GenreDrama Running time1h 23m ScreenplayYeong-su Kim, Hee-jae Lim LanguageKorean
Release dateOctober 3, 1963 (1963-10-03) WriterYeong-su Kim (novel), Hee-jae Lim (screenplay) Initial releaseOctober 3, 1963 (South Korea) CastJeong-sun Hwang (Bok-Soons Mother), Kim Seung-ho (Kim Deok-Sam), Kim Ji-mee (Ok-Hee), Shin Young-kyun (Older brother), Shin Seong-il Similar moviesShin Young-kyun and Jeong-sun Hwang appear in Blood Relation and The Sea Village
Blood Relation (혈맥 - Hyeolmaek) a.k.a. Kinship is a 1963 South Korean film directed by Kim Soo-yong. It was chosen as Best Film at the Grand Bell Awards and the Blue Dragon Film Awards.
An anti-communist film based on a play by Kim Su-yeong from 1948. The film depicts conflict between the generations in a village. The elders want their children to follow the old ways, but the children pursue a newer way of life and end up supporting their parents.