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Jeju Note Jeju Note

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Korea Cinemascape | Korea Cinemascape | MIN Hwanki | Korea | 2018 | 110min | DCP | color | Documentary
Director MIN Hwanki Screenplay N/A Producer culture space yang Cinematography LEE Yuntaik Art Director N/A Editor PARK Minsun Sound LEE Jooseok Music PARK Hyunwoong Cast PARK Incheon, YANG Jeonghyun, KIM Dawoon, KIM Jongwhan

Program Schedule

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328 2018. 05. 06 14:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 7
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519 2018. 05. 08 14:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 7
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910 2018. 05. 12 11:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 7
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  • Review

    Jeju Island is very crowded now. 15 million tourists visit the charming island every year and 170 thousand people have permanently moved there since 2010. Because of those who have rushed there because they were fascinated by the charm of the island, its landscape has been quickly changing. While some of the inhabitants welcome the change regarding it as development, others are against it thinking the island is being destroyed fast. Beautiful island Jeju, with its blessed natural environment, holds the limelight and is experiencing a rapid change. Min Hwanki’s documentary [#i_]Jeju Note[_i#] carefully looks into the link between conflicts of Jeju inhabitants and many peaceful places of the island. Camera work is impressive because it just stands in a humble manner around people of Jeju rather than delivering a certain faith or stance. [KIM Youngjin]


MIN Hwanki

Born in 1968. He teaches film students and makes documentaries. He’s been making direct cinema style documentaries since 2004 and interested in expanding such a style into an aesthetic and social context. He directed Sogyumo Acacia Band’s Story(2009), Anxiety(2012), Unprepared Class(2014) etc. Anxiety won the Biff-Mecenat Award in 2012 Busan International Film Festival.