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'''''Arirang''''' is a 1926 film.<ref>[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0149706/  IMDb page] Retrieved 8 Sep 2017.</ref> This film was directed by Ra Un-Gya and starred Woon-gyu Na in the lead role.<ref>[https://www.revolvy.com/main/index.php?s=Arirang%20(1926%20film)  Details lost status of film] Retrieved 8 Sep 2017.</ref> Its country of origin is South Korea. This film is about a man's visit to a friend's house in the countryside, where he falls in love with the daughter.<ref>[http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2005/02/11/2005021161014.html  Details prospect of finding the lost film] Retrieved 8 Sep 2017.</ref>
 
 
'''''Arirang''''' is a 1926 film. <ref>[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0149706/  IMDb page] Retrieved 8 Sep 2017.</ref> This film was directed by Ra Un-Gya and starred Woon-gyu Na in the lead role. <ref>[https://www.revolvy.com/main/index.php?s=Arirang%20(1926%20film)  Details lost status of film] Retrieved 8 Sep 2017.</ref> Its country of origin is South Korea. This film is about a man's visit to a friend's house in the countryside, where he falls in love with the daughter. <ref>[http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2005/02/11/2005021161014.html  Details prospect of finding the lost film] Retrieved 8 Sep 2017.</ref>
 
 
 
This is an important film because it has always been regarded as a masterpiece of early Korean cinema. There is even an annual film festival and celebration of the film in South Korea, which is allegedly held on the original film set.
 
  
 
The film is known, like many other silent Korean films, to likely be lost permanently in the destruction of the Korean War. In 2005, there was a rumor that the film could be found in a recently deceased Japanese film collector's collection, but no further news was heard of these developments.
 
The film is known, like many other silent Korean films, to likely be lost permanently in the destruction of the Korean War. In 2005, there was a rumor that the film could be found in a recently deceased Japanese film collector's collection, but no further news was heard of these developments.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 03:15, 9 September 2017

Arirang.jpg

Cover of the film.

Status: Lost

Arirang is a 1926 film.[1] This film was directed by Ra Un-Gya and starred Woon-gyu Na in the lead role.[2] Its country of origin is South Korea. This film is about a man's visit to a friend's house in the countryside, where he falls in love with the daughter.[3]

The film is known, like many other silent Korean films, to likely be lost permanently in the destruction of the Korean War. In 2005, there was a rumor that the film could be found in a recently deceased Japanese film collector's collection, but no further news was heard of these developments.

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References

  1. IMDb page Retrieved 8 Sep 2017.
  2. Details lost status of film Retrieved 8 Sep 2017.
  3. Details prospect of finding the lost film Retrieved 8 Sep 2017.