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Traveling Seoul LGBT Film Festival Back in Seoul

Argh! I didn't have time to write about queer happenings this weekend, which means I forgot to write about the fact that the Seoul LGBT film festival is back in town. Such a bad blogger... However, you can still make it to the second day. KU Cinema will be screening five films on Sunday, November 9th. 

Here is a quick line up of the movies: 

Another Queer Weekend: This Is Halloween and the Queer Film Festival in Jeonju

Seoul has a lot going on this weekend for gay Christmas and it starts tomorrow! If you want to join Gay Friends in Seoul for a screening of Young Frankenstein, join us tomorrow, Thursday, November 30th, at The Hidden Cellar in HBC at 7 pm.

Although I haven't noticed any specific parties lined up for this Friday (Halloween), Homo Hill is likely to be full of people. If you see a purple-haired Glinda the Gay with a handsome Wicked Bitch of the East, say hi to the Kimchi Queen and his boyfriend.

Andrew Ahn's Upcoming Film: Spa Night

Korean-American director Andrew Ahn (do you remember Dol?) is crowdfunding for a new film about a Korean-American teenager who discovers an 'underground culture of  gay sex' at his new workplace: a Korean spa.

Very Queer at Indie Plus

For those who haven't had a chance to see this season's gay films, Indie Plus is screening The Gays Are Coming Volume 3 Some, Night Flight, First Dance, and Stranger By the Lake over the weekend of October 10th through October 12th. While there won't be English subtitles, First Dance looks like it has English subtitles for the parts in Korean and Korean subtitles for the parts in English and Stranger by the Lake is in French.

The Gays Are Coming: Volume 3 Some

The third volume of the Gays are Coming (check out Volume I and Volume II) will be screened on the 13th, 17th, and 20th of September in Seoul and on the 27th in Busan. This year's volume is titled 3Some and has quite a sexy poster.

Night Flight Screening with English Subtitles!

Good news for Seoulites! Leesong Hee-il's new queer film Night Flight (야간비행) is being screened with English subtitles over the Chuseok weekend at Indie Space Theater.

New Release: One Night Only

Kim Jho Gwang Su and Kim Tae-yong's new omnibus film is now playing in theaters in Korea. I haven't seen any showings with English subtitles, but it my viewers are interested in seeing the film, they can check out Naver Movie's page with showtimes and theaters (Korean). If your Korean isn't good enough to get through the website but you still want to try to make a showing, write a comment below telling me what city you live in in Korea or what neighborhood in Seoul and I can find the closest theater and showtimes.

Korea Queer Film Festival 2014

I'm at the airpot heading to Korea and realized that the Korean Queer Film Festival is going on right now! I'm the worst gay blogger in Korea :-(
The festival will continue until Sunday, June 15th. English information can be found at The only Korean films are short films, unfortunately, but there are a handful of films in English or with English subtitles. 

Queerean Town Film Screening

Queerean Town, an LGBTQ group for Koreans in the Toronto area, is presenting their first event on June 14th: a Queer Korean Film Screening.

Second Life: The Gays are Coming 2

If you missed the screening of these short films in November, you have a second chance to see a series of queer Korean short films.

There are three screenings:

On Wednesday (2/26), you can see the films starting at 7 pm near Chungmuro Station at Oh! Zemidong Theater. (The theater is in the station).

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