Bestseller by Choi In-ho serially published since 1972 on Chosun Ilbo made into film by director Lee Jang-ho. <Heavenly homecoming to stars> is a landmark of Korean popular culture. The absurdity and empty lives of the urbanites in the 1970s are portrayed through hostess Kyeong-A. Lee Jang-hee and Kang Geun-shik, known for C'est Si Bon, were in charge of the film music. OST including Lee Jang-hee’s “I will give you everything,” “A glass of memory” and “Blow a whistle” as well as Yoon Shi-nae’s “I am nineteen” gained much popularity.
Born in 1945. While working for Shin Sang-ok’s Shin Films production company, Lee Jang-ho made his debut with <Heavenly homecoming to stars> in 1974, before he directed <Good Windy Day> (1980), <Children of Darkness Part 1, Young-ae the Songstress> (1981), <Declaration of Idiot> (1983), <Between the Knees> (1984), <Eoh Wu-dong> (1985), and <A Wanderer Never Stops On The Road> (1987). He was the iconic director of the 1970s and 1980s.
CastShin Seong-il, An Insuk, Yoon Ilbong, Baek Ilseob
“Dongmyung-ro 77 Stage(former.Dongmyung Elementary School)” Beyond generation, for everyone’s enjoyment, even closer “Dongmyung-ro 77 Stage(former.Dongmyung Elementary School)” is a stage where you can enjoy the charm of music that goes beyond generation even closer. KIMCHANGWAN BAND, who opened a new horizon of Korean popular music, and Ailee, beloved diva of our time, will express the true meaning of music that can be experienced and enjoyed by anyone and everyone. In particular, “Dongmyung-ro 77 Stage(former.Dongmyung Elementary School)” is a new space to be presented through this year’s JIMFF “One Summer Night”. Located at the center of Jecheon city, it will approach the audience even easily.