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Sin, Sang-ok 1926-2006

Overview
Works: 120 works in 226 publications in 3 languages and 2,570 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Biography  History  Film adaptations  Romantic comedy films  Pictorial works  Historical films  Horror films 
Roles: Director, Producer, Author
Classifications: PN1997.2, 791.430233092
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Sang-ok Sin
Chiokhwa A flower in hell( Visual )

10 editions published between 2005 and 2011 in 3 languages and held by 54 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Living in a prostitutes' village, Young-sik and his gang rob U.S. military warehouses of goods and sell them on the black market. His younger brother Dong-sik comes up to Seoul to look for him. Running into his brother in a market, Young-sik takes him into the village. Dong-sik asks Young-sik to go down to their hometown where his mother awaits him, but Young-sik tells him to go ahead on his own. Young-sik meets Sonya and proposes that she go home with him and marry him once he has made his fortune. Meanwhile, Sonya seduces Dong-sik one night at a dance party while Young-sik and his gang are stealing goods. --Container
Chŏnhu ŭi p'unggyŏng = Landscape after the war( Visual )

1 edition published in 2010 in Korean and held by 35 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ton = The money: "Bong-su (Kim Seung-ho) is a farmer. Although he works as hard as possible, he never gets to be better off. He even postpones his daughter Sun-i's marriage. Young-ho (Kim Jin-gyu), a son who comes home from military service, is in love with Ok-gyeong (Choi Eun-hee). She has grown up at Bong-su's, and works at the bar of Eok-jo's wife (Hwang Jeong-sun). Poverty-stricken, Bong-su is cajoled by Eok-jo, an usurer, into selling cattle and starts a used goods business to make money. But he is deprived of his money by a swindler (Noh Gyeong-hee) and his group in Seoul. One night Bong-su picks up some money Eok-jo drops while he is trying to rape Ok-gyeong. While Bong-su fights with Eok-jo, he kills him by accident. Ok-gyeong picks up the money, and gives some to Young-ho. With that money Ok-gyeong and Young-ho are about to be off to Seoul, but are caught by the police who are investigating Eok-jo's murder case. Convinced that they are murderers, the police put them in custody and send them to the police station by train. Bong-su follows the departing train, crying out that he is the murderer and that it should be him who should be arrested." -- from KMDb (Korean Movie Database)
Romaensŭ ppappa Romantic papa( Visual )

5 editions published between 2007 and 2013 in Korean and held by 30 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An insurance company worker, father is called 'Romantic Papa' by his five children. Although his salary is barely enough to feed the whole family, he takes care of his family with an optimistic nature and a penchant for laughter. However, due to his old age, he becomes laid off from the company
The varied colours of Korean Cinema : 2006( Visual )

14 editions published between 1958 and 2005 in Korean and held by 28 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Under the sky of Seoul( Visual )

1 edition published in 2008 in Korean and held by 28 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A man who runs a Chinese medicine store has a daughter who falls in love with a local doctor
Yŏnghwa kamdok Sin Sang-ok : kŭ ŭi sajin p'unggyŏng kŭrigo parŏn 1926-2006 = Walks and works of Sheen Sang-ok, the mogul of Korean film( Book )

1 edition published in 2009 in Korean and held by 25 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Yŏllyŏmun = Bound by chastity( Visual )

2 editions published between 2003 and 2012 in Korean and held by 25 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A young woman called Han (played by Choe Eun-hui) marries into a family that prides itself on the vermillion pillar of chastity which was bestowed by the government, but soon after getting married, her young husband dies from an illness, and she becomes a widow. She lives with her husband's younger brother, her father-in-law, and her father-in-law's mother (played by Han Eun-jin) who has lived all her life as a widow faithful to the memory of her husband. One day a young man, Seong-chil (played by Shin Yeong-gyun), accepts her father-in-law's request and joins their household. That year they have a drought, but because of Seong-chil's perseverance and ingenuity, they are able to provide water for their rice paddies. On the day when the long-awaited rain finally comes down, Han and Seong-chil become so ecstatic that they hug each other, finally revealing the feelings that they have for each other. That night they make love and overcome the obstacle of their different social statuses. However, believing the repuation of her family and propriety to be important, Han still tries to live her life supporting the family. When she realizes, however, she is pregnant, she decides to run away with Seong-chil. Her brother-in-law, who is secretly in love with Han, finds out of their plan and tells his grandmother. Han gives birth to the baby, but for the sake of the family, Seong-chil and the baby are forced to leave the family and the town
Family on screen : understanding Korean society and family through films( Visual )

1 edition published in 2013 in Korean and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

[disc 1]. An insurance company worker, father is called 'Romantic Papa' by his five children. Although his salary is barely enough to feed the whole family, he takes care of his family with an optimistic nature and a penchant for laughter. However, due to his old age, he becomes laid off from the company -- [disc 2]. The story of a family torn apart by conflicting loyalties during and after the Korean War -- [disc 3]. Oldest son Lee Tae-yeong deals with family conflict when his elderly parents move into his home -- [disc 4]. About a family who opens a mountain lodge in a remote area. When all of the lodge's guests begin turning up dead, the family resorts to desperate measures -- [disc 5]. Tells the story of a contemporary family that turns to infidelity to cope with pressures from inside and outside the home -- [disc 6]. A cross-generational view of two families -- [disc 7]. Kang-du and his family have a small concession stand at Han River Park, Tunch'i. While he is serving beers to his customers, he witnesses the monster hanging and jumping into the water from one of Han River's bridges. The monster starts chasing and killing people along the river bank. Kang-du and an American soldier fight against the monster but the monster continues killing at the riverside park and takes Kang-du's daughter, Hyŏn-sŏ, with it. Hyŏn-sŏ's family declares their own battle with the monster to rescue Hyŏn-sŏ from the monster -- [disc 8]. Wan-deuk is a soft-spoken rebel who has all the makings of an at-risk youth. He comes from a poor family and is a quiet loner, who best expresses himself with his fists. He waits for the day he can escape the watchful eye of his meddling teacher and neighbor, Dong-ju. Dong-ju takes a particular interest in his young neighbor's life. One day, he blindsides Wan-deuk with some unexpected information. The mother Wan-deuk never knew is a Filipino immigrant and she wants to see him
1950-yŏndae Sin Sang-ok mello tŭrama = Shin Sang-ok's melodramas from the 1950s( Visual )

1 edition published in 2013 in Korean and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

[Disc 1]. A College Woman's Confession (1958). After her grandmother passes away, poor law student Choi So Young (Choi Eun Hee) is confronted with the harsh prospect of having to give up her schooling and her dreams. In these desperate times, she comes across a diary written by the deceased long-lost daughter of a rich politician. So Young's friend suggests that she pose as the daughter and ask the politician for help. Notable for its empathetic portrayal of women's issues in postwar Korea, A College Woman's Confession was a big hit when it was released, catapulting the careers of both Shin Sang Ok and leading actress Choi Eun Hee. -- [disc 2]. Dongsimcho (1959). Lee Suk Hee (Choi Eun Hee) has been struggling to run a shop by herself since her husband passed away in the war. When her shop falls into hard times, it is Kim Sang Kyu (Kim Jin Gyu) who lends her a helping hand. The two fall in love, but Sang Kyu is already engaged and Suk Hee is torn between traditional social values and her heart's desire. -- [disc 3]. A Sister's Garden (1959). Raised in an upper middle-class family, Nam Jung Hee (Choi Eun Hee) has never had to worry about money or material needs, but everything changes after her father passes away. She is only barely able to keep the house with the help of a young doctor (Kim Seok Hun). To support the household, she becomes a saloon madam. A seven-year-old Ahn Sung Ki appears in the film as Jung Hee's younger brother.--http://www.yesasia.com
Ku Hanmal sidaegŭk Ku Hanmal sidaegŭk = Historical films about the Korean Empire( Visual )

2 editions published in 2012 in Korean and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Tongnip hyŏphoe wa ch'ŏngnyŏn Yi Sŭng-man: "This film describes patriotic struggles for independence at the end of the Joseon Dynasty. In 1894, 20-year-old Lee Seung-man (Kim Jin-kyu) enters Bae-Jae hakdang and studies hard in order to get a modern education. He is a dutiful son, as well, helping his parents with money he earns from teaching Korean to Mrs. "Fighting." Meanwhile, as the pro-Russian group takes power and the country falls into utter confusion, Seung-man takes the lead in boosting the spirit of independence as a member of the Independence Association: He initiates information campaigns, publishes newspapers and contributes to establishing Jungchuwon, a public opinion institute. Despite these achievements, Seung-man and other members of the association are wrongly accused and sentenced to life imprisonment. While in prison for seven years, he devotes himself to educating his cell mates and writing a book. King Gojong belatedly realizes Seung-man's ideas are correct, and sends him to the U.S. as a secret envoy." -- from KMDb (Korean Movie Database)
Sŏng Ch'un-hyang by Sang-ok Sin( Visual )

8 editions published between 1961 and 2007 in Korean and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ch'un-hyang is the most beautiful girl in Namwŏn, and falls in love with Yi Mong-nyong. They promise to get married, but Mong-nyong leaves for Sŏul with his father behind her. The new govenor of Namwŏn covets Ch'un-hyang and she rejects his order to serve him at night
Ch'oe Ŭn-hŭi ŭi kobaek : yŏnghwa poda tŏ yŏnghwa kat'ŭn sam by Ŭn-hŭi Ch'oe( Book )

1 edition published in 2007 in Korean and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Sin Sang Ok k'ŏlleksyŏn Shin Sang Ok collection( Visual )

2 editions published in 2007 in Korean and held by 17 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Sarangbang sonnim kwa ŏmŏni by Sang-ok Sin( Visual )

6 editions published between 1961 and 2007 in Korean and held by 17 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Mr. Han, a friend of Ok-hi's uncle, comes to board in Ok-hi's house. Ok-hi's widow mom and Mr. Han secretly fall in love and Ok-hi plays a role of a guard for their love
Yŏnsan'gun( Visual )

3 editions published between 1987 and 2007 in Korean and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

After Yŏnsangun becomes king, he tries to avenge his mother's wrongful death
Yami kara no kodama : Kita Chosen no uchimaku by Ŭn-hŭi Ch'oe( Book )

6 editions published between 1988 and 2004 in Japanese and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Kim Chŏng-il wangguk : Ch'oe Ŭn-hŭi, Sin Sang-ok nappuk sugi : Hongk'ong-P'yŏngyang-Pienna t'alch'ul kkaji by Ŭn-hŭi Ch'oe( Book )

1 edition published in 1988 in Korean and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Choguk ŭn chŏ hanŭl chŏ mŏlli : sugi by Ŭn-hŭi Ch'oe( Book )

3 editions published in 1988 in Korean and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Pŏngŏri Samnyong( Visual )

2 editions published in 2007 in Korean and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A good and deaf servant, Samnyong faithfully serves O Saengwŏn and his family who has looked after him. One day, the son of O Saengwŏn got married with Sun-dŏk. Attracted by a maid, he treats his wife badly. Feeling pity for Soon-deok who cries every night for husband, Samryong secretly loves her. Samryong witnesses the love affair of Choo-wol and Kwang-shik, when he informs Choo-wol's husband, which causes him to get kicked out from the house. On that day, there comes a fire at Oh's, and Samryong saves Soon-deok in the fire. When she becomes panic in telling that Kwang-shik is in the house, Samryong goes into the fire again and never comes out
Ch'ŏnnyŏn paekho( Visual )

2 editions published in 2007 in Korean and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In the late of the United Shilla period, Queen Chin-sŏng seduces the great general Wŏl-lang. Although Wŏl-lang wants to keep his fidelity for his wife, the obsessive desire of the queen drives his wife and child out to death
 
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Alternative Names
Hsiang Yu, Shen 1926-2006

Sang-ok, Shin 1926-2006

Sheen 1926-2006 Sang-ok

Sheen, Sang-ok, 1926-2006

Sheen, Sang Okk 1926-2006

Sheen, Simon 1926-2006

Sheen, Simon S. 1926-2006

Shen, Hsiang Yu 1926-2006

Shin Sang-ok

Shin, Sang-ok 1926-2006

Shin Sang-ok Film director

Shin Sang-ok filmregisseur uit Zuid-Korea (1926-2006)

Shin Sang-ok produttore cinematografico e regista sudcoreano

Shin Sang-ok südkoreanischer Filmproduzent und -regisseur

Shin, Sang-okk 1926-2006

Shin, Sanʼoku 1926-2006

Shin, Sogyoku

Shin, Sōgyoku 1926-2006

Sin 1926-2006 Sang-ok

Sin, Sang-ok, 1926-2006

Yu, Shen Hsiang 1926-2006

Син Сан Ок

שין סאנג-אוק

신 상옥 1926-2006

シン, サンオク 1926-2006

シン, ソウギョク

申, 相玉

申 相玉 1926-2006

申相玉

申相玉 1926-2006

Languages
Korean (75)

English (19)

Japanese (8)