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Regional Film Commissions

GPFC (Gyeonggi Performing & Film Commission)
Introduction

Located in the central west area of Korea, Gyeonggi surrounds the cities of Seoul and Incheon and is bordered by the Yellow Sea to the west. It consists primarily of a fertile plain along the Han River, and maintains numerous historic legacies. Since it is in very close proximity to Seoul, it is the first place many filmmakers look to as a location and production site. GPFC was established in 2005 and since then has been providing one stop services for TV and film shoots in the Gyeonggi province. It has also been expanding its support into other areas including performing arts since 2009.
 
Location highlights
 
     • Hwaseong Haenggung, Suwon, a well preserved palace used as a temporary residence for the kings of the Chosun Dynasty
     • Korean Folk Village, a home to numerous collections of Korean cultural artifacts
     • Heyri Art Village where the beauty of modern architecture is in evidence
     • Hwaseong Osom Airfield where private light aircraft can take off and land
     • Gapyeong Zarasum, a turtle-shaped island
 
Incentive programs open to international productions

20% cash grant for production costs incurred in the Gyeonggi area, with a cap of KRW 100 mi, approx USD 85,000.
Recently Supported Productions
Hello Ghost by KIM Young-tak, Korea, 2010
I Saw the Devil by KIM Jee-woon, Korea 2010
 
Contacts

9F 202-Dong, Chunui Techno Park II, 202 Chunui-Dong,
Wonmi-Gu, Bucheon-Si, Gyeonggi-Do, 420-857, Korea
Tel +82-32-623-8042 Fax +82-32-623-8080
http://www.ggfc.or.kr