Korean Film Night Exhibition to be Held at the Korean Cultural Center in Berlin
A special event will be held to promote Korean films in Berlin during the 65th Berlin International Film Festival, which is running from February 5th to the 15th. The Korean Film Council (Chairman KIM Sae-hoon) will host the Korean Film Night reception at the Korean Cultural Center in Berlin beginning at 8 pm on February 9th to introduce Korean films to filmmakers and actors from around the world. The event will invite those involved with the Festival, foreign buyers, other international film festivals and markets, the media, and Korean filmmakers and actors who are participating in this year’s Berlin International Film Festival.

Every year, Korean Film Night was successfully held with the participation of major guests from the festival and those from other international film festivals. The event serves as a popular venue for meetings between Korean and foreign filmmakers and actors as well, while providing an opportunity to enjoy Korean food and learn about Korean culture. This year, Korean Film Night will offer Korean foods and “Makgoli” (Korean rice wine) in order to promote not only Korean films but Korean culture as well.   
On top of that, visitors to the event will be able to see posters of Korean films and photographs of the directors that have been invited to Berlinale in the past. The exhibition will be held at the Korean Cultural Center in Berlin throughout the festival dates. The Korean Film Council will run a “Korean Cinema Room” on the second floor of the center from 10 am to 6 pm from February 5th to 13th. Korean Cinema Room is designed to offer meeting spaces to Korean filmmakers during the festival and EFM, and will be equipped with DVD screening rooms and beverages, bringing more convenience film industry professionals.