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The Classic (DVD) (DTS) (Korea Version)
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From My Sassy Girl director Kwak Jae Yong comes the blockbuster nostalgic romance The Classic. Popular actress Son Ye Jin (Open City) stars in a double role as college student Ji Hye and her mother Joo Hee. One day Ji Hye discovers her mother's old love letters, and gets swept into the heartrending story of her mother's unforgettable first love, torn between best friends Joon Ha (Cho Seung Woo) and Tae Soo (Lee Ki Woo). In the present day, Ji Hye herself is caught in her own romantic tangle with playwright Sang Min (Jo In Sung, A Dirty Carnival) the boyfriend of her best friend.
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Product Title: The Classic (DVD) (DTS) (Korea Version) 假如愛有天意 (DTS版) (韓國版) 假如爱有天意 (DTS版) (韩国版) ラブストーリー (韓国版) 클래식 DTS
Artist Name(s): Son Ye Jin | Jo In Sung | Cho Seung Woo | Kwak Jae Yong | Lee Ki Woo 孫 藝珍 | 趙寅成 | 曹承佑 | 郭在容 | 李 基宇 孙 艺珍 | 赵寅成 | 曹承佑 | 郭在容 | 李 基宇 ソン・イェジン | チョ・インソン | チョ・スンウ | クァク・ジェヨン | イ・ギウ 손 예진 | 조 인성 | 조 승우 | 곽재용 | 이기우
Release Date: 2005-09-16
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Korean
Country of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Duration: 127 (mins)
Publisher: Deok Seun Media co. Ltd
Other Information: 2 DVDs
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1004066257

Product Information

* Screen Format : Anamorphic Widescreen
* Sound Mix : Dolby 5.1 / dts
* DVD Type : N/A
* Extras :
DISC 1.
-영화<클래식>본편
-곽재용 감독 코멘터리
-손예진,조승우,이기우의 코멘터리

DISC 2.
- Cast & Crew Interview (출연진/제작진 인터뷰)
- Outtakes of Classi
- Deleted Scene
- Continuty
- Still Gallery (Movie Still/Snap Still, 사진모음)
- Art work (소품사진 및 작업 현장)
- Letters (편지와 일기 읽기)
- Trailer (극장 예고편 ,TV Spots)
- 뮤직비디오 (1편-사랑하면 할수록(한성민))
* 5개의 이스터에그가 숨어있습니다

* Director : 곽재용

최강의 스펙으로 다시 만나는 곽재용 감독의 사랑이야기

같은 대학에 다니는 지혜와 수경은 연극반 선배 상민을 좋아한다. 하지만 호들갑스런 수경이 상민에게 보낼 편지의 대필을 부탁하고, 지혜는 수경의 이름으로 상민을 향한 자신의 감정을 고백한다. 지혜의 편지로 맺어진 수경과 상민이 가까워지면서 지혜는 괜한 죄의식에 상민을 멀리 하려 하지만, 우연하게도 자꾸만 마주치게 된다.

오래 전, 사랑은 이미 시작되었다...

한편, 아빠를 일찍 여읜 지혜는 지금은 해외 여행 중인 엄마 주희와 단둘이 산다. 엄마의 빈자리를 털기 위해 다락방을 청소하던 지혜는 우연히 엄마의 비밀 상자를 발견하게 된다. 주희의 첫사랑의 기억이 고스란히 담겨있는 비밀 상자를 보면서 지혜는 엄마의 클래식한 사랑을 조금씩 알게 된다. 귀를 기울이면, 그들의 안타까운 사랑이 들려오는데..
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Professional Review of "The Classic (DVD) (DTS) (Korea Version)"

July 7, 2003

This professional review refers to Classic

For most of you, acclaimed director Kwak Jae-yong (My Sassy Girl) is probably the biggest reasons that propels you to watch this film. The Classic, Kwak Jae-yong's latest work right after My Sassy Girl, is actually quite different from its predecessor. Compared to the joyful and highly entertaining My Sassy Girl, The Classic is rather a sophisticated and passionate drama.

This film features the love stories of two generations, with Son Ye-jin playing the role of both the mother and the daughter. Ji-hye (Son Ye-jin) discovers her mother Joo-hee's (Son Ye-jin) love letters by accident. Out of curiosity, she begins to read about Joo-hee's first love with Joon-ha (Jo Sung-woo). At the same time, Ji-hye falls in love with her schoolmate Sang-min (Jo In-sung), and she soon realizes that the situation she is facing is somewhat identical to the triangular love relationship among Joo-hee, Joon-ha and Joon-ha's friend Tae-soo (Lee Ki-woo). Although the story intertwines between the past (Joo-hee) and the present (Ji-hye), the focus of interest seems to be the mother Joo-hee and Joon-ha. Apart from her romance with Sang-min, the most important function of the daughter Ji-hye is to merely act as a storyteller that brings out Joo-hee's story.

Apparently, director Kwak Jae-yong is using a different approach in this film. Unlike the blatant and comical encounters of the characters in My Sassy Girl, the love affairs of the characters are mainly developed from casual daily activities. From the boat rowing date to the firefly catching scene, most of them are depicted in a very simple and direct manner. There is no surprising twist at all, yet the romantic atmosphere keeps the audience engaged. One problem of this kind of melodrama is that the story is easily fallen into cliche (Ji-hye does actually say so when she begins reading her mother's diary), and this is what the latter part of the movie suffers from. The scene after Joon-ha joined the army seems to be a forced tragedy. It is quite distracting as it seems a misfit to the banal events in the first half of the film and it also reminds me of Pearl Harbor. Moreover, the twist at the end (identity revealing) is also not as touching as I would expect. It is probably because the link between the mother and the daughter's respective love affairs is not that strong. Nevertheless, this film is still enjoyable as Kwak Jae-yong is no doubt a master of storytelling. There are many unforgettable scenes that will make you love this film. The cinematography is excellent (as good as the unbeatable Il Mare), as well as the trademark mellow background music, viewers are inevitably soaked in this delicately crafted dieresis.

Son Ye-jin looks gorgeous in this film. Her roles as both the mother and the daughter are persuasive, despite the physical resemblance between the two characters. The mother is more active in pursuing her love while they daughter is a passive and shy little girl. Among the two male leads, Jo Sung-woo performs much better than Jo In-sung. Perhaps it is because of the plot and the character design, Jo Sung-woo's lively portrayal of his character Joon-ha is way more appealing than the wooden face of Jo In-sung. New actor Lee Ki-woo (this guy is really tall!) is also impressive that viewers should keep an eye on.

In general, The Classic is a professionally made romance movie. Every scene is beautifully and carefully constructed. I am quite confident that most Korean drama lover would find it an enjoying piece. However, one advice for those My Sassy Girl's lover is, this is not a sequel of that film and so please don't expect any surprise as you would find in My Sassy Girl.

Cool guy(s) - Jo Sung-woo, Son Ye-jin, Lee Ki-woo


Reviewed by Kantorates - Cinespot.com

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Customer Review of "The Classic (DVD) (DTS) (Korea Version)"

Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 7 - 7.2 out of 10 (4)
Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9.6 out of 10 (121)

Moly97
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February 1, 2009

This customer review refers to The Classic (DVD) (2-Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
1 people found this review helpful

Nice but slow Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
I bought this movie back in Dec, 2006. I have watched bits and peices of it but could not sit through the whole movie all
at one time. I tried a new strategy this week. I watched the second half first, got interested in the characters . Then I was
able to watch the whole movie all at one time.

No question about it. It is a very beautiful film. Got a lot of tender and sad moments (especially the train scene) and
a few funny moments (like the worm pills ) I got it mainly because of Cho In Sung because I want to see his earlier work
and he does not disappoint.

The scenery is beautiful too. But, when it takes me 2 years to finish watching a movie, I would have to classify it as being
slow
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AY2987
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July 20, 2008

This customer review refers to The Classic (DVD) (2-Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
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Wow... Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I bought the VCD version a few years back but i decided to get the dvd version now since it contains extra features and deleted scenes. Too bad it's Region3 and i could only watch it on my computer. I really love this movie and became such a HUGE Son Ye Jin fan after watching this! It has such an amazing storyline, and if i had to use one word to describe this movie it would be "wow". I was actually left sppechless after the movie ended and cried buckets as well. Thankfully it was a good ending! A Must-Buy and Must-Watch movie of all times!
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LZ
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June 3, 2008

This customer review refers to The Classic (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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The Best Movie I've Ever Seen! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
This is one reason why I looooove Korean Series and Movies. Son Ye Jin truly brings out her talent in this one. I think this movie is the best movie I've seen in my life and the best one I ever will see in my life. Impressive acting from everyone. The storyline is so touching and it couldn't have been written better. Everyone should give this a shot, I promise you that you will love it as much as I did. It is a tear jerker but the ending was a happy one. A must watch for Korean-Movie fans! Truly a work of art! Just amazing!
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Kevin Kennedy
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October 15, 2007

This customer review refers to The Classic (DVD) (2-Disc Edition) (Hong Kong Version)
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Son Ye Jin is great! Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
By the time one finally arrives at the end of the epic film, "The Classic", one is amazed to consider that the director of "My Sassy Girl" was responsible for creating this marathon-length melodrama. One has to harken back to the light-hearted early scenes, featuring such silliness as the old Manfred Mann song "Doo Wah Diddy" being played over a scene of a bunch of guys making doodoo, to see the connection.

"The Classic" juggles two different love stories, both featuring Son Ye Jin, that end up being more related than the viewer ever suspects. Yes, "The Classic" has a surprise ending in store for the viewer. It may strain credulity, but I must admit that it closes the film with a certain emotional resonance.

Son Ye Jin, of course, looks very lovely in both of her roles and delivers just the right dose of sweet wistfulness (or is it wistful sweetness?). Her fine performance here gave us a hint of her extraordinary success in the great "Alone in Love" TV series.

In truth, "The Classic" feels overstuffed, like it could have benefitted from ten or fifteen minutes of nips and tucks. Nonetheless, I recommend it for all fans of epic romantic melodrama.
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Best Review
frosty
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August 13, 2007

This customer review refers to The Classic (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
2 people found this review helpful

This movie was good Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10
This is actually one of the only Korean movies I've liked. I was actually able to sit down and enjoy this movie throughout. Not a real fan of korean movies. I can't stand the dramas at all. TOO much drama, so I'll lean over to the movies. :]
This movie was good!
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