Digicon6 Keynote: South Korean filmmaker Kwak Jae-yong1 min readReading Time: < 1 minute
The acclaimed South Korean filmmaker Kwak Jae-yong discusses the use of music in his films at DigiCon6 Asia Contents Forum in Japan.
He directed hit Korean romance My Sassy Girl, which was adapted into various versions.
“I have never made any films with a particular market in mind. As a child, I loved reading Japanese novels and comics and have been influenced by them. The most important thing about writing a screenplay is that one has to be true to the story.”
“I love conveying my character’s emotions through the music pieces to my audience. Also while choosing the kind of music; I try to share the common feelings with audience. I think that is why my films are accepted.”