Kyoppo Power Pt 2

I just got this in the email box (what better reason to give thanks on this day). For those of you in Seoul , Henry Yoo has organized a John Cho / Michael Kang screening series to help promote the release of West 32nd. If you haven’t been able to see The Motel or Harold and Kumar, you can now for free.

Check it out:

Greetings and Happy (US) Thanksgiving:
 
Please forward this email to anyone who might be interested in helping out Asian-American movies or just want to enjoy some movies and have a good time.  As you might know “West 32nd Street” is now in threaters in the greater Seoul area (Please see letter from director attached below).  As my small way of doing a grassroots effort of spreading the word of the movie, I am offering FREE SCREENINGS THIS WEEKEND of the director’s first movie (critically acclaimed indy) and John Cho’s “Harold and Kumar” (with Korean subtitles) at various times at my Sinchon Screening Room.
 
The attachment is an Adobe Reader file of the below (minus the director’s memo and website links) in a very nicely presentable way with visuals.  Feel free to print and distribute as needed.
 
Another idea would be to plan group screenings where we can meet at selected theatres and times and watch “West 32nd” together and meet up afterwards (perhaps World Cup Stadium or Yongsan).  I saw it at the Pusan Film Festival and thought it was the best Korean-American movie ever (okay…there are only a handful), “The Motel” is very charming and “Harold and Kumar” doesn’t need an introduction I guess.
 
All are welcome, but since seating is limited per screening (16 seats), there is a SIMPLE reservation system (1.  Reserve on website bulletin board  OR 2.  Send short email with name, screening time, and cell number  OR 3.  If NOT near a computer, send text message with name, screening time, and cell number OR  4.  Just show up and hope there is room).  You can reserve more than one seat.  As a courtesy to others, if you cannot show up, please update website, send email, or text with the same info. 
 
Sorry for the short notice, but I thought the sooner the better would be greater than not doing this at all.
 
Henry Yoo
www.geocities.com/koreanmovieclub
koreanmovieclub@yahoo.com
011-382-1132     


WEST 32ND MOVIE SCHEDULE: http://www.cgv.co.kr/

HELP SUPPORT ASIAN-AMERICAN FILMS!

WEST 32ND
A lawyer (John Cho of “American Pie”) gets mixed up with Korean gangsters in New York City. West 32nd” takes the cameras inside New York’s gritty Korean underworld. Also features Grace Park of “Battlestar Galactica” fame. Directed by Michael Kang, a Korean-American filmmaker, and financed by CJ Entertainment, one of the biggest studios in Korea, this film is an experiment in Korean American collaboration. Now playing in CGV theaters across greater Seoul including Yongsan, Sungnam World Cup Stadium, Apkujung, Daehangno, Ilsan, Incheon and 3 other locations.

Visit cgv.co.kr or http://www.w32nd.com for more details and showtimes.

FREE MOVIE SCREENINGS

If you’re curious about West 32nd, THE SCREENING ROOM in Sinchon is offering FREE
SCREENINGS of John Cho’s HAROLD AND KUMAR (with Korean subtitles), and Michael
Kang’s critically acclaimed first film THE MOTEL.

HAROLD & KUMAR GO TO WHITE CASTLE
Watch this Asian-American classic again or invite someone new along for the ride.
Featuring West 32nd’s John Cho.

THE MOTEL
Thirteen-year-old Ernest Chin lives and works at a sleazy hourly-rate motel on a strip
of desolate suburban bi-way. Misunderstood by his family and blindly careening into
puberty, Ernest befriends Sam Kim, a self-destructive yet charismatic Korean man
who has checked in. Directed and written by West 32nd’s Michael Kang.

SCREENING TIMES
Limited Seating Available (16 seats per screening)

Fri., Nov. 23, 2007
  • 230p The Motel
  • 400p Harold and Kumar
  • 700p The Motel
  • 830p Harold and Kumar
  • 1000p The Motel
Sat., Nov. 24, 2007
  • 100p The Motel
  • 230p The Motel
  • 400p Harold and Kumar
  • 700p The Motel
  • 830p Harold and Kumar
  • 1000p The Motel
Sun., Nov. 25, 2007
  • 400p Harold and Kumar
  • 530p The Motel
  • 700p The Motel
  • 830p Harold and Kumar
The SCREENING ROOM is an intimate private mini-threater with comfortable sofas, 120-inch screen, stadium-style seating, surround sound and much more.

If you’d like to come or want more info, please check out http://www.geocities.com/koreanmovieclub or email koreanmovieclub@yahoo.com. Also email if you would like an email version of this flyer to send to others.

Contact: Henry 011-382-1132 (Text only if possible) Hope to see you soon. You’re welcome to bring your own snacks and drinks.

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