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Korean Film ‘The King’s Letters’ Gets U.S. Distribution — Forbes

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— by Joan MacDonald: The King’s Letters will be screened at 10 locations across the U.S., only days after its release in Korea. The film, which stars Song Kang Ho, Park Hae Il and Jeon Mi Sun, tells the story of the nation’s King Sejong (1397-1450), the man who invented Hangul, the nation’s unique phonetic alphabet…

Image: King Sejong and Buddhist monk Shin Mi may have collaborated to develop Hangul, courtesy of M-Line Distribution

July 18, 2019

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