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The Priests (2DVD + CD) (Diorama Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Kim Yoon Seok (Actor)
| Kang Dong Won (Actor)
| Park So Dam (Actor)
| Nam Il Woo (Actor)
Based on his award-winning short film 12th Assistant Deacon, director Jang Jae Hyun's The Priests perfectly combines Eastern occultism and Western exorcism. As the first ever exorcism movie in Korea, the supernatural mystery thriller was screened at the 18th Udine Far East Film Festival. Park So Dam (The Silenced), one of Korea's top new actresses, garnered newcomer prizes at the 7th Korea Film Reporters Association Awards, the 21st Chunsa Film Art Awards and the 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards for her impressive performance as a possessed high school girl. The film also stars Kim Yoon Seok (The Classified File) as a priest and Kang Dong Won (Kundo: Age of the Rampant) as a rebellious young seminarian.
High school student Young Shin (Park So Dam), who is part of Father Kim's (Kim Yoon Seok) parish, suffers from mysterious symptoms and falls into coma after a car accident. Believing that she is possessed by an evil spirit, Father Kim asks the church for permission to perform an exorcism. Though the suggestion is turned down at first, the church eventually assigns troublemaking seminarian Choi (Kang Dong Won) to assist Father Kim, but they only have one day left to save the possessed Young Shin.
This edition comes with a diorama, a 380-page photobook, a soundtrack and special features including making-of, deleted scenes, poster shooting, short film, character introduction and trailers.
- One Way Trip (Type A) (2DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3 Su Ho ( EXO ) (Actor) | Jisoo (Actor) | Ryu Jun Yeol (Actor) | Kim Hee Chan (Actor)
The Magician (2DVD) (Photobook + Postcard) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Yoo Seung Ho (Actor)
| Go Ara (Actor)
| Park Cheol Min (Actor)
| Jo Dal Hwan (Actor)
Director Kim Dae Seung (The Concubine) takes the audience into a romantic magical world in The Magician, which is Yoo Seung Ho's first film after his military discharge. Adapted from Kim Tak Hwan and Lee Won Tae's novel, the fantasy romantic period drama unfolds the love story between a magician and a princess in the Joseon dynasty. The film stars Yoo Seung Ho (Blind) as Joseon's greatest magician and Go Ara (Papa) as a princess of Joseon. Kwak Do Won (Tazza: The Hidden Card) co-stars as the Qing Dynasty's top magician and Jo Yoon Hee (The Traffickers) as a gisaeng.
Hwan Hee (Yoo Seung Ho) and his elder sister Bo Eum (Jo Yoon Hee) grew up in a brothel. Bo Eum becomes a gisaeng, while Hwan Hee learns magic from Qing China's top magician Gwi Mol (Kwak Do Won) and soon rises to be an outstanding wizard himself. However, Hwan Hee and Gwi Mol fall into conflict and become enemies. On her way to the Qing for a diplomatic marriage, Princess Cheong Myung (Go Ara) meets Hwan Hee and the two quickly fall in love with each other. However, their relationship is threatened not only by Cheong Myung's impending marriage but also vengeful Gwi Mol, leading to a fierce showdown between the two powerful magicians.
This edition comes with a 36-page photobook, a postcard set, character making, production making, read-through, poster shooting, VIP premiere, NG footage and trailer.
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