|A Flower in Hell|
Theatrical poster to A Flower in Hell
|Director|| Shin Sang-ok|
|Planner|| Hwang Nam|
|Art director|| Song Back-kyu|
|Music|| Son Mok-in|
|Cinematographer|| Gang Beom-gu|
|Editor|| Kim Young-hee|
|Lighting|| Lee Gyu-chang|
|Sound recording|| Lee Kyeong-sun|
|Production studio|| Seoul Films|
|Released||April 20, 1958|
|Running time||86 min.|
|Budget||approx. KRW 28,000,000|
|Debut theatre|| Shigonggwan|
Yeong-shik makes a living in Seoul by stealing goods from the U.S. military and selling them on the black market. His girlfriend, Sonya, is a prostitute for US soldiers. Don-shik, Yeong-shik's brother, comes from their hometown to bring his brother home. At a party, Sonya seduces Don-shik while Yeong-shik is undertaking a robbery. Yeong-shik finds them together and kills Sonya. He tells his brother to take care of their mother and then shoots himself.
- Choi Eun-hee (최은희) ... Sonya
- Kim Hak (김학) ... Yeong-shik
- Jo Hae-won (조해원) ... Don-shik
- Kang Seon-hee (강선희) ... Judy
Awards and NominationsEdit
- Flower in Hell (1958) at the Internet Movie Database
- Paquet, Darcy. "A Flower in Hell (1958)". koreanfilm.org.
- "지옥화" (in Korean). Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2011-07-08.