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The Handmaiden

The Handmaiden

1930s Korea, in the period of Japanese occupation, a young woman is hired as a handmaiden to a Japanese heiress who lives a secluded life on a large countryside estate with her domineering uncle, but she's involved in something greater that will soon be revealed.

Release Date : 01 Jun, 2016
Duration : 2h 25m
Thriller Drama Romance
Vote Average : 8.3 Vote Count : 2,671 Popularity : 45.894

Top Billed Casting

  • Kim Min-hee

    Kim Min-hee

    Lady Hideko

    (Acting)

  • Kim Tae-ri

    Kim Tae-ri

    Sookee

    (Acting)

  • Ha Jung-woo

    Ha Jung-woo

    Count Fujiwara

    (Acting)

  • Cho Jin-woong

    Cho Jin-woong

    Uncle Kouzuki

    (Acting)

  • Kim Hae-sook

    Kim Hae-sook

    Ms. Sasaki

    (Acting)

  • Moon So-ri

    Moon So-ri

    Aunt of Noble Lady

    (Acting)

  • Lee Yong-nyeo

    Lee Yong-nyeo

    Bok-soon

    (Acting)

  • Lee Dong-hwi

    Lee Dong-hwi

    Goo-gai

    (Acting)

  • Jo Eun-hyung

    Jo Eun-hyung

    Young Hideko

    (Acting)

  • Han Ha-na

    Han Ha-na

    Junko

    (Acting)

  • Lee Kyu-jung

    Lee Kyu-jung

    Maid 1

    (Acting)

  • Kim Si-eun

    Kim Si-eun

    Maid 2

    (Acting)

  • Si-yeon Ha

    Si-yeon Ha

    Maid 3

    (Acting)

  • Kim Eun-yeong

    Kim Eun-yeong

    Maid 4

    (Acting)

  • Jeong Ha-dam

    Jeong Ha-dam

    Maid 5

    (Acting)

  • Kim In-woo

    Kim In-woo

    Audience Member

    (Acting)

  • Seon Uk-hyeon

    Seon Uk-hyeon

    Port clerk

    (Acting)

  • Lim Han-bin

    Lim Han-bin

    Boy in picture (uncredited)

    (Acting)

Status

Released


Original Language

한국어/조선말


Production Country

South Korea


Budget

8,575,000


Revenue

37,767,206

Reviews

A review by Reno

Written by Reno on 11 Aug, 2017

**In the circle of romance, deceive and defraud.** Those who are into the world cinema, particularly the Korean, knows Park Chan-wook very well. But if you don't, then you must. His films are definitely for the grown ups. Like everybody else, my admiration for his work has started a decade ago wi...