|The Ownerless Ferryboat|
Theatrical poster to The Ownerless Ferryboat
|Director|| Lee Gyu-hwan|
|Producer|| Gang Jeong-won|
|Cinematographer|| Lee Myeong-u|
|Editor|| Lee Gyu-hwan|
|Production studio|| Yoo Shin Kinema|
|Released||September 14, 1932|
A poor farmer and his wife sell their land and move to Seoul in hopes of a better life. The farmer works as a rikshaw man until his wife needs hospitalization and he steals to pay for her bills. After he is released from prison for the theft, he discovers that his wife is having an affair. With his daughter he returns to the countryside where he works as a ferryman. After ten years of this life, a bridge is built which takes away the ferryman's means of living. He dies when he is hit by a train while trying to destroy the bridge, and his daughter dies in a housefire.
- The Ownerless Ferryboat (1932) at the Internet Movie Database
- "임자없는 나룻배" (in Korean). Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2011-07-26.