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The Map against the World (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Cha Seung Won (Actor)
| Yoo Jun Sang (Actor)
| Shin Dong Mi (Actor)
| Nam Ji Hyun (Actor)
Blockbuster director Kang Woo Suk (Public Enemy) shows the birth of "Daedongyeojido," the greatest map of Joseon, in his first period picture The Map against the World, based on Park Bum Shin's novel Gosanja. Screened at the 2016 Busan International Film Festival, the 19th century-set movie narrates the story of legendary geographer Kim Jeong Ho, who devoted all his life to map making. Cha Seung Won (Man On High Heels) takes the lead role of the respected cartographer and Yoo Jun Sang (Angry Painter) co-stars as his political rival, the King's father Daewongun.
Considered a symbol of power, maps are tools of the government and ordinary people are forbidden from owning maps in the late Joseon dynasty. Following his late father's footsteps, geographer Kim Jeong Ho (Cha Seung Won), also known as Gosanja, travels through the Korean peninsula and draws a large-scale map that is accessible to ordinary people. He even creates woodblocks for easy printing. However, regent Daewongun (Yoo Jun Sang) plans to seize the map to get the upper hand in a power struggle.
Tunnel (Blu-ray) (Full Slip Scanavo Outcase + Scenario Photobook + Postcards + Sticker + Coaster) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
Park Hyuk Kwon (Actor)
| Oh Dal Soo (Actor)
| Ha Jung Woo (Actor)
| Jeong Seok Yong (Actor)
A Hard Day director Kim Seong Hoon presents a searing social critique with Tunnel. Based on So Jae Won's same-titled novel, the satire-tinged disaster thriller about a lone soul striving to survive in a collapsed tunnel reveals the dark sides of an irresponsible government, unscrupulous developers and sensationalist press. Ha Jung Woo (The Handmaiden) stars as the victim while Bae Doo Na (A Girl at My Door) portrays his wife. Oh Dal Soo (The Great Actor) co-stars as a rescue chief who plays an essential role in saving the victims of the accident.
While driving home for his daughter's birthday, car salesman Lee Jung Soo (Ha Jung Woo) gets trapped in a collapsed tunnel. Following the instructions from a rescue team leader (Oh Dal Soo), Jung Soo struggles to survive with just two bottles of water, a birthday cake and a dying cellphone. Outside the tunnel, the area is filled with officials and reporters who are busy taking photos of the accident. However, the rescue operation is constantly delayed due to the remoteness of the tunnel, the negligence of the government which is working on another tunnel project, and the lack of equipment and resources.
This edition comes with a 160-page scenario photobook, four postcards, a coaster, a sticker and special features including commentary, additional video, character introduction, production video, deleted scenes, CG effects, poster shooting, VIP premiere, still gallery and trailer.
Pandora (2DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Jung Jin Young (Actor)
| Kim Nam Gil (Actor)
| Kim Joo Hyun (Actor)
| Kim Young Ae (Actor)
Deranged director Park Jung Woo opens the Pandora's box of government impotence in a nuclear-themed disaster blockbuster that reminds of the 2011 deadly earthquake disaster in Fukushima, Japan. Park levies severe criticism of the Korean government's nuclear energy policy through the tragic story of a nuclear plant worker played by Kim Nam Gil (The Shameless), who strives to survive in a nuclear catastrophe along with his friends and family, played by Jung Jin Young (Time Renegades), Kim Young Ae (Cart), Moon Jung Hee (Cart), child star Bae Gang Yoo and Kim Joo Hyun (Modern Farmer). Lee Kyung Young (Inside Men) co-stars as a corrupt Prime Minister and Kim Myung Min (Proof of Innocence) as an incompetent President.
Jae Hyuk's (Kim Nam Gil) father and elder brother worked in a nuclear plant and eventually died of radiation. Despite bitter opposition from his mother (Kim Young Ae) and girlfriend (Kim Joo Hyun), Jae Hyuk is forced to work in the station as well. One day, a massive explosion occurs after an earthquake. Since the government doesn't have a contingency plan to save the victims, Jae Hyuk and his co-workers decide to return to the power station to prevent another explosion.
This edition comes with special features including making-of, character video, deleted scenes and additional video.
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