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Traces
Traces
Theatrical poster to Traces
Director Shin Sang-ok[1]
(신상옥)
Producer Shin Sang-ok
Planner Ho Hyun-chan
(호현찬)
Screenplay Songsan Seon-sam
(송산선삼-
Zenzō Matsuyama
(松山善三
-Japanese author)
Based on MisankyeoJee
(미산계지-
Toshiyuki Kajiyama
(梶山季之
-Japanese author)
Art director Chung Woo-taek
(정우택)
Music Jeong Yoon-joo
(정윤주)
Cinematographer Choi Seung-woo
(최승우)
Editor O Seong-hwan
(오성환)
Lighting Ma Yong-cheon
(마용천)
Production studio Shin Films
(신필림)
Released October 11, 1967
Running time 80 min.
Budget approx. KRW 12,000,000[2]
Debut theatre Academy
(아카데미)
Attendance 31,283
IMDb profile
KMDb profile

Traces (이조잔영 / 李朝殘影 - Ijojanyeong) is a 1967 film directed by Shin Sang-ok.[1]

SynopsisEdit

During the latter part of the Japanese occupation of Korea, a Japanese teacher of fine arts helps a Korean escape from the Japanese military police. The man he rescued introduces the Japanese man to a gisaeng. The Japanese man becomes infatuated with the gisaeng, but she does not return his affection because her parents were killed by the Japanese. Heart-broken, the Japanese man commits suicide. The gisaeng is in love with a Korean patriot whose father is pro-Japanese. The Korean patriot is drafted into the Japanese military, but survives the war only to be killed upon returning to Korea when his parents' house is burned down due to their collaboration with the Japanese.[1]

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NotesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "이조잔영" (in Korean). Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2011-07-11.
  2. Traces (1967) at the Internet Movie Database

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