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The Wanderer
The Wanderer
Theatrical poster to The Wanderer
Director Lee Man-heung
(이만흥)
Producer Park Gyeong-ju
Planner Choe Hyeong-ryul
(최형률)
Jeong Yeong-gu
(정영구)
Based on Kim Yong-Jae
(김용제)
Assistant director Park Myeong-heung
(박명흥)
Im Han-rim
(임한림)
Park Guk-won
(박국원)
Art director Park Seok-in
(박석인)
Music Jeon O-seung
(전오승)
Cinematographer Kim Gwang-yeol
(김광열 / 김광렬)
Editor Kim Young-hee
(김영희)
Lighting Seo Myeong-hun
(서명훈)
Sound recording Choe Chil-bok
(최칠복)
Lee Sang-man
(이상만)
Production studio Dae Yang Films
(대양영화사)
Released July 18, 1957
Running time 96 min.
Debut theatre Cinema Korea
(씨네마코리아)
KMDb profile

The Wanderer (김삿갓 / 金삿갓 - Gimsatgat) is a 1957 film directed by Lee Man-heung.[1]

SynopsisEdit

Because of his grandfather's politics, a young man is unable to attain a government position. He becomes an itinerant poet, eventually settling in a town where he opens a school. When he falls in love with a young woman who turns out to be the daughter of his grandfather's political enemy, he again takes for the road, and the woman becomes a Buddhist nun.[1]

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NotesEdit

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

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