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The Servant 2010 full movies free online

The Servant 2010 full movies free online

The Servant 2010 full movies free online

The Servant 2010 full movies free online: Firstly “A Story of Bangja” is based on the popular South Korean folktale “Chung Hyang.” The movie then twists the story around to ask what would happen if Lee Mong-Ryong was unattractive, while his servant Bang Ja Jeon was attractive? During Lee Mong-Ryong’s courtship with Lady Chun Hyang both parties use their servants to communicate …User Rating Current user rating: 82 (182 votes)

  • Movie: The Servant (English title) / A Story of Bangja (literal title)
  • Revised romanization: Bang Ja Jeon
  • Hangul: 방자전
  • Director: Kim Dae-Woo
  • Writer: Kim Dae-Woo
  • Producer: Moon Yang-Kwon, Im Seung-Yong, Seo Woo-Sik, Park Dae-Hee
  • Cinematographer: Kim Young-Min
  • Release Date: June 3, 2010
  • Runtime: 124 min.
  • Genre: Drama
  • Production Company: Barunson Film Divsion
  • Distributor: CJ Entertainment
  • Language: Korean
  • Country: South Korea]


  1. Based on the Korean folktale “Chung Hyang”.
  2. The original folktale “Chun Hyang” involves young Lee Mong Ryong who comes from a high ranking family with his father being the local area Governor. Lee Mong Ryong then falls in love with Chun Hyang, the daughter of a gisaeng and thus someone from a low social rank. Nevertheless, the couple then goes through an initial courtship and becomes romantically involved. One day, Lee Mong Ryong learns that his father has been transferred to another area and he must follow his father as he will prepare for his government entrance exam. Before he leaves, he promises to return to Chun Hyang as the Governor and marry her. Trouble then brews for Chun Hyang when the new local Governor arrives and takes interest in the beautiful Chun Hyang. The new Governor attempts to force Chun Hyang to become his mistressm but she refuses. Chun Hyang is then imprisoned and sentenced to death. On the day that Chun Hyang is scheduled to be executed, Lee Mong Ryong returns to reveal his new job position (he has now become an “amhaeng’eosa” – a secretive government position where he is required to check on other government officials) and save Chun Hyang from death.
  3. Director Dae-woo Kim has stated that one of the requirements to play the character “Chun Hyang” would be scenes involving partial nudity (actress Yeo-Jeong Jolanded the role of Chun Hyang). [1]
  4. Filming begins end of September, 2009.
  5. Shooting locations include Milyang & Yangsuri, South Korea
  6. Related titles:
    1. The Servant | Bang Ja Jeon (CGV / 2011)
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Kim Ju-Hyeok-Bang-Ja Ryoo Seung-Bum-Lee Mong-Ryong Cho Yeo-Jeong-Chun-Hyang Oh Dal-Su-Old man Ma

Additional Cast Members:

  • Jung Yang – Wol-Rae
  • Kim Sung-Ryoung – Wol-Mae
  • Ryoo Hyoun-Kyoung – Hyang Dan-yi (servant of Chun-hyang)
  • Song Sae-Byeok – Byeon Hak-Do
  • Oh Jung-Se – Ho Bang (city official)
  • Kong Hyung-Jin – man with colored glasses
  • Choi Moo-Sung – Kwang Cheon
  • Mun Won-Ju – Mal-Ho
  • Yoo Il-Han – Mal-Ho gang member
  • Jung Da-Hye – servant flirting with potato
  • Kim Sun-Young – gisaeng
  • Park A-Rong – gisaeng
  • Lee Chae-Eun – gisaeng
  • Yoon Joo-Young – Cho-Wol (gisaeng)
  • Han Soo-A – Mae-Hyang (gisaeng)
  • Song Ji-In – Wol-Hyang (gisaeng)
  • Ki Se-Hyung – Mal-Ho’s associate
  • Seo Wang-Seok – big guy
  • Shim San – Jang Sa Chi
  • Keum Dong-Hyun – supervisor of tenant farm
  • Kwon Oh-Jin – woodcutter
  • Park Jin-Taek – Eunuch
  • Kim Min-Kyo – Eunuch
  • Lee Min-Woong – successful examinee / servant of Noble man Lee
  • Um Tae-Goo – man next to Mong-Ryong
  • Oh Jae-Kun – woodcutter

Film Festivals

  • 2010 (5th) The London Korean Film Festival – November 5-23
  • 2011 (6th) Osaka Asian Film Festival – March 5-13, 2011 – Special Screenings *Japan Premiere
  • 2012 (10th) New York Korean Film Festival – February 24-26, 2012


  • Best Supporting Actor (Song Sae-Byeok) – 2010 (47th) Daejong Film Awards – October 29
  • Best Costume Design – 2010 (47th) Daejong Film Awards – October 29
  • Best Technical Achievement – 2010 (30th) Critics Choice Awards – November 8
  • Best New Actor (Song Sae-Byeok) – 2010 (30th) Critics Choice Awards – November 8
  • Best New Actor (Song Sae-Byeok) – 2010 (8th) Korean Film Awards – November 18
  • Best Art Direction – 2010 (8th) Korean Film Awards – November 18
  • Best New Actor (Song Sae-Byeok) – 2010 (13th) Director’s Cut Awards – December 17