Skip to search
Skip to main content
Title starts with
Author (sorted by title)
Call number (browse)
Princeton University Library Catalog
아카시아 [videorecording] = Acacia / 감독, 박기형.
Ak'asia [videorecording] = Acacia / kamdok, Pak Ki-hyŏng.
[Seoul] : Entŏwŏn, 2007.
[Seoul] : 엔터원, 2007.
1 videodisc (130 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Sim, Hye-jin, 1967-
Library of Congress genre(s)
"Mi-suk is a textile artist living with her husband who is an obstetrician, and kind-hearted father-in-law. They own an attractive house in the rural area, with an old Acacia tree in the middle of the lawn. They seem to be a happy family, but Mi-suk still doesn't have a baby after 10 years of marriage. Do-il suggests adopting a child. After long consideration, she agrees. At the orphanage, she is drawn to the bizarre drawings of a tree. They decide to adopt the 6-year-old Jin-seong who had drawn that picture. Jin-seong is a quiet, shy boy. He has difficulty adjusting to the new family and surroundings, and keeps to himself, always near the acacia tree or drawing pictures. Mi-suk and Do-il love Jin-seong as their own, and the boy slowly starts to open himself to them, when Mi-suk gets pregnant. After the baby boy is born, Jin-seong's odd behavior seems to get worse. On a stormy night, Jin-seong disappears and the acacia tree that seemed to have been petrified starts to blossom again. Terrible things begin to happen to the family."--Korean Movie Database (KMDb).
Originally released as a motion picture in 2003.
Chejak, Kang Sŏng-gyu, Yu Yŏng-sik, Pak Ki-hyŏng ; p'ŭrodyusŏ, Yu Yŏng-sik ; sinario, Sŏng Ki-yŏng, Pak Ki-hyŏng.
제작, 강성규, 유영식, 박기형 ; 프로듀서, 유영식 ; 시나리오, 성기영, 박기형.
Ch'ŏngsonyŏn kwallam pulga.
DVD; NTSC; region 3; Anamorphic widescreen 2.35:1; Dolby digital surround 5.1; Dual layer.
Sim Hye-jin, Kim Chin-gŭn, Mun U-min.
심혜진, 김진근, 문우민.
In Korean with optional subtitles in English and Korean.
Gift; Korean Film Council; 2009.
Statement on language in description
Princeton University Library aims to describe library materials in a manner that is respectful to the individuals and communities who create, use, and are represented in the collections we manage.
Ask a Question
Suggest a Correction
Report Harmful Language