Beongeoli Sam-ryong
Beongeoli Sam-ryong (Deaf Sam-ryong) is a 1929 Korean film written, directed, produced by and starring Na Woon-gyu (1902-1937). It premiered at the Choseon Theater in January 1929. It was the fifth f...
Deuljwi
Deuljwi (들쥐, Field Mouse) is a 1927 Korean film written, directed, edited by and starring Na Woon-gyu (1902-1937). It premiered at the Danseongsa Theater in Seoul.
The plot concerns a young coupl...
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Imjaeobtneun naleutbae
Imjaeopneun nareutbae (임자없는 나룻배) ("The Ownerless Ferry Boat") is a 1932 Korean film starring Na Woon-gyu. It premiered at Dan Sung Sa theater in downtown Seoul. This was director Lee Gyu-hwan's first...
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Byonsa
Byeonsa (Korean: 변사) is a Korean word that referred to orators that worked in Korean cinema theaters in the Silent Era of movies at stood near the screen. They narrated and commented on the events...
Punguna
Punguna (풍운아, Soldier of Fortune) is a 1926 Korean film. The silent, black-and-white film was written, directed, edited by and starred Na Woon-gyu (1902-1937). It premiered at the Choseon Theater in ...
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Arirang (1926 film)
Arirang (아리랑, Arirang) is a 1926 Korean film. One of the earliest feature films to be made in the country, it is named after the traditional song "Arirang", which audiences were said to sing at the c...
Ok-nyeo
Ok-nyeo (옥녀) is a 1928 Korean film. The silent, black-and-white production was written, directed, and edited by Na Woon-gyu. It was the second film to be produced by Na Woon-gyu Productions, which w...
Salangeul chajaseo
Salangeul chajaseo (사랑을 찾아서) (In Search of Love, or Looking For Love) is a 1929 Korean film written, directed, produced, edited by and starring Na Woon-gyu (1902-1937). The film premiered at the Chos...
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Jalitgeola
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 ...
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Geumbungeo
Geumbungeo (금붕어) (Goldfish) is a 1927 Korean silent film. The silent, black-and-white film was directed, edited by and starred Na Woon-gyu (1902-1937).
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Cheolindo
Cheolindo is a 1930 Korean film written, directed by and starring Na Woon-gyu. It premiered at Dansungsa Theater in downtown Seoul.
The plot concerns two rival villages separated by a hill, and t...
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Geumganghan
Geumganghan (금강한, The Grief of Geumgan) is a 1931 Korean film written by Lee Chang-Yong. It was directed by and starred Na Woon-gyu. It premiered at Dan Sung Sa theater in downtown Seoul.
The fi...
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Janghwa Hongryeon jeon (1924 film)
Jang-hwa and Hong-ryeon (literally The Story of Janghwa and Hongryeon) is a 1924 Korean silent film. The film is based on a popular Korean fairy tale "Janghwa Hongryeon jeon" which had been adapted i...
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Gaehwadang imun
Gaehwadang imun (개화당 이문) is a 1932 Korean film written, directed by and starring Na Woon-gyu. It premiered at Dan Sung Sa theater in downtown Seoul.
The film concerns the 3-day rule of Kim Ok-kyu...
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Janghwa Hongryeon jeon (1936 film)
Story of Janghwa and Hongryeon is a 1936 Korean silent film. The film is based on a popular Korean fairy tale "Janghwa Hongryeon jeon" which had been adapted into film versions in 1924, 1936, 1956, ...
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Arirang geuhu iyagi
Arirang geuhu iyagi (아리랑 그 후 이야기 literally A Story of the Day after Arirang aka 아리알 후편, Arirang hu pyeon, aka Arirang 2) is a 1930 Korean film written by and starring Na Woon-gyu. It premiered at Dan...