Jonathan Kim

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Jonathan Hyung-joon Kim
Born 1960 (age 56–57)
Nationality South Korean
Occupation Film producer
Korean name
Hangul 김형준
Revised Romanization Gim Hyeongjun
McCune–Reischauer Kim Hyŏngjun

Jonathan Hyung-joon Kim (born 1960) is a South Korean film producer.[1][2] He has produced five of the country's top 50 highest grossing films of all time including Silmido, the first film to surpass 10 million domestic ticket sales. He has received the Daejong Award for Best Picture and Best Executive Producer.

His 16 produced films include the critically acclaimed Lies, Ditto, To Catch a Virgin Ghost (South Korea's most profitable film of 2004), and the 2007 joint South Korean–Japanese production Virgin Snow.

He recently completed his term as the chairman of the Korean Film Producers Association. He also served as a mentor for the first two years of the Korean Film Council Filmmaker Development Lab.


  1. ^ "Duo inks with Korean prod'n shingle". Variety. 12 September 2006. Retrieved 28 June 2016. 
  2. ^ 김형준 (2005). 미스터맘마. Seoul: Communication Books. OCLC 226376662. 

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