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이끼 [videorecording] / 제작, 시네마서비스 ; 각본, 정지우 ; 감독강우석.
Ikki [videorecording] / chejak, Sinema Sŏbisŭ ; kakpon, Chŏng Chi-u ; kamdok, Kang U-sŏk.
[Seoul] : Sinema Sŏbisŭ : At'ŭ Sŏbisŭ, 2010.
[Seoul] : 시네마서비스 : 아트서비스, 2010.
1 videodiscs (163 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Kang, U-sŏk, 1960-
Chŏng, Chi-woo, 1968-
Jung, Jae-young, 1971-
Park, Hae-il, 1977-
Yu, Seon, 1976-
Sinema Sŏbisŭ (Firm)
시네마 서비스 (Firm)
At'ŭ Sŏbisŭ (Firm)
아트 서비스 (Firm)
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"RYU Mok-hyeong, a member of a small prayer house located in a remote mountain village, is well-respected for his leadership and gift of speech. In order to build a new prayer house Mok- hyeong leaves the mountains to build a new village with the help of his friend, Yong-duk. Many years pass and Mok-hyeong is discovered dead after sharing a bottle of rice wine with Yong-duk. Mok-hyeong's good for nothing son, RYU Hae-guk, arrives from Seoul to attend his father's funeral. Hae-guk soon realizes that the villagers are trying to hide something from him leading him to seek the help of PARK Min-uk, the public prosecutor responsible for his demotion to a local branch during his more reckless past. Hae-guk plans to conduct his father's autopsy himself, but arrives at his father's grave only to find his corpse missing. Hae-guk suspects that Yong-duk is responsible."--Korean Movie Database (KMDb).
Originally released as a motion picture in 2010.
Ch'waryŏng, Kim Sŏng-bok ; ŭmak, Cho Yŏng-uk.
촬영, 김성복 ; 음악, 조영욱.
Ch'ŏngsonyŏn kwallam pulga.
DVD; NTSC; region 3; anamorphic widescreen 2.35:1; Dolby digital 5.1 surround; dual layer.
Chŏng Chae-yŏng, Pak Hae-il, Yu Chun-sang, Yu Sŏn.
정재영, 박해일, 유준상, 유선.
In Korean with optional subtitles in English and Korean.
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