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A Man and a Woman (DVD) (2-Disc) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Jeon Do Yeon (Actor)
| Gong Yoo (Actor)
| Park Byung Eun (Actor)
| Lee Mi So (Actor)
Two married people fall into a forbidden love in A Man and a Woman directed by Lee Yoon Ki (The Charming Girl, Come Rain, Come Shine). Set in Finland, the melodrama stars Jeon Do Yeon (The Shameless) as the mother of an autistic child and Gong Yoo (The Suspect) as an architect who has a daughter suffering from depression.
Sang Min (Jeon Do Yeon) takes her autistic son to Finland for treatment and education. Though she wants to follow his son to the school camp, the school rejects her request. In the car park next to the school, Sang Min meets architect Gi Hong (Gong Yoo), whose depressed daughter goes to the same school. They set off together to the camp to see their children. On their way back, a heavy snowstorm blocks the road so they spend the night together in a cabin. Though they decide to go their separate ways without knowing each other's name, they grow to love each other, leading to grave repercussions on both families.
This edition comes with making-of footage, deleted scenes, poster shooting, VIP premiere, still gallery and trailer.
The Shameless (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Park Sung Woong (Actor)
| Jeon Do Yeon (Actor)
| Kim Nam Gil (Actor)
| Oh Seung Uk (Director)
Better known for his screenwriting in 2002 horror thriller H and 1998 romantic drama Christmas in August, Oh Seung Uk continues his directorial career with sophomore effort The Shameless. Starring Kim Nam Gil (The Pirates) and Jeon Do Yeon (Memories of the Sword), the romantic noir thriller is about the love story between a jaded detective struggling to recover from a broken marriage and a hardboiled bar hostess waiting for her fugitive boyfriend. The Shameless was screened at the 68th Cannes Film Festival and 20th Busan International Film Festival, and Jeon Do Yeon was honored with Best Actress prizes at the 15th Director's Cut Awards, 24th Buil Film Awards and 7th Korean Film Reporters Association Awards.
Park Joon Gil (Park Sung Woong) is under investigation for murder. Investment corporation vice-president Park Jong Ho (Yoon Seung Won), who was embezzled by Joon Gil, offers detective Jung Jae Gon (Kim Nam Gil) a large sum of money to maim the murder suspect during his capture. Jae Gon reluctantly accepts the bribe as he owes alimony, but Joon Gil manages to escape arrest. Jae Gon then follows his girlfriend Kim Hye Kyung (Jeon Do Yeon), who works at a shabby bar, in order to track him down. He starts by bugging her flat and searching for clues in her trash, and finally decides to work as her floor manager. However, the situation gets complicated when he forms an attachment to Hye Kyung.
This edition comes with eight postcards, deleted scenes with commentaries, still gallery and trailers.
Collective Invention (DVD) (2-Disc) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Lee Kwang Soo (Actor)
| Lee Cheon Hee (Actor)
| Park Bo Young (Actor)
| Kwon Oh Kwang (Director)
Inspired by Belgian painter René Magritte's absurd The Collective Invention which depicts a fish with a woman's legs stranded on a beach, Kwon Oh Kwang created his own Collective Invention for his directorial debut feature. Through this black comedy about an unemployed young man who turns into a mutant fish man after an experiment went wrong, the director expresses people's helplessness over various social issues such as the high unemployment rate, scientist Hwang Woo Suk's cloning fraud scandal and the MBC labor union strike. Screened at the 40th Toronto International Film Festival and 20th Busan International Film Festival, Collective Invention stars Park Bo Young, Lee Cheon Hee and Lee Kwang Soo who appears in a fish suit for the entire film.
Freelance actor Park Gu (Lee Kwang Soo) barely makes a living playing bit roles in TV dramas. Attracted by the substantial pay, he participates in an experiment conducted by a pharmaceutical company. However, the experiment fails and his head turns into that of a fish! He manages to escape from the laboratory and meet up with his girlfriend Ju Jin (Park Bo Young), who sells him back to the pharmaceutical company. Wannabe reporter Sang Won (Lee Cheon Hee) hears about Park Gu's story from Ju Jin and the two sneak into the company to find him. When the truth is exposed, Park Gu turns into an overnight media sensation and the poster boy for every cause possible, but no one truly understands or helps him as his body continues to mutate.
This edition comes with commentaries, making-of featurette, deleted scenes, character introduction and trailers.
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