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Male - 1975/01/26

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Born in 1975, he started his film career as a member of director unit in The Man Wagging Tail(1995). He has directed Chrismas Slay 2, The Neighbor Zombie, and Invasion of Alien Bikini. Also The Neighbor Zomibe has won lots of awards from various film festivals.

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Young Gun in the Time
Young Gun in the Time
(Movie, 2012)
영건 탐정 사무소

• Director • Scriptwriter • Editor

Invasion of Alien Bikini
Invasion of Alien Bikini
(Movie, 2010)
에일리언 비키니

• Director • Art director • Editor

The Neighbor Zombie
The Neighbor Zombie
(Movie, 2009)
이웃집 좀비

Seg.6 (seg.6)

• Director • Scriptwriter • Cinematographer • Art director • Editor

Venus and Mars
Venus and Mars
(Movie, 2007)

• Art direction department

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