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Born in Seoul, Koo Ja-hong directed "The Last Wolf" in 2004. It was screened at Busan International Film Festival, Fukuoka Asian Film Festival and Sydney Film Festival.

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Dangerously Excited
Dangerously Excited
(Movie, 2011)
나는 공무원이다

• Director

The Wolf Returns
The Wolf Returns
(Movie, 2004)
마지막 늑대

• Director • Scriptwriter

Wild Animals
Wild Animals
(Movie, 1997)
야생동물 보호구역

Korean painter 2 (한국 화가 2)

• Lighting/cinematography department

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    The month of July started out well for Korean films, as Korean audiences were treated to Park Jeong-woo's "Deranged" early on. The film cleared over a million admissions in its opening weekend and is currently challenging "Nameless Gangster" as the highest grossing Korean film of the year. Although that might sound like a great plan, the much anticipated crime thriller "The Thieves", from director/screenwriter Choi Dong-hoon, proved to be a massive game changer as it racked up over two millions admissions in its opening weekend; all the while stirring up a buzz about how far the film will be able to climb in the charts. There was an equal mix of local and foreign releases this past month, with "The Dark Knight Rises" and "The Thieves" leading their respected parties. Along with the final film in the "Dark Knight" trilogy, Marvel's "The Amazing Spiderman" was the other top foreign feature of the month. It was released during the last week of June and is closing in on a cool five million admissions,...More
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    HanCinema's Korean Box Office Review  (2012.07.13~ 2012.07.15) This past weekend saw "Deranged" enjoy a second week at the top, with "Spiderman" still right behind it in second. Park Jeong-woo's disaster film was the only film to breach the million admissions mark, claiming 1,151,314 (43.60%) admissions and moving its total up to 3,229,597. The weekend top ten contains only two other Korean entries, Kim Dong-bin "Two Moons" and Koo Ja-hong "Dangerously Excited" both made their entry into the chart but only managed a little over 330,000 between them,...More

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