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Why Kim Yun-seok, Ha Jung-woo and Jo Dal-hwan were on the ending credits of "The Wailing"

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There were some names on the ending credit of "The Wailing" and they are Kim Yun-seok, Ha Jung-woo and Jo Dal-hwan. They are some of the people who helped contribute to the movie, "The Wailing".

First, Jo Dal-hwan took part in the calligraphy for the scenario cover. Jo Dal-hwan met director Na Hong-jin coincidentally in a private place. Jo Dal-hwan who had always respected Na Hong-jin's work, presented him with a hand-drawn title of "The Wailing". Jo Dal-hwan wrote the copy for "The Traffickers" himself and he even held a private exhibition once.

However, his writing wasn't used for the main poster. Only the scenario cover was done by him and given to Gwak Do-won, Hwang Jung-min, Chun Woo-hee and Jun Kunimura.

Ha Jung-woo and Kim Yun-seok who worked with Na Hong-jin on "The Chaser" and other projects, apparently helped the movie in various ways.

Na Hong-jin invested 2 years and 8 months on the scenario of "The Wailing" alone. He came up with various interpretations and spend half a year on just the ending alone. He asked for the help of other movie makers, religious figures and many others to perfect the movie.

Meanwhile, "The Wailing" is a movie about the mysterious things that happen in Gokseong and it was invited to the 69th Cannes International Film Festival.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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