Japanese-language film opens in S. Korea

South Koreans visit a theater in Seoul to watch a movie made in South Korea, featuring Japanese dialogue and actors. The movie opened to the public on Nov. 28 at theaters in South Korea as part of President Kim Dae Jung's gradual removal of a decades-old ban on imports of Japanese culture. The film, ''Kazoku (Family) Cinema,'' was directed by South Korean director Pak Cheor Su and produced with South Korean capital. It is based on a prize-winning Japanese-language novel by Miri Yuu, a permanent Korean resident of Japan. ==Kyodo

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