Local 706 - The Artisan

Winter 2021

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A MINARI DREAM B Y M O U N G " K E L L Y " P A R K D E P A R T M E N T H E A D M A K E - U P Last year, I got a call from production designer Yong Ok Lee. She told me that she had recommended me for the feature fi lm Minari, the story of a Korean immigrant. I was a good candidate for the project in that the production was looking for a make-up artist who could speak Korean, had experience working with both Korean and American actors, and was also familiar with Korean and American cultures in the 1970s and '80s. I was thrilled to book the job. I was especially excited to work on Minari because it would allow me the chance to work closely with Korean actors again for the fi rst time since I'd moved to America in 2015. Top photo: Josh Ethan Johnson/A24; middle and bottom: Melissa Lukenbaugh/A24. 48 • THE ARTISAN WINTER 2021

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