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Male - 1961

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Biography

As a veteran screenplay writer, KONG Soo-chang has gained a reputation for his thrillers and horror films, such as < White Badge >, < Tell Me Something >, and < Ring >. He is a graduate of the Korean Literature Department at Hanyang University. Upon graduating, he joined 'Jang San Got Mae', an independent film union and wrote a screenplays, such as 'Oh, My Country of Dreams' and 'The Day Before Strike' . When he adopted the novel 'White Badge' into a screenplay, it was acclaimed the best Vietnam war film in Korea. He also adopted < Ring Virus > from the original version in Japan, and it saw immediate success for being equally as great as the original.

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The Guard Post
The Guard Post
(Movie, 2007)
GP506

Staff
• Director • Scriptwriter • Producer

Coma
Coma
(Drama, 2005)
코마

Staff
• Director • Creativity director

R-Point
R-Point
(Movie, 2004)
알 포인트

Staff
• Director • Scriptwriter

Tell Me Something
Tell Me Something
(Movie, 1999)
텔 미 썸딩

Staff
• Scriptwriter

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  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Coma"

    2013/10/26
    With horror dramas being few and far between, this is a genre that mostly goes underrepresented on television, be it due budget issues, reluctance to try horror in a different format or other reasons. Some recent attempts have been made at including horror in the plot, but those are still mainly romantic works and not pure horror series. "Coma" is a 2006 TV-movie or mini-series created by SIO Film and brought to television by OCN. So this is more of a mix between a film and a drama. Each episode has a different director (Episodes 1 and 5 are done by Kong Soo-chang, creator of "R-Point" and "The Guard Post") and the series has three writers,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "The Guard Post"

    2013/10/26
    Horror is a painful subject in Korean cinema. It is one of those genres that produces some very good and atmospheric movies, but also a lot of half-baked attempts at jump scares, muddled storytelling, idol promotion and often solely teen-pleasing graphicness. Director Kong Soo-chang's attempt at directing/writing a movie before "The Guard Post" was "R-Point". Its refusal to close its story or even explain some basics of its plot was something which left a bitter taste, especially considering his talent with creating atmosphere, a constant feeling of dread and using his cast well. Thankfully, "The Guard Post" corrects a lot of the issues found in "R-Point",...More

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