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Spring in My Hometown

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Spring in My Hometown

Spring in My Hometown
Poster for Spring in My Hometown (1998)
Hangul 아름다운 시절
Revised Romanization Areumdaun sijeol
McCune–Reischauer Arŭmdaun sijŏl
Directed by Lee Kwangmo[1]
Produced by Jung Taesung
Kang Sungkyu
Written by Lee Kwangmo
Starring Ahn Sung-ki
Bae Yoo-jung
Music by Won Il
Cinematography Kim Hyung-koo
Edited by Hahm Sung-won
Distributed by Korean Film Art Center BaekDu-DaeGan Company Ltd.
Release dates
  • November 21, 1998 (1998-11-21)
Running time
120 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Spring in My Hometown (Hangul아름다운 시절; RRAreumdaoon shijeol) is an award-winning 1998 South Korean film.


A story about two village boys, Sungmin and Changhee, in the summer of 1952, during the Korean War.[2]






  1. ^ Infobox data from and Areumdawoon sheejul (1998) at the Internet Movie Database
  2. ^ Synopsis from
  3. ^ Awards based on


  • Areumdawoon sheejul (1998) at the Internet Movie Database
  • "Spring in My HometownHope, Despair, and Memory of the Koreans' War: ," Minjung Kim and Trenia Walker, Education About Asia 7.1 Spring 2002 (Free access after registration)
Preceded by
The Contact
Grand Bell Awards for Best Film
Succeeded by
Peppermint Candy
Preceded by
A Single Spark
Chunsa Film Art Awards for Best Film
Succeeded by
Joint Security Area

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