Below is information about Sunday's screenings. (For information about the two films that will be shown today, Saturday, click here.)
Synopsis (courtesy The Korea Society): In Sunny, director Kang Hyeong-chul (Speedy Scandal) tells a tale about a group of high school friends who go their separate ways after a sudden accident. Twenty-five years later, Na-mi—who’s married and has a daughter but feels something missing in her life—runs into old friend Chun-hwa, and decides to seek out the others. With great performances and a charming storyline, Sunny was Korea’s biggest box-office hit in Korea 2011.
Synopsis (courtesy The Korea Society): Upon hearing news of his father’s death, Ryu Hae-guk travels to an isolated village, where he soon realizes that the increasingly threatening villagers are hiding something from him. The mystery behind his father’s death continues to unravel in this atmospheric thriller, as Ryu learns that his father was a savior to this small town and shared absolute power with the town chief.
Synopsis (courtesy The Korea Society): A hot-tempered former professional baseball player is sent to the countryside to coach a team of hearing-impaired players—all in an effort to avoid media coverage of his recent involvement in an assault case. At first, he’s skeptical but as he spends time with the players he starts to believe in them and decides to help them prepare for the nationals.