Factory life during the rapid industrialisation of South Korea throughout the 1970s and 1980s meant tight communal living quarters and a drastic shift in cultural norms for the millions of factory workers that fed the country’s growth. A new vocabulary evolved amongst these workers to put names to the radically new aspects of their urbanised lives.
About the director
Nils Clauss (1976, Wittmund) is a cinematographer and photographer by trade currently based in Seoul, South Korea. He has shot, directed and edited a number of award-winning music videos, short, feature and documentary films, which have been screened at various international festivals. Along with Neil Dowling and Kuiock Park, he is part of CONTENTED an international boutique production company that specializes in features, music video and commercials.