A familiar siren of the civil defense drill sirens blasts through the rain-falling neighborhood of Busan’s Beomjeon-dong. Subsequently the rain is replaced by a light breeze which may have come from the train running across the ‘Southern tracks of the East Sea(Donghae Nambu Railroad)’, or from the breathtaking meadows of ‘Camp Hialeah’. The mysterious breeze passes through an ‘abandoned village(Dolchool Village), and then the ‘Red Alleyway(street address 300)’ until it vanishes to a great ‘Roar’.
Born in 1985 in Busan, South Korea. Using a documentary format, his works have persistently focused on observing the layers of time embedded in the landscapes of Busan. Recently, he directed <A Landscape Between Past and Future (2015)>, a short documentary about a massacre that took place in his parents’ hometown. His latest feature documentary about the former US military camp town in Busan, <A Roar of the Prairie (2015)> has won the Jury Prize and the Strong Will Prize at the 41st Seoul Independent Film Festival. His recent works are shifting from screening to the form of exhibition, expanding his boundary