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은교 [videorecording] / 제공, 배급, 롯데엔터테인먼트 ; 제작, 정지우필름 ; 기획, 각본, 감독, 정지우.
Ŭn'gyo [videorecording] / chegong, paegŭp, Lotte Ent'ŏt'einmŏnt'ŭ ; chejak, Chŏng Chi-u P'illŭm ; kihoek, kakpon, kamdok, Chŏng Chi-u.
[Seoul] : K'eidi Midiŏ, 2012.
[Seoul] : 케이디미디어, 2012.
1 videodisc (129 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 supplemental DVD (sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.)
Triangles (Interpersonal relations)
Chŏng, Chi-woo, 1968-
Park, Hae-il, 1977-
Lotte Entertainment (Firm)
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Pak, Pŏm-sin, 1946-
"A renowned old poet of Korea, LEE Jeok-yo (PARK) has adopted an untalented but devoted student, the young novelist SEO Ji-woo (KIM Moo-yul), as his protege. Their relationship is a complicated one, equal parts love and hate, admiration and criticism. It becomes further complicated when 17-year-old HAN Eun-gyo (KIM Go-eun) seeks out the aged poet. Despite an alarming age difference, Jeok-yo finds himself entranced by Eun-gyo's charm and vibrancy. Ji-woo, a more appropriate suitor, also finds himself becoming slowly obsessed with the young girl. As this love triangle becomes more intense, resentment sets in between teacher and student, and Ji-woo must make a decision between love, lust and loyalty to his mentor."--Korean Movie Database (KMDb).
Based on the same titled novel by Pak Pŏm-sin.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2012.
Special features: Making documentary, Interviews, Deleted scenes, trailers.
Based on the same titled novel by 박범신.
P'ŭrodyusŏ, An Ŭn-mi, Yi Sang-hyŏn ; ch'waryŏng, Kim T'ae-gyŏng ; t'ŭksu punjang, Song Chong-hŭi.
프로듀서, 안은미, 이상현 ; 촬영, 김태경 ; 특수분장, 송종희.
Ch'ŏngsonyŏn kwallam pulga.
DVD; NTSC; region 3; anamorphic widescreen 1.85:1; Dolby digital 5.1 surround; dual layer.
Pak Hae-il, Kim Mu-yŏl, Kim Ko-ŭn.
박해일, 김무열, 김고은.
In Korean with optional subtitles in Korean and English.
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Na ŭi yŏngwŏn han ch'ŏnyŏ
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