"The Dancer, Choi Seunghee" features a Korean dancer reputed to be the world"s best performer during the 1930s through 1950s. The program portrays her tribulations in life, love and art as a female considered subordinate during Japan's occupation of Korea. She moves to North Korea out of a love for her husband but is eventually forced, by its political regime, to become a commercial tool. The artist"s life ends tragically as she becomes an ideological sacrifice. Documentary highlights include priceless color film archives of her dance performances, some of which have never been shown in Korea. "The Dancer, Choi Seunghee" is the winner of the TV Program Contest"s highest honor. The contest is hosted by the Korea Cable Communications Committee (KCCC).