Han So Hee and Lee Yoo Mi’s LGBTQ+ Movie to Screen at Jeonju International Film Festival

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Queer films starring Lee Yoo Mi and Han So Hee will be screened at the 24th Jeonju International Film Festival.

Today, the Jeonju International Film Festival revealed the films selected for its Korean competition section. This section of the festival is dedicated to showcasing the debut or sophomore feature films of directors from Korea.

No Heaven, But Love. is a series directed by Han Jay that follows the lives of LGBTQ+ youth. The story is set in 1999 at a high school taekwondo club and portrays friendship, love, and the challenges young LGBTQ people face, including chronic violence and sexual assault. The performances of actors like Park Soo Yeon and Lee Yoo Mi are particularly impressive and noteworthy.

Director Yoon Soo Ik’s latest film Heavy snow marks his return after a ten-year break and tells the story of two girls growing into adulthood and exploring friendship and love. The two high school friends share a range of emotions as they travel between Gangneung and Seoul and fall in love. Despite the disjointed time and space, the film captures the steadfast emotions of the two girls. It’s also enjoyable to see Han So Hee portraying a youthful character in the film.

Credit: Jeonju International Film Festival

In addition to these two films, a total of 11 films, including Flowers of Mold, From You, Unidentified, A Tour Guide, Night Walk, Sugung-The Underwater Palace, Warm Welcome, Regardless of Us and Small Fry, will be screened in the Korean competition section.

The 24th Jeonju International Film Festival will be held for ten days from April 27th to May 6th.

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Source: Jeonju International Film Festival

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