Korean intertitles Release dateNovember 5, 1927 (1927-11-05)
Jalitgeola (잘 있거라; Farewell) is a 1927 Korean film. The silent, black and white film was written, directed, produced, edited by and starred Na Woon-gyu (1902-1937). This was the first film from Na's own production company, Na Woon-gyu Productions, financed by Park Seung-pil, owner of the Danseongsa theater in Seoul. The film premiered at the Danseongsa theater in November 1927.
This film is a melodrama telling a story of greed and lust. It begins with millionaire Min Bum-shik's wife and a steward plotting Min's murder in order to collect his money. Rapes, murder and prison sentences follow in the convoluted plot.
Kim Yeon-shil (Hong Ryeon)
Joo Sam-son (Park Jeong-song)
Jeon Ok (Hwang Soon-nyeo)
Na Woon-gyu (Kyeong Ho)
Park Jeong-seop (Soon-nyeo's father, Hwang Seon-dal)