Bong Joon Ho

director of “Parasite”

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Bong Joon Ho on KCRW

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Replay: Bong Joon Ho on making ‘Parasite,’ then making history

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"Parasite" won four Oscars on Sunday, including Best Picture. Director Bong Joon Ho explains how he tells a story of class through architecture.

'Parasite' tells a story of class through architecture

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The Korean film “ Parasite ” has already made history--becoming the first Asian movie to ever win the top prize of Best Ensemble at the SAG Awards and the first Korean film to win the…

Director Bong Joon Ho on the 6-time Oscar-nominated 'Parasite'

The Korean film “ Parasite ” has already made history--becoming the first Asian movie to ever win the top prize of Best Ensemble at the SAG Awards and the first Korean film to win the…

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