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Why the Cuckoo Cries

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Genre  Drama, Horror
Running time  1h 43m
Screenplay  Hee-jae Lim
Country  South Korea
Director  Lee Gyu-Woong
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Music director  Jeong-geun Jeon
Writer  Hee-jae Lim
Language  Korean
Why the Cuckoo Cries movie poster
Release date  July 28, 1967 (1967-07-28)
Initial release  July 28, 1967 (South Korea)
People also search for  Blood Relation, A Sad Story of Danjong
Cast  Ji-mee Kim, Seong-il Shin, Hwang Jung-seun, Do Kum-bong

Why the Cuckoo Cries (두견새 우는 사연 - Dugyeonsae uneun sayeon) is a 1967 South Korean film directed by Lee Kyu-woong.

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Synopsis

A horror melodrama about the daughter of a kisaeng who dies of a broken heart after her boyfriend's father rejects their marriage. The woman's ghost appears to haunt the boyfriend after he marries another woman.

Cast

  • Kim Ji-mee
  • Shin Seong-il
  • Hwang Jung-sun
  • Do Kum-bong
  • Kim Hyo-jin
  • Lee Nak-hoon
  • Han Eun-jin
  • Jeong Min
  • Joo Sun-tae
  • Gang Mi-ae
  • Ahn In-sook
  • References

    Why the Cuckoo Cries Wikipedia
    Why the Cuckoo Cries themoviedb.org Why the Cuckoo Cries IMDb


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