S.K. Jhung

S.K. Jhung

Director and screenwriter in Seoul, South Korea

About S.K.

S.K. Jhung wrote and directed 'Searching for the Elephant'
which was nominated for Grand Prix at the Warsaw International Film Festival 2009.

His other notable writings include 'The Eternal Child', a Korean Sci-Fi Novel and 'Paraiso', an ethnography on Cuba.

Writes regularly for newspapers and magazines in Korea.

He has a B.A. in Economics from the University of Chicago '96 and a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard University '00.

Name: S.K. Jhung

Lives in: Seoul, South Korea

Occupation: Director and Screenwriter


  • Pen-teu-ha-woo-seu ko-kki-ri

    Pen-teu-ha-woo-seu ko-kki-ri (2009)
    Film (Drama) Director The film depicts the hollow lives of affluent thirty-something young urban professionals in Seoul. The protagonists are three childhood friends, each struggling with a compulsion: schizophrenia, sex addiction, and infidelity. The revelation of their secrets exacerbates their sense of deprivation, and the three friends are inevitably led to a shocking finale when they learn that growing pains are not just distant memories of their youth. Written by Warsaw Film Festival


  • The University of Chicago

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