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THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE DOKKAEBI

USA202134 minEnglishFamily-friendly, Music

Dokkaebi (Korean goblins) watch our deeds and may choose to help or punish us accordingly. This Short/Documentary/Music Video explores different aspects of Dokkaebi via original music that incorporates a mix of traditional Korean drumming with rock, jazz, and turntables.

Directors Bio

Dan Lee

Dan Lee is a Korean American musician known as a member of the indie rock band The Aislers Set and his own band, Scrabbel.

10 Nov, 2021

to 19 Nov, 2021

Rating

G

Accessibility

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