A five-day South Korean film festival will be kicked off at the National Museum auditorium in the city on 1 October.
State minister of power, energy and mineral resources Nasrul Hamid will attend the inaugural ceremony as the chief guest while public diplomacy ambassador of the Korean embassy as a special guest, the embassy said on Thursday.
The South Korean embassy will host the festival as part of its initiatives to strengthen cultural ties between the two countries, reports UNB news agency.
The Korean Film Festival, 2016 will begin with the film ‘No Breathing’ on the day while the inaugural ceremony will be held at 3:00pm.
Other films – A Hard Day, Born to Sing, My Love and My Bride – will also be screened during the festival.
The embassy said the film festival will provide a good opportunity for Bangladesh people to enjoy and appreciate universal world of movie shared by Koreans with a certain level of its uniqueness.