마야고 / 감독, 각본, 강대하.

Mayago / kamdok, kakpon, Kang Tae-ha.

Format
Video/Projected medium
Language
Korean
Published/​Created
  • [Seoul] : At'ŭ Pijyŏn Ent'ŏt'einmŏnt'ŭ, 2014.
  • [Seoul] : 아트비젼엔터테인먼트, 2014.
Description
1 videodisc (94 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.

Details

Subject(s)
LegendsKorea (South)Drama [Browse]
Film director
Screenwriter
Actor
Film producer
Cinematographer
Film editor
Musical director
Publisher
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Series
Medium/​Support
4 3/4 in.
Summary note
"The legend of Mayago of Jiri Mountain tells of a woman discarded by her husband, the god, Banya. Mayago waits for him with much bitterness. One day in the present, Maya uses her powers to transfer herself into a modern woman named Naya. As Naya, she shares a destined love with an art student named Kang Min-wu. Waiting for Min-wu, Naya lives at Mayago's Temple. Then one day, the modern incarnation of Banya comes to the thick forest of Jae-suk Summit with his new girlfriend, Ro Mi-ae, to do some painting. They fall into Mayago's trap who is in her modern incarnation of Naya. In her temple, Mayago as Naya releases hundreds of years of bitterness through love, culminating in ashes. Having lost Banya, Mayago, now possessing Ro Mi-ae, starts to wander the city in search of love."--Korean Movie Database (KMDb).
Notes
  • Originally produced as a motion picture in 1990.
  • 16:9 letterbox.
  • Contains the film script in PDF format viewable on PC.
Creation/​Production credits
  • Chejak, Yi T'ae-hŭi ; kakpon, Kang Tae-ha ; ch'waryŏng, An T'ae-wan ; p'yŏnjip, Hyŏn Tae-wŏn ; ŭmak, Im Chŏng-ho.
  • 제작, 이태희 ; 각본, 강대하 ; 촬영, 안태완 ; 편집, 현대원 ; 음악, 임정호.
Target audience
  • Ch'ŏngsonyŏn kwallam pulga.
  • 청소년관람불가.
Participant(s)/​Performer(s)
  • Sin Mi-a, Yi Yŏng-uk, Yun Ye-suk.
  • 신미아, 이영욱, 윤예숙.
Other title(s)
  • Mayago
  • 摩耶姑
OCLC
908203819
International Article Number
  • 8809154152540
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