Arci Muñoz meets ‘Parasite’ director Bong Joon-ho, actor Song Kang-ho
MANILA, Philippines — Actress Arci Muñoz had a fangirling moment at The Academy Awards when she met the director of critically acclaimed South Korean film “Parasite,” Bong Joon-ho and one of the movie’s cast, Song Kang-ho.
Muñoz on Monday shared her encounter with the two over her Instagram account.
“I greeted Mr. Kang ho Song! Had a convo with him in Korean!! Oh was soo glad I took my Korean class!! Told him how much I love their movie!!” Muñoz wrote.
“He quickly grabbed me by the hand and introduced me to ze man!! #bongjoonho And so the next photo happened!” she recalled.
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안녕하세요! I greeted mr. Kang ho Song! Had a short convo with him in korean!! Oh was soo glad I took my korean class!! Told him how much I love their movie!! He quickly grabbed me by the hand and introduced me to ze man!! #bongjoonho And so the next photo happened! Congratulations to #parasitemovie @parasitemovie making history today at the #oscars #academyawards 📸 @hofitgolanofficial
“Parasite” made history after becoming the first foreign-language film to win Best Picture at the Oscars.
The film also won Best Screenplay, Best International Feature, with Bong winning the Best Director award.
“Parasite” is a black comedy thriller about members of a poor family who schemed to become employed by a wealthy family.
Apart from Song, the film also stars Lee Sun-kyun, Cho Ye-jeong, Choi Woo-sik and Park So-dam.
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