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Having studied Film Arts at San Francisco State University, PARK first became involved in the film industry as an assistant director on films such as Kka(1998), and The Anarchists(2000), shot in China. Hi, Dharma! is his feature film debut.

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Hi, Dharma" + DVD Giveaway

    2016/01/30
    Jae-gyoo (played by Park Shin-yang) is a gangster sub-boss whose unit gets sucker-punched in the opening minutes of "Hi, Dharma" by a rival gang. Having only barely managed to escape that situation with their lives, and lacking reliable telephone access, Jae-gyoo's hang is forced to hide out at a Buddhist temple. And from there, the story of "Hi, Dharma" is simple character clash comedy. They're gangsters, the other guys are monks. How will they ever get along?,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] Korean Weekend Box Office 2012.06.29 ~ 2012.07.01

    2012/07/01
    HanCinema's Korean Box Office Review  (2012.06.29~ 2012.07.01) "The Amazing Spider-Man" has once again proven its popularity here in Korea, claiming the top spot in its first weekend with a whopping 1,421,163 admissions. Marc Webb is the director behind this Spider-Man origins reboot, as he attempts to add a slightly darker edge to what has otherwise been a candy-coated series so far. American superhero films general go down well with Korean audiences and "The Amazing Spider-Man" is no exception. Despite Mr. Webb's latest blowing away the competition, snatching a commanding 71.4%, there are still six local productions that, between them, held around 17.4% of the ticket sales for this past weekend,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] Korean Weekend Box Office 2012.06.22 ~ 2012.06.24

    2012/06/24
    HanCinema's Korean Box Office Review  (2012.06.22 ~ 2012.06.24) It's been a while since Park Cheol-kwan put out a film, with his last one being "Hi, Dharma" back in 2001. However, his return has been rewarded as his new film, "Miss Conspirator", has claimed the top stop in its opening weekend with 268,768 admissions. That narrowly nudged out Kim Dae-seung's "The Concubine" which was looking for its third straight week at the top. Park Cheol-kwan's latest is a action comedy and stars Go Hyun-jung, Yoo Hae-jin, Sung Dong-il and Lee Moon-shik. Viewers and critics alike are interested to see what Park has managed to produce with these talents on board,...More

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