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The Gingko Bed (은행나무 침대)

은행나무 침대 (Eun-haeng-na-moo Chim-dae)

Directed by Kang Je-gyu (강제규)

Screenplay by

Drama Fantasy Melodrama Romance

88min | Release date in South Korea :

OST

1. Opening Titles - 이동준
2. 은행나무 - 이동준
3. 황장군 - 이동준
4. 황장군의 부활 - 이동준
5. 노천시장-꿈과 현실 - 이동준
6. 미단과의 만남 - 이동준
7. Run I - 이동준
8. Run II - 이동준
9. 추억 - 이동준
10. 비밀의 문 - 이동준
11. 가야금 Theme - 이동준
12. 기억의 단편 - 이동준
13. 종문과 미단의 탈출 - 이동준
14. Main Titles I - 이동준
15. 천년의 비밀 - 이동준
16. 수현과 노공 - 이동준
17. 월식 - 이동준
18. Main Titles II - 재회 - 이동준
19. Fight - 이동준
20. 이별... 불타는 침대 - 이동준
21. 가야금 Theme (Repeat) - 이동준
22. Main Titles II - 재회 (Repeat) - 이동준

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 Produced by
 Oh Jeong-wan (오정완)
 Shin Cheol (신철)
Production
ShinCine (신씨네)
Distribution
ShinCine (신씨네)
Staff
 Park Gwang-choon (박광춘)
 Assistant director
 Jeon Yoon-soo (전윤수)
 Production department
 Lee Dong-joon (이동준)
 Musician
 Park Kok-ji (박곡지)
 Editor
 Kim Jeong-woo (김정우)
 Marketing
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88 min 35mm Panoramic (1.85)
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Release date in South Korea : 1996/02/17

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a lot like HK ghost/man romance, but melodrama is K-style INTENSE & schizophrenic!
2007-10-19 18:42:01
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