Lee Doo-yong (born December 24, 1942) is a South Korean film director. Since his debut in 1969 with the film The Lost Wedding Veil (1970), Lee has made more than 60 films in a wide array of genres. In the 1970s, he introduced Korean-style action films, including The Korean Connection (1974) and Left Foot of Wrath (1974). His film Mulleya Mulleya (1984) created great controversy in the Korean media as well as in the West, due to the graphic portrayal of a woman's subjugated life during the Yi Dynasty.
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