Kiss the Universe

Part 1 Doomsday
65 million years ago, in the Cretaceous Period, the age of dinosaurs, an asteroid, only about 10 km wide, crashes into the Yucatan Peninsula. It was doomsday for the dinosaurs and the Tyrannosaurus witnessed its last moment. Life forms on this small and fragile Earth can become victims to a universal event at any time. On this Earth, which will see its end one day, will humans, the only intellectual beings on Earth, be able to escape their fate through space development?

  • Woongdal Song
  • Wonsik Ra
  • YongHa Suh
  • Ji Hoon Ju
    Key Cast
  • Jaeman Choo
    Director of Photograph
  • Jaeyeong Jang
  • Dong-geum Ha
    Art Director
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Feature, Television
  • Genres:
    Sci-Fi, Cosmos, space science, Immersive Reality
  • Runtime:
    50 minutes 30 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    October 21, 2021
  • Country of Origin:
    Korea, Republic of
  • Country of Filming:
    Korea, Republic of
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital, AR
  • Aspect Ratio:
  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • Best Program of the month
    Korea, Republic of
    December 10, 2021
    Winner at terristrial TV section by KCSC, Korea Communications Standards Commission
  • Prix Jeunesse 2022
    June 10, 2022
    World Premiere
    Finalist at 11-15 years nonfiction
  • SilberSalz Science & Media Awards 2022
    June 15, 2022
    Finalist at Southern Lights category
Distribution Information
  • KBS Media
    Sales Agent
    Country: Worldwide
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Woongdal Song, Wonsik Ra

⦁ Woongdal Song
- Producer & Director of 5-episode documentary ‘Super Fish’ (2012)
Chief Producer of ‘KBS Special’(2017-2018)
- Award
Gold at the New York Festivals TV & Film Awards (2017)
“Platinum Remi Award” at the Houston International Film Festival (2013)
“Best Documentary Award” presented by Asian Broadcasting Union (2013)
“Best Program of the Year” in the field of creativity, presented by Korea Communications Commission (2012)
“Grand Prix of the Year” presented by Seoul YMCA (2012)

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Director Statement

We can’t actually visit the dinosaur age in the Cretaceous Period. We can only imagine how it must have been when the solar system was created. This documentary manifests outer space via AR technology and performing arts on the stage, allowing viewers to become immersed in the program as if enjoying a concert, and inspiring people to take on challenges toward space. We invite you to have a taste of this amazing experience.