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Male - 1969

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Biography

Director PARK Jeong-woo began his career as a scriptwriter for box office hits such as < Attack The Gas Station >, < Break Out >, < Kick the Moon >, and < Jail Breakers >. His sharp-witted and socially expressive scripts impressed audiences and their financial success allowed him to work on ever larger projects. His upcoming project < Big Bang > is about the deviation from an established and stifling social rule, and has his characteristic wit and biting depiction of society. Like all his previous works, < Big Bang > is one of the finest social satires and one of the most spectacular films ever.

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• Other people with the same Korean name (박정우) : Park Jung-woo (1968/03/16, Male, Actor ), Park Jeong-woo-I ( Male, Assistant director Scenario team Scriptwriter ), Park Jeong-woo-II ( Male, Director ), Park Jung-woo-IV ( Male, Actor )
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