Viva Freedom!

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Viva Freedom!
Jayu manse poster.jpg
Theatrical poster to Viva Freedom! (1946)
Revised Romanization Jayu Manse
McCune–Reischauer Chayu Manse
Directed by Choi In-kyu[1]
Produced by Choi Wan-gyoo
Written by Jeon Chang-geun
Starring Jeon Chang-geun
Hwang Yeo-heui
Yu Gye-seon
Music by Pak T'ae-hyeon
Jo Baek-bong
Cinematography Han Hyeong-mo
Distributed by Koryo Film Co. Ltd.
Release date
  • October 21, 1946 (1946-10-21)
Running time
80 minutes
Country Korea
Language Korean

Viva Freedom! (자유만세, Jayu Manse, aka Hurrah! For Freedom) is a 1946 Korean film directed by Choi In-kyu. It was the first film made in the country after achieving independence from Japan. During the colonial period, Choi was only allowed to make certain films, but the plot of Viva Freedom! is distinctly different, telling the story of a Korean patriotic resistance fighter in 1945.

Alternate poster to Viva Freedom! (1946)


  1. ^ Infobox data from Jayu Manse on Internet Movie Database and "Hurrah for Freedom (Jayumanse)(1946)". KMDb Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2007-12-27.  External link in |publisher= (help)

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