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Male - 1968

Cinematographer Director

Biography

Bok began his career as a director of photography for broadcasting channels in 1997.
He has been a volunteer in the organization, The Korea Federation for Environmental Movement and made documentary films about the environmental issue.his films were screened at various film festivals including Black Tear which dealt with the victims of oil spill caused by Samsung. It was the opening film of 2008 Green Film Festival in Seoul. As a filmmaker and director, he has been continuously trying to capture human beings in danger.

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LOGBOOK
LOGBOOK
(Movie, 2018)
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    2019/05/04
    Once the Sewol ferry started sinking, and the boat became submerged, it was inevitable that a certain class of trained professionals would get involved. I am referring do the deep sea divers, to whom director Bok Jin-oh has dedicated "LOGBOOK". Divers of this skill level are hired for a wide variety of tasks- and in this particular case that task was, unfortunately, to retrieve corpses for proper burial,...More
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