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Hŏsuabidŭl ŭi ttang [videorecording] / kamdok, kakpon, No Kyŏng-tʻae
허수아비들의땅 [videorecording] / 감독, 각본, 노경태
Bib ID 5019897
Format VideoVideo
Description [Sŏul] : Waidŭ Midiŏ, 2010 
[서울] : 와이드미디어, 2010 
1 DVD (90 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. 
Technical Details

Dolby digital 2.0; NTSC, region all; aspect ratio 16:9, anamorphic widescreen. 

Performer Kim Sŏn-yŏng, Chŏng Tu-wŏn. 
Notes

Originally released as a motion picture in 2008.

Age 15 and older.

In Korean, with optional English and Korean subtitles.

Subjects Transgender people -- Korea (South) -- Drama.
Form/genre Feature films
Other authors/contributors No, Kyŏng-tʻae  |  Kim, Sŏn-yŏng
노경태  |  김선영
Also Titled

English titles known as: Land of scarecrows

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