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Lee Jae-han (이재한)

Male - 1971

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His English name is John H. Lee

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LEE had been acclaimed for his short films and music videos since his years at New York University. After graduation, he returned to Korea to write and direct his first feature film "The Cut Runs Deep" (1998) and the film was praised for its originality in terms of the visual and direction, which was rarely seen in Korean films back then. In 2004, LEE completed his second feature "A Moment to Remember" starring JEONG Woo-seong and SON Ye-jin. The film was a traditional melo-drama, totally different from his first work. The film recorded more than 3 million admissions and proved that LEE has an excellent talent in directing various genres. The movie made a huge success in Japanese cinemas and led him to direct his latest film, a Korean-Japanese co-production film "Sayonara Itsuka" based on the novel with the same title by a popular Japanese writer TSUJI Hitonari. Filmed with NAKAYAMA Miho ( "Love Letter" ) and NISHIJIMA Hidetoshi ( "Dolls" ) as main cast, the film is scheduled for release in Japan early this year. LEE is currently represented by CAA.

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  • Director Lee Jae-han: "71-Into the Fire' Is My Ambitious Work'

    2010/06/04, Source,
    A press preview of the movie "71-Into the Fire" was held at Lotte Cinema in KunKook University branch on June 3. Director Lee Jae-han and cast members (from left) Kim Seung-woo, kwon Sang-woo, Choi Seung-hyeon, and Cha Seung-won pose for pictures.Director Lee Jae-han: "I have given special attention to making visuals. I seriously considered every scene to make beautiful scenes". After the press preview held on Lotte Cinema Kunkook University branch on June 3, director Lee Jae-han had participated in the press conference and said, "I devoted myself to film every scene of this movie. This movie is my ambitious work",...More
  • [INTERVIEW] Producer Jeong Tae-won - Part 3

    2010/05/31, Source,
    Producer Jeong Tae-won [Beck Una/10Asia] Beck Una: You're well-known as being a producer who works closely with the actors. There are many actors who like you or you get along with and you run a management agency too. Jeong Tae-won: I always think of myself as their older brother. And that I should make the sacrifices for them first since I'm their older brother. But when I make new attempts, I expect them to engage in them for their faith in me rather than for the money. On the outside, Taewon [Entertainment] is perceived as a company which is overflowing with money but our organs are the only things that aren't held [as security]. (laugh) Every project is difficult in the beginning but the actors have always helped since they know their older brother is going to make a movie, not buy land, by making money. (laugh) Both "IRIS" and "71-Into the Fire" are also productions which would have been difficult to make without that trust. When a movie doesn't do well, the actors are the first people I feel sorry for. I wheedled them into doing it but I would leave a scratch in their life due to that film. It remains a debt in my heart. And I want to do whatever I can to repay that debt,...More
  • Kwon Sang-woo: 'I Acted While Motivating Myself'

    2010/05/31, Source,
    Actor kwon Sang-woo: "I was worried about acting as a student soldier because I might have looked awkward due to my old age, but I fully agree,...More
  • "71-Into the Fire" director, Kwon Sang-woo attend Stanford seminar

    2010/05/28, Source,
    Korean actor kwon Sang-woo (left) and director Lee Jae-han of film "71-Into the Fire" speak a press conference after attending a seminar for the 60th anniversary of Korean War held at Stanford University, Stanford, California on May 27, 2010. [Hwang Yong-hee/Asia Economic Daily] Korean actor kwon Sang-woo and director Lee Jae-han attended a special seminar for their upcoming war film "71-Into the Fire" at the prestigious Stanford University Asia-Pacific Research Center on May 27 (U.S. time),...More
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"a moment to remember" is such a great movie!!!! hope to see more of your movies in the future cause your such a great director:))
2008-05-14 17:21:29

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