Jeong Yoon-cheol

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Jeong Yoon-cheol
Hangul
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Revised Romanization Jeong Yun-cheol
McCune–Reischauer chŏng Yun-ch'ŏl

Jeong Yoon-cheol (born on May 14, 1971) is a South Korean film director.

Career[edit]

Jeong graduated from School of Film and Theater at Hanyang University. After his successful directorial debut with short film Memorial Picture, he was selected as a member of MAMPIST and studied film editing at the Australian Film Television and Radio School. His short film Hibernation was invited to the Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival in 1999 and won Best Director Award at the Shinyoung Film Festival.

In 2005 his heart-warming feature debut Marathon about an autistic athlete was a huge hit in Korea. His next movie was the comedy Shim's Family.

Filmography as director[edit]

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