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A Fine, Windy Day (Hangul바람 불어 좋은 날; RRBarambuleo joheun nal) is a 1980 South Korean film written and directed by Lee Jang-ho.

A Fine, Windy Day
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Poster to A Fine, Windy Day (1980)
Revised RomanizationBarambuleo joheun nal
McCune–ReischauerParam purŏ choŭn nal
Directed byLee Jang-ho
Produced byLee Woo-suk
Written byLee Jang-ho
Choi Il-nam
StarringAhn Sung-ki
Kim Seong-chan
Lee Yeong-ho
Music byKim Do-hyang
CinematographySeo Jeong-min
Edited byKim Hee-su
Distributed byDong A Exports Co.
Release date
  • November 27, 1980 (1980-11-27)
Running time
113 minutes
CountrySouth Korea



The lives of three young working-class male friends are followed in the film. Chun-shik works at a barbershop where he is in love with Miss Yu, a co-worker. Gil-nam, a hotel worker, is in love with Jin-ok, who works at a hair salon. Duk-bae, the most innocent of the trio, works at a Chinese restaurant and is torn between his affections for a factory-worker and Myung-hi, a wealthy girl. Together over drinks, the three young men talk over their lives and their aimless thoughts about the future. At the end of the film they are separated when Chun-shik is arrested for assault, and Gil-nam leaves to begin his military service.[1]



Grand Bell Awards (1980)[2]
Baeksang Arts Awards (1981)


  1. ^ Giammarco, Tom (10 October 2009). "A Good Windy Day (1980)". Seen in Jeonju. Retrieved 2013-07-06.
  2. ^ Awards based on "Good Windy Day (Balambul-eo joh-eun nal)(1980)". (in Korean). Retrieved 2008-01-01.[permanent dead link]