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- Movie: Chunhyang
- Revised romanization: Chunhyang
- Hangul: 춘향뎐
- Director: Im Kwon-Taek
- Writer: Cho Sang-Hyun, Kang Hye-Yun
- Release Date: January 29, 2000
- Runtime: 134 min.
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Chunhyang is set on the eve of the 18th century in Korea's Joseon Dynasty. Mongryong (Cho Seung-Woo) is the studious 16-year-old son of a Governor who, as the film opens, is about to go away for several years to take exams to become a state official. Before he buckles down, Mongryong does a bit of sightseeing with his servant, Pangja. One day, he lays eyes on a beautiful girl named Chunhyang (Lee Hyo-Jeong) and falls in love with her, despite the differences in their social status (she's the daughter of a gisaeng).
Mongryong promises to marry Chunhyang, as soon as he returns from his exams. She agrees to wait, but, in the meantime, a new Governor (Lee Jeong-Heon) has taken control of the province. He hears of Chunhyang he tries to make the young woman his mistress. She refuses and is badly beaten and given the death sentence.
- Based on the Korean folktale "Chung Hyang".
- Other movies based on the "Chun Hyang" folktale:
- Bang Ja Jeon (2009)
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