Movie / Poster / Still
Title Oh Mong-nyeo (Omongnyeo)
Year of Production 1937
Producer Boon Do Joo Cha Rang(Japan)
Production Company Kyeong Sung Studio
Production Cost 10,000
Date of Rate
Number of Rate
Date of Theatrical Release 1937-01-20
Number of Audience 0
Running Time 0 min.
Writer Lee Tae-joon
World Distribution
Opening Theater Dan Sung Sa
Screenplay(Adaptation) Lee Woon-kyu
Director Lee Woon-kyu
Assistant Director
Executive Producer
Director of PhotoGraphy Lee Myeong-woo
Assistant director
of PhotoGraphy
Gaffer Choi Jin
Assistant Lighting
Theme song
Episode Song
Art Director
Set Decorator
Special Makeup
Editor Lee Myeong-woo
Sound/Recording Lee Pil-woo  
Sound Effect  
Special Effect
CG(Visual Effect)
Still Photographer
Film Development by Lee Pil-woo
Color Timer
Public Relations
Cast(Actor/Actress) Yoon Bong-choon, Noh Jae-sin, Kim Il-hae, Lim Woon-hak.
Genre Literary
Related Staff
Remarks Posthumous Film of Na Woon-kyu
Synopsis Blind man Kim who lives by the river has a foster daughter Oh mong-nyeo. He is old and aged, but still feels sexual urges upon touching the skin of his grown daughter. Meanwhile, young men working on the foreshores attempt to court Oh mong-nyeo and swarm around her. One day, Oh mong-nyeo is faced with men trying to rape her and runs away to the foreshore to jump into one of the boats. The men and her blind father run after her but the boat has left already. Oh mong-nyeo gets engaged to the young ferryman Kim Il-hae and the two row off into the horizon in search of their paradise.