Title: Korean Film Series (1st issue) 
Stamp Serial#
2587 
KPC#
C-2022 
Scott#
2263c ssm 
Date of Issue
10/26/2007 
Quantity
560,000 
Denomination
250 won 
Design
Looking for Love 
Advisor
Cho Hee-moon 
Designer
Roh Jung-hwa 
Image Area
40mm x 30mm 
Perforation
13 
Sheet Composition
4 x 4 
Paper
White unwatermarked 
Printing process
and colors
Photogravure, six colors 
Print
Korea Minting and Security Printing Corporation 
Description
Korea's movie industry got its start in 1919 when movie scenes were inserted into the Kinodrama titled . So far, the Korean movies have succeeded by realizing a great deal of growth and development, influencing our lives in the form of art, culture and industry. Blockbuster movies with more than 10 million viewers are being released one after another, with Korean movies being selected as award-winning works at leading international film festivals. At this time when Korean people's interest in Korean movies is at a peak, new stamps representing Korean movies will be introduced, over 5 different series.

Looking for Love
Cited as one of the representative works of the era of silent films, portrayed the sorrow of the Korean people, who suffered greatly under Japanese colonial rule, leave their fatherland for Manchuria. This movie, for which Na Woon-Kyu was both the director and main actor, was filmed in Manchuria. Originally titled, this movie went through lots of anguish: after inspection by the Japanese governor-general of Korea, the movie was forced to modify its title to and once again to, with several of its original scenes cut out, was produced in 1928 by Na Woon-Kyu Production.