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Korean Film Festival In Australia
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September is usually a special cultural time in Adelaide as the Korean community celebrates the Mid-Autumn Festival with the Moon Lantern Festival in Elder Park. This September will be even more unforgettable as the Korean Film Festival (KOFFIA) tour of Australia arrives in Adelaide for the first time, after visiting Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth.

Korean Film Festival In Australia
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Presented by the Korean Cultural Office Australia an Samsung and supported by the Australia-Korea Foundation, which is part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) is marking its 5th year in 2014. So get ready for the Hallyu Wave from 23 to 26 September with some of the best and latest Korean movies including epic blockbusters, acclaimed art-house drama and revealing documentaries at the Greater Union Arndale Cinemas in Centro Shopping Centre.

Korean Film Festival In Australia
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You can enjoy 80 screenings that provide not only a broad coverage of the quality content from the Korean film industry but will take you on an intimate journey of Hallyuwood. To ensure everyone can enjoy the movies, all the films have English Subtitles. You can also enjoy FREE Korean snacks from Nongshim during selected screenings. Tickets can be purchased at the venue box office or online via KOFFIA. So mark the dates in your diary, select the films you want to see and grab your tickets before they are all gone.
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Why? Where else can you watch the best of Korean films?
When: Refer to website
Where: Greater Union Arndale Cinemas
Cost: $16 Adult, $12.50 Senior or Student, $11 Member
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