2006 · Bong Joon Ho · Corea del Sur · 120 min




A monster emerges from Seoul’s Han River and begins attacking people. One victim’s loving family does what it can to rescue her from its clutches.

Bong Joon Ho

Born in Daegu, South Korea in 1969. He debuted in 2000 with the black comedy Barking Dogs Never Bite that went discreetly through his country’s box office. Three years later he achieved his first great success, both in South Korea and internationally, with the magnificent thriller Memories of Murder (2003). His successful career continued with The Host (2006), Mother (2008), Snowpiercer (2013), Okja (2017) and last year he released Parasite with which he has definitely established himself as a successful filmmaker worldwide after getting 4 Oscars in the last American Film Academy Awards ceremony, including the best film and director.

  • Director / Bong Joon Ho
  • Screenplay / Bong Joon Ho, Won-jun Ha, Chul-hyun Baek
  • Production / Yong-bae Choi, Neung-yeon Joh
  • Music / Byung-woo Lee
  • Edition / Sun-min Kim
  • Cast / Kang-ho Song, Hee-Bong Byun, Hae-il Park, Doona Bae, Ko Asung, Dal-su Oh, Jae-eung Lee, Dong-ho Lee, Je-mun Yun