|ⓒ Eastern Intersection Log|
[여주] The Yeoju Sejong Foundation for Culture and Tourism (Chairman Lee Sun-yeol) will hold a “pop-up cinema” at Silleuksa Temple for 9 days from the 20th to the 28th.
As part of the “35th Yeoju Ceramics Festival”, this event is a special “pop-up cinema” in a large circular dome tent, where you can see films of various genres. In particular, a large 300-inch screen will be installed to add fun and immersion to the film with vibrant picture quality comparable to that of an indoor cinema.
From Wednesday the 17th, advance reservations are free and holders of a reservation ticket can enter first. Depending on the reservation situation, entry is possible on site, and a small popcorn is presented to visitors who reserve in advance.
The movie is made up of content that can be enjoyed by men and women of all ages. Works that can be enjoyed by families, such as
Film screenings were scheduled at 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. on weekdays and at 11:00 a.m., 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. on weekends.
Lee Soon-yeol, Chairman of the Board, said, “This year’s ‘Yeoju Ceramics Festival’ welcomes visitors as a cultural tourism festival that offers a variety of cultural and artistic programs beyond sales and of the introduction of pottery.” I hope you enjoy watching and having a good time.”
For more information on pop-up cinema, visit the Yeoju Sejong Culture & Tourism Foundation website (www.yjcf.or.kr).
Reporter Lee Sang-pil email@example.com
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