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Born in 1976 in Seoul. She graduated from the Graduate School of University of Texas, Austin in USA and studied Film at Graduate School of The Korean National University of Arts. Her short film “Stand by Me” was screened in various Film Festivals such as Tampere International Short Film Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival and earned Second Prize at Torino International Women's Film Festival. Graduated School of The Korean National University of Arts, Dept. of Film < One Step More to the Sea > is her debut film.

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• Other people with the same Korean name (최지영) : Choi Ji-yeong ( Male, Production department Directing department Assistant director Director ), Choi Ji-yeong-II ( Female, Scriptwriter )

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "One Step More to the Sea"

    2013/11/22
    I really admire the men in "One Step More to the Sea". Granted, they're not the main characters, but there's a persistence in their actions, a genuine desire for intimacy that breaks a lot of stereotypes about ideal masculinity. They're these kind figures with a surprising sense of restraint that makes for some inviting romantic subplots absent all the discomforting baggage common in genre films about love. The main storyline in this film has a similar kind of easy, soft feeling that does a lot to relax the nerves,...More
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