"You may well come to feel unpleasant and dislike all those scenes but I did not want to sugarcoat them", Bong informed a information conference with the film's cast and crew in the South Korean cash of Seoul.
Out of the six nominations, the movie managed to win four honours at the 92nd Annual Academy Awards- Best Picture, Best Director, Best International Feature Film, Best Original Screenplay, Best Production Design, and Best Film Editing.
Bong Joon-ho, director of Oscar-winning at the press conference in Seoul, South Korea.More news: Hundreds of health workers infected by coronavirus in China
"He told me to take rest, but just a little bit of it and get back to work, as he is awaiting my next movie", Bong said.
Noting that "Parasite" was already commercially successful in North America, France, Vietnam, Japan, the United Kingdom and his native South Korea even before his Oscar triumph, Bong said that "Regardless of the (Oscar) wins, the biggest pleasure and the most significant meaning was the fact that many audiences around the world of our times respond to the movie". The flick tells a tale about the members of a poor household family, who somehow get employed by a wealthy family by infiltrating the household and posing as unrelated, highly qualified individuals. Last May, Bong won the prestigious Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. "He (Scorsese) said that I did a good job and peace and quiet, but only a little, because he and all the others were looking forward to my next film".More news: Pompeo closes Africa tour with warning about China's 'empty promises'
Bong Joon Ho had mentioned his admiration for Martin Scorsese and his brand of cinema after he mentioned him in his acceptance speech after winning Best Director award.
But Bong said he hoped "Parasite" would be remembered for its content as much as its accolades.More news: The People's Bank of China cut interest rates: AUD and Yuan sliding