FOUR films will be screened in Bahrain as part of the 2019 Korea Movie Weeks festival.
Organised by the Korean Embassy, the fifth edition of the event opens on December 5 with Extreme Job.
The 2019 action-comedy focuses on narcotics detectives working under cover in a chicken joint to try and smash a gang of organised criminals.
However, things take an unexpected turn when their new recipe suddenly transforms the run-down restaurant into the hottest eatery in town.
Action–thriller Train to Busan will be screened on December 11, which tells the story of a father and daughter battling for life against zombies on a train trip.
Keys to the Heart, which will be screened on December 18, is a comical drama of two brothers, one of whom is autistic, uniting to find the right tunes for brotherhood.
The last film, Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island, will be screened on December 25.
The historical comedy portrays an adventurous journey set in the 19th year of King Jeongjo’s reign.
The storyline follows a detective and his sidekick who investigate a deadly counterfeiting ring threatening the Joseon dynasty.
All screenings will be open to the public free of charge at Seef Mall’s Cineco Complex, starting at 7pm.
For more information, call the embassy at 17531120 between 8am and 4pm.