Interview with the Director "I Haven't Done Anything"
"It was a real story about the actor who played young Tae, so the story about his past is real, but the contemporary story of him being an adult in scripted." - Sang-min Park
OH Tae-kyung, once an up-and-coming actor, starts a YouTube channel as a breakthrough. He starts to produce content where he grants people's wishes, borrowing a concept from the movie “Oldboy”. Becoming a flop, and close to becoming just yet another broken toy, one day a subscriber asks him to uncover the story of a man standing alone with a picket sign saying “I haven't done anything yet”. Tae-kyung's insistence and shameless pig-headedness will be a gate to a whole new adventure for us.
Sang-min Park majored in film direction in college and produced many short black comedies before starting his career as an assistant director. After working on several films with Jung Bum-shik, he co-wrote the horror film "Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum" with him.