Chun-Hee '75
Chun-hie (1975)
Theatrical poster to Chun-Hee '75
Director Shin Sang-ok[1]
Producer Sin Tae-seon
Planner Kim Cab-eui
Screenplay Yoo Dong-hun
Based on Alexandre Dumas, fils
Assistant director Lee Eun-su
Art director Song Back-kyu
Music Kim Hee-kap
Cinematographer Choi Seung-woo
Editor Kim Hyeon
Lighting Ma Yong-cheon
Sound recording Yu Chang-geuk
Yun Deok-yeong
Production studio Shin Production
Released October 18, 1975
Running time 90 min.
Debut theatre Kukdo
Attendance 24,231
Preceded by Chun-hie (1959)
IMDb profile
KMDb profile

Chun-Hee '75 (춘희'75 / 春嬉'75) is a 1975 film directed by Shin Sang-ok.[1]


When Chun-hee returns from a secret trip with Mr. Min, Min's daughter Jeong-Hee, confronts Chun-hee. Jeong-Hee knows of Chun-hee's disreputable past, and demands that she break off her relationship with her father. In retaliation, Chun-hee seduces Jeong-Hee's fiancee, In-Shik. In-Shik's father pleads with Chun-hee to leave her son. Though she loves In-Shik, Chun-hee returns to prostitution and dies of tuberculosis.[1]




  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "춘희'75" (in Korean). Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2011-07-17.

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