蹂몃Ц 諛붾줈媛湲 硫붾돱 諛붾줈媛湲
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겕젅뵩

  • Director KIM Tae-yong
  • Producer Jae Won LIM 엫옱썝 / Kwansu PARK 諛뺢닔
  • Cast Suan KIM 源닔븞 / Go CHOI 理쒓퀬 / Heebong CHO 議고씗遊 / Sangju PARK 諛뺤긽二 / Jaehyun SHIM 떖옱쁽 / Hakyoung LEE 씠븯寃 / Mihyen PARK 諛뺣명쁽 / Jeongsuk PARK 諛뺤젙닕 / Seungtae BAEK 諛깆듅깭 / Mingi KIM 源誘쇨린
  • Screenplay Tae-yong KIM 源깭슜,Minil PARK 諛뺣쇱씪
  • Cinematography Hongyeol PARK 諛뺥솉뿴
  • Production Design Heesoo KIM 源씗닔
  • Editor Yookyung PARK 諛뺤쑀寃
  • Sound Sangil YOON 쑄긽씪
  • Music Junsuk BANG 諛⑹꽍
  • Production Company National Gugak Center,Kirin Productions
    Korea 2364, Nambusunhwan-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul,Korea 91-11, Yeonhui-ro 15-gil, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul
    Tel: 82 2-580-3059,82 2-6380-2490
    woongah@korea.kr
    kwansu@kirinprod.com

Kokdu: A Story of Guardian Angels

World Premiere
  • CountryKorea
  • Date of Production2018
  • Running Time73min
  • Format DCP
  • colorColor
  • genre

봽濡쒓렇옩 끂듃

Korean traditional musical Kokdu was put on stage by the director Kim Tae-yong and the music director Bang Junsuk in 2017. Kokdu is someone who consoles and leads the dead to the underworld. The story is about four Kokdus who protect boy and his sister who were sent to the underworld by mistake. It was inserted in the musical performance in the form of a short film. When the musical made a huge success with the splendor of dramatic song and dance, director Kim decided to turn the performance into a film. This film employs book in book structure of the performance itself and shows both the preparation process and the actual performance itself. The two directors showcased Shin Sang-ok셲 Seong Chunhyang, with pansori performance in 2016 at Muju Film Festival, and in 2017 they directed Reggae inna Film, Heungbu, which is based on the stop motion animation Heungbu and Nolbu (1967). Kokdu: A Story of Guardian Angels will be screened only once together with the performance of the National Gukak Center셲 performance. (Nam Dong-chul)

SCHEDULE

  • 098
  • 10-05     19:30
  • Sohyang Theater Centum City
  • G꽭 씠긽 愿엺
Director
DIRECTOR

KIM Tae-yong

Kim Tae-yong debuted with Memento Mori in 1999 winning Best New Director. Family Ties (2006) won the Golden Alexander for Best Feature at Thessaloniki IFF. His Seattle-set Late Autumn (2010) starring Chinese actress Tang Wei, screened at the 61st Berlinale. He has been extending his career out to documentaries, plays, and a variety of short and experimental films.

ARTISTRY
  • BNK 遺궛뻾
  • 젣꽕떆뒪
  • 닚눥諛뺤뒪
  • 硫붽諛뺤뒪닚
  • 濡뜲而ъ쿂썚뒪
  • CJ CGV
  • CJ E&M
  • GKL궗쉶怨듯뿄옱떒