Madame Aema 8

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Madame Aema 8
Madame Aema 8.jpg
Theatrical poster for Madame Aema 8 (1993)
Hangul 8
Hanja 8
Revised Romanization Aemabuin 8
McCune–Reischauer Aemapuin 8
Directed by Suk Do-won[1]
Produced by Choe Chun-ji
Written by Suk Do-won
Starring Ru Mina
Kang Eun-ah
Music by Gang In-hyeok
Cinematography Ham In-ha
Edited by Cho Ki-hyung
Distributed by Yun Bang Films Co., Ltd.
Release date
  • April 3, 1993 (1993-04-03)
Running time
100 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Madame Aema 8 (애마부인 8 - Aema Buin 8) is a 1993 South Korean film directed by Suk Do-won. It was the eighth entry in the Madame Aema series, the longest-running film series in Korean cinema.[2]


Following the multiple-Aema theme started in Madame Aema 6, this entry in the series has two women named Madame Aema. Both women are dancers, and are friends who differ in their thoughts on marriage. One believes in remaining single, and the other believes in marriage, and does so. After being disappointed with her husband's cheating and gambling, she leaves him. They are later reconciled after the husband repents of his behavior.[1]


  • Ru Mina: Madame Aema[1]
  • Kang Eun-ah: Madame Aema
  • No Hyeon-u: Hyeon-woo
  • Won Seok: Dong-hyeob
  • Yoo Seong
  • Seo Chang-sook
  • Gil Dal-ho
  • Cho Hak-ja
  • Sue Young-suk




Contemporary reviews[edit]

  • 1993-04-03. "끝없이 춤추는 ‘애마부인’ 시리즈… 제8편 곧 극장개봉 (Endless Aema Buin series, upcoming release of the 8th episode). Hangeorae (한 겨 레) newspaper


  1. ^ a b c "Madame 8 (Aemabu-in 8)(1993)". KMDb Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2009-06-29.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  2. ^ Lankov, Andrei (2007-12-13). "(481) Dictating Sex". The Korea Times. Archived from the original on 2007-05-28. Retrieved 2009-06-29.