Code of Music, in Cinema
Secrets and Stories Behind Notes and Chords
Moderator│Kim Tae-hoon, Bae Soon-tak
Not only the intention of a director does matter when watching a film. There are also a music director or film director’s secret stories behind the soundtrack of a film. Pop columnist Kim Tae-hoon will talk about how music tells us many things without being seen and makes us feel touched, thrilled, afraid, or sad. This event will be a meaningful opportunity to decipher codes and messages hidden in musical notes, which has not been much discussed so far.
On the first day of the event, we will talk about the opening film Da Capo and On the Road, Khaosan Tango. On the second day, the witty raconteur, Kim Tae-hoon will give an insight into the soundtracks of The Hateful Eight directed by Quentin Tarantino and The Legend of 1900 directed by Giuseppe Tornatore, which were created by Ennio Morricone, a legendary composer who passed away on July 6.
Kim Tae-hoon│Pop Columnist
He is a pop columnist and broadcaster who has been interacting with the public with a sense of humor and wit. He has a solid and sound knowledge of many subjects including cinema, literature, music, and love and interprets culture and society from his own “perspective.”
Best known as a script writer of the radio show Bae Cheol-soo’s Music Camp, he is a pop music critic and writer who published three books. He has been making appearances on a number of TV and radio shows including My Little Television, “The Law of Betrayal” of Bae Cheol-soo’s Music Camp, and “Cheonhyehyang and Mango Chart” of Park Kyung’s Dreaming Radio. He received attention from the public as he talked about music in depth with different artists on a TV show called Studio Music Hall until April 2020.