Screening Korean films with English subtitle in every Thursday evenings and it’s free for everyone (KCC members and non-members).

There might be people who haven’t seen a Korean film out there, but there is no one who has seen a Korean film once only. We bet once you join our fantastic event, you will fall in love with Korean films.

Time:  Doors open at 18:00. Screening starts at 18:30 and doors close at 18:40. **No one’s allowed to get in after doors closed.**

Venue:  Korean Cultural Centre Australia

Who can join?  Everyone can join this event (Booking required)

How to book?

Please RSVP with the movie title, your name, number of seats and contact number via;

2017 Cinema-K Program

  • March – The special of the best male actor winner at 2016 Blue Dragon Film Awards, Lee Byung-hun.
  • April – The special of the best female actor winner at 2016 Blue Dragon Film Awards, Kim Min-Hee.
  • May – Month of Family Special
  • June – War movie special
  • October – Historical Film Special
  • November & December – Films with Sports in it

The special of the best female actor winner at 2016 Blue Dragon Film Awards,

Kim Min-Hee. 


Hong-yun is a high school girl in little mountain village when she falls head-over-heels for a handsome new school teacher, Mr. Jang. What with taking care of her youngest baby brother for her widowed mother and the impossible age difference, it is a roller-coaster ride for her as she tries to become someone special for Mr. Jang while he seems interested in the other new teacher at the school, Miss Yang.

13TH APR - MOBY DICK (모비딕)

Seo In-woo (Lee Byung-hun) unexpectedly falls in love with In Tae-hee (Lee Eun-ju), a student at the same university, when she asks to borrow his umbrella in a rainstorm. It is love at first sight for In-woo, and they start dating after only a couple of weeks. Tae-hee dies suddenly in a car crash.

17 years later, In-woo is married to another woman with a daughter, and is working as a high school teacher. He starts to notice similarities between a new student of his, Hyun-bin, and Taehee. In-woo struggles with the concept of falling in love with his student, and they both get bullied by other students at the school for treated as being homosexual. They both overcome their fears with the realization that Hyun-bin is Tae-hee reincarnated, and they are soulmates. The movie ends with a shot of them in New Zealand jumping off a bridge hand in hand. It is unclear whether they mean to end their lives together and both be reincarnated again.


Gangland boss Kang (Kim Yeong-Cheol) suspects his girlfriend of being unfaithful and sends his trusted right hand man Sun-woo (Lee Byung-Hun), to sort out the problem. In an uncharacteristic moment of weakness, Sun-woo falls for Hee-Su (Shin Min-A), taken in by her grace and humanity. When Sun-woo finally catches Huei-Su with her lover, he finds himself unable to kill her and allows her to flee. This infuriates Kang and order his thugs to savagely beat him and leave him for dead. However, they do not finish the job and when Sun-woo eventually revives himself, he has nothing but vengeance on his mind.

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