Kim Kyung-mook dropped out of school at the age of sixteen and went to Seoul. He made his directing debut in 2004 with (2004). Faceless Things received aspecial mention in the competition for the Dragons and Tigers Award for YoungCinema in Vancouver in 2006. Besides film maker, KIM is also critic and columnist.
Interview with director KIM Kyung-mook 2012/01/16, Source,
One of the Korean independent film community's most remarkable young directors, Kim Kyung-mook made his feature debut with the unconventional "Faceless Things" (2005). He broadened his sights with "A Cheonggyecheon Dog" (2008) and has most recently been doing the film festival rounds with his third feature "Stateless Things". The film debuted at the Venice Film Festival's Orrizonti competition and is set to screen in the upcoming Rotterdam film festival's Spectrum section. The film is about people who have no place to stay. How did Kim come to take such an interest in these people? He met with "Korean Cinema Today" to tell us,...More
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