Kim Jee-woon
For a show about a scientist who plugs into the memories of dead people, Kim Jee-woon's six-episode season feels awfully straightforward.
With the vote to impeach President Park Geun-hye, South Korea's film industry faces an uncertain future.
"I Saw the Devil" director Kim Jee-woon returns with a lavishly staged staged chunk of pulp nonsense.
This is the filmmaker's first Korean film since 2010's "I Saw the Devil."
Warner Bros. Heads for Korea
Primer: 10 Essential Films Of The Korean New Wave
Cinema in 270 Degrees
In the Works: David Fincher, Kim Jee-woon and David Yates Set to Direct Long-Awaited Graphic Novel Adaptations
Marc Forster Won't Direct 'World War Z' Sequel, Kim Jee-Woon Lines Up New Project & More
Retrospective: The Films Of 'The Last Stand' Director Kim Jee-Woon
Review: 'The Last Stand' Heralds The Return Of Arnold Schwarzenegger In A Big, Brash & Ultimately Overlong Slog
'Another Earth' Director Mike Cahill Digs Into 'iOrigins'; Kim Jee-Woon Preps Live Action 'Jin Roh: The Wolf Brigade'
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