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Male - 1976/01/01

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JO was born in Seoul, 1976. He graduated from the Korean National University of Arts, School of Film & Multimedia. With his debut feature < Make it Big >, his new sensibility, evidenced in his sophisticated way of dealing with characters and genre, has led critics to proclaim that a truly new generation of Korean Cinema has arrived. The mystery thriller < The World of Silence > unfolds its story, as a photographer of extraordinary clairvoyance is involved into a girl’s murder taking place around him.

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Golden Slumber
Golden Slumber
(Movie, 2017)
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• Scriptwriter

(Movie, 2016)

• Director • Scriptwriter

Cold Eyes
Cold Eyes
(Movie, 2013)

• Director • Scriptwriter

The World of Silence
The World of Silence
(Movie, 2006)
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• Director • Scriptwriter

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