“The Killer” Jang Hyuk and Daniel A. Craft Award for Outstanding Action Cinema
Jang Hyuk enjoyed the joy of winning the award.
At the 21st New York Asian Film Festival, which will be held from the 15th to the 31st, Jang Hyuk won the “Daniel A. Craft Outstanding Action Cinema Award” for the movie “The Killer: A Child Who Can Die” (Director Choi Jae-hoon).
The New York Asian Film Festival is a film festival that introduces a variety of Asian films to filmmakers around the world, regardless of size and genre, from works with work and popularity to art house films with strong colors.
This year, films from prominent Asian countries, including the first part of “Alien + People,” which was selected as the closing film, were named in the invitation film, and Jang Hyuk of “The Killer: A Child Who Can Die” won the “Daniel A. Craft Outstanding Action Cinema Award.”
“It is a representative action movie that shows the true face of Korean genre movies that are gaining popularity around the world. It has a powerful charm that can captivate any audience,” he said, adding the reason for the award.
“The Killer: A Child Who Can Die” will be released simultaneously in Korea and North America on the 13th as a story that takes place when a killer “Uigang,” who enjoyed his retirement, will take care of a girl’s personal safety. 코인파워볼