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The Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale (DVD) (2-Disc) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Choi Min Sik (Actor)
| Jung Man Shik (Actor)
| Kim Sang Ho (Actor)
| Ra Mi Ran (Actor)
Following his role as a naval hero in the period epic The Admiral: Roaring Currents, Choi Min Sik plays a retired sharpshooter this time in the period blockbuster The Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale, which marks the actor's second collaboration with director Park Hoon Jung after the 2013 crime drama New World. The period drama also co-stars Jung Man Shik (A Hard Day) as a Joseon hunter under the Japanese army, young actor Sung Yu Bin (The Trip around the World) as the retired hunter's son and Japanese actor Osugi Ren (Chasuke's Journey) as a Japanese government official.
In 1925 during the Japanese occupation, retired top hunter Chun Man Deok (Choi Min Sik) moves to a hut in a mountain with his son Seok (Sung Yu Bin). Obsessed with tiger skins, Japanese government official Maejono (Osugi Ren) decides to kill all the tigers in the country. The extermination is also an act to destroy Joseon's morale since tigers are the symbol of the country's national spirit. However, their plan doesn't go as well as expected because the remaining tiger is still missing. Joined by Seok, Gu Kyung (Jung Man Sik), the leader of the Joseon hunters ruled by the Japanese army, is assigned to find that tiger but it won't be an easy task because Chun Man Deok is determined to protect the last tiger of Joseon.
This edition comes with making videos, VIP premiere and trailer.
The Sound of a Flower (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Bae Suzy (miss A) (Actor)
| Ryu Seung Ryong (Actor)
| Kim Nam Gil (Actor)
| Song Sae Byuk (Actor)
After the highly praised Architecture 101, miss A's Suzy takes on her first silver-screen period leading role in director Lee Jong Pil's The Sound of a Flower, which is based on the true story of Joseon's first female pansori singer Jin Chae Seon and her teacher Shin Jae Hyo. A form of musical storytelling, pansori was traditionally a singing art for men until Jin Chae Seon broke the mold. The 19th-century period drama co-stars Ryu Seung Ryong (Miracle in Cell No. 7) as Shin Jae Hyo, Song Sae Byeok (A Girl at My Door) as a famous pansori singer and Kim Nam Gil (The Shameless) as King Gojong's father. Answer Me 1988's rising stars Lee Dong Hwi and Ahn Jae Hong also appear as pansori students.
Young girl Jin Chae Seon (Suzy), who was brought up in a gisaeng house, has dreamed of performing pansori since she heard master Shin Jae Hyo's (Ryu Seung Ryong) performance. Though she expresses her strong desire to learn pansori, Shin rejects her since women are forbidden from performing pansori. Therefore, Chae Seon disguises herself as a boy to enter the pansori school but is still turned down by Shin. After learning that King Gojong's father Daewongun (Kim Nam Gil) is going to hold a national pansori competition, Shin decides to accept Chae Seon as a disciple because she is the most suitable to sing the famous pansori Chunhyangga. However, they can't let anyone know that Chae Seon is a girl or they may be punished with death.
This edition comes with commentaries, deleted scenes, character video and trailers.
The Throne (Blu-ray) (Scenario Book + Postcard) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
Song Kang Ho (Actor)
| Yoo Ah In (Actor)
| Moon Geun Young (Actor)
| Park So Dam (Actor)
Known for critical hits like The King and the Clown and Hope, seasoned filmmaker Lee Joon Ik helms another box-office sensation in The Throne, which recounts the tragic life of Crown Prince Sado. Depicting one of the most notorious episodes of Joseon history, the period blockbuster garnered numerous prizes at the 35th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards, 52nd Daejong Film Awards and 36th Blue Dragon Film Awards. Yoo Ah In (Veteran) earned his first Best Actor prize at the Blue Dragon Film Awards for his impressive portrayal of Crown Prince Sado, while Song Kang Ho (The Attorney) was nominated for his towering performance as King Yeongjo who condemned his son to death. The Throne also co-stars Moon Geun Young (The Village: Achiara's Secret), Kim Hae Suk (The Thieves) who won Best Supporting Actress at the Daejong Awards, and Jeon Hye Jin who won Best Supporting Actress at the Blue Dragon Film Awards.
Fond of arts, dancing and swordplay, Crown Prince Sado (Yoo Ah In) isn't interested in studying Confucianism which is the base of the Joseon dynasty. King Yeongjo (Song Kang Ho), who was initially proud of Sado's intelligence, grows increasingly disappointed in his son who thinks too differently from him. Hoping Sado will learn to be a king, Yeongjo appoints him as regent to administer the country, but Sado issues a set of anti-royalist decrees that anger the king. Amid the volatile order of the court, the relationship between father and son begins to derail, along with Sado's mind, towards a shocking breaking point.
This edition comes with a scenario book, a postcard set, commentaries, making-of featurettes, deleted scenes, premiere footage and still gallery.
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