The Wedding Day was Korea's contribution to the 1957 Berlin Film Festival. It later achieved a few American and European bookings, a rarity for Korean films of the period. The story is predicated on an extreme case of mistaken identity. Insisting upon governing the destinies of his offspring, a well-meaning father marries off his son-in-law to a maidservant. Before the error can be set aright, an abundance of comic complications parade before the viewer. Despite its presumed limited appeal (the marital traditions of Korea are not exactly common knowledge), Wedding Day scored a hit when it was screened in Berlin.
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