Lee Isaac Chung

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Director of “Minari”

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The new movie “ Minari” follows the Yi family, Korean Americans in the 1980s who moved to Arkansas with little money but big dreams.

Filmmaker Lee Isaac Chung was ready to walk away from ‘Minari.’ Then producer Christina Oh read his script

The new movie “ Minari” follows the Yi family, Korean Americans in the 1980s who moved to Arkansas with little money but big dreams.

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