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Seopyeonje (서편제)

서편제 (Seo-pyeon-je)

Directed by Im Kwon-taek (임권택)

Musical Drama Historical

112min | Release date in South Korea :

Also known as "Seopyonje" and "Sopyonje"
Synopsis
After a long search asking about his half-sisterís whereabouts, Dongho finally encounters Songhwa, now a wandering and blind songstress. Pansoriís wonderful emotional influence, Korean peopleís uprooted lives, and an artistís madness merged in the beautiful sceneries makes this film sad and cruel.

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     Kim Myung-gon (김명곤)
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     Lee Cheong-joon (이청준)
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     Park Soon-deok (박순덕)
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     Park Kok-ji (박곡지)
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    Airing dates : 1993/04/10

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