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Open City
Open City
(Movie, 2007)
무방비 도시

Staff
• Director • Scriptwriter

Fighter in the Wind
Fighter in the Wind
(Movie, 2004)
바람의 파이터

Staff
• Scriptwriter • Assistant director

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  • Award-winning 'hyo' cartoons by children on display

    2011/06/20, Source
    Award-winning children of the 2011 International HYO Cartoon Competition pose for a photo with organizers at Kyungmin College, Uijeongbu, Gyeonggi Province. / Courtesy of International HYO Cartoon Competition By Lee Hyo-won Thematic prizewinning cartoons by children from around the world are being shown this week at the Gyeongbok Palace Metro Museum, central Seoul,...More
  • New York Korean Film Festival this August
    2008/07/18, Source
    The seventh edition of the New York Korean Film Festival is set to run August 22 31. Sponsored by KOFIC and The Korea Society, the event will screen more than 15 recent Korean features, of which 14 have been finalized for the line-up.

    Highlights include one of the top-grossing Korean films of,...
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  • Korean films sought after by Europe and Asia
    2008/02/13, Source
    European and Asian buyers closed deals on several Korean films' rights at the Berlin Film festival's market. Jun Ji-hyun's star power in Asia resulted in ",...More

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