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Won Shin yun

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Occupation  Film director
Revised Romanization  Won Sin-yeon
Siblings  Won Pung-yeon
Hangul  원신연
McCune–Reischauer  Wŏn Sin-yŏn
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Born  October 23, 1969 (age 47) (1969-10-23) South Korea
Nominations  Grand Bell Award for Best Director, Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Director
Movies  The Suspect, Seven Days, A Bloody Aria, The Wig, A Murderer's Guide to
Similar  Hee‑soon Park, Yoo Da‑In, Jo Sung‑ha, Jo Jae‑yoon, Yunjin Kim

Won Shin-yun (born October, 1969) is a South Korean film director. Won has the unique background of having been a stuntman before making his directorial horror film debut The Wig (2005). Since then, he has shown strong talent in action thriller movies through A Bloody Aria (2006), Seven Days (2007) and The Suspect (2013). The Suspect was a box office hit with over 4.1 million admissions.

His new action thriller movie The Fifth Row which depicts the conflict and conspiracy that an army criminal investigator (starring Song Kang-ho) has to face, will begin filming in the second half of 2016.

Filmography

  • Piano Man (1996) - stunt/martial art department
  • No. 3 (1997) - stunt/martial art department
  • Deep Blue (1997) - stunt/martial art department
  • Whispering Corridors (1998) - stunt/martial art department
  • Calla (1999) - stunt/martial art department
  • A Cradle Song (short film, 2002) - director, screenwriter
  • Bread and Milk (short film, 2003) - director, screenwriter
  • The Wig (2005) - director, script editor
  • A Bloody Aria (2006) - director, screenwriter
  • Seven Days (2007) - director, script editor
  • Robot Taekwon V - Live (2008, aborted due to financing) - director
  • The Suspect (2013) - director, script editor
  • A Murderer's Guide to Memorization (2016) - director
  • The Fifth Row (2017) - director
  • References

    Won Shin-yun Wikipedia