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• Other people with the same Korean name (최윤석) : Choi Yoon-seok ( Male, Director ), Choi Yoon-seok-I ( Male, Director ), Choi Yoon-seok-II ( Male, Director Scriptwriter ), Choi Yoon-suk-IV ( Male, Director )
Jagko
Jagko
(Movie, 1980)
짝코

Song Gi-yeol (송기열)

Ieodo
Ieodo
(Movie, 1977)
이어도

Cheon Nam-seok (천남석)

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  • [Hancinema Film Review] "Jagko" + Full Movie

    2019/05/18
    With a career spanning over 50 years in a country that censorship rules changed repeatedly but remained quite strict for decades, one can only marvel at Im Kwon-taek's abilities to adapt. After the very strict censorship of the 70's under President Park Chung-hee's authoritarian "Yusin System", the 80's brought a "lenience" in the censorship that allowed filmmakers to deal with the social issues of the then Korean society, with the consequences of the dichotomy and the civil war becoming dominant themes. Im Kwon-taek was one of the first to take advantage of the new rules, with "Jagko",...More
  • [Guest Film Review] "Ieodo"

    2018/08/04
    With a base focused on showing the blights of capitalism towards the traditional way of life, "Ieodo" (or "Ieoh Island" as it is also known) soon reveals its true, thriller-like nature, through a quite complex narrative that includes flashbacks into flashbacks, and an atmosphere that thrives on ritualism,...More

 

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