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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 :


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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    2016/01/12, Source
    "Bad Guys Always Die" actor and actress Shin Hyun-joon and Son Ye-jin and director Kang Je-gyu have something special going on. "Bad Guys Always Die" is about a group of friends who go on vacation to Jeju Island and meet Ji-yeon, a mysterious woman,...More
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    In the Spotlight this Week: "Shiri" (1999) by Kang Je-gyu Kang Je-gyu's "Shiri" was a landmark feature that stands as Korea's first real blockbuster. The film sold over 6.2 million admissions during its run in 1999, an astonishing feat that broke the shackles on big-budget Korean films and represents a critical moment in Korea's film history. Kang made his debut three years before "Shiri" with "The Gingko Bed" (1996), a fantasy romantic epic that was heralded for its special effects and was also one of country's most successful films at the time. Since "Shiri", Kang has chosen to remain in the filmic fog of war, directing both the acclaimed "Taegukgi" (2004 - 11.7 million admissions) as well as the less successful "My Way" (2011 – 2.1 million). Kang may have fallen from grace somewhat with his last film "My Way" (which failed to make a profit on its $24 million production costs; the film made only $16M) and with this year's fantastical flop "Mr. Go" (which he produced), however Kang's filmography still remains an impressive one that has helped challenge and re-define the conditions and profitable potential of the once illusive Korean blockbuster,...More
  • Feature profile - My Way

    2012/02/10, Source
    Headed for the Berlinale Panorama section, director Kang Je-gyu's "My Way"is a historic film is more ways than one. KANG Byeong-jin goes over the details. World War II film "My Way" is Kang Je-gyu's fourth film as a director, following "The Gingko Bed", "Shiri" and "Taegukgi". "Shiri" was the first Korean film to bring in over 2 million admissions in Seoul (back when nationwide figures were unavailable and the capital's statistics were used as rule-of thumb). On its release, "Taegukgi" along with "Silmido" opened the era of Korean films with admissions of 10 million and more. Even from the outside, "My Way" seems like an extension of the challenges Kang's work took on before. The film's stage spans Korea to China through the former Soviet Union to Normandy, and it stars Jang Dong-gun and Joe Odagiri, the top stars of Korea and Japan respectively. More than anything, the film's budget of about KW28 billion (US$24.8 million) is the highest ever in Korean cinema history,...More
  • Shin Hyun-joon to make special appearance in "Bridal Mask"

    2012/01/31, Source
    Actor Sin Hyeon-joon (44) has confirmed to star in the KBS 2TV drama "Bridal Mask" as the role of Lee Kang-san, brother to Lee Kang-to played by Joo Won. A spokesperson told TV Report on February 1st, "Shin Hyun-joon has been cast in the drama "Bridal Mask". It's like a special appearance but he agreed to it happily",...More
  • Going My Way with KANG Je-gyu

    2012/01/14, Source
    The dramatization of a true war-time story that spans years, continents, and changing friendships and enmities, "My Way" is director Kang Je-gyu's comeback after seven years. KANG Byeong-jin looks at what went into the making of the film. "My Way" deals with a true story that is practically legend. In the late 1930s, a man from Joseon ends up going to China and the Soviet Union towards Germany and finally ends up on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day. Amongst the US National Archives' records of the invasion of Normandy was found a photograph of an Asian man in a German uniform at Normandy. American historian Stephen Ambrose wrote in his book "D-Day", "At the beach called Utah on the day of the invasion, Lt. Robert Brewer of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, U.S. Army, captured four Asians in Wehrmacht uniforms. No one could speak their language; eventually it was learned that they were Koreans",...More
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    2011/12/16, Source
    The director Kang Je-gyu who has written the history of Korean movies, said during the interview with News Y (news channel by Yonhap News) on December 15, "I gave my best effort and passion that I have spared for the past seven years while taking a break to produce the movie "My Way"." He led the boom of Korean movies with his hit movies such as "The Gingko Bed" (1996) and "Shiri" (1998), and his previous movie "Taegukgi" (2004) recorded the largest number of audience members, which was 11.7 million,...More
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    2011/03/15, Source
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    2007/04/26, Source
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    2006/04/25, Source
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  • New York Times Names Kang Je-gyu 'Steven Spielberg of East Asia'
    2004/09/05, Source
    New York Times introduced movie director Kang Je-gyu as the Steven Spielberg of East Asia, comparing his latest work "Taegukgi: The Brotherhood of War" with "Saving Private Ryan".
  • One-Man War-Maker
    2003/12/24, Source
    by Pak Don-gyu

    Nobody knew that it would take this long. Kang Je-gyu, who brought fantasy to Korea with "The Gingko Bed", and pushed Korean movies to the next level with the bl,...

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 Produced by
 Oh Jeong-wan (오정완)
 Shin Cheol (신철)
ShinCine (신씨네)
ShinCine (신씨네)
 Park Gwang-choon (박광춘)
 Assistant director
 Jeon Yoon-soo (전윤수)
 Production department
 Lee Dong-joon (이동준)
 Score composer
 Park Kok-ji (박곡지)
 Kim Jeong-woo (김정우)
 Jang Youn-Jung (장윤정)
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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