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A Violent Prosecutor (DVD) (2-Disc Digipack + Special Booklet) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Kang Dong Won (Actor)
| Hwang Jung Min (Actor)
| Shin So Yool (Actor)
| Lee Sung Min (Actor)
An imprisoned prosecutor teams up with a swindler to uncover the truth behind his wrongful sentence in the crime comedy A Violent Prosecutor starring Hwang Jung Min (Veteran) and Kang Dong Won (The Priests). Directed by first-time director Lee Il Hyung, the blockbuster film also co-stars Lee Sung Min (The Piper) and Park Sung Woong (Office).
Bad-tempered prosecutor Byun Jae Wook (Hwang Jung Min) is known for resorting to violence to catch suspects and it eventually brings him into serious trouble. Accused of murdering a suspect during an interrogation, Jae Wook is sentenced to 15 years. To make his life in prison more comfortable, he maintains a good relationship with the guards and other prisoners by helping them with his legal knowledge. Five years into his sentence, he meets con artist Han Chi Won (Kang Dong Won). The two form an unlikely bond and team up to overturn Jae Wook's wrongful conviction.
This edition comes with a special booklet, a public officer ID card (Hwang Jung Min / Kang Dong Won), seven postcards, making video, CG effects, showcase scene, poster shooting, VIP premiere, still gallery and trailer.
Veteran (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Package) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
Hwang Jung Min (Actor)
| Yoo Ah In (Actor)
| Cheon Ho Jin (Actor)
| Jung Woong In (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 commentaries by director and cast, making-of featurettes, unreleased footage and trailer.
The Magician (2DVD) (Photobook + Postcard) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Yoo Seung Ho (Actor)
| Go Ara (Actor)
| Jo Dal Hwan (Actor)
| Park Cheol Min (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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