APUC17: South Korean 'Parasite' Actor Lee Sun-Kyun for ‘Killing Romance,’ Oct. 7, 2023

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CHICAGO – Season 17 of Chicago’s Asian Pop-Up Cinema’s (APUC17) wraps up with a South Korean Cinema Showcase on October 6th-7th, 2023, featuring a special in-person appearance by actor Lee Sun-Kyun of the Oscar Best Picture “Parasite,” representing his new film “Killing Romance.” For appearance details and ticket info, click Lee Sun-Kyun.

The additional films and details for the weekend are (click titles) New Normal and The Childe on Friday, October 6th. On Saturday the 7th the day begins with Drive and an appearance by director Park Dong-Hee and culminates with “Killing Romance,” with director Lee Won Suk also in attendance.

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APUC17 South Korean Closing Night, October 7th, 2023
Photo credit: AsianPopUpCinema.org

APUC will honor Lee Sun-Kyun with their second ever APUC Excellent Achievement in Film Award as part of the Season 17 Closing Night.

Trailer, APUC17 South Korean Showcase …

Season 17 of the Asian Pop-Up Cinema presents South Korean Closing Weekend on October 6th-7th, 2023, at AMC New City, 1500 North Clybourn Avenue, Chicago. For a complete overview and schedule for the rest of the season, which takes place through October 7th, click here.

HollywoodChicago.com senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

By PATRICK McDONALD
Editor and Film Critic/Writer
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© 2023 Patrick McDonald, HollywoodChicago.com

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