The First Lady Korean Aircraft Pilot "Pak Kyeong-Won" was born as poor Korean girl in the era of Korea merged by the Japanese Empire. She went to become lady pilot to Japan. To earn study ... See full summary »
The First Lady Korean Aircraft Pilot "Pak Kyeong-Won" was born as poor Korean girl in the era of Korea merged by the Japanese Empire. She went to become lady pilot to Japan. To earn study fee, first she became cab driver, afterwards she get second flight license. She was dead by flight accident of tour to Korea by single flight in Izu Japan. This movie describes her life, adventure , romance and death. Written by
"Cheong Yeon" was a film that played in Korea during December 2005, and ended with an audience of approximately 500,000. Now, 500,000 viewers usually makes a deficit, even for low-budget movies, and "Cheong Yeon" was a big-budget movie that had an audience of 500,000. Hearing about its devastating flop, I always wondered how bad the film could be. It turns out that the film has a beautiful story, but was flawed by a poor director, who seems to have written a poor script. There were some scenes that were completely unnecessary and broke the flow of the film (i.e. an unnecessarily long vomiting scene from over-drinking). Some of the characters' lines sounded a little awkward. Finally, the computer graphics were unconvincing. It was especially obvious when the main character is in the air. However, despite these flaws, the acting was decent, there were a couple unexpected twists, the story was great, and the song during the ending credits adds more sadness to the ending. Despite its numerous flaws, the film's good traits make me give the movie nothing less than a 9, but most people will probably give the film a 7 (or maybe even less) because of its flaws.
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