The late Park Sung-yeon, the Korea's first full-fledged jazz singer ran Club Janus which is the first jazz club created by Koreans, for more than 40 years. Currently Club Janus has changed its name to "Diva Janus" and is being operated by Malo, a second-generation jazz singer. The documentary Diva Janus tells a story that how an individual, Park Sung-yeon became a stepping stone and took root in Korean jazz through her interviews, the songs she sang, and other jazz mutsicians' interviews.Program Event : Hidden Track
Everyone mentions her when asked who the 1st generation of jazz musicians is in Korea, adding that jazz wouldn't have been continued in Korea if not for her. It's Park Seong-yeon, the musician who ran Korea's first jazz club - Club Janus - and she provided it for other musicians to perform. Diva Janus follows the late Park's footsteps through her past and interviews by her peer musicians. It's solemn how Park performs rhythmically even in her wheelchair yet you'll find yourself grooving along her jazz. Supported by 2019 Jecheon Music Film Project Promotion.(Kim Songhee)
He made a debut with a feature Sunshine Love in 2015. In 2021, A Tale of Old Cities, a feature documentary on urban regeneration was completed and it was selected for the DMZ Docs and the Seoul IEFF. Currently Romantic Factory, his second feature film is being completed and prepared for the theatrical release.
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