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Korea is a 1996 Irish feature film directed by Cathal Black and produced by Darryl Collins based on a short story by John McGahern. In 1996 Korea won the Asta Nielsen Best Film Award at the Copenhagen Film Festival and was runner-up for the Audience Prize at the Seattle Film Festival.
Korea: Battleground for Liberty is a 1959 documentary film about the Korean War directed by John Ford.
Saturday Night Live Korea is a South Korean late-night live television sketch comedy and variety television program broadcast on general service cable channel tvN. It is adapted from the long-running American TV show Saturday Night Live on NBC, and the show's executive producers are Lorne Michaels and Jennifer Danielson from SNL Studios and Broadway Video, which licences the format. The weekly program premiered on December 3, 2011, and aired on Saturdays at 22:50.
A Yank in Korea is a 1951 American film directed by Lew Landers and starring Lon McCallister. It was one of the first movies about the Korean War.
Why Korea? is a 1950 American short documentary film produced by Edmund Reek. In 1951, it won an Oscar for Documentary Short Subject at the 23rd Academy Awards. The Academy Film Archive preserved Why Korea? in 2005.
Cassino to Korea is a 1950 American documentary film directed by Eugene Genock. The film stars Quentin Reynolds, Jackson Beck, James W. Logan and David Ludlum. The film was released on October 3, 1950, by Paramount Pictures.
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