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황해 [videorecording] / 제작, (주)팝콘필름 ; 각본, 감독, 나홍진.
Hwanghae [videorecording] / chejak, (Chu) P'apk'on P'illŭm ; kakpon, kamdok, Na Hong-jin.
[Seoul] : K'eidi Midiŏ, 2011.
[Seoul] : 케이디미디어, 2011.
1 videodisc (156 min.) : sd., col., 4 3/4 in. + 1 supplement DVD (94 min.).
P'apk'on P'illŭm (Firm)
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"Gu-nam, a taxi driver in Yanbian, struggles with a snowballing debt. His wife left for South Korea six months ago and he hasn't heard from her since then. He starts gambling to make money but always loses. One day, Gu-nam is offered a job by Myeon-ga, a hit man. The job is to assassinate someone in South Korea. Left without choice and desperate, Gu-nam takes on the job to repay all his debts and see his wife and crosses the Yellow Sea. When he arrives in Seoul, he waits for an opportunity to kill his target and searches for his wife at the same time. But his target gets killed before his very eyes, and he falls into a trap. He is framed for murder that he does not commit and is chased by the police. Meanwhile, Tae-won, who committed the murder, tries to kill Gu-nam to eliminate all evidences; Myeon-ga who is in Yanbian crosses the Yellow Sea and begins to chase Gu-nam."--Korean Movie Database (KMDb).
Originally released as a motion picture in 2010.
Chejak, Han Sŏng-gu ; p'ŭrodyusŏ, Chŏng Tae-hun ; kihoek, Ch'oe Sŏng-sik ; ch'waryŏng, Yi Sŏng-je ; chomyŏng, Hwang Sun-uk ; p'yŏnjip, Kim Sŏn-min ; ŭmak, Chang Yŏng-kyu, Yi Pyŏng-hun ; misul, Yi Hu-gyŏng.
제작, 한성구 ; 프로듀서, 정대훈 ; 기획, 최성식 ; 촬영, 이성제 ; 조명, 황순욱 ; 편집, 김선민 ; 음악, 장영규, 이병훈 ; 미술, 이후경.
Ch'ŏngsonyŏn kwallam pulga.
DVD; NTSC; region 3; anamorphic widescreen 2.35:1; Dolby digital 5.1 surround; dual layer.
Ha Chŏng-u, Kim Yun-sŏk, Cho Sŏng-ha.
하정우, 김윤석, 조성하.
In Korean with optional subtitles in Korean.
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