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Question 1: After appearing in the Choson Kinema's 1926 production Nongjungjo (________: 농중조), the young actor, Na Woon-gyu, was given a chance to write, direct and star in his own film.
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Question 2: The romantic comedy My Sassy Girl outsold The Lord of the Rings and ________ which ran at the same time.
Harry PotterHarry Potter and the Deathly HallowsJ. K. RowlingHarry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

Question 3: [21] Nevertheless, talented filmmakers like ________ and Kim Ki-young were able to survive this era and occasionally even produce works of value.
Im Kwon-taekThe Taebaek MountainsChi-hwa-seonSeopyeonje

Question 4: A newspaper article of 1908 shows that this tradition of "byeonsa" (________: "변사", or "benshi" in Japanese) appeared in Korea almost from the beginning of the showing of film in the country.
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Question 5: The 1999 film Shiri about a North Korean spy preparing a coup in Seoul was the first in Korean history to sell more than 2 million tickets in ________ alone.

Question 6: With the armistice of 1953, South Korean president ________ made an effort to help rejuvenate the local film industry by making it exempt from taxation.
Kim Il-sungJohn F. KennedyHarry S. TrumanSyngman Rhee

Question 7: [1] South Korean films generally differ from ________ films by their exploration of domestic social issues and their often unpredictable plotting.
Hollywood, Los Angeles, CaliforniaNew EnglandUnited StatesWestern United States

Question 8: In February 2004, Kim Ki Duk won the award for best director at the 54th annual ________, for a film about a teenage prostitute, Samaritan Girl.
Berlin International Film Festival18th Berlin International Film Festival2nd Berlin International Film Festival60th Berlin International Film Festival

Question 9: During this decade, South Korean film began reaching an international audience for the first time, in large part through the recognition of director ________'s work.
The Taebaek MountainsChi-hwa-seonIm Kwon-taekSeopyeonje

Question 10: Choi In-gyu's Viva Freedom! (________: 자유 만세; Jayu manse!), about Korean freedom-fighters during the waning days of the Japanese occupation, is considered the major film of this era.
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