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Index of the 1970s: Director Kim Kyeong-tae

23rd September 2013

Director Kim Kyeong-tae was born in Seoul on March 1, 1938. Since he was a high school student he dreamed of becoming a movie director. However, when he entered Dangookdae University, it was as an English Literature major. In order to keep his dream alive, he joined a drama club. After graduating, he got a job as an assistant director for Shin Sang-ok. He worked at Shin Film for 12 years, often assisting new directors and arranging for filming overseas such as in Europe and Southeast Asia. It wasn’t until 1971 that he was given the opportunity to debut as a director. He would film four movies in the seventies and continue into the following decade. The information for one of his films was previously uploaded, the remainder from this decade are below… along with the single remaining film from Lee Min-wook.

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