Wanderer in Winter
by Kwak Ji-kyoon
Director: Kwak Ji-kyoon
Screenplay: Choi In-ho (novel and script)
Cinematographer: Jeong Kwang-seok
Editing: Kim Hui-su
Art Director: Lee Myung-su
Music: Kim Nam-yun
Casting: Jahn Sung-kee, Lee Mi-sook, Kang Seok-woo, Lee Hye-yeong
Production: Lee Woo-seok
35 mm, Color, 101 min, OV Korean with French subtitles
With kind support of Korean Film Archive and Korean cultural Center in Paris
On the surface, medical student Min-woo seems to own everything: He is from a good family, has many good friends, a bright future ahead of him and, on top of that, he just met the girl of his dreams. But things change, when he discovers he’s the result of a tryst between his father and prostitute. When he is about to learn more, he’s sent to prison. Worse, when he goes home, he finds his house has been sold and his mother has moved away without leaving a forwarding address. Min-woo falls into a deep depression and turns to his closest friend, Hyeon-tae.
Popular author Choi In-ho signs his first original work, after several movie adaptations of his many novels.