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Sang-ho Yeon

Yeon Sang-Ho is a South Korean director, and a screen writer, he was born in Seoul in 1978. He is graduated from Sangmyung University with a degree of Western Painting. He directed few short films as well Megalomania of D in 1997, followed by D-Day in 2000 and The Hell in 2003, then set up his own production house Studio Dadashow in 2004. Yeon ... See full bio »

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Busanhaeng
Busanhaeng Director
(2016)
Dwae-ji-ui wang
Dwae-ji-ui wang Director
(2011)
The Fake
The Fake Director
(2013)
Seoul Station
Seoul Station Director
(2016)

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 2016 Busanhaeng
 2016 Seoul Station
 2013 The Fake
 2012 The Window (Short)
 2008 Indiaenibakseu: Selmaui danbaekjil keopi (segment director)
 2006 Jiok (dugaeui sam) (Short)
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 2016 Busanhaeng (screenplay)
 2016 Seoul Station
 2013 The Fake
 2011 Dwae-ji-ui wang (screenplay)
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 2016 Seoul Station (producer)
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His movie Train to Busan, is the first South Korean movie to reach 10 millions viewers and on wards in 2016.

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