However, the trouble for the Korean is -- he learned about Korea by being born there, and he never watches Korean dramas.
They also had to figure out how to legally clear the footage shot under false pretenses the images of Kubrick that appear in the film.
In the end, they used a loophole: The copyright-skirting legal concept known as fair use."There is a really great fair use [argument] if you are trying to make a story about something specific and you need the locations that you’re shooting in for that story," Johnson says.
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By early 2016, he has earned over 1.2 million followers.
The number of his followers has been increasing day by day which is an amazing factor.
So the question is: Are Korean Dramas a good introduction to Korean culture? Of course, it is always a tricky thing to glean a country by the way it is depicted in a TV show. Nope, the lifeguards usually wear shorts and sometimes a shirt.
For example, although the Korean has visited the beaches of America many times over, he has never seen this type of thing... And in case of an emergency, they usually run as fast as they can, not in slow motion.
"Because fair use, especially in the United States, and property law is changing so quickly, you’re able to make films like this.