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Index of Korean Films of the 1970s: Kim Jeong-hyeon

15th August 2012

Kim Jeong-hyeon was born on July 4th, 1942 in Jinju where he completed his education at the middle school level. He had one be involved with movies but without education or connections it seemed hopeless. He was considered to be good-looking so he attempted to audition as an actor, but failed. Instead, he wound up with a job as a cameraman and later an assistant director. From on site experience, he received the training he needed to become a director. 1976 was the year he debuted with If You Cry, You Are a Fool. However, he only made a handful of movies and the last film credited to him was in 1985.  He passed away on October 5, 2009.

His two films from the 1970s are depicted below. Click the thumbnail to view a full-sized image.  You can also view information for other films from this decade by clicking the tab at the top of the page marked ‘the 1970s’ 

kimjeonghyeon1976-- ifyoucry ,    kimjeonghyeon1979--thirdhangangbridge

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