Lee Chang-dong

Director, writer

Director, writer

Lee Chang-dong on KCRW

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Director Lee Chang-dong and actor Steven Yeun on ‘Burning’

The new Korean movie, ‘ Burning ,’ is a thriller with layer upon layer of mystery.

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