Director Jung Isak and girl group BLACKPINK, who directed the movie "Minari," were selected as Asia's most influential Asians.
According to Goldhouse's "100 Most Influential Asian" released on the 6th, director Jung Isak and BLACKPINK were named.
Goldhouse also added "K-pop fandom" to the list of 100 people, saying, "K-pop fandom is having a huge impact on social and political activities."
The list included Christina Oh, the producer of "Minari" production company Plan B, Chloe Zhao of "Nomadland," who won three Academy Awards, and Shimuru, who starred in the Marvel film "The Legend of Shanchi and Ten Rings," which featured Asian superheroes.
Goldhouse is an organization that protects Asian identity and sponsors cultural diversity.
In January, they held a gold list ceremony with the Asia-Pacific Entertainment Association (CAPE) and won seven gold medals in "Minari" including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actor (Stephen Yeon), Best Actress (Han Ye-ri), Best Supporting Actress (Yoon Yo-jung), and Best Supporting Actor (Allen Kim).
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