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• Other people with the same Korean name (박지원) : Park Ji-won ( Male, Production department Directing department Actor Assistant director Director Scriptwriter ), Park Ji-won-II ( Female, Actress )
City of Fathers
City of Fathers
(Movie, 2009)
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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "City of Fathers" + DVD Giveaway

    2015/10/10
    Kang-soo (played by Ko Chang-seok) used to have a decent job. Then he became kind of a hopeless screw-up. The catalyst for this was Jong-cheol (played by Yoo Seung-ho)- or more specifically the awkward circumstances regarding the poor teenager's birth. In the present day Jong-cheol tries, mostly ineffectively, to try and prevent Kang-soo from spiraling too hopelessly into oblivion but there's not that much to be done. Kang-soo is a fairly lousy parent, and he has to be brought down pretty low to finally do the right thing,...More
  • Yoo In-na comes back with innocent man and woman

    2012/10/15, Source
    Actress Yoo In-na is leading her own movie for the first time in her life. According to the movie industry, Yoo In-na is currently adjusting the details of the deal. "Innocent Man and Woman". It is about a woman who experiences goodbye and a man who watches her. It is directed by Park Ji-won-I from "City of Fathers",...More
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