Together with a girls‘ camping club, Tamae sets out on a trip to a mountain where it is said that a long-nosed goblin lives. According to romours, the goblin once was a boy who by mistake killed his own mother...
Post-war South Korea in 1953, Heo Sam-Gwan (Ha Jung-Woo) works on a construction site and helps his uncle to farm. The guys in his village can't get married, until they are able to sell their own blood. By selling their blood, they prove they are in healthy condition and are able to make a lot of money. One day, Heo Sam-Gwan sees Heo Ok-Ran (Ha Ji-Won). She's the most beautiful woman in the village, but she is already dating wealthy playboy Ha So-Yong. Heo Sam-Gwan decides that he will marry Heo Ok-Ran. He sells his blood and makes enough money to marry her.
11 years later, Heo Sam-Gwan and Heo Ok-Ran are happily married and have three sons, but a rumor spreads around the village that Heo Sam-Gwan isn't the real father of their eldest son.
The Blood Sword is a Hong Kong television series adapted from the wuxia manhua series Chinese Hero: Tales of the Blood Sword by Ma Wing-shing. The series was produced by ATV and first aired in June 1990. It was followed by a 1991 prequel, The Blood Sword 2. After seeking vengeance on the Westerners who murdered his family, Wah Ying-hung (name literally means "Chinese Hero"wink.gif flees to America to start a new life. Throughout his adventures in America, he meets new friends such Ghostserver and Gold Dragon and gradually becomes a powerful martial arts master. Once in Chicago, Wah is up against gang wars, murder, treachery and racial discrimination.
Koji Tsuruta, often considered the yakuza genre’s first star, kills it in the savage classic Blood Of Revenge. The story takes place iin Osaka, 1907. Asajiro (played by Tsuruta) must keep his business functioning smooth like cream, keep his late oyabun’s hot-blooded son in check, and deal with his emotions for a beautiful geisha named Hatsue (Junko Fuji). Director Tai Kato skillfully seizes every moment of conflict, and succeeds in displaying rampant blood-gushing.