A South Korean filmgoer looks at the leaflet of South Korean movie 

A South Korean filmgoer looks at the leaflet of South Korean movie "The Street of the Sun,” during its first screening in six decades at Korean Film Archive in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, June 25, 2013. The only surviving Korean War-era South Korean film by director Min Kyoung-sik, got the screening 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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A South Korean filmgoer looks at the leaflet of South Korean movie "The Street of the Sun,” during its first screening in six decades at Korean Film Archive in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, June 25, 2013. The only surviving Korean War-era South Korean film by director Min Kyoung-sik, got the screening 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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