Ji-hu Park is a teenage actress from the Republic of Korea who received her first starring role in House of Hummingbird (2019). For her performance as a restless and lonely young woman growing up in the shadow of Seoul’s industrialisation in the early 1990s, she received her first APSA nomination. Park won the Tribeca Film Festival’s Best Actress prize where the film also won Best International Narrative Feature and Best Cinematography. The film has collected many awards on the international festival circuit, including the Grand Prix of the Generation 14plus International Jury’s Best Feature Film at the Berlin Film Festival and the Busan International Film Festival’s NETPAC Award.

Accolades

Ji-hu Park
Best Actress, 2019

Ji-hu Park

Best Actress, 2019

Ji-hu Park

House of Hummingbird (Beol-sae)

Ji-hu Park is a teenage actress from the Republic of Korea who received her first starring role in House of Hummingbird (2019). For her performance…

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Films

House of Hummingbird
2018

House of Hummingbird (Beol-sae)

Republic of Korea, United States of America
2018

House of Hummingbird (Beol-sae)

In the rapidly expanding Seoul of 1994, the Seongsu Bridge has collapsed and as the city is rapidly industrialising. A lonely and quiet 14-year-old Eun-hee…

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