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The Life of Shim-Cheong
The Life of Shim-Cheong
Theatrical poster to The Life of Shim-Cheong
Director Lee Gyu-hwan
(이규환)
Producer Kim Seong-chun
(김성춘)
Screenplay Lee Gyu-hwan
Art director Yim Myung-sun
(임명선)
Music Kim Dae-hyeon
(김대현)
Cinematographer Lym Byung-ho
(임병호)
Editor Lee Gyu-hwan
Lighting Kim Seong-chun
Sound recording Choe Chil-bok
(최칠복)
Production studio Donghae Film
(동해영화사)
Released October 16, 1956
Debut theatre Danseongsa
(단성사)
KMDb profile

The Life of Shim-Cheong (심청전 / 沈淸傳 - Sim Cheongjeon) is a 1956 film directed by Lee Gyu-hwan.[1]

SynopsisEdit

The classic story of Shim-cheong, a daughter who sold herself for 300 sacks of rice in order to give sight to her blind father.[1]

CastEdit

BibliographyEdit

The Life of Shim-Cheong 2

Alternate poster to The Life of Shim-Cheong

NotesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "심청전" (in Korean). Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2011-08-04.

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