Mongryong marries the beautiful Chunhyang without telling his father, the Governor of Namwon. When his father is transferred to Seoul, Mongryong has to leave Chunhyang and finish his exams. Chunhyang, being the daughter of a courtesan, is also legally a courtesan. She is beaten and imprisoned when s
|李孝贞 (Hyo-jeong Lee)||饰||Chunhyang Sung|
|曹承佑 (Seung-woo Cho)||饰||Mongryong Lee|
|金圣女 (Seong-nyeo Kim)||饰||Wolmae (as Sung-nyu Kim)|
|金学容 (Hak-young Kim)||饰||Pangja|
|Jung-hun Lee||饰||Gov. Byun Hakdo|
- 声音混合： Dolby Digital
- 纵横比：1.85 : 1
|Mirae Asset Capital|
|发行公司||Lot 47 Films (subtitled) (All media) (United States)|
|Cine Qua Non Films (All media)|
|Haut et Court (All media) (France)|
|Filmmuseum Distributie (2001) (Theatrical) (Netherlands)|
|首映票房（美国）||$14,052, 7 January 2001|
- Official submission of South Korea for the 'Best Foreign Language Film' category of the 73rd Academy Awards in 2001.
- A "pansori" (on which this movie is based) was a four to six-hour long musical poem performed by a singer and a drummer.