The Space Between: Golden Age of Korean Cinema
Co-Presented with Los Angeles County Museum of Art(LACMA), GYOPO, and Korean Film Archive
Mother and a Guest
October 15, 6PM
Location: Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles(3rd Fl. Ari Hall)
5505 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036
FREE admission and Parking
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Mother and a Guest(Sarangbang Sonnimgwa Eomeoni)
1961 Yes-12 Republic of Korea 102min 1961-08-26(Release) 150,000(Total Admissions)
Director: Shin Sang-ok
Actor: Choi Eun-hee , Jeon Young-sun , Kim Jin-kyu , Han Eun-jin , Do Kum-bong
Plot: Ok-hee lives with her grandmother (Han, Eun-jin), mother (Choi, Eun-hee) and a housekeeper (Do, Geum-bong) in a house known as the "widow house". It got its name since all three women in the house are widows. One day, Mr. Han, a friend of Ok-hee's uncle, comes to stay as a boarder and Ok-hee who had never met her father before becomes quite fond of the man. Eventually, Ok-hee's mother and Mr. Han secretly fall in love with one another and Ok-hee becomes a secret messenger between the two. Mr. Han sends a letter through Ok-hee declaring his love for Ok-hee's mother. However, Ok-hee's mother gets concerned about her mother-in-law and her daughter and turns down Mr. Han's love confession. In the end, Mr. Han leaves for Seoul.
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