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Hangul  김성수
Name  Kim Sung-su
Hanja  金成洙
Role  Film director
Revised Romanization  Gim Seongsu
McCune–Reischauer  Kim Songsu

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Born  November 15, 1961 (age 54) (1961-11-15) South Korea
Occupation  Film director, screenwriter
Awards  PaekSang Arts Award for Best Screenplay
Nominations  Grand Bell Award for Best New Director
Movies  Flu, The Warrior, City of the Rising Sun, Beat, Please Teach Me English
Similar People  Jung Woo‑sung, Park Min‑ha, Jang Hyuk, Ahn Sung‑ki, Lee Jung‑jae

TV shows  More Charming by the Day

Kim Sung-su (Hangul: 김성수; born November 15, 1961) is a South Korean film director, known mainly for the teen film Beat, period epic Musa and the comedy Please Teach Me English.

Filmography

  • Black Republic (1990) - screenplay
  • Berlin Report (1991) - assistant director, script editor
  • Fly High Run Far (1991) - crew
  • Blue in You (1992) - script editor
  • Dead End (short film, 1993) - director, screenplay
  • Out to the World (1994) - script editor
  • Runaway (1995) - director, screenplay
  • Sunset into the Neon Lights (1995) - script editor
  • Beat (1997) - director, cameo
  • City of the Rising Sun (1998) - director, screenplay
  • Musa (2001) - director, screenplay
  • Please Teach Me English (2003) - director, screenplay, producer
  • Back (short film, 2004) - director, screenplay, editor
  • The Restless (2006) - producer
  • My Ex-Wife's Wedding (2010) - producer
  • The Flu (2013) - director
  • Asura: The City of Madness (2016) - director, screenplay
  • References

    Kim Sung-su (director) Wikipedia


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