Film: Yeong-ja's Heydays


Yeong-ja’s Heydays (1975 / Dir. Kim Ho-Seon / 107 minutes)

Friday, October 18, 2013; Screening at 18:30

Chang-su, a laborer at an iron foundry meets Yeong-ja, his boss’ housemaid and falls in love. Chang-su proposes to Yeong-ja before leaving for Vietnam, but Yeong-ja soon gets exploited by the boss’ scoundrel son and gets kicked out of the house. Taking on odd jobs at a sewing factory, and then as a barmaid, and a bus conductor, Yeong-ja loses an arm in an accident and ends up a prostitute, Returning from the Vietnam War, Chang-su, who works as a scrubber at a public bath, runs into Yeong-ja at a police station and vows to take care of her.

This is part of the Asia Society Korean Film Series. 

Supported by Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Hong Kong

Event Details

Fri 18 Oct 2013
6:30 - 8:15 p.m.
9 Justice Drive, Admiralty, Hong Kong
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Free admission for Asia Society members (online registration required); $30 Non-members
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