|Revised Romanization||Uri hakkyo|
|Directed by||Kim Myeong-joon (김명준, 金明俊)|
|Written by||Kim Myeong-joon
|Narrated by||Kim Myeong-joon|
|Edited by||Kim Myeong-joon
|Distributed by||Jinjin Pictures|
Our School (Hangul: 우리학교; RR: Uri hakkyo) is a documentary film about the lives of ethnic Korean students in a Chongryon-run pro-North Korean highschool in Hokkaido, Japan. Released on 29 March 2007 (Sunday), a Hankook Ilbo article on April 3 (Friday) stated it had already exceeded 10,000 viewers. In the end, media reports claim it registered 85,000 or 90,000 viewer admissions in the South Korean domestic market, a far better performance than other recent documentaries such as the 2002 Yeongmae (영매, 20,000 viewers), the 2004 Repatriation (송환, 30,000 viewers) or the 2006 Bisang (비상, 40,000 viewers); it was suggested this might be a new domestic record. Director Kim Myeong-joon received the Kim Yong-gun Memorial Society prize in relation to his work on the film.
The film was released on DVD in Japan in 2009.
- Hong, Seong-rak (2007-03-15), "애국자들의 천국 '우리 학교' ["Our School" patriots' heaven]", Korea Economic Daily, retrieved 2010-06-29
- Seo, Pil-ung (2007-04-03), "다큐 영화 '우리 학교'전국 관객 1만명 돌파 [Documentary film 'Our School' exceeds 10,000 viewers]", Hankook Ilbo, retrieved 2010-06-29
- "'우리학교' 9만 돌파..다큐 흥행 신기록 어디까지? ['Our School' breaks 90,000 ... a new record for documentaries?]", Star News/Money Today, 2007-09-14, retrieved 2010-06-29
- Jeong, Dae-ha (2008-05-22), "'우리학교' 김명준 감독, 김용근상 [Kim Yong-gun prize goes to 'Our School' director Kim Myeong-joon]", The Hankyoreh, retrieved 2010-06-29
- "「ウリハッキョ」札幌市の朝鮮学校を舞台にした感動のドキュメンタリー ['Our School', a moving documentary with the Sapporo Korean School as its stage]", Mainichi Shimbun, 2009-12-11, retrieved 2010-06-29
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