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Yoon Jong-bin (윤종빈)

Male - 1979

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YOON was born in 1979 in Busan, Korea. He graduated from the Film Studies Department of Chung-Ang University. His short film, “Identification of a Man,” received the Best Comedy Award from the 3rd Mise-en-scene’s Genres Film Festival (2004). < The Unforgiven > is his feature film debut.

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  • [HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2014.08.08 ~ 2014.08.10

    Kim's "Admiral" surpasses 10M in record time… Kim Han-min's cinematic celebration of the legendary Korean admiral Yi Sun-sin continued its record-breaking form as it powered past the 10 million admissions mark with ease. Over this past weekend Kim's period epic claimed over 2.5M stubs (58.8%) over 1,335 screens to become the fastest Korean film to reach that milestone, and now stands as the tenth highest grossing Korean film of all time. The film depicts Yi Sun-sin's famous victory at the Battle of Myeongnyang where, against all odds, he defeated the Japanese navy on the Myeongnyang Strait by forcing the Japanese fleet into the narrow pass and made strategic use of the straights strong and shifting currents. "The Admiral: Roaring Currents" now has a total tally of 10.7M admissions ($81.1M); an incredible achievement considering the film was only released on the 30th of last month,...More
  • Well Go USA Presents "KUNDO : Age of the Rampant"

    2014/08/08, Source,
    "[An] enthralling...action-filled take on ROBIN HOOD" - Screen Daily "KUNDO : Age of the Rampant" Opens in Select Theaters August 29th,...More
  • In 'KUNDO', Yoon aimed to entertain

    2014/08/06, Source,
    Top: Yoon Jong-bin moved away from creating films that dissect the maladies of Korean society and focused on entertainment value in his latest work, "KUNDO : Age of the Rampant". By Ra Hee-chan Studio 706. Yoon Jong-bin, 35, has changed his directorial style. If his previous works "The Unforgiven" (2005), "The Moonlight of Seoul" (2008) and "Nameless Gangster" (2012) are realistic in depicting Korean society, then his latest, "KUNDO : Age of the Rampant", is geared towards entertainment. Set in the days of Cheoljong, the 25th Joseon Dynasty king (1831-64), the film revolves around the butcher Dolmuchi (Ha Jeong-woo). He joins a society of bandits as Do-chi, who fights against oppressors such as Jo-yoon (Kang Dong-won), an aristocrat and government official who won't let anything stand in his way,...More
  • [HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2014.08.01 ~ 2014.08.03

    Records tumble in the wake of Kim Han-min's awesome "Admiral"…  Kim Han-min's period epic "The Admiral: Roaring Currents" soared into the record books over the weekend to become the first film to break a million admissions in a single day. Over the weekend Kim's big-budget blockbuster claimed 3.3M admissions (or 65.7% of ticket sales) over 1,586 screens to force the recently released "KUNDO : Age of the Rampant" down to third. The only other films to sell more than 45K tickets were "How to Train Your Dragon 2" and "Guardians of the Galaxy", the rest simply made up the numbers as these four favourites devoured over 97% of the box office pie,...More
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