If you weren’t able to make the recent London Korean Film Festival, then don’t worry! The LKFF are taking highlights from this year’s festival on a UK tour.

The tour began yesterday in Belfast and will travel to five other cities: Glasgow, Edinburgh, Sheffield, Manchester and Nottingham. The tour will conclude on the 25th November, so book your tickets soon if you don’t want to miss out!

Films included in the programme are: Microhabitat, The Poet and the Boy, The Return and more! Not all films are showing at all locations, so check out the full programme below! Make sure to select a city if you wish to book tickets.

Belfast

Microhabitat
When: 16th November, 6:30pm
Where: Queens Theatre

Little Forest
When: 17th November, 6:30pm
Where: Queens Theatre

The Return
When: 18th November, 5:00pm
Where: Queens Theatre

Glasgow

Microhabitat (Introducton by David Martin Jones)
When: 16th November, 6:00pm
Where: Glasgow Film Theatre

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The Poet and the Boy
When: 24th November, 3:30pm
Where: Glasgow Film Theatre

Edinburgh

Little Forest (Introduction by Hannah McGill)
When: 16th November, 6:00pm
Where: Edinburgh Filmhouse

Microhabitat (Introduction by Michael Sorfa)
When: 18th November, 3:45pm
Where: Edinburgh Film House

The Poet and the Boy (Introduction by Hannah McGill)
When: 21st November, 8:35pm
Where: Edinburgh Film House

Sheffield

Little Forest (Introduction by Chi Yun Shin)
When: 19th November, 6:15pm
Where: Showroom Cinema

The Running Actress (Introduction by Kate Taylor-Jones)
When: 22nd November, 6:15pm
Where: Showroom Cinema

The Return
When: 25th November, 6:15pm
Where: Showroom Cinema

Manchester

Microhabitat
When: 24th November, 1:20pm
Where: Home

Little Forest
When: 25th November, 3:50pm
Where: Home

Nottingham

Little Forest (Introduction by Chi Yun Shin)
When: 25th November, 6:30pm
Where: Broadway Cinema

The Return (Introduction by Chi Yun Shin)
When: 24th November, 6:30pm
Where: Broadway Cinema

We hope everyone attending enjoys the films!

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