Korean Ambassador to Bahrain Hae-Kwan Chung and his staff welcomed their guests to the eighth edition of the annual festival at the STC Drive-in BH in Bahrain Bay.
The embassy said it anticipates around 1,000 people will watch the three screenings this week.
On November 26, the festival will screen the comedy-drama “Family Hood”, a story of an aging “self-centered” actress who takes a momentum with a decision to become a mother in quest of essence and purpose on life.
On November 29, the 2019 disaster action comedy “EXIT” will wrap the film festival for this year. Exit is a shocking turn of events that lead a rock climber, who is busy preparing his mother’s birthday party, to save everyone from a poisonous gas spread across the city.
Festival organizers have invited people planning to watch any of the movies to register through an online form for each movie, explaining that car parks are limited and entry is restricted to registered audience.
Each car can have a maximum of four passengers, although, for better view, two passengers per car is recommended.
SUVs will be designated in the back rows of the venue while sedans will be taken front rows. The venue opens at 6:30 pm and the movies start at 7 pm.