korea is buzzing with food festivals and food festivals in March, and it seems as if the new film, “Eyes of Korea,” will make it into the mix.
The film, directed by Korean filmmaker Kang Sang-hun and produced by his brother Park Hyung-dong, is set to open March 13 in Korea, and will be a big hit in the country, where there are currently around 60 festivals a year, according to a Korean Film Commission statement.
“Eyes,” based on the novel by Lee Jin-man, is a movie that focuses on the experiences of a Korean couple who try to find their happiness in a foreign country, including a trip to China and a honeymoon in the U.S. It will be distributed nationwide in Korea by KFC, Jollibee, KFC Japan, and Burger King.
The movie will be the first Korean film to hit the Korean market in a year.
Park Hyung’s film, which will also be distributed in Korea in March and in other markets in the United States in early 2018, will be released on DVD, Blu-ray, and digital download.
It’s a departure from the film that was released in 2016.
That film, starring Park Sang-ho and Kim Jong-sik, had a limited release in Korea with limited screenings in several theaters.
Kang Sang-han, the film’s producer, told the Hollywood Reporter that the two brothers have been working on a film for a while and are excited to share it with the world.
“The film is the culmination of a very long process and we hope that the film will help us to better understand and appreciate the country and its people,” Kang Sang said.
“We have a lot of people who have been in Korea for a long time and have had a lot to say.
We hope the film might help to bring them back into the country.
The film will be very much a Korean film.
We’re very excited.”
The movie’s director, Kang, and producer Lee, who also directs “Kong: Skull Island,” also worked on the “Frozen” franchise.
The two have worked together on a number of projects, including “Sharknado,” “The Avengers: Age of Ultron,” and “The Fate of the Furious.”
The new film has been made by the brothers through their company, K-K Films, and is in the final stages of production.
Park and Kang have collaborated on “Furious 7” and “Dunkirk,” as well as on “The Jungle Book.”
The film stars James McAvoy, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds, and John Boyega.
It also stars Idris Elba, James McConaughey, John Boylan, and Chiwetel Ejiofor.