26th Busan International Film Festival: Song Joong Ki and Park So Dam to Host Opening Ceremony

The 26th Busan International Film Festival that will be hosted this coming October will feature Song Joong Ki and Park So Dam as hosts for the opening ceremony. The BIFF aims to introduce budding directors and new films to the audience creating a buzz for the first-timers.

The main attraction of this festival is the involvement and representation of the youth.

Are we excited to see Song Joong Ki and Park So Dam pair up?

If not for a movie, then surely for this award ceremony!

Song Joong Ki is the shining star of the Korean entertainment industry. We have seen him working on projects like Sungkyunkwan Scandal, A Werewolf Boy, The Innocent Man, the very popular Descendants of the Sun, Arthdal Chronicles, and the recent favourite to all Vincenzo, and so many more. His being chosen to be a part of this prestigious award ceremony does not come as surprise.

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In fact, Song Joong Ki is working on more projects that are to bless our screens soon. He is going to star in films including, Bogotá and the drama Chaebol Family’s Youngest Son. It will be exciting to see his new projects come to life as he is one of the best actors in the industry.

Park So Dam is another award-winning face behind the success of films like Parasite (Oscar-winning film) and The Priests. She has also been part of dramas like Cinderella and Four Knights and A Beautiful Mind.

Seeing the best of the industry unite under the same stage is going to be one sensational experience the audience will never forget.

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When is the 26th BIFF?

The opening ceremony of the 26th BIFF will take place on October 6. The festival, in general, will be held for 10 days until October 15.

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