The 27th Busan International Film Festival has been held for the first time in three years and has entered a 10-day schedule.
The opening ceremony held at the outdoor stage of the Busan Cinema Center in Haeundae-gu yesterday afternoon was held with cheers from movie fans with 5,000 seats sold out.
At the red carpet event that preceded the opening ceremony, director Im Kwon-taek, the master of Korean cinema, and director Kim Han-min of the movie ‘Hansan;
The opening ceremony began with a video commemorating the late actress Kang Su-yeon, who passed away in May, and continued with the video of the deceased’s acting life and tribute.
Hong Kong actor Yang Jo-wi, who won the Asian Film Actor of the Year Award, said, “It’s an honorable award. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to come to Busan and meet Korean fans again.”
The Busan International Film Festival will be held for 10 days until the 14th, and you can meet more than 350 films, including 242 films from 71 countries that have been officially invited and 9 new OTT films.
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