Korea, the circle of life: traditional customs and rituals

Korea, Democratic People's Republic Of, 1980

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In this film, Korean social patterns and customs are depicted in a study of the major events in the cycle of life. The film examines the structure of Korean customs and their purpose in the traditional society.

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Korean National Film Unit



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