Jeong Jaeeun

Jeong Jaeeun

Still: Modern Korea: The Age of Beasts
JEONG Jaeeun (1969, Korea) studied film at the Korean National University of Arts. Before her debut Take Care of My Cat (2001), she made several short films, including Yujin' Secret Codes, with which she won the Grand Prix of the Women’s Film Festival in Seoul in 1999. Jeong’s main interests are the changes in urban environment and women’s history. She has directed an architecture documentary trilogy, and works in both movies and documentaries. She is the first independent producer and film director to join KBS’s ‘Modern Korea’ documentary series.

Filmography

Coming-of-age Ceremony (1995, short), I-volla Virus (1995, short), After School (1996, short), Seventeen (1996, short), For Rose (1997, short), Women Smoking on the Street (1997, short), Isang Yun, Adiago (1998, short), Yujin's Secret Codes (1999, short), Go-yang-i-rul Boo-tak-hae/Take Care of My Cat (2001), If You Were Me (2003), Three Extremes (2004), The Aggressives (2005), Talking Architect (2011), Talking Architecture, City: Hall (2013), Butterfly Sleep (2017), Modern Korea: The Age of Beasts (2021)