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Poster for Black Republic (1990)
|Revised Romanization||Geudeuldo uricheoreom|
|Directed by||Park Kwang-su|
|Written by||Yun Dae-seong|
|Music by||Kim Soo-chul|
|Edited by||Kim Hyeon|
|Distributed by||Dong A Exports Co., Ltd.|
A social drama about a young student activist who hides from the authorities by working in a small mining town.
- Moon Sung-keun as Kim Ki-young
- Park Joong-hoon as Lee Seon-cheol
- Shim Hye-jin as Song Young-sook
- Hwang Hae as Shim
- Park Gyu-chae as Lee Sa-jang
- Lee Ill-woong as Jeong
- Yang Jin-yeong as Dae-shik
- Kim Min-hee as Mi-sook
- Kim Kyung-ran as Taek-i's mother
- Cho Ju-mi as Soon-i's mother
- Blue Dragon Film Awards (1990) Best Film
- Singapore International Film Festival (1991) Silver Screen Award for Best Asian Feature Film
- "Black Republic(Guedeuldo ulicheoleom)(1990)". [KMDb Korean Movie Database]. Retrieved 2008-01-14.
- Kim, Kyung-hyun (2004). "5. New Korean Cinema Auteurs: Male Crisis in the Early Films of Park Kwang-su: Black Republic". The Remasculinization of Korean Cinema. Durham and London: Duke University Press. pp. 151–160. ISBN 0-8223-3267-1.
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