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Directed by Jang Kil-soo, the film revolves around a boy and his younger sister, who live in poverty yet in a pure and innocent way. A boy named Nan-na lives with his grandmother in a remote village near the ocean. But when he turns four, his life gets tougher as he has a baby sister Ok-yi and all the affection he received starts going toward the baby. The free spirited boy, who behaved as he liked, now has to take care of his sister, and he has no choice but to start hating her and teasing her. But for Ok-yi, Nan-na is the best in the world.

  1. Kil-soo Chang

    Director

  2. Kil-soo Chang

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ki Joo-bong

    Ki Joo-bong

    Uncle

  2. Ye-rin Han

    Ohgi

  3. Jang Seo-hee

    Jang Seo-hee

  4. Kang Boo-Ja

    Kang Boo-Ja

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The Crescent Moon

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Facts

Original Title 초승달과 밤배

Status Released

Release Information

  • August 25, 2005
    Theatrical

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Original Language Korean

Runtime 1h 44m

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79

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