Miracle on 1st Street
Miracle on 1st Street is a 2007 South Korean comedy-drama film. Written and directed by Yoon Je-kyoon, it reunited him with actors Im Chang-jung and Ha Ji-won, the stars of his earlier film Sex Is Zero. With 2,750,457 admissions, Miracle on 1st Street was the 5th most popular Korean film of 2007.
|Miracle on 1st Street|
|Revised Romanization||1Beonga-ui gijeok|
|Directed by||Yoon Je-kyoon|
|Produced by||Yoon Je-kyoon |
|Written by||Yoo Seong-hyeob|
|Music by||Lee Byung-woo|
|Edited by||Shin Min-kyung|
|Distributed by||CJ Entertainment|
Pil-je is a gangster who has been sent by his bosses to evict the residents of a poor neighborhood on the edge of Seoul, so that their homes can make way for some new luxury apartments. But after he befriends some of the locals, including female boxer Myung-ran and a group of young children, he starts to have a change of heart.
It was a huge hit with 2.75 million viewers nationwide, and in the movie, the redevelopment area is shown as the first site of Cheongsong Village, which was actually filmed in the water valley of Busan. Since then, the village has become famous in its own way, with murals being painted. There are some people who are confused with the gift of Room 7.
- "Il Beonga-eui Gi-jeok (Miracle on 1st Street) (2007)". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 2012-06-04.
- "The Best Selling Films of 2007". Koreanfilm.org. Retrieved 2015-04-12.
- Official website (in Korean)
- Miracle on 1st Street at the Korean Movie Database
- Miracle on 1st Street on IMDb
- Miracle on 1st Street at HanCinema
- Miracle on 1st Street at AllMovie
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