On our way to a preview of Private - an Italian movie that shows the very human face of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict as a house becomes commandeered by soldiers - we were surprised to bump into Cho-Rong-Yi and Saek-Dong-Yi (the cuddly figures pictured to the right). Turns out that the Prince Charles cinema is playing host to the 3rd Annual London Korean Film Festival and what's more the screenings are absolutely FREE. Tickets are going fast, the last time we looked there were at least six movies that you can still reserve seats for. More tickets for EVERY screening will be handed out 30 minutes prior to the start of each movie, but be sure to get there early as these will go fast too.
Along with the movies there is classical music at St. Giles in the Fields and a night of Korean rock at the Mean Fiddler on Thursday: Acid-pop/electronica from Roller Coaster supported by Soundscape (who list their current classes at UCL!) and 'promotional artist' Lee Lee.
Gotta be worth a tenner or so...
And if that's not enough the evening screenings will feature free Korean BBQ Sauce!
You can reserve your seats right here.
And by the way...we highly recommend Private too. It opens here on Friday.