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Male - 1961

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AHN is a photographer and director of documentaries. As an Asia-Press reporter, he has traveled across east Asia, collecting data on educating Korean-Japanese immigrants and the forgotten parts of Korean film history. He has produced < Silent Crying >(2002), a documentary which deals with military prostitutes during World War II. He has also co-produced < Osaka Eleven: A Story of Osaka Korean High school Soccer Team >(2007).

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