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Chung Ji-young (정지영)

Male - 1946/11/19

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Chung Ji-young was born in Cheongju and studied film at Dongguk University and later at Korea University. He has been an active within the industry on issue such as censorship and the Korean screen quota. His filmography includes "Mist Whispers Like Women" (1982), "North Korean Partisan in South Korea" (1989), "White Badge" (1992), and "Life of Hollywood Kid" (1994).

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  • [New York] Press Conference with Korean directors

    2013/08/01, Source,
    ContemporAsian: Focus on Korea @ MoMA Thursday, August 8, 2013 From Monday, August 5th though Sunday, 11th, The Korea Society and MoMA (The Museum of Modern Art) co-presents 'Focus on Korea' as part of 'ContemporAsian' film series which presents many contemporary Asian films from pan-Asian countries. The series selects critically lauded Korean films, highlighting current social issues, injustice and human nature. The films maximize distinctive narrative skills from some of Korea's insightful and penetrative renegade filmmakers,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] The Torturous "National Security"

    2013/06/01,
    In "Unbowed", director Chung Ji-young dramatized the 2007 "Crossbow Terror Incident" and in "National Security" (literal translation: "Namyeong-dong 1985"), he once again returns to the fuzzy realm of creative nonfiction as filmic fodder. The film takes a long and gruelling look into the torture and trails of Kim Jong-tae (Park Won-sang), an ex-advisor to the Democratic United Party who is condemned to 22 days of pain, humiliation, and psychological suffering. The film takes place in 1985, a time when Korea was under the military dictatorship of Chun Doo-hwan. Kim, as an activist against the current government, is held at a special interrogation facility in Namyeong-dong and forced to 'confess' that he is a communist from North Korea and was involved, if not led, an anti-government movement. This much of the story is quickly revealed, and Chung wastes no time in getting to the meat of his second film, the torture,...More
  • Korean movie of the week "National Security"

    2013/05/16, Source,
    Korean movie of the week "National Security" (2012) Directed by Chung Ji-young With Park Won-sang, Lee Kyeong-yeong, Myeong Kye-nam, Kim Ee-seong, Seo Dong-soo, Kim Joong-ki-I,... Synopsis In 1985, Jong-tae Kim was illegally kidnapped in front of his wife and children and forcefully imprisoned by agents in the Namyoung area. And savage torture began,...More
  • Military Wants to Ban Controversial Cheonan Documentary

    2013/05/08, Source,
    The South Korean military wants to ban a documentary that casts doubt on whether North Korea really sank the Navy corvette Cheonan. The families of the sailors who died aboard the Cheonan are joining the military in filing an injunction against the screening of the film. Earlier this week, the Defense Ministry discussed possible legal steps and decided to involve the families for fear of causing a public outcry,...More
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