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MY FAIR WEDDING

  • Director
    JANG Hee-Sun
  • Year
    2015
  • Nationality
    Korea
  • Genre
    Documentary
  • Status
    Release (May 28, 2015)
    HD l 16:9 l Color
  • Starring
    KIM JHO Gwang-Soo, KIM Dave
  • Running Time
    94min
  • Festival & Review


    • 2014



      Busan International Film Festival - Wide Angle-Documentary Showcase



      2015



      CAAMFest - The Center for Asian American Media (CAAM)

      Bangkok LGBT Film Festival

      Q! Film Festival 

      Hong kong Lesbian and Gay Film Festival

      Leipzig Doc Film Festival

      Taiwan Women Make Waves Film Festival 


  • The first gay wedding in Korea history is on air now.

    • SYNOPSIS
      KIM JHO Gwang-soo, a film director who has already made his homosexuality public announced that he will marry to his partner of 9 years who is 19 years his junior, Dave KIM! On Sept 7th,2013,

      the couple tie the knot in the heart of downtown Seoul, challenging the tradition-abiding and conservative Korean sensibility through this event which became the first gay marriage in Korean history. So, they need many supports from all walk of life, however, everything around them is hard due to the gap of marriage equality and homophobia group.

      Further more, contrast to KIM JHO Gwang-soo, Dave KIM should be openly coming-out gay to public at this event. And they find out the big difference between them.

      As the great day approached, they grow more and more nervous and hard to focus on work.

      Could get they through the wedding well?
    • DIRECTOR INFO
      • JANG Hee-Sun



        Jang studied film at the Graduate School of Yong In University and debuted with Welcome(1997). She has made both narrative and documentary feature films dealing with feminism and gender politics and her filmography includes Making Sun-dried Red Peppers(1999), Jae-hee’s Story on the Sexual Harassment at Workplace(2000), Friendly and Harmonious(2005), Blind Date(2008), and We Shall Overcome(2009). My Fair Wedding is her third documentary and an AND fund recipient from BIFF.
    • MATERIAL