Date: 04/03/2015 - 04/05/2015
Time: All Day
Location: Museum of the Moving Image (36-01 35th Ave., Queens)Price: Included with $12 admission
The Korea Society, in co-presentation with The Museum of the Moving Image, will present Action Korea, a series of five thrilling and suspenseful Korean action films over the course of three days. KUNDO: AGE OF THE RAMPANT, a martial arts, “Robin Hood”, epic film starts the series on Friday, April 3, at 7pm. The weekend will continue Saturday with the showing of the highest-grossing Korean movie of 2011, WAR OF THE ARROWS. It is about the heroic feats of an ancient noble marksman and filled with fast pacing combat sequences. On Saturday evening, CONFESSION OF MURDER will bring thrilling action that is perfect for the natural “Bourne” lovers and the head-spinning action addicts. In CONFESSION OF MURDER, Lee Du-seok writes a tell-all book about his string of murders which shatters the world of Lieutenant Choi, the officer responsible for the investigation of the serial killings. Action Korea will end on Sunday, April 5, with the films, THE MAN FROM NOWHERE and COMMITMENT. COMMITMENT is about the action-packed journey of Myung-hoon, a son of a North Korean spy, who is highly trained and goes to great lengths to protect his sister. THE MAN FROM NOWHERE, a multiple award winning movie that was number one at the Korean box office in 2010. One part Batman, one part Bourne, Korean mega-star, Won Bin, revamped his image as a hard man of action with this movie about a spy coming out of retirement to take on a ring of organ harvesters.See more cheap New York City events & things to do on Nifty NYC.
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