Park Gok-ji

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Park.
Park Gok-ji
Born (1965-02-28) 28 February 1965 (age 49)
Other names Park Kok-ji
Occupation Film editor
Years active 1987–present
Spouse(s) Park Heung-sik
Korean name
Hangul 박곡지
Revised Romanization Bak Gok-ji
McCune–Reischauer Pak Gok-chi

Park Gok-ji (born 28 February 1965) is a South Korean film editor. She is the wife of film director Park Heung-sik with whom she has several children, and used her influence within the local industry to aid the production of his second film, The Railroad.[1] Park and her colleague Jeong Jin-hee won Best Editor at the 5th Korean Film Awards for A Dirty Carnival,[2] and received a further nomination for Best Editor at the 1st Asian Film Awards.[3]

Filmography as editor[edit]

  • The Scent at the Edge of the World (1991)
  • General's Son II (1991)
  • Like Music, Like Rain (1992)
  • The Marriage Life (1992)
  • General's Son III (1992)
  • May Our Love Stay This Way (1992)
  • Seopyeonje (1993)
  • The 101st Proposition (1993)
  • The Woman and the Man (1993)
  • The Man with Breasts (1993)
  • No Emergency Exit (1993)
  • Deep Scratch (1994)
  • A Very Special Transformation (1994)
  • 301, 302 (1995)
  • Declaration of Genius (1995)
  • A Hot Roof (1995)
  • Bellybutton Bus (1995)
  • The River Flows to Tomorrow (1996)
  • The Ginko Bed (1996)
  • Seven Reasons Beer is Better Than Love (1996)
  • Come To Me (1996)
  • Born to Kill (1996)
  • The Day a Pig Fell into the Well (1996)
  • Jungle Story (1996)
  • Corset (1996)
  • The Adventures of Mrs. Park (1996)
  • Crocodile (1996)
  • Inch'Alla (1997)
  • Lament (1997)
  • Mister Condom (1997)
  • Do the Right Thing (1997)
  • Poison (1997)
  • Threesome (1997)
  • Baby Sale (1997)
  • No. 3 (1997)
  • Habitual Sadness 2 (1997)
  • The Contact (1997)
  • Maria and the Inn (1997)
  • Wind Echoing in My Being (1997)
  • The Hole (1997)
  • The Boy's Spear (1997)
  • Saturday, 2 p.m. (1998)
  • Scent of a Man (1998)
  • Kazoku Cinema (1998)
  • Dr. K (1999)
  • Shiri (1999)
  • Rush (1999)
  • Calla (1999)
  • Fin de Siecle (1999)
  • Lies (2000)
  • Promenade (2000)
  • Vanishing Twin (2000)
  • Pisces (2000)
  • The Legend of Ginko (2000)
  • Friend (2001)
  • Failan (2001)
  • Turtle Hero (2001)
  • Say Yes (2001)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gyeongui Line". The Dong-A Ilbo, 3 May 2007. Retrieved on 14 May 2009.
  2. ^ "5th Korean Film Awards, Winners" (Korean). MBC. Retrieved on 14 May 2009.
  3. ^ Yi Ch’ang-ho. "Inaugural Asian Film Awards’ Korean Selections". Korean Film Council, 31 January 2007. Retrieved on 14 May 2009.

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