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오! 수정 [videorecording] / Miracin Korea ; 제작 안 병주 ; 감독, 각본 홍 상수.
O! Sujŏng [videorecording] / Miracin Korea ; chejak An Pyŏng-ju ; kakpon, kamdok Hong Sang-su.
[Sŏul] : KOFIC, 2005.
1 DVD (126 min.) : b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Romance fiction, Korean
Hong, Sang-su, 1960-
홍 상수, 1960-
Yi, Ŭn-ju, 1980-2005
이 은주, 1980-
Chŏng, Po-sŏk, 1961-
정 보석, 1961-
Mun, Sŏng-gŭn, 1953-
문 성근, 1953-
Mirasin K'oria (Firm)
미라신 코리아 (Firm)
Yŏnghwa Chinhŭng Wiwŏnhoe (Korea)
영화 진흥 위원회 (Korea)
Library of Congress genre(s)
The varied colors of Korean cinema (2005)
Soo-jung is a screenwriter for a local cable TV station. She is close with the program producer Young-soo. In attempts to urge his rich frind Jae-hoon to finance an independent film he is currently directing. Young-soo visits Jae-hoon's gallery with Soo-jung tagging along. Jae-hoon finds himself attracted to Soo-jung and asks her to become his lover. Soo-jung somewhat reluctantly accepts the offer on condition that it will only be when they go out for a drink. Their tug-of-war reveals that Soo-jung is still a virgin and this impresses Jae-hoon as well as escalates his frustration. Meanwhile Young-soo also expresses his feelings for Soo-jung, who has to decide whether to surrender her viginity as Jae-hoon anxiously awaits her at a hotel room.
Originally released as a motion picture in 2000.
Director of Photography, Ch'oe Yŏng-t'aek; editor, Ham Sŏng-wŏn; music, Ok Kil-sŏng.
Director of Photography, 최 영택 ; editor, 함 성원 ; music, 옥 길성.
DVD, Dolby digital surround 5.1, NTSC, region all, single side dual layer, aspect ratio 1.85:1.
Yi Ŭn-ju, Chŏng Po-sŏk, Mun Sŏng-gŭn.
이 은주, 정 보석, 문 성근.
In Korean with optional subtitles in Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese, French, German and Spanish.
English title known as
Virgin stripped bare by her bachelors
Variant title on container
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