Two Husbands
Two Husbands
Theatrical poster to Two Husbands
Director Yu Hyun-mok
Producer Lee Jong-byeok
Planner Kim Seung-eop
Screenplay Shin Bong-seung
Assistant director Park Seung-gwan
Art director Kim Ho-geun
Music Choi Chang-kwon
Cinematographer You Young-gill
Editor Ree Kyoung-ja
Lighting Kim Yeong-su
Sound recording Choi Hyung-rai
Property Park Myeong-su
Production studio Dong Yang Films
Released February 28, 1970
Running time 100 min.
Debut theatre Myeongbo
IMDb profile
KMDb profile

Two Husbands (두 여보 or 여보 - Du Yeobo or Yeobo) is a 1970 film directed by Yu Hyun-mok.[1]


Two men, Haeng-sik and Seon-bok, are both in love with Chun-sil, the daughter of a ginseng seller. Chun-sil's father gives Haeng-sik permission to marry his daughter, however Chun-sil leaves home when he comes down with a skin disease. When he returns, Haeng-sik finds that Seon-bok has married Chun-sil. Haeng-sik moves in with them, giving Chun-sil two husbands. When she becomes pregnant, and the parentage of the child is unknown, she commits suicide out of shame.[1]





  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 "두 여보" (in Korean). Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2011-07-24.

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