru Kemonotachi” by Keisuke Sono, the film features the desperate human lives becoming like beasts before the money. Both English and Croatian subtitles will be provided and the film is recommend to viewers aged 15 or above.
“Anyone who wishes to watch this film is cordially invited to the opening night and simply requested to send an email to croa[email protected]. For everyone’s safety, it is required to present the EU Digital COVID Certificate at the entrance and to wear a mask during the screening,” the Korean Embassy Zagreb said.
For more details in timings you can visit kinokinoteka.hr