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‘Bandar Band’ from Iran grabs South Korean accolade
Iran’s feature film ‘Bandar Band,’ directed by Manijeh Hekmat, won the NETPAC award at the 2021 Ulju Mountain Film Festival (UMFF) in South Korea, held April 2-11.
South Korean PM to visit Iran soon: Report
South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-Kyun is reportedly planning to visit Tehran soon to discuss the issues pertaining to a seized ship, Hankuk Chemi, by Iran.
Iran’s ‘The Castle’ wins award at South Korean festival
Iranian short film ‘The Castle’ grabbed the Sinchon Prize and the Best Medium Film awards at the 2020 edition of the Sinchon Image Festival in South Korea.
South Korean director Kim Ki-duk dies of COVID-19, aged 59
The South Korean filmmaker Kim Ki-duk died at 59 in a Latvian hospital, where he was being treated for COVID-19. The news was initially reported by Vitaly Mansky, director of Latvia’s Artdocfest film festival, later confirmed by Kim’s family in the Korean media. Kim was understood to be developing a film project set in the Baltic region when he became ill.
South Korean economy's trade reliance at three-year low: Data
South Korea's reliance on trade reached the lowest in three years last year due to a slump in overseas sales, data showed on Sunday.
North Korea expresses ‘regret’ over ‘unfortunate’ killing of South Korean: Seoul
Seoul said North Korea expressed regret over the “unfortunate” and “unexpected” killing of a South Korean official for fear of carrying the coronavirus in the North’s territory this week.
South Korean carmakers to suffer 28-trillion-won cash shortage
South Korean carmakers and auto parts firms will suffer a cash shortage of over 28 trillion won ($23 billion) if the coronavirus outbreak continues to affect the automobile industry for the next four months, a local industry association said.
Trump bemoans South Korean film’s historic Oscars win
By most accounts, South Korean director Bong Joon-ho’s critically acclaimed film ‘Parasite’ — a provocative commentary on class warfare packaged into a dark comedic thriller — deserved all the awards it received.
More South Korean coal power plant curbs needed to tackle pollution: Advisory group
South Korea should close up to a quarter of its coal-fired power plants between December and February and nearly half in March in a bid to tackle pollution, an advisory body headed by former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said on Monday.
Japan rejects South Korean attempt to air trade row at WTO
Japan told the World Trade Organization on Wednesday that its controls on exports to South Korea were based on national security concerns, and did not constitute an embargo or an issue appropriate for discussion at the WTO.
South Koreans hit Japan’s PM with kimchi during rally in Seoul
South Korean protesters have staged rallies in the capital Seoul against Japan amid a trade dispute between the two countries.
Kim Jong-un’s sister meets with South Korean officials at border
A letter from Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, expressing his condolences on the death of a former South Korean first lady was delivered to South Korean officials at the countries’ border on Wednesday by Kim’s sister, officials said.

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