Cho Geun-hyun is a South Korean art director and film director.
Cho's directorial debut, the hit drama thriller 26 Years (2012) with over 2.9 million admissions, was voted Best Korean Film by Twitter users held by KOFIC in December 2012.
He was internationally recognized for his second feature Late Spring (2014), which won a total of six awards, including Best Foreign Feature at the 23rd Arizona International Film Festival, Best Film at the 14th Milan International Film Festival Awards and Best Asian Narrative Film at the 13th Asian Film Festival of Dallas in 2014.
|2003||A Tale of Two Sisters|
|2004||My Mother, the Mermaid|
|2006||From Here to Seoul|
|2008||Go Go 70s|
|2008||The Accidental Gangster and the Mistaken Courtesan|
|2010||Love, In Between|
|2015||The Lightning Man's Secret|
|2018||Heung-boo: The Revolutionist|
|2008||A Tale of Legendary Libido|
|2009||More than Blue|
|Year||Award Ceremony||Category||Nominated Work|
|2003||2nd Korean Film Awards
||Best Art Direction||A Tale of Two Sisters|
|2005||26th Blue Dragon Film Awards||Best Art Direction||Duelist|
|2006||43rd Grand Bell Awards||Best Art Direction||Duelist|
|2006||5th Korean Film Awards||Best Art Direction||Forbidden Quest|
|2006||27th Blue Dragon Film Awards||Best Art Direction||Forbidden Quest|
|2006||26th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards||Best Art Direction||Forbidden Quest|