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Na Woon-gyu in Jalitgeola (1927)
Revised Romanization Jal ittgeora
McCune–Reischauer Chal itkŏra
Directed by Na Woon-gyu
Produced by Park Seung-pil or Na Woon-gyu
Written by Na Woon-gyu
Starring Lee Geum-ryong (Min Beom-sik)
Lee Kyeong-seon (Seong Doo-hyeon)
Cinematography Lee Chang-yong
Edited by Na Woon-gyu
Distributed by Na Woon-gyu Productions
Release dates
  • November 5, 1927 (1927-11-05)
Running time
(1,703 ft)
Country Korea
Language Silent film
Korean intertitles

Jalitgeola (잘 있거라; Farewell) is a 1927 Korean film. The silent, black and white film was written, directed, produced, edited by and starred Na Woon-gyu (1902-1937). This was the first film from Na's own production company, Na Woon-gyu Productions, financed by Park Seung-pil, owner of the Danseongsa theater in Seoul. The film premiered at the Danseongsa theater in November 1927.


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  • See also 5


This film is a melodrama telling a story of greed and lust. It begins with millionaire Min Bum-shik's wife and a steward plotting Min's murder in order to collect his money. Rapes, murder and prison sentences follow in the convoluted plot.



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