The Tale of Shim Chong
The Tale of Shim Chong (Korean: 심청전; RR: Simcheongjeon) is a Korean folk story. Simcheongga is the pansori (traditional musical storytelling) of the tale. It was adapted on screen by Shin Sang-ok twice, once in South Korea in 1972, and as The Tale of Shim Chong in 1985 when he and his wife Choi Eun-hee were abducted to North Korea.
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- Schönherr, Johannes (2012). North Korean Cinema: A History. Jefferson: McFarland. p. 81. ISBN 978-0-7864-9052-3.
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