The Rain at Night

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The Rain at Night
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Hangul 이면
Revised Romanization Bamimyeon naerineun bi
McCune–Reischauer Pamimyŏn nae-rinŭn pi
Directed by Park Chul-soo
Produced by Choi Chun-ji
Written by Kang Dae-ha
Based on The Rain that Falls at Night
by Park Bum-shin
Starring Lee Young-ha
Lee Deok-hwa
Park Geun-hyung
Music by Jeong Min-seob
Cinematography Lee Seok-gi
Edited by Kim Chang-sun
Release date
  • September 28, 1979 (1979-09-28)
Running time
85 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

The Rain at Night is a 1979 South Korean film directed by Park Chul-soo. At the 1980 Baeksang Arts Awards, Park was given a New Talent award for directing this film.[1] The film is based on Park Bum-shin's 1975 novel of the same title.


Ga-hi, a kindergarten teacher, is raped one night while on her way to meet her boyfriend, Young-woo. She later recognises her attacker as Hwang Sa-bin, a boxer, and after seeing him lose a fight begins to develop feelings towards him.



  1. ^ "밤이면 내리는 비 (1979)". Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2009-04-23. 제16회 백상예술대상 (1980) 영화부문 신인상: 박철수(감독)  External link in |publisher= (help)

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