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Lee Seok-hoon (이석훈)

Male - 1972/01/06

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Biography

As a first-time feature film director, LEE received critical acclaim and numerous festival invites and awards with his short film “For the Peace of All Mankind” (1999). A witty and heartwarming portrayal of humanism during a life-threatening crisis, the film tells the story of a soldier set against a little girl on the enemy’s side during a war. In addition, his presentation of a street vendor who sells super glue in the short film “Super Glue” (2001) was noted for its seamless direction and comic touches

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  • [HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2014.09.26 ~ 2014.09.28

    2014/09/29,
    "The Maze Runner" remains unchallenged at the top… Wes Ball's science fiction film "The Maze Runner" managed to remain Korea's top showing over the last week of September. Ball's adaptation has been a huge success, and has already grossed over $148m worldwide. The film's second weekend in Korea was less than stellar, but the 572K admissions (43%) it claimed was enough to secure its place at the top of pile,...More
  • [HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2014.09.19 ~ 2014.09.21

    2014/09/22,
    "The Maze Runner" breaks 8-week long local streak… For the first time since July a foreign flick has take the top spot. "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" claimed 1.3M admissions during the third weekend of July, but since then the Korean box office has been spoilt by the local likes of "KUNDO : Age of the Rampant", "The Admiral: Roaring Currents", "Pirates", and the latest Korean gold medallist "Tazza: The High Rollers 2",...More
  • Writer discusses 'Pirates' success

    2014/09/15, Source,
    Cheon Seong-il, the scriptwriter behind the current blockbuster "Pirates" (2014), says he gets inspired by psychology books, entertainment shows and blogs that reveal the daily lives of ordinary people. By Kim Jin-sol After the success of the dramas "The Slave Hunters" (2010) and "7th Grade Civil Servant" (2013), an ambitious idea came to scriptwriter Cheon Seong-il. The 43-year-old decided to write a family movie about pirates, which in large part depended on exaggerated computer graphics. And in cinematic terminology, that meant money - lots and lots of it,...More
  • [HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2014.09.12 ~ 2014.09.14

    2014/09/15,
    "Tazza 2" keeps its roll going… "Tazza: The High Rollers 2" had a fantastic week and managed to extend its lead at the top of pile. Kang Hyeong-cheol's comedy drama attracted over 540K filmgoers (26.7%) over the weekend to move its total tally now to 3.1M ($24.6M), which makes it the ninth highest-grossing Korean film of 2014 having just overtaken Director Chang's "The Target". Kang's closest competition came in the form of the American musical drama "Begin Again" and its 351K (17.1%), but otherwise the top ten remained largely unchanged except for Frank Miller's neo-noir "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" creeping in at ten,...More
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