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Male - 1961

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Biography

As a veteran screenplay writer, KONG Soo-chang has gained a reputation for his thrillers and horror films, such as < White Badge >, < Tell Me Something >, and < Ring >. He is a graduate of the Korean Literature Department at Hanyang University. Upon graduating, he joined 'Jang San Got Mae', an independent film union and wrote a screenplays, such as 'Oh, My Country of Dreams' and 'The Day Before Strike' . When he adopted the novel 'White Badge' into a screenplay, it was acclaimed the best Vietnam war film in Korea. He also adopted < Ring Virus > from the original version in Japan, and it saw immediate success for being equally as great as the original.

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White Badge Blu-ray (En Sub)
White Badge Blu-ray (En Sub)
R-Point DVD Single Disc (En Sub)
R-Point DVD Single Disc (En Sub)
The Guard Post Blu-ray HK (En Sub)
The Guard Post Blu-ray HK (En Sub)
The Guard Post DVD HK (En Sub)
The Guard Post DVD HK (En Sub)
The Guard Post DVD Single Disc (En Sub)
The Guard Post DVD Single Disc (En Sub)
The Guard Post DVD Limited Edition (En Sub)
The Guard Post DVD Limited Edition (En Sub)
White Badge DVD US (En Sub)
White Badge DVD US (En Sub)
Tell Me Something DVD US (En Sub)
Tell Me Something DVD US (En Sub)
R-Point DVD LE (En Sub)
R-Point DVD LE (En Sub)
Tell Me Something DVD (En Sub)
Tell Me Something DVD (En Sub)
Tell Me Something DVD US (En Sub)
Tell Me Something DVD US (En Sub)
White Badge DVD US (En Sub)
White Badge DVD US (En Sub)
Tell Me Something DVD HK (En Sub)
Tell Me Something DVD HK (En Sub)

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