YEON Sang-ho’s first feature-length animation The King of Pigs (2011) was the winner of triple awards – DGK Award, Movie Collage Award, and Netpac Award – at Busan International Film Festival and was invited to Directors’ Fortnight in Cannes 2012. His second feature animation, The Fake (2013), premiered at Toronto International Film Festival and was the opening film for the Anima’ T Section at Sitges International Film Festival.

Accolades

Cho Young-Kag and Yeon Sang-ho
Best Animated Film, 2013

The Fake (Sa-i-bi)

Best Animated Film, 2013

The Fake (Sa-i-bi)

With their municipality under threat from a menace of suitably biblical portent – it is scheduled to be flooded to make way for the construction…

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Yeon Sang-ho and Lee Dong-ha and Suh Youngjoo
Best Animated Film, 2016

Seoul Station (Seoul-yeok)

Best Animated Film, 2016

Seoul Station (Seoul-yeok)

Winner, Best Animated Feature Film, 2016 At Seoul Station after sunset, an old homeless man is seen eating another as an undead cannibal epidemic takes…

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Films

The Fake
2013

The Fake (Sa-i-bi)

Republic of Korea
2013

The Fake (Sa-i-bi)

With their municipality under threat from a menace of suitably biblical portent – it is scheduled to be flooded to make way for the construction…

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Seoul Station
2015

Seoul Station (Seoul-yeok)

Republic of Korea
2015

Seoul Station (Seoul-yeok)

Winner, Best Animated Feature Film, 2016 At Seoul Station after sunset, an old homeless man is seen eating another as an undead cannibal epidemic takes…

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