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- Movie: The Book of Fish
- Revised romanization: Jasaneobo
- Hangul: 자산어보
- Director: Lee Joon-Ik
- Writer: Kim Se-Kyum
- Producer: Kim Sung-Cheol
- Release Date: March 31, 2021
- Runtime: 126 min.
- Distributor: Megabox Plus M
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki Staff ©
Jung Yak-Jeon (Sol Kyung-Gu) is a scholar and bureaucrat. He is exiled to the remote island Heuksando. There, he becomes fascinated with fish and decides to write about them. Jung Yak-Jeon asks young fisherman Chang-Dae (Byun Yo-Han) for help, but Chang-Dae turns him down. He states that he does not want to help a criminal. Jung Yak-Jeon is aware that Chang-Dae studies by himself and has a hard time studying. Jung Yak-Jeon then offers to exchange knowledge, with Jung Yak-Jeon offering his expertise in studies for Chang-Dae's expertise about the sea. Chang-Dae accepts the offer. Soon, Jung Yak-Jeon realizes that Chang-Dae studies to become successful and he becomes disappointed in him.
- Based on the true story of Jung Yak-Jeon (1758-1816) and Jang Chang-Dae. The movie's Korean title "Jasaneobo" is from the title of a book by Jung Yak-Jeon.
- Filming began August 19, 2019 and finished October 31, 2019.
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