Movies so cheap, they're free!
Here are the places you can see the good movies for free!
■ Busan Arts Center
Busan Arts Center in Daeyeon-dong is showing films at 4 p.m. every third Tuesday until December. The Hong Kong film Almost a Love Story will be shown Feb. 20; Korea's Bedeviled, March 20; The Red and the Black from France, April 17; Billy Elliot, from the United Kingdom, May 15; Canadian mystery-drama Incendies, June 19; the 1974 version of The Great Gatsby, July 17; the 1990 American thriller Misery, Aug. 21; Korean comedy-drama Miracle on First Street, Sept. 18; the 1942 Academy Award-nominated Random Harvest, Oct. 16; the 1995 American film The Bridges of Madison County, Nov. 20; the Ang Lee-directed 2007 film Lust, Caution concludes the slate of films on Dec. 18.
- Information: bsart.or.kr
- How to get there: Kyungsung University/Pukyong National University Station (Metro line 2), exit 3. Walk 10 minutes until the end of Pukyong National University on Yongso-ro. Cross the road.
F1963, the former wire manufacturing factory that is now a cultural complex in Mangmi-dong, offers free movie showings or acoustic performances in its open square every day at 5 and 7 p.m. Inclement weather may cancel events. Information about movies and more can be found on the f1963.org/en homepage by the end of each month.
- Schedule: http://f1963.org/en/?c=art&s=1&syear=2018&gp=1&gbn=viewok&ix=85
- How to get there: Suyeong Station (Metro lines 2 and 3), exit 5. Take bus 54 to the Sangjeong Apartment bus stop. Or, Mangmi Station (Metro line 3), exit 1. Take mini bus 2, also to the Sanjeong Apartment stop. F1963 is located near Costco.