Late South Korean film director Min Kyoung-sik, center on photo, is pointed at by Min's daughter-in-law Seong Ryeong-chul, before the screening of his film “The Street of the Sun” at Korean Film Archive in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, June 25, 2013. The only surviving Korean War-era South Korean film got its first screening in nearly six decades Tuesday, the 63rd anniversary of the beginning of the war. Now digitally restored, it offers South Koreans a rare glimpse at how their ancestors lived amid the destruction and poverty of war. The movie was the debut feature of Min, a South Korean director who took a camera to the streets of Daegu in 1952, while a stream of refugees poured in. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

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Late South Korean film director Min Kyoung-sik, center on photo, is pointed at by Min's daughter-in-law Seong Ryeong-chul, before the screening of his film “The Street of the Sun” at Korean Film Archive in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, June 25, 2013. The only surviving Korean War-era South Korean film got its first screening in nearly six decades Tuesday, the 63rd anniversary of the beginning of the war. Now digitally restored, it offers South Koreans a rare glimpse at how their ancestors lived amid the destruction and poverty of war. The movie was the debut feature of Min, a South Korean director who took a camera to the streets of Daegu in 1952, while a stream of refugees poured in. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)
Late South Korean film director Min Kyoung-sik, center on photo, is pointed at by Min's daughter-in-law Seong Ryeong-chul, before the screening of his film “The Street of the Sun” at Korean Film Archive in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, June 25, 2013. The only surviving Korean War-era South Korean film got its first screening in nearly six decades Tuesday, the 63rd anniversary of the beginning of the war. Now digitally restored, it offers South Koreans a rare glimpse at how their ancestors lived amid the destruction and poverty of war. The movie was the debut feature of Min, a South Korean director who took a camera to the streets of Daegu in 1952, while a stream of refugees poured in. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)
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