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Korean Movie Night 2014 Series V: "Blown Away by Korean Blockbusters!"


Presented by Korean Cultural Service NY
TUESDAY, September 9th, 2014 @ 7 PM


(2014, 137 min)

Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick Street)

All seating is first come, first served.
Doors open at 6:30 pm. Film begins at 7:00 pm.

Series Five-“Blown Away by Korean Blockbusters”

There’s nothing quite like seeking out those tiny, unknown films that fly under the radar and celebrating them for their unique originality and charm. But we can’t help but admit that we also love blockbusters – those gigantic, expansive spectacles, packed with special effects, the biggest stars, and the most epic of stories! And why shouldn’t we embrace these mega-hits? We’ve got four new movies to prove what it means to dominate the box office.

This autumn, we’re celebrating four of Korea’s hugest recent blockbusters – ripped from Asian multiplexes and brought with great joy to Tribeca Cinemas! Get ready for the hits, because these are the biggest films of the year, coming to you for free – as always – from your friends at The Korean Cultural Service!

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KUNDO: Age of the Rampant (2014, 137 min)

In 1859, The Joseon Dynasty era is plagued with natural disasters, poverty, and death. The rich nobles only care about their own wealth and will stop at nothing to keep the poor held down under their tyrannical rule. Life is an utter nightmare, and the people need a savior. Then, like a light pouring through the darkness, “Kundo” appears! A courageous shadow organization dedicated to protecting the weak and taking back the nation soon begins making a bold change. And as the ranks of Kundo continue to expand, the corrupt nobility realizes that their rule is at an end. It is now… The Age of the Rampant!

The film will be shown in Korean with English subtitles.
The next free Korean Movie Night screening will be of THE PIRATES (2014, 130 min) on Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014.

Korean Cultural Center New York

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