Video cover to Prisoner 407
|Director|| Shin Sang-ok|
|Screenplay|| Lee Sang-hyeon|
|Production studio|| Hap Dong Films|
|Released||February 27, 1976|
|Running time||94 min.|
|Debut theatre|| Scala|
|Followed by||Prisoner 407 2 (1976)|
During the Japanese occupation of Korea, prisoner Seo Kang-Hee tells her story to fellow prisoner Nam-Joo. Kang-Hee was in love with Ha-Ryun, who turned out to be working for the Japanese, and used Kang-Hee to betray Korean freedom fighters. Nam-Joo and Kang-Hee escape prison together and find Ha-Ryun just as he is being married to the daughter of a member of the Japanese military. Kang-Hee shoots Ha-Ryun, and Nam-Joo kills a guard by jumping out the window with him in her embrace.
- Prisoner 407 (1976) at the Internet Movie Database
- "여수 407호" (in Korean). Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2011-07-18.