Theatrical poster to Arirang
|Director|| Lee Kang-cheon|
|Planner|| Lee Seok-cheon|
|Screenplay|| Jo Jin-gu|
|Art director|| Lee Kang-cheon|
|Music|| Park Si-chun|
|Cinematographer|| Gang Yeong-hwa|
|Editor|| Lee Kang-cheon|
|Production studio|| Bakho Production|
|Released||June 11, 1954|
|Debut theatre|| Shigonggwan|
During the Korean War, two American soldiers hide in the barn of Yeong-jin, a mentally ill farmer in an area controlled by the North Koreans. Yeong-jin's sister helps the soldiers and refuses to allow her father to turn them into the North. Gi-ho is in love with Yeong-jin's sister, and uses his knowledge of the American soldiers to attempt to blackmail her into marrying him. Yeong-jin kills Gi-ho, and regains his sanity.
- Arirang (1954) at the Internet Movie Database
- "아리랑" (in Korean). Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2011-07-28.