Noida: ICMEI- International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry in association with Indo Korea Film and Cultural Forum of Marwah Studios hosted the second day of the Festival of Films from South Korea, showcasing a diverse range of cinematic gems from the country. The festival has been organized in collaboration with the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, , with the aim to promote cultural exchange and strengthen the bond between the two nations.
The second day of the festival saw a screening of some of the best films from South Korea, including Silence of Love by Myung Ku HAN, We Gon’ Be Alright by Min Kook Park and Jessy Was Twenty by Myung Ku HAN. The audience was treated to a visual feast of storytelling, with each film exploring different themes and styles.
Speaking on the occasion, the President of Marwah Studios, expressed his gratitude to the Embassy of the Republic of Korea and the Korean Team for their support in organizing the festival. He also emphasized the importance of such cultural exchanges in promoting mutual understanding and friendship between nations. This is a wonderful opportunity for audience to experience the rich and diverse cinema of South Korea,” Marwah added.
Zena Chung Goodwill Ambassador International Human Rights Protection Services from South Korea, Jae Ho Lee President of Independent OTT Platform South Korea, Myung Ku Han Film Director from South Korea, Alfredo Caldera Charge d’ Affaires of Embassy of Venezuela, Namsook Om and Heabin Song from Korea India Cultural Exchange Association, Wang Xinming Minister Counsellor Embassy of China were the guests of Honour.