|Revised Romanization||Jang Seon-u|
Before his directorial debut, Jang made a name for himself by writing film criticism and scripts. His first film, Seoul Jesus (1986), based on one of his scripts, was noted for its "sarcasm and pronounced realism." His 1993 film Hwa-Om-Kyung won the Alfred Bauer Prize at the 44th Berlin International Film Festival.
- Min, Eung-jun; Joo Jin-sook; Kwak Han-ju (2003). "3. Korean National Cinema in the 1980s: Enlightenment, Political Struggle, Social Realism, and Defeatism". Korean Film; History, Resistance, and Democratic Imagination. Westport, Connecticut and London: Praeger Publishers. p. 67. ISBN 0-275-95811-6.
- "Berlinale: 1994 Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2011-06-15.
- Kim, Kyung-hyun (2004). "6. New Korean Cinema Auteurs: Jang Sun-woo's Three 'F' Words: Familism, Fetishism, and Fascism". The Remasculinization of Korean Cinema. Durham and London: Duke University Press. pp. 162–202. ISBN 0-8223-3267-1.
- Min, Eung-jun; Joo Jin-sook; Kwak Han-ju (2003). "4. Auteur Criticism: The Case of Sunwoo Jang's Taste of Heaven". Korean Film; History, Resistance, and Democratic Imagination. Westport, Connecticut and London: Praeger Publishers. pp. 87–111. ISBN 0-275-95811-6.
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