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"Minari," a film about the settlement period of Korean families in the U.S., won the Best Foreign Language Film Award at the Golden Globe, the two major film awards in the U.S.
The Hollywood Foreign Journalists Association (HFPA), which organizes the Golden Globe, announced the winner of the Foreign Language Film Award at the 78th Golden Globe Awards held on the afternoon of the 28th.
Director Lee Isaac Jung, who appeared in the video with his daughter, expressed his gratitude by mentioning the actors, staffs, and family members who were together in the movie.
"Minari" is an American film written and directed by Korean-American director Jung and produced by Plan B, founded by Brad Pitt, but was nominated for the Foreign Language Film Award under the HFPA rule that more than 50% of the conversation is classified as a foreign language film if it is not English.
"Minari" was nominated for "Another Round" in Denmark, "La Llorona" in the French-Guatemala joint venture, "Life Ahead" in Italy, and "Two of Us" in the US-France joint venture, and was considered a strong winner.
The film, based on director Jung's autobiographical experience, tells the story of a Korean family who moved to a farm in Arkansas in the southern U.S. in the 1980s in pursuit of the American Dream.
Jacob (played by Steven Yeon), who worked as a chick screener in California, moved to southern Arkansas with his wife Monica (played by Ye-ri Han), daughter Ann (played by Noel Kate Cho), and son David (played by Allen Kim) with a dream of working on fertile land.
Monica's mother Soon-ja (played by Yuh-jung Youn) comes from Korea to take care of David and Ann, who are still young and have a bad heart.
The story of a family that relies on each other to take care of each other even though they are in conflict in an unfamiliar environment and moves toward hope is deeply approaching most people who have families, even if not limited to immigrants.
Amid the performance ensemble of Korean-American actors Steven Yeon and Ye-ri Han and Yuh-jung Youn, who crossed from Korea, Yuh-jung Youn received 26 supporting actress awards, especially for her untypical performance of the movie's vitality and change, and is also drawing attention at the Academy in April.