Why Parasite’s Director Wasn’t Worried About How Korean Culture Would Translate To Other Audiences

Certainly, there may have been some elements of Parasite that those not familiar with South Korea wouldn’t necessarily understand. The semi-basement apartment and the underground shelter that play pivotal roles in the story would be very familiar to South Korean audiences but might seem unusual when viewed elsewhere. However, in the end, the things that an audience tends latch onto in order to relate to characters are the little things, as Bong Joon Ho continues,

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