- Korean Artists
- Quick Links
New & Future Releases
- The Himalayas (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (Outcase Limited Edition) (Korea Version) US$42.9927% off
- A Violent Prosecutor (Blu-ray) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) US$38.9923% off
The Magician (2DVD) (Photobook + Postcard) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Yoo Seung Ho (Actor)
| Go Ara (Actor)
| Park Cheol Min (Actor)
| Jo Dal Hwan (Actor)
Director Kim Dae Seung (The Concubine) takes the audience into a romantic magical world in The Magician, which is Yoo Seung Ho's first film after his military discharge. Adapted from Kim Tak Hwan and Lee Won Tae's novel, the fantasy romantic period drama unfolds the love story between a magician and a princess in the Joseon dynasty. The film stars Yoo Seung Ho (Blind) as Joseon's greatest magician and Go Ara (Papa) as a princess of Joseon. Kwak Do Won (Tazza: The Hidden Card) co-stars as the Qing Dynasty's top magician and Jo Yoon Hee (The Traffickers) as a gisaeng.
Hwan Hee (Yoo Seung Ho) and his elder sister Bo Eum (Jo Yoon Hee) grew up in a brothel. Bo Eum becomes a gisaeng, while Hwan Hee learns magic from Qing China's top magician Gwi Mol (Kwak Do Won) and soon rises to be an outstanding wizard himself. However, Hwan Hee and Gwi Mol fall into conflict and become enemies. On her way to the Qing for a diplomatic marriage, Princess Cheong Myung (Go Ara) meets Hwan Hee and the two quickly fall in love with each other. However, their relationship is threatened not only by Cheong Myung's impending marriage but also vengeful Gwi Mol, leading to a fierce showdown between the two powerful magicians.
This edition comes with a 36-page photobook, a postcard set, character making, production making, read-through, poster shooting, VIP premiere, NG footage and trailer.
One Way Trip (2DVD) (Type B) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Su Ho ( EXO ) (Actor)
| Ji Soo (Actor)
| Kim Hee Chan (Actor)
| Ryu Jun Yeol (Actor)
Award-winning short film director Jeong Yeol unveils the dark side of human nature in his feature debut One Way Trip, starring EXO's Su Ho in his silver screen debut, Ryu Jun Yeol (Socialphobia), Ji Soo (Angry Mom) and Kim Hee Chan (I Miss You). About four young men whose friendship is put at risk after a life-changing incident, this star-studded indie youth tale had its world premiere at the 20th Busan International Film Festival.
Sang Woo (Su Ho) gives up his studies and opts to enlist in the military, and his friends Yong Bi (Ji Soo), Ji Gong (Ryu Jun Yeol) and Doo Man (Kim Hee Chan) arrange a farewell trip for him. While enjoying their visit to a port town, they see a man beating his wife. They save the woman but the rescue turns into a police chase after the abusive husband is found dead. The four friends protest their innocence, but the wife, who's a famous celebrity, lies to the police to protect her reputation.
This edition comes with commentary, making-of, production video, character introduction and trailers.
One Way Trip is available in two versions with different covers. This edition features Ji Soo and Ryu Jun Yeol on the cover. First Press comes with five photo cards, only available while supplies last.
Love Never Fails (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Jang Hyun Sung (Actor)
| Choi Jung Won (Actor)
| Hwang Jeong Min (Actor)
| Min Byung Hoon (Director)
Director Min Byung Hoon (Touch) warns against the danger of a performance-driven society in Love Never Fails starring Oh Yoo Jin (Kissing Cousin), musical actress Choi Jung Won and Jang Hyun Sung (C'est Si Bon). The psychological drama, which premiered at the 2014 Busan International Film Festival, depicts the poignant story of a teenager who seeks love from her stressful family.
High school girl Su Ah (Oh Yoo Jin) excels academically but her demanding mother Eun Ah (Choi Jung Won) is never satisfied. Despite the psychological damage she is inflicting on her daughter, Eun Ah forces Su Ah to study without rest and even forbids her from hanging out with friends. Suffering from a living nightmare, Su Ah starts stealing from other students and cutting herself. Meanwhile, her father (Jang Hyun Sung) is accused of sexually harassing his assistant, throwing the already troubled family into further turmoil.
Popular Artists & Directors
- Popular Female Artists
- Popular Male Artists
- Popular Directors