Movie / Poster / Still
Title Arirang (Alilang)
Year of Production 1926
Producer Chun (Korean name : Chang-sun Kim)
Production Company Cho Sun Kinema Co.
Production Cost 1,200
Distributor
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Date of Theatrical Release 1926-10-01
Number of Audience 150,000
Rating
Running Time 0 min.
Writer
World Distribution Japan (27)
Opening Theater Dan Sung Sa
Screenplay(Adaptation) Na Woon-kyu
Director Na Woon-kyu
Assistant Director
Executive Producer Chin Soo (Japan)
Director of PhotoGraphy Ka dung gong Pyung (Japan)
Assistant director
of PhotoGraphy
Gaffer
Assistant Lighting
Music
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Episode Song
Art Director
Costumes
Set Decorator
Makeup
Special Makeup
Editor Ka Dung Gong Pyung (Japan)
Sound/Recording  
Synchronous
Sound/Recording
 
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CG(Visual Effect)
Still Photographer
Film Development by Ka Dung Gong Pyung (Japan)
Color Timer
Public Relations
Cast(Actor/Actress) Na Woon-kyu, Shin Il-sun, Namgoong Woon, Hong Meong-sun , Joo In-kyu
Genre Melo
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Awards
Synopsis In a town, Yeong-jin is a madman living with his father and his younger sister Yeong-hee. One day, Yeong-jin's friend Hyeon-gu comes to visit and becomes heartbroken at Yeong-jin's sorrowful state. He meets Yeong-hee there and the two fall in love. Meanwhile, Oh Gi-ho, the household manager of the town's evil landlord, has feelings for Yeong-hee and tries to rape her on a town festival night when all the other townspeople are gathered up in the plaza. Hyeon-gu appears just in time and the two start fighting. Oh Gi-ho is hit by the sickle wielded by Yeong-jin and shocked at the sight of blood, Yeong-jin regains his sanity but he has already killed Oh Gi-ho. Yeong-jin is handcuffed by Japanese police officers and dragged off beyond the hills of Arirang Mountain.