Henequen is a 1996 South Korean film directed by Kim Ho-sun. It was awarded Best Film at the Grand Bell Awards ceremony.
This historical drama, set in 1905, depicts the difficult plight of Korean henequen field laborers in Mexico. The story follows the love between the daughter of an aristocratic family fallen on hard times, and the son of a butcher.
|author||Im Yu-sun Kim Ho-sun|
|keywords||hard times henequen historical drama|
|musicBy||Kim Jeong-hui Michael Staudacher|
|producer||Kwak Jeong-hwan Roh Jin-seup|
|publisher||Hap Dong Films Co., Ltd.|