Kim Kee-duk

Kim Kee-duk
KIM Kee-duk is a South Korean film director and professor. Best-known outside of Korea for his 1967 giant-monster film, Yonggary, KIM Kee-duk directed 66 movies in total from his directorial debut in 1961 until his retirement from the film industry in 1977. Along with KIM Soo-yong and LEE Man-hee, KIM was one of the leading young directors of the Korean cinematic wave of the 1960s. The most distinctive and successful genre of this period was the melodrama.
Name Kim Kee-duk
Also Known As 김기덕, Kim Ki-duk
Birthday 1934-09-29
Deathday 2017-09-07
Gender Male
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