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Potato (film)

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Genre  Drama
Running time  1h 52m
Country  South Korea
Director  Byeon Jang-Ho
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Music director  Lee Cheol-Hyeok
Language  Korean
Potato (film) movie poster
Release date  March 1, 1987 (1987-03-01)
Writer  Jong-won Hong, Dong-in Kim (screenplay), Ha-lim Kim, Hie-woo Lee, Han-bong Na
Screenplay  Hie-woo Lee, Na Han-Bong, Kim Ha-rim
Cast  Kang Soo-yeon (Bok-Nyeo), Lee Dae-Geun, Kim Hyeong-Ja, Kim In-mun, Hong Seong-Min
Similar movies  Kang Soo-yeon appears in Potato and Come Come Come Upward, Painted Fire (2002), Seopyeonje (1993), Adada (1987), Mandala (1981)

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Potato (Hangul: 감자; RR: Gamja) is a 1987 South Korean remake of a 1967 film with the same name, and the second adaptation of Kim Dong-in's short novel.

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Plot

Bok-nyo is forced to marry a widower who is older than she is. After the marriage, she goes to work at a salt farm, where she is raped by her boss. Bok-nyo decides to make money by changing her lifestyle. Later, she falls in love with a Chinese herbalist in Korea, Mr. Wang. Bok-nyo becomes jealous when Mr. Wang gets married. She tries to kill Wang, but Mr. Wang kills Bok-nyo and hides her body.

Cast

  • Kang Soo-yeon
  • Kim In-moon
  • Lee Dae-keun
  • Kim Hyeong-ja
  • Choe In-suk
  • Cho Ju-mi
  • References

    Potato (film) Wikipedia
    Potato (film) IMDb


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