North Korean Partisan in South Korea (1990)


Introduction

North Korean Partisan in South Korea is a 1990 South Korean war drama film directed by Chung Ji-young.

It is based upon the experiences of Lee Tae, a war correspondent and Partisan during the Korean War.

Also known as Nambugun: North Korean Partisan in South Korea and Nambugun (original title).

Outline

South Korean production exploring a North Korean perspective of the long, gruelling account of the Korean War based on memoirs of Lee Tae, former news agency correspondent who fought for North Korean partisans.

Cast

  • Ahn Sung-ki … Lee Tae.
  • Choi Jin-sil … Park Min-ja.
  • Choi Min-soo…Kim Young.
  • Lee Hye-young…Kim Hee-suk.

Production & Filming Details

  • Director(s): Chung Ji-young.
  • Producer(s): Chung Ji-young.
  • Writer(s): Lee Tae (novel) and Jang Sun-woo.
  • Music: Shin Bung-ha.
  • Cinematography: You Yong-kil.
  • Editor(s): Kim Hyeon.
  • Production: Nam Productions.
  • Distributor(s): Nishigahara Jimakusha.
  • Release Date: 02 June 1990.
  • Running Time: 157 minutes.
  • Rating: Unknown.
  • Country: South Korea.
  • Language: Korean.

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