[P'yŏngyang] : Chosŏn Yŏnghwa Such'urip Sa (Korea Film Export & Import Corporation), [19--?] [평양] : 조선 영화 수출입 사 (Korea Film Export & Import Corporation), [19--?]
Video — 1 videodisc (101 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Unable to endure the insult of the landlord, the leading character Gwan Pil gives vent to his rage. Because of this, he is deprived of his tenant land and is put in jail by the Japanese imperialists. In prison he gains class consciousness under the influence of Hak Jun, a political operative of the Korean People's Revolutionary Army. He runs away from prison and joins the KPRA. In the flames of struggle he grows up to be a staunch fighter and able underground operative. He discharges with credit the charges of underground activities in the homeland. Gwan Pil returns home after liberation and enjoys a happy reunion with his mother and the villagers. Together with his sweetheart Ok Dan, he comes out in the building of a new society.