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춤추는동물원 [videorecording] / 제공, (주)인디스토리 ; 제작, 핸디크래프트필름 ; 각본, 김효정 ; 감독, 박성용, 김효정.
Ch'umch'unŭn tongmurwŏn [videorecording] / chegong, (Chu) Indi Sŭt'ori ; chejak, Haendi K'ŭraep'ŭt'ŭ P'illŭm ; kakpon, Kim Hyo-jŏng ; kamdok, Pak Sŏng-yong, Kim Hyo-jŏng.
[Seoul] : (Chu) Tiesŭ Midiŏ, 2012.
[Seoul] : (주)디에스미디어, 2012.
1 videodisc (115 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Pak, Sŏng-yong, 1979-
Indi Sŭt'ori (Firm)
Haendi K'ŭraep'ŭt'ŭ P'illŭm
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"Joon-soo, deciding to move to Seoul to fulfill his dream of becoming a musician, accidentally meets Hee-jeong, an independent musician who just broke up with her boyfriend, while singing a breakup song to his monkey friend in a zoo. They get close to each other through music, and Joon-soo helps Hee-jeong, who performs at a club in Hongik University, with her guitar session. Both are very loving toward each other. They eventually live together in a house. One day, their relationship, which is already in danger due to their different musical worlds, disintegrates after a bitter squabble when Joon-soo plays his part differently. Joon-soo becomes famous after he gets chosen by a big entertainment company and becomes a real musician, but Hee-jeong holds a concert alone in a club. Nonetheless, they realize the void each leaves in the other's life and look for each other as if attracted by magnet."--Korean Movie Database (KMDb).
Originally released as a motion picture in 2009.
P'ŭrodyusŏ, O P'il-chin ; ch'waryŏng, Pak Sŏng-yong ; p'yŏnjip, Pak Sŏng-yong, Kim Hyo-jŏng.
프로듀서, 오필진 ; 촬영, 박성용 ; 편집, 박성용, 김효정.
15-se isang kwallam ka.
DVD; NTSC; region all; anamorphic widescreen 16:9; Dolby digital 2.0 stereo; dual layer.
Han Hŭi-jong, Mon-gu.
In Korean with optional subtitles in English and Korean
English title on title screen
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