Femme Fatale:Bae Jeong-ja

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Femme Fatale: Bae Jeong-ja
Femme Fatale-Bae Jeong-ja film poster.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed by Jeong In-yeob
Produced by Kim Tai-soo
Written by Han Yoo-lim
Yu Yeol
Starring Yeon Jeong-hie
Nam Kung-won
Jung Yoon-Min
Music by Park Ji-woong
Cinematography Lee Seok-ik
Distributed by Tae Chang Films Co., Ltd
Release date(s)
  • June 14, 1973 (1973-06-14)
Running time 119 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Femme Fatale:Bae Jeong-ja (요화 배정자 Yohwa Bae Jeongja) is a 1973 South Korean film is based on the life of Bae Jeong-ja (1870-1950), a young Korean orphan adopted by Ito Hirobumi and raised as his daughter. However, she betrays him and her Japanese upbringing after falling in love with a freedom fighter named Hong-Jun.

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