A surprise screening of ‘White Badge’ with Director Chung Ji-young

As previously announced, Chung Ji-young had a retrospective last weekend at Cambridge. Director Chung has been persuaded to stay in the UK a bit longer. Accordingly, a surprise screening of ‘White Badge’ is taking place in the multi-purpose hall of the Korean Cultural Centre UK. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with the Director Chung Ji-young. Chung Ji-young has earnt a reputation for films examining major social and political issues. This is your chance to see one of Korea’s finest war films and talk with the director. Seats are limited to 20 guests so please reserve your seat if you would like to attend this special screening of ‘White Badge’. Some additional places are available for just the Q&A session, please indicate your preference when you reply.

Time & Date
2:00 pm, Wednesday
28th April, 2010

Q&A 4:05 pm

Venue
Multi-purpose Hall
Korean Cultural Centre

As usual, please reserve your place by contacting info@kccuk.org.uk or call 020 7004 2600.

(automatically generated) Read LKL’s review of this event here.

One thought on “A surprise screening of ‘White Badge’ with Director Chung Ji-young

    • Colette Balmain: Hopefully I have booked my place. Am looking 4ward to it.
    • Daniel Martin: This film is a proper masterpiece (though Chung’s ‘Partisans of South Korea’ is even better). It’s shameful that they’re announcing this with so little notice.
    • Kay Hoddy: if only it wsn’t when i am working…. *whines and pouts*
    • Jiyoung Song: “Piagol”, another partisan story and one of the first anti-communism movies released in 1955 in South Korea, which wasn’t anti-communist enough for SK government’s eyes at that time, was shown in Cambridge last Friday with Director Jung’s Q&A in the end though it wasn’t his own. That was a fantastic event. Wish many people could go since I’m sure…

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