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The Korean kisaeng were professional girls trained in music, dance, and poetry. "Official kisaeng" (관기 官妓), as depicted in this vintage postcard, were employed by the government and performed at ceremonial banquets. In the background, an ensemble playing traditional Korean instruments. The building in the background is Pubyok Pavilion by kernbeisser

Carroll Borland Mark of the Vampire (1935) Her role in Mark of the Vampire inspired a cult following, despite her having only one line at the end of the film, and only ten minutes of screen time...