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Hwayi: A Monster Boy (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Yeo Jin Gu (Actor)
| Kim Yoon Seok (Actor)
| Park Yong Woo (Actor)
| Moon Sung Keun (Actor)
Ten years after Save the Green Planet, director Jang Joon Hwan returns with his long awaited sophomore feature Hwayi: A Monster Boy. The blockbuster action thriller teams up award-winning actor Kim Yoon Seok (The Thieves) with popular teen actor Yeo Jin Gu, widely pegged as Korea's next big star after show-stealing appearances in television dramas like The Moon that Embraces the Sun and I Miss You. Kim Yoon Seok and Yeo Jin Gu are supported by a staggering cast of some of Korea's finest actors including Jang Hyun Sung, Park Yong Woo, Kim Sung Kyun, Lee Kyung Young, Jo Jin Woong and Moon Sung Keun as well as rising star Yoo Yeon Seok (Architecture 101).
Hwayi: A Monster Boy explores the conflicts of nature vs. nurture and father vs. son against a punishing backdrop of violent action. The 16-year-old Yeo Jin Gu takes on the eponymous role of Hwayi, a boy who was kidnapped as an infant and raised in isolation by five notorious criminals. His foster fathers trained him well for a life of crime, and soon comes the day when Hwayi joins in his first job and pulls the trigger to tragic consequences. It is then that he discovers the horrible truth behind his own past and identity. With his life and self upturned, Hwayi seeks bloody revenge against the fathers who taught him everything he knows.
This edition includes commentary, making-of, character profiles, premiere, gallery, trailer and other special features.
Oasis (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
Sol Kyung Gu (Actor)
| Moon So Ri (Actor)
| Lee Chang Dong (Director)
Few people have made as big an impact on Korean cinema as Lee Chang Dong. A former novelist and scriptwriter of masterpieces like To the Starry Island, Lee made his debut in 1997 with Green Fish, which is arguably the best Korean gangster film of the last twenty years. Released in 2002, his third film, Oasis, was not only important for Lee himself, but for Korean cinema as a whole, as Moon So Ri's unforgettable performance in the film brought her a prize at the Venice Film Festival, along with one for director Lee.
He's a former convict, she has cerebral palsy. Two outcasts at an isolated desert oasis. Hong Jong Du (Sol Kyung Gu) just got out of prison for a hit and run accident, and when he tries to contact the family of the victim, he meets Han Kong Ju (Moon So Ri), the daughter of the man he apparently killed. At first the two feel uncomfortable, but Kong Ju finds quickly he's the only one who truly respects her, despite the warnings from her family. But can they continue to meet with their families interfering all the time?
This edition includes making-of, Venice Film Festival footage, interviews with director and cast, premiere, trailer, exclusive message and other special features.
Hope (2013) (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Sol Kyung Gu (Actor)
| Uhm Ji Won (Actor)
| Ra Mi Ran (Actor)
| Kim Hae Suk (Actor)
Lee Joon Ik's heartwrenching drama Hope portrays how a family copes after their young daughter is sexually assaulted. Sol Kyung Gu and Uhm Ji Won play the devastated parents who must face their worst nightmare and somehow piece their family back together. Winner of Best Film, Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actress (Ra Mi Ran) at the 34th Blue Dragon Film Awards.
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