I think world cinema in general is great, it gives you an interesting peek into the psyche of different countries. It can give you insight into how people are living across the world or explain societal/political issues that would be otherwise be hard to understand. I think BJH is great at showing how a portion of South Korea lives, and visually show us the society that these people live in. In general I'm much more interested in Japanese cinema, but there's definitely great stuff that is coming out of pretty much all of Asia that I do enjoy watching through. Right now there's just so many great directors working out of Korea BJH, lee chang dong, hong sang soo, etc. But there are definitely just as many great directors spread across Asia like Koreeda, Sono, hou hsiao shen, wkw, etc.