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Hun-Mok Jung

Hun-Mok Jung (°1978, Soon-Cheon, KR) joined Peeping Tom in 2009. With the company, he created and performed 7 pieces: 32 rue Vandenbranden, À Louer, Vader, Moeder, Kind, Dido & Aeneas, and La Visita. In 2022, he developed his own piece ANON as the director of JUMOK Dance Theater, which was performed in Seoul and Brussels. During the covid period, he created the dance film Uragano, which received awards and nominations at the Hollywood International Golden Age Festival (Best Dance Short, Best Sci-Fi), Paris International Short Film Festival (Finalist), Tokyo International Short Film Festival (Finalist), Berlin Short Award (Semi Finalist), Seoul Dance Film Festival (Official Selection), Montreal Independent Film Festival (Official Selection) in 2021.

In 2016, Hun-Mok directed Don’t be Afraid with the C&C company in Italy. He was also invited by the Korea World Dance Stars Festival to perform his solo Jean Marc. He worked as a choreographic advisor for the company Petri-dish for their production Driften in 2015, as well as for the company BaBa Fish’s production Expiry Date in 2014.

Hun-Mok graduated from the Dankook University’s dance department and received a degree as Performance Producer at the Seoul School of Performing Arts in 2001. A year later, his solo piece A Whistle was awarded first prize in the young choreographers category at MODAFE, and he himself won twice the Best Dancer Award at the Korea Dance Festival. Moreover, Hun-Mok earned a Master’s degree at Dankook University with thesis in 2004, and established the dance and theatre group JU MOK that same year. In 2007, his own duet/performance Ring Wanderung won best choreographer & writer from Dance&people magazine, and the Arts Council Korea mentioned Hun-Mok as a rising choreographer. In 2009, MODAFE included the JU MOK production An Unconvenient Truth in their programme.

Hun-Mok Jung teaches dance workshops of the Peeping Tom-method with his unique material all over the world such as Brussels, Bogota, Strasbourg, L‘ile de la Reunion, Seoul, Tokyo, Matsumoto, Macao, Bordeaux, Marseille, Toulon, Toulouse, Lyon, Albi, La Raffinerie, Garage29, Danscentrum Jette, KVS, Company with Ultimavez, Barcelona, Rome, Firenze, Naples, Turin, Bologna, Zurich, and New York.

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