Korea | 2016 | 81min | DCP | COLOR | Documentary | Reggae
No one knows how Kim Kwang-seok, one of the most beloved singers in Korea, died. Why did he die? Was his death suicide, or homicide? It has been 20 years since his death, but man people still bring up numerous questions and doubts about his death. Director Lee Sang-ho reported on-the-scene over 20 years since the singer’s death, and the film is a shocking prospection of the work. It portraits Kim’s life, music and the inescapable truth.
Lee Sang-ho was born in Seoul, in 1968. He grad uated from the Business Administration Department of Yonsei University(B.A). He had worked as a TVjournalist at MBC for 21 years, and is now working as a founder and reporter of ʻGobalnewsʼ and director of film company, ʻCineportʼ. He also made the documentary The Truth Shall Not Sink with Sewol(2014).
: Kim Sun-hee
: Kim Su-yeong, Lee Dal-ji, Kim Kwang-bok, Jang Ik-gu