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International Travel: Useful Layover Tips If You Have a Connecting Flight in Seoul

Whether having a two-hour layover or a 24-hour wait at Seoul's Incheon International Airport, the long wait doesn't have to be boring. South Korea's tourism industry offers travelers a variety of options on what to do and how to maximize their short visit. In fact, the hardest part may be choosing which package would be most ideal to check out. Two Hours of Free Time If you have two hours to spare, you can either stay at the airport for

My Film ‘Technophilia’ is Film of the Day at Viddsee

How does technology affect your life? Shot December 2008, premiered June 2009... 6 years after premiere and 3 years after last award, Technophilia is still getting around. Check it out as "Film of the Day" for Viddsee, curated by Alem Ang. Shooting Format: 16mm Screening Format: HD Running Time: 7 minutes Acknowledgments: Colorwheel Media Studios, Korean Film Council (KOFIC), Korean Academy of Film Arts (KAFA), and Korea University (KU), Asian Film Professionals Training Program, Hit Productions You can check out more about the film via its Facebook

Pinoy filmmakers shine at Busan International Film Fest ‘09

The film city of Busan, Korea paved way for another successful year for the prestigious Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) from Oct. 8 to 16, 2009. The Philippines, once again, made big waves in this year’s festival. In its 14th year, BIFF has truly evolved to become one of the most important film festivals that filmmakers, film professionals, cinephiles, and the general film audience look forward to every October. For this year, 355 films from 70 countries (a record number) were

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