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Veteran (DVD) (2-Disc) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Yoo Ah In (Actor)
| Hwang Jung Min (Actor)
| Yu Hae Jin (Actor)
| Oh Dal Soo (Actor)
A battle of wits between a tenacious detective and a ruthless corporate heir kicks off in writer-director Ryoo Seung Wan's (The Berlin File) crime action blockbuster Veteran. The box-office smash set a record as the third highest-grossing Korean film of all time and garnered various prizes at the 36th Blue Dragon Film Awards, 48th Sitges Film Festival, 35th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards and 7th Korean Film Reporters Association Awards. The crime thriller stars acclaimed actors Hwang Jung Min (A Violent Prosecutor) and Yoo Ah In (Like for Likes), with supporting appearances by Yu Hae Jin (Fatal Intuition), Oh Dal Soo (Ode to My Father), Jung Woong In (Fists of Legend), Jung Man Shik (Granny's Got Talent) and Jin Kyung (You Call It Passion).
To bust a gang of car smugglers, detective Seo Do Cheol (Hwang Jung Min) hires truck driver Bae Cheol Ho (Jung Woong In) and travels to Busan with his partner Oh (Oh Dal Soo). While Do Cheol eagerly anticipates a promotion after accomplishing the mission, Bae gets sacked by his contractor (Jung Man Shik) who works for the conglomerate Sinjin Group. Bae protests against the unfair dismissal and finally gets a chance to voice his grievances to Jo Tae Oh (Yoo Ah In), the young arrogant heir to Sinjin Group. The meeting turns violent and Bae gets humiliated and beaten up in front of his son. After the meeting, Bae falls to his death in the stairwell of the Sinjin Group building in an apparent suicide.
Do Cheol, however, is doubtful about the circumstances of Bae's death and suspects that the rich and out-of-control Tae Oh may be related to the case. While Do Cheol persists in finding the truth, Tae Oh and Sinjin vice president Choi (Yu Hae Jin) resort to increasingly extreme measures to stop him from digging into the case.
This edition comes with an 80-page photobook, commentaries by director Ryoo Seung Wan and main cast, character video and trailer.
SMTown The Stage (2015) (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Girls' Generation (Actor)
| Kangta (Actor)
| f(x) (Actor)
| BoA (Actor)
Following 2012's I Am., K-pop powerhouse SM Entertainment produces another concert documentary film in SMTOWN The Stage, which takes audiences to the 2014-2015 SMTown Live World Tour IV featuring TVXQ, Super Junior, Girls' Generation, SHINee, f(x), EXO, Red Velvet, Kangta and BoA. SMTOWN The Stage includes live performances from the concert tour as well as never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage and interviews that reveal the exciting process, both onstage and off, behind putting on such a large-scale show.
The Throne (DVD) (2-Disc) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Song Kang Ho (Actor)
| Yoo Ah In (Actor)
| Moon Geun Young (Actor)
| Park Won Sang (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 commentaries, making-of featurettes, deleted scenes, premiere footage and still gallery.
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