|Revised Romanization||Arirang sampyeon|
|Directed by||Na Woon-gyu|
|Produced by||Cha Sang-eun|
|Written by||Na Woon-gyu|
|Edited by||Yang Joo-nam|
|Distributed by||Han Yang Film Co.|
Arirang 3 (아리랑 3편, Arirang sam-pyeon) is a 1936 Korean film directed by and starring Na Woon-gyu. The second sequel of Na's ground-breaking 1926 film, Arirang, this was the only entry in the series that was not silent. It premiered at the DanSungSa Theater in downtown Seoul.
This third and last installment in the story of the mentally ill student, Choi Yeong-jin, begins with him being released from prison. He attempts to live a peaceful existence until he witnesses the rape of his sister, at which point his mental problems return.
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- "Arirang (III)(Alilang<3pyeon>)". The Korean Film Archive (KOFA). Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2007-05-04.
- Kim, Kab-ui (2001). Chunsa Na Un-gyu chonjip: ku saengae wa yesul (춘사나운규전집: 그생애와예술). Seoul: Chimmundang. ISBN 89-303-0877-5. 
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