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戰北國 (1973)
Action Tae Kwon Do
Alias: 俠女支
Korean: 협기
Korean: Hyeobgi
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Mandarin 
Genre: Martial Arts 
Release Date (HK): 08/18/1973
 
Directors
  Yeo Ban-Yee
  Jang Jin-Won
 
Screenwriter
  Ni Kuang
 
Martial Arts Director
  Best Kwon Yeong-Moon
 
Producer
  Yeo Ban-Yee
 
 
Cast
  Jason Pai Piao ... Lin Hang-Seng
  Nancy Sit Ka-Yin ... Chin Kuei-Chee
  Thompson Kao Kang ... Major Yehshun
  Tony Lou Chun-Ku ... Hong
  Leung Pasan ... Dubien
  Kim Ki-Joo ... Shanchun
  Ingrid Hu Yin-Yin ... Koto player
  Best Kwon Yeong-Moon ... Korean fighter
  Tong Kwok-Si ... Japanese fighter
  Kim Ki-Beom ... Japanese general
  Han Myung-Hwan ... Japanese fighter
  Kong Hui-Bae ... Kuei-Chee's little brother
  Cui Tai-Sheng    
  Shen Jie-Wen    
  Moon Tae-Seon    
  Lee Ja-Yeong    
  An Kil-Won    
  Han Tae-Il    
  Yoon Yeong-Ji    
 
Production Company
  Yangtze Productions Limited
 
Assistant Director
  Joe Cheung Tung-Cho   Tony Lou Chun-Ku
 
Cinematographer
  Albert Yang Chun
 
Art Director
  Tong Kwok-Si
 
Costume Designer
  Kung Chuan-Kai
 
Music
  Wu Da-Jiang
 
Presenter
  Yeo Ban-Ahn
 
Production Manager
  Yeo Ban-Goh
 
Still Photographer
  Yang Ki-Joo
 
Filming Location
  South Korea
 
 
Summary
  The Japanese are in Korea, acting like thugs and pushing the locals around. A gang hatch a plan to disrupt them. Two of the women entertain the men with koto playing and sake. Hon San becomes drawn into the plan, being the fiance of one of the women, and also accidentally recruits a gang of young boys who are very fancy kickers. The koto player makes the ultimate sacrifice to ignite the plan, then the biffo starts in earnest.