Born in 1976, graduate Hanyang University, Cinema major. Was invited to Pusan International Film Festival Wide Angle section in 1996 with his first short film “Weekend”. Later directed short film “Mom, I’m Sorry”(1997), “Spring”(1998), and was in charge of making film for "Wanee and Junah"(2001, Director KIM Yong-gyoon).
Indie director finds a formula for success 2011/03/31, Source, Min Yong-geun's directorial debut, "Re-encounter", tells the story of a young couple who fall in love, conceive a baby, break up and meet again to search for their abandoned child. In these stills from the film, Hye-hwa looks at a photo of her baby (left), and Hye-hwa and Han-su talk to Hye-hwa's mother about the pregnancy (right). Provided by Indie Story
In a world where everything comes and goes quickly, just a handful of films stay at the box office for more than a month. But one Korean film, "Re-encounter", has had the kind of staying power that most producers dream about. Released on Feb. 17, the film is still playing at local theaters,...More
Taboo topics turn Proustian in 'Re-encounter' 2011/02/10, Source, Yoo Da-in appears in scene from "Re-encounter", which follows the story of a young woman searching for her daughter, thought to be adopted. / Courtesy of Indiestory
By Lee Hyo-won
A scorned lover, a dementia-stricken widow and even a sickly stray dog meander through memories and abandoned houses. In "Re-encounter", these dusty, depressing subjects, paired with uncomfortable issues like teenage pregnancy, adoption and animal rights, all somehow melt into a beautiful, poetically sparse mise-en-scene,...More
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