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Ibyeol Honk Kong movie poster .

Movie (1973)
Korean title : 이별
English title : Farewell

Sung-il Shin
Ji-mee Kim
Bong-il Lee

After divorcing his wife, a Korean composer decides that to move on with his life he will go to Paris. Leaving his old life behind, he meets and eventually becomes engaged to a French woman working at the Korean embassy. All is not well, though, as his ex wife seems almost as if she is trying to ruin his life by coming to Paris too. Is it just a coincidence, or are her motives much more sinister?

Also from this series:

Ibyeol 2

Boeing 727-46

Boeing 727-46 of Korean Air Lines.

Transall C-160F

Transall C-160F of the Armée de l’Air (French Air Force).

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III

At Aéroport de Paris-Orly.
On the left, the Boeing 747-128 listed below. On the right in the foreground is F-BOJD , c/n 19546/572, a Boeing 727-228 of Air France .

Boeing 747-128 of Air France.

Boeing 747-128

At Aéroport de Paris-Orly.
Still wearing the US registration. Might be either N28903 (F-BPBI), N28888 (F-BPVJ), N28899 (F-BPVK), N63305 (F-BPVM).

Boeing 747-128 of Air France.
Boeing 747-128 of Air France.
Boeing 747-128 of Air France.

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