[Reporter Han Hyeon-jeong, Daily Economy Star Today]
Director Jang Hang-joon and Song Eun-yi were selected as Eco Friends at the 18th Seoul Environmental Film Festival.
While this year’s Seoul Environmental Film Festival will be held from June 3 to June 9, Song Eun-yi and director Jang Hang-joon will be selected as this year’s Eco Friends and will launch promotional activities.
The Seoul Environmental Film Festival has selected Eco Friends, which will add meaning every year as Asia’s largest environmental-themed film festival and one of the world’s top three film festivals. While Lee Chun-hee, Jeon Hye-jin, Park Jin-hee, Kang Ha-neul, Kim So-eun, Kim Hyo-jin, Kwon Yul, Ha Ji-won, and Kim Eung-soo have been encouraged to practice eco-life, Song Eun-yi and Jang Hang-jun, all generations are paying attention to the festival.
Song Eun-yi, who debuted as a KBS comedian in 1993, is currently the head of Content Lab Bibo and Media Lab Seesaw. With her excellent content planning skills, she is active in various TV programs, including podcast “Song Eun-yi Kim Sook’s Secret Guarantee,” MBC’s “Point of Omniscient Interfere” and KBS’ “Problem Child in House.”
Jang Hang-joon, who was selected as an eco-friends along with Song Eun-yi, made his debut as a film director through “Turn on the Lighter” (02), produced “Blurrah Spring Wind” (03), “Night of Memory” (17), and recently established himself as a “Cheat Key” in the entertainment world with various and wide knowledge of society as a whole.
The two are currently hosting podcast “Cine Mountain” and showing unusual chemistry. Song Eun-yi said, “We are realizing the seriousness of the environment with Corona 19. “I want to take this opportunity to explore various ways to practice the environment with the audience.”
Director Jang Hang-joon also said, “The most necessary and important thing for mankind living on Earth is the environment,” referring to the importance of recognizing environmental problems, adding, “We will provide an opportunity to understand and practice environmental issues in depth through the Seoul Environmental Film Festival.
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