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Classic Movie Night at The Korea Society

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Classic Movie Night at The Korea Society

Classic Movie Night at The Korea SocietyVintage Korean Cinema on the Third Thursday of Every Month A new program at The Korea Society, and the first season will address representation of women in Korean films from the 1950s and 1960s. Each film will be followed by a brief lecture on the film’s history and context and an audience discussion period.  Time: June 21st (Thursday) at 6:30PMPlace: The Conference Room (The Korea Society) Lecturer: Sue-Young Park-Primiano (doctorial candidate, New York University)  Miss the directorial touch of Shin Sang-Ok? Can’t find a video store that has A Road to Return? The Korea Society’s Classic Movie Night is your answer. On every third week of Thursday at 6:30PM, The Korea Society will put on wide screen projections of films like A Seashore Village, A Flower in Hell and Sam-Ryong the Mute.Movies will be screened at The Korea Society in midtown Manhattan (950 Third Avenue, 8th Floor.) Tickets are available for $5 (members) & $10 (non-members) -refreshments will be included - at For more information contact Yuni Cho at (212) 759-7525, ext. 323 or   June 21st (Thursday)귀로 (A Road to Return)B&W, 90 min. 1967Director: Lee Man-HeeCasting: Kim Jin-Gyu, Mun Jeong-Suk, Jeon Gye-HyeonAlfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window, with all its raw tension, pluck out the violence and replace it with a complex web of emotional betrayal and voila, you have A Road to Return. With it, Lee tells the story of a disabled writer and his nursemaid wife whose wandering affections tear him between gratitude, jealousy and resignation.