- Movie: A Brand New Life (English title) / Travelers (literal title)
- Revised romanization: Yeohaengja
- Hangul: 여행자
- Director: Ounie Lecomte
- Writer: Ounie Lecomte, Lee Jung-Hwa
- Producer: Lee Chang-Dong, Laurent Lavole, Lee Joon-Dong
- Cinematographer: Hyun Seok-Kim
- Assistant Director: Lee Jong-Eon
- World Premiere: May 20, 2009 (Cannes Film Festival)
- Release Date: October 29, 2009
- Runtime: 92 min.
- Genre: Drama / Children / Arthouse / Award Winning
- Studio: Now Film, Gloria Films
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Set in the 1970’s in a South Korean orphanage, as one child awaits to be adopted.
- During the 11t Pusan Promotion Plan (which runs during the Pusan Int. Film Festival), “A Brand New Life” picked up the $10,000 OKF Fund award, which is presented by the Overseas Korean Foundation to fund a project from a Korean living overseas.
- Director Ounie Lecomte was born in South Korea but adopted as child by French parents. This movie is based partially on her experiences.
- “A Brand New Life” is produced by Now Film (South Korea) and Gloria Films (France) which is thought to be the first South Korean-French co-produced film.
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