Madame Freedom
Madame Freedom
Theatrical poster to Madame Freedom
Director Han Hyung-mo
Producer Bang Dae-hun
Planner Eom Mun-geun
Lee Rae-won
Screenplay Kim Seong-Min
Based on Jeong Bi-Seok
Assistant director Park Seong-ho
Art director Lee Bong-seon
Music Kim Yong-hwan
Cinematographer Lee Seong-hwi
Editor Han Hyung-mo
Lighting Lee Han-chan
Sound recording Sim Jae-hun
Production studio SamSeong Film
Released June 9, 1956
Running time 124 min.
Debut theatre Sudo
Attendance 150,000
Followed by Madame Freedom 2 (1957)
IMDb profile
KMDb profile

Madame Freedom (자유부인 / 自由夫人 - Jayu buin) is a 1956 film directed by Han Hyung-mo.[1] It was one of the four top South Korean films at the box-office for 1956.[2]


When a professor's wife takes a job at a boutique, she meets new people, and starts attending dance parties where she meets a man she likes. The professor is also tempted to start an affair with one of his students. In the end, they decide not to ruin their marriage.[1]




  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "자유부인" (in Korean). Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2011-08-02.
  2. Lee, Young-il (1988). "9. Feature Films Which Recorded More than 100,000 Ticket Sales in Seoul". The History of Korean Cinema. Seoul: Motion Picture Promotion Corporation. p. 295. ISBN 8-9880-9512-X.

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