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After dropping out of Film and Dramatic Arts at Chung Ang University, Suh graduated from Broadcasting and Performance Arts of Seoul Institute of the Arts. After serving as an assistant director on feature films, he has produced commercials, music videos, and TV documentaries. He has also made various shorts including “Door”(1982) and “Morning and Morning Again” (1999). , his first feature film, is his second film to be screened at Busan. The first time was for the invited screening of “Morning and Morning Again” in the 4th PIFF.

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