Kim Kyu Tae

Kim Kyu Tae is a South Korean television director and producer. Kim joined the KBS network in 1996, where he first worked as an assistant director then as a second unit director, notably for "Yellow Handkerchief". For the single-episode anthology Drama City, Kim drew critical acclaim in 2004 for two low-budget but visually stylish and experimental episodes: "Anagram" and "Blue Skies of Jeju Island". He also received the Best Director award at the 42nd Beaksang for his work in "A Love to Kill". His most popular works include "It’s Okay That’s Love", "Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo", and "Live".

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Native Name: 김규태

Birth Name: Gyu Tae Kim

Nationality:  Korean

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Gender: Male

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