Parasite’ chief Bong Jun Ho gets legend’s greeting in South Korea
Parasite’ chief Bong Jun Ho gets legend’s greeting in South Korea: Parasite” executive Bong Jun-ho was welcomed with cheers and acclaim as he came back to South Korea on Sunday after his memorable four-Oscar win.
Around 300 journalists and fans were holding back to welcome Bong as he landed at the Incheon International Airport.
“Much obliged to you for the commendation, I might want send a series of praise back to all of you for adapting so well to the coronavirus,” Bong said.
“I will join the push to conquer the crown by washing my hands tenaciously. Glad to be home.”
“Parasite” turned into the primary unknown dialect film to win best picture in the 92-year history of the Academy Awards on Feb 9.
It won an aggregate of four Oscars, including best executive and unique screenplay for Bong Jun-ho and best global component film.
The film is a story of two South Korean families – the affluent Parks and the poor Kims – that reflects the developing variations in Asia’s fourth-biggest economy and has evoked an emotional response from worldwide crowds.
Koreans have been celebrating for as long as week.
Neighborhood films and TV channels started a rerun of the film, just as demonstrating Bong’s different movies including “Snowpiercer” and “Recollections of Murder.”
Bong and the cast of “Parasite” are booked to hold a question and answer session on Wednesday. (Composing by Cynthia Kim Editing by Frances Kerry)