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Kim Ki Duk sings Arirang


Critically acclaimed South Korean filmmaker Kim Ki Duk sings 'Arirang', after the screening of 'Pieta', the first Korean film to win the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. Note: The clip was shot in very low light.



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