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"Alive" (2014).

Alive

Korean Movie Night New York: The harder a construction worker tries to improve his family's living condition, the more odds stack up against him. The film offers a powerful portrait of survival in the worst circumstances. more
"Fatal" (2012).

Fatal

Korean Movie Night New York: A man encounters the victim of a crime he participated in 10 years earlier. Will he be able to find forgiveness? more
"Gangnam Blues" (2015).

Gangnam Blues

Korean Movie Night New York: Directed by veteran filmmaker Yoo Ha, "Gangnam Blues" is a sleek and stylish action thriller starring TV heartthrob Lee Min-ho. more
L to R: "Alive," "Gangnam Blues," "The King of Jogku."

Emerging Talent - Korean Movie Night New York

April 14 - May 27: Ongoing Korean film series highlights emerging directors and actors. more
Seongsan Bridge casts a vibrant reflection on the Han River in Seoul, South Korea on February 28, 2015. (H.B. Kang/Flickr)

Photo of the Day: An Arched Reflection in South Korea

Seongsan Bridge casts a vibrant reflection on the Han River in Seoul, South Korea on February 28, 2015. (H.B. Kang/Flickr) more
"10 Minutes" (2013).

10 Minutes

Korean Movie Night New York: A young man learns office politics and reality the hard way in Korea's cut-throat corporate culture. more
"The King of Jokgu" (2013).

The King of Jokgu

Korean Movie Night New York: Arguably the funniest Korean movie in recent memory. Watch a man-child organize a jokgu (volleyball/soccer hybrid) tournament. more
John Delury (left) and H.E. William Paterson (right)

Meet the Author with John Delury

The Korea Center hosted the first book party of 2015 by welcoming John Delury to talk about, and answer questions on his new book, “Wealth and Power: China’s Long March to the Twenty-first Century”. more
L to R: Barbara Demick, Hitoshi Tanaka, Evans J.R. Revere, and Victor Cha discuss security in Northeast Asia (Ellen Wallop/Asia Society)

Video: 'At the End of the Day, China Has North Korea's Back'

Panelists with expertise on Northeast Asia discuss relationships in the region and what security threats have arisen from North Korea and other issues. more
People release sky lanterns in Pinghsi, a township in Taiwan's northern Taipei County, to celebrate the annual Lantern Festival on Feb. 28, 2010. (Patrick Lin/AFP/Getty Images)

Here's How Families in Three Asian Countries Welcome the Lunar New Year

Happy Lunar New Year from Asia Society! As hundreds of millions travel home to celebrate with their families, here's a look at the legends, customs, and foods that mark the occasion in China, Korea, and Vietnam. more