The Korean Film Festival 2017 Is Here And Admission Is FREE!

Celebrate Korea’s epic movies culture at the Korean Film Festival 2017 happening 26th to 28th October! Organised by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Malaysia, Korean film-goers will get to enjoy a three-day event of reel viewing experience. A total of five hit films will be shown at Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) at Pavilion, KL. You’ll be able to pick and choose your preferred classics or award-winning film genres such as drama, action-thriller, and romance.

The admission is free and open to the public during the festival. To redeem your free tickets, all you have to do is print out or screenshot a photo or articles about the Festival from any publication, online postings from official Facebook Page or GSC digital channels and get two (2) complimentary tickets.

Collect them from the ticketing counters at GSC Pavilion. Redemption starts 19 October onwards and will be on the first-come-first-serve basis while tickets last.

Here are the films offered and their showtimes:





The Suspect Poster

Gong Yoo portrays Ji Dong-chul a former top special forces’ agents in North Korea but due to a change in political power, he was abandoned by the government while he was still on a mission. He set on a quest to search for his wife and daughter who were sold as slaves in China but only to discovered their remainings. Out to seek revenge, he plots to find the killer not knowing that he is the main suspect in a murder of a business executive with ties to Pyongyang. Follow Dong-chul as he goes on a mission to uncover the truth.

My Love, My Bride

A romantic comedy following a young couple Young-min(Jo Jung-suk) and Mi-young (Shin Min-ah) who got married right after graduating college and began facing disagreements with one another after their honeymoon period. They find themselves struggling to make their marriage work, so will the two be able to make up and what love really is?


A Hard Day

In 24 hours, Go Geon-soo (Lee Sun-kyu), a detective, receives a divorce notice from his wife and his mother passes away. That’s not all, him and co-workers are now investigated by police inspectors over alleged embezzlement. His fate became worse when he commits a fatal hit and run on his way to his mother’s funeral. Whilst all this is happening, somebody is actually watching Geon-soo’s every move. Catch the thriller to find out what Geon-soo has to do to now to make things right.

My Brilliant Life

The film is based on the 2011 novel, My Palpitating Life, a heartwarming story about two young parents with their oldest son who is diagnosed with the extremely rare genetic disorder progeria, a disease that makes its recipient rapidly age-prematurely. Now at 16, his body is that of an 80-year-old and he senses that his time to live is shortened. Before his 17th birthday, he decided to write a story for his parents. A story about how his parents – father played by Kang Dong-won and mother played by Song Hye-kyo – fell in love and how he came to be.


The Fatal Encounter

Based on a real-life assassination attempt on King Jeong-jo, the story unfolds with the King (Hyun Bin) being in power for only a year and has managed to dodge several failed assassination attempts and his position as king is threatened.  The king’s mother-in-law Queen Jungsoon together with the vassals
from Noron plot to assassinate the King. Meanwhile, an elite assassin (Jo Jung-suk) is forced to take down the king as his loved ones’ lives are in danger.


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