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- Movie: Scarlet Innocence (English title) / Madam Bbaengduk (literal title)
- Revised romanization: Madam Bbaengduk
- Hangul: 마담 뺑덕
- Director: Yim Pil-Sung
- Writer: Jang Yoon-Mi, Yim Pil-Sung
- Producer: Seo Jong-Hae, Lim Sung-Won
- Cinematographer: Lee Sung-Je
- World Premiere: September 4, 2014 (Toronto International Film Festival)
- Release Date: October 2, 2014
- Runtime: 111 min.
- Genre: Romance
- Distributor: CJ Entertainment
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
8 years ago, University Professor Hak-Kyu (Jung Woo-Sung) moved to a small town because of a scandal. He worked as a literature instructor at a culture center. He fell in love with a young woman, Deok-Yi (Esom), who worked at an old amusement park. Once, Hak-Kyu was reinstated at the university he left the town for Seoul and left behind Deok-Yi.
Now, Hak-Kyu is a popular writer, but his Cheong (Park So-Young) blames him for her mother committing suicide. Hak-Kyu is also losing his eyesight to a disease. He is barely able to see. At this time, Se-Jung moves in next door. Nobody realizes Se-Jung is actually Deok-Yi, the woman Hak-Kyu betrayed 8 years ago.
- Movie retells the classic Korean tale "The Story of Simcheong" ("Simcheong Jeon"), but set in the present day.
- Filming began March 5, 2014 at an amusement park in Namwon, North Jeolla Province, South Korea. The first scene filmed involves Professor Hak-Kyu (Jung Woo-Sung) from Seoul meeting 20-year-old Deok-Yi (Esom) for the first time at an amusement part in a small city. Deok-Yi works at the amusement park.
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