Film Composer Inyoung Park to speak at screening of Joint Lottery Area (6/45)

FIim Screening & Conversation with Film Composer Inyoung Park
Joint Lottery Area (6/45)

Tuesday, November 15

UCI McCormick Screening Room

Registration Required


Joint Lottery Area (6/45) is a 2022 South Korean film directed by Park Gyu-tae, starring Go Kyung-pyo, Lee Yi-kyung, Eum Moon-suk, Park Se-wan and Kwak Dong-yeon. The film depicts a comical encounter between South and North Korean soldiers over the 5.7 billion won lottery that crossed the Military Demarcation Line on the wind. It was released on August 24, 2022. This film was a sensational hit in 2022—garnering theatrical box office receipt of well over USD 13 million.

Inyoung Park
Film Composer/ String Arranger
A native of Korea Inyoung Park is an accomplished composer/string arranger with extensive experience both in pop and film music. She was formally trained in classical composition, but launched her career in K-pop (Korean pop music), later becoming a highly sought-after string arranger and composer.
Her string and orchestral works have been recorded all over the world including London, Melbourne, Prague, Tokyo, New York, Nashville and Los Angeles. But never the one to settle, at the peak of her career Inyoung moved to New York to start a new chapter, enrolling in the film scoring program at NYU. During her graduate years, she was awarded the (2009) Vincent Jones Scholarship, a full scholarship from ASCAP to participate in the (2009) NYU/ASCAP Foundation Film Scoring Workshop and the (2010) Elmer Bernstein Award.
After 7 years of studying and working in New York, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her career. In 2020, Inyoung has become a member of Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. In 2018, she did Korea Copyrights Association commissioned re-arrangement of “South Korean National anthem” and recorded with Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra & Seoul Metropolitan Chorus then contributed to the country. She is also the first Korean woman to conduct London Symphony Orchestra for film music.
While her music is infused with inherent femininity, it is also noted for unexpected muscle and vigor. It is with discipline of a consummate professional that Inyoung strikes the right note for every piece of music she creates, whether it is for a film or a pop song, making her a truly versatile artist. Joint Lottery Area (6/45) is the latest film Inyoung has scored.

Sponsored by Korean Culture Center and UCI Center for Critical Korean Studies

November 15, 2022 - 8:30am