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Love Forecast To Be Screened At Japan’s Shin-Okubo Film Festival In August


Congratulations to Seung Gi on his first movie debut! Not only did he recently win the popularity award on June 18th in Korea for Love Forecast; the movie was also screened at the Hawaii International Film Festival this past April.  Love Forecast will also be screened this coming August 15th and 17th in Japan’s Shin-Okubo Film Festival held from August 14th (Fri) to the 22nd (Sat). A total of 17 Asian movies are being shown with a majority of them from Korea.

As a side note, Shin-Okubo is located in Shinjuku, Tokyo. It has a high concentration of Koreans living there and is known as “Tokyo’s Korea Town”. Here is a link to learn more about Shin-Okubo.

Tickets are 2,000 Yen or approximately $16 US to watch all 17 movies. Tickets to watch individual movies are 500 Yen or approximately $4 US if purchased for an available seat on the same day. Tickets must be purchased in advance per movie. Here is a trailer for the movies that will be screened. Love Forecast starts at the 1:47 mark.


Credit: kishidoubu


Link to movies and screening times: http://p-shinokubofilm.herokuapp.com/screens

Link to homepage: http://shinokubofilm.com/


Japanese to English translation by Elise, Lee Seung Gi Forever

2 thoughts on “Love Forecast To Be Screened At Japan’s Shin-Okubo Film Festival In August

  1. i hope, Oppa to win again this time ^.^ Oppa fightingg 😀

  2. Woahh, daebak! Congrats Love Forecast, congrats for Lee Seung Gi & Moon Chae Won..
    Beside won his love after 18 years, Junsu ssaem also get another good things in his life ^^

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