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Vanishing Time: A Boy Who Returned (2DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Kang Dong Won (Actor)
| Um Tae Hwa (Director)
| Kim Hee Won
| Um Tae Goo
Screened at the 2017 Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival, INGtoogi: The Battle of Internet Trolls director Um Tae Hwa's second feature Vanishing Time: A Boy Who Returned proves that love goes beyond time and space. Kang Dong Won (Master) channels his inner child to play a teenage boy who turns into a full-grown man overnight. The fantasy romance also co-stars rookie actress Shin Eun Soo and child star Lee Hyo Je (The Throne).
After her mother's death, teenage girl Su Rin (Shin Eun Soo) moves to an isolated island with her step-father. Though she can't adjust to her new school life, she befriends orphan Sung Min and they soon develop a close friendship. Along with two other friends, they venture into a hidden cave and discover a glittering egg that is said to have a time-freezing monster inside according to a local folk tale. When they leave the cave, Su Rin finds that her friends have disappeared. Much to her surprise, a mysterious man (Kang Dong Won) shows up in the wink of an eye and claims himself to be Sung Min.
This edition comes with special features including commentary, interviews, deleted scenes, CG effects and trailer.
Luck-Key (2DVD) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Yu Hae Jin (Actor)
| Lee Joon (Actor)
| Jo Yoon Hee (Actor)
| Lim Ji Yeon (Actor)
Yu Hae Jin (Veteran) and Lee Joon (The Piper) swap lives in the hilarious comedy-drama Luck-Key! Directed by Lee Gae Byok (The Beast and the Beauty), the box office sensation is a remake of the 2012 Japanese comedy Key of Life by acclaimed filmmaker Uchida Kenji. Yu Hae Jin stars as an infamous killer who switches identities with a little-known actor played by Lee Joon after an accident. Jo Yoon Hee (Joseon Magician) and Lim Ji Yeon (The Treacherous) also co-star in the action comedy, and Jeon Hye Bin and Lee Dong Hwi make cameo appearances.
After hitting rock bottom in his career, desperate nameless actor Jae Sung (Lee Joon) plans to end his life by committing suicide. Before killing himself, he goes to a public bath where he meets notorious assassin Hyung Wook (Yu Hae Jin). In the bath, Hyung Wook slips on a bar of soap and passes out. Jae Sung switches their locker keys and starts a new, luxurious life. Suffering from memory loss, Hyung Wook wakes up and thinks that he is Jae Sung. Paramedic Lina (Jo Yoon Hee) lets him work in her mother's small restaurant. Hyung Wook also begins to gain recognition in a gangster-themed TV show thanks to his excellent fighting skills. When he rekindles his lost memory, he discovers that Jae Sung is living in his apartment and has fallen in love with his target Eun Joo (Lim Ji Yeon)!
The Age of Shadows (2DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Gong Yoo (Actor)
| Kim Jee Woon (Director)
| Song Kang Ho (Actor)
| Han Ji Min (Actor)
An exciting cat-and-mouse game between a double agent and a resistance fighter unfolds in the spy thriller The Age of Shadows by I Saw the Devil director Kim Jee Woon. Set in the 1920s during the Japanese occupation period, the Warner Bros-produced espionage action film was named the Best Film at the 36th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards, and was even selected as Korea's Oscar candidate for Best Foreign Language Film. After its world premiere at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival, the costume blockbuster was screened at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. In the spy tale, Gong Yoo (Train to Busan) fights for freedom with fellow independence activists, including Han Ji Min (The Fatal Encounter) and Shin Sung Rok (The King's Face), while being chased by Song Kang Ho's (The Throne) undercover agent and his partner played by Um Tae Goo (Coin Locker Girl), who was crowned Best Supporting Actor at the 53rd Grand Bell Awards. Lee Byung Hun and Park Hee Soon make cameo appearances in the film.
Once a Korean independence activist, Korean-born Japanese police officer Lee Jung Chool (Song Kang Ho) is assigned a mission to infiltrate a Korean resistance group. To collect intelligence about the secret organization, he approaches the leader Kim Woo Jin (Gong Yoo), who poses as an art dealer to conceal his true identity. As he works with his once good friends in the group, Jung Chool becomes increasingly dubious about his mission, and the Japanese government grows suspicious of his loyalty. Now both the hunter and the hunted, Jung Chool is thrown into a dilemma when the freedom fighters plan to bomb the key Japanese facilities in Seoul.
This edition comes with special features including commentary, pre-production making-of, action making video, deleted scenes, VIP premiere, still gallery and trailer.
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