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    [K-Movie] Korea’s First ‘Sinkhole’ Disaster Film Hits Local Cinemas on 26 August

    11 years of saving gone in 2 weeks. That was the harsh reality that hit Dong-won (Kim Sung-kyun) when his dream home came crashing down one day, forcing him to abandon it in order to survive. A sinkhole disaster film led and directed by Director Kim Ji-hoon (The Tower), the story follows a disaster that took place 500m underground as a group of survivors struggle to survive during this dire situation. Starring an incredible ensemble of cast such as Cha Seung-won, Kim Sung-kyun, Lee Kwang-soo and Kim Hye-jun, SINKHOLE will depict how ordinary people deal with a sudden disaster and how they
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    [K-Movie] Kim Yoon-seok and Jo In-sung Attempt An ‘Escape from Mogadishu’

    From the director of Veteran (2015) and The Berlin File (2013), Escape from Mogadishu is about a dramatic battle in the city of Mogadishu, when civil war breaks out in 1991. The film depicts the desperate struggle of a group of diplomats attempting to survive and escape from the civil war. Starring an outstanding ensemble of cast, Escape from Mogadishu marks the first on-screen pairing of veteran actors Kim Yoon-seok and Jo In-sung, joined by Huh Joon-ho, Koo Kyo-hwan, Kim So-jin, Jung Man-sik, Kim Jae-hwa and Park Gyeong-hye. It is said that the filmmakers of this movie focused primarily on preserving the
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    A Roundup Of Korean-Inspired Self-Photo Studios In Singapore

    Taking photos at self-photo studios is the latest trend in Singapore and it’s not hard to see why — it’s easy, fun and the result is great. The concept is similar to the popular Photomatic self-photo studio in Korea, where you get to click away on the shutter clicker and have full control over the photos taken. As there is no photographer involved, you get to let yourself loose and pose however you want; say goodbye to awkward-looking photos. While most may be more familiar with Fotomat Studios, which first brought this concept here, there are a few more of
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    [K-Movie] Horror Unfolds at the Haunted ‘Ghost Mansion’, Out in Cinemas 15 July

    An omnibus film containing five horror chapters is about to hit the cinemas this July. Starring Sung-joon, Kim Hong-pa and Kim Bo-ra, GHOST MANSION centers on the bizarre events that take place in an abandoned apartment complex called Gwanglim Mansion. The story follows a mystery plot that will unfold with clues leading to a bigger story and a shocking ending. Each episode is intertwined with one another, presenting a chilling and realistic horror with stories of apartments based on everyday life that could be experienced by anyone in today’s world. Film Synopsis: Webtoon writer Ji-woo (Sung-joon) arrives at a shabby apartment
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    [K-Movie] ‘BLACKPINK: The Movie’ To Be Released In Singapore This August

    Consisting of members Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa, global K-pop sensation BLACKPINK will be celebrating the 5th anniversary of their debut with a theatrical release of the film ‘BLACKPINK: The Movie’. The film will be shown at theatres in over 100 nations, including Singapore! From 4 to 8 August, Singapore fans can catch the film at various theatres. 2016 marked the start of the powerful girl group’s career, with their debut single ‘Boombayah’ reaching the top of every record chart in South Korea within only four hours of its release. Five years later, BLACKPINK has established thesmelves and risen to




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