The Korean Cultural Centre UK have an upcoming drama screening event on Thursday 4th June. The screenings will be preceded by a discussion into what makes Korean dramas popular among UK audiences.

The KCCUK have a monthly drama screening on the first Thursday of every month. The first episode of a couple of Korean dramas are screened for the audiences enjoyment.

This month the episodes being screened are from ‘Mama‘ and ‘Big Man‘.

‘Mama’ is about a loving mother that sends her son to a foster family when she is diagnosed with a terminal illness. The series then follows her as she ends up inadvertently re-kindling some of her past relationships and even making new ones.

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‘Big Man’ is about a man who was orphaned when he was young, only to find out in adulthood that his is entitled to huge wealth. He works to investigate what happened to make his life take such a different path under what seems to be very suspicious circumstances.

The discussion and screenings will take place this Thursday (4th June) at 7pm-10pm in the KCCUK Multi-purpose Hall.

If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to the KKCUK by calling 0207 004 2600 or emailing them at


Korean Cultural Centre UK,
Grand Buildings,
1 – 3 Strand,

Main Entrance on Northumberland Avenue

[KCCUK Website].


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