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Display titleBulgasari (1962)
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Page creatorKaiju No. 14 (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation01:17, 13 February 2021
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Bulgasari (불가사리,   Bulgasali) is a 1962 South Korean giant monster film produced by Kwang-seong Films. Released to South Korean theaters on December 1, 1962, Bulgasari is believed to be the first Korean giant monster film, predating both Space Monster Wangmagwi and Yongary, Monster from the Deep by five years, and was inspired by the same legendary monster as the 1985 North Korean film Pulgasari.[2] It is now considered lost; however, a copy of the film's screenplay is available at the Korean Film Archive.[1]
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