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You're My Pet (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3

Kim Ha Neul (Actor) | Jang Keun Suk (Actor) | Ryu Tae Joon (Actor) | Jung Yu Mi (Actor)
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You're My Pet (DVD) (Korea Version)
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Based on Ogawa Yayoi's manga Kimi wa Petto, You're My Pet revolves around the unconventional relationship that develops between a career woman and the younger man she keeps as her pet! Previously adapted into a Japanese TV drama starring Koyuki and Matsumoto Jun, the bright and breezy romance travels to Korea for a highly anticipated remake starring rom-com queen Kim Ha Neul (Blind) and Korean Wave superstar Jang Keun Suk (You're Beautiful), who takes mugging to a new level of cuteness. Directed by Kim Byung Kon, You're My Pet also co-stars Ryu Tae Joon (Girl Scout), Jung Yu Mi (Love On-Air), and FTIsland's Choi Jong Hun.

It's not easy being a tall, beautiful, and confident woman like Eun Yi (Kim Ha Neul), and having to deal with scheming colleagues and insecure men. She unexpectedly finds the perfect companion when her brother's friend In Ho (Jang Keun Suk) shows up on her doorstep - in a box. Eun Yi decides to take in the homeless, free-spirited dancer... as her pet! Naming In Ho after her childhood dog Momo, Eun Yi lays downs the rules between owner and pet, but things get complicated when romance sneaks into the picture!

This edition comes with commentary, making-of featurettes, trailer, and other extras.

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Product Title: You're My Pet (DVD) (Korea Version) 寵物情人 (DVD) (韓國版) 宠物情人 (DVD) (韩国版) きみはペット (DVD) (韓国版) 너는 팻 (DVD) (한국판)
Artist Name(s): Kim Ha Neul (Actor) | Jang Keun Suk (Actor) | Ryu Tae Joon (Actor) | Jung Yu Mi (Actor) | Choi Jong Hoon (FTIsland) (Actor) | Kang Ha Neul (Actor) 金荷娜 (Actor) | 張根碩 (Actor) | Ryu Tae Joon (Actor) | 鄭柔美 (Actor) | 崔鍾訓 (FTIsland) (Actor) | 姜河那 (Actor) 金荷娜 (Actor) | 张根硕 (Actor) | Ryu Tae Joon (Actor) | 郑柔美 (Actor) | 崔锺训 (FTIsland) (Actor) | 姜河那 (Actor) キム・ハヌル (Actor) | チャン・グンソク (Actor) | リュ・テジュン (Actor) | チョン・ユミ (Actor) | チェ・ジョンフン (Actor) | カン・ハヌル (Actor) 김 하늘 (Actor) | 장근석 (Actor) | 류태준 (Actor) | 정유미 (Actor) | 최종훈 (Actor) | 강하늘 (Actor)
Director: Kim Beong Gon 金 炳坤 金 炳坤 Kim Beong Gon 김병곤
Release Date: 2012-07-05
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?
Publisher: Art Service
Other Information: 1-Disc
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1031091279

Product Information

너는 팻 (DVD) (초회한정판) (한국판)

*Screen Format: 2.35:1 Anamorphic widescreen
*Sound Mix: Dolby Digital 5.1
-Commentary by 김병곤 감독, 김하늘, 장근석
-펫 길들이기
-보이는 코멘터리 하이라이트
-펫을 찾습니다
-캐릭터 영상 (주인님_
-펫이 애인보다 좋은 7가지 이유

*Director: 김병곤

-하이틴 로맨스보다 현실적이고, 멜로보다 판타지스럽다!
세대불문! 남녀불문! 온 국민이 사랑에 빠질 로맨틱 코미디
-로맨틱 코미디 여왕 김하늘 + 걸어 다니는 신드롬 장근석!
-호기심 천국 <너는 펫>, 아슬아슬한 경계를 넘나들다!
동거와 동침 사이, 주인님과 펫의 아찔한 낮과 밤을 엿본다!
-여자라면 누구나 꿈꾸던 대리만족 로맨틱 코미디!

“이거 왜이래? 나 이래 봬도 플래티넘 미스라구!!”

고학력, 고수입에 먹히는 외모까지! 꽉 찬 나이와 욱하는 성격만 빼곤 무엇 하나 빠지지 않던 플래티넘 미스 은이는, 잘 나가던 국제부 기자에서 패션지 에디터로 발령이 나고 만다. 게다가 너무 잘난 여자는 부담스럽다며 애인에게까지 차이게 된 은이는 지금 폭발 직전이다!

“주인니임~! 잘 부탁드려요~ 왈!!”

까칠할대로 까칠해진 은이 앞에 어느 날 애처로운 모습으로 상자에 담긴 인호가 발견되고, 마치 길 잃은 강아지 마냥 안식처를 구하던 인호는 은이의 충실한 펫 모모가 되겠다며 막무가내 애교로 혼을 빼놓는다. 어떤 일이 있어도 주인님 전화는 꼭 받기, 피곤해서 돌아오면 반갑게 맞이하러 나가기, 택배 잘 받아 두기 등 완벽한 펫 모모와 함께 살면서 점점 길들여진 은이. 하지만 주인과 펫의 관계가 되어 행복한 동거 생활을 해나가던 두 사람 앞에 어느 날 은이의 첫사랑이 나타나면서 위기가 찾아 오는데…

잘 키운 펫 하나 열 남자 안 부럽다!
애인, 그 이상의 만족 <너는 펫>
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Professional Review of "You're My Pet (DVD) (Korea Version)"

August 21, 2012

You're My Pet is a Korean romantic comedy with a rather odd premise, revolving around a woman who takes in a strange young man on the basis that he acts like her pet dog, with love and laughter ensuing. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the film is based on a Japanese manga, Ogawa Yayoi's Kimi wa Petto which ran from 2000-2005 and was filmed previously as a television series, with first time director Kim Byung Kon on board for the new Korean remake. The film was one of the more highly anticipated Korean releases of the year, partly due to its leading couple, with genre favourite Kim Ha Neul (Blind) and Korean Wave superstar Jang Keun Suk (You're Beautiful) pairing up for the fun.

Kim Ha Neul plays Eun Yi, a high flying fashion editor, unlucky in love and not exactly well-liked by her colleagues, who ends up in an unconventional living arrangement when one of her brother's friends is unceremoniously dumped on her. In Ho (Jang Keun Suk), the younger man question, is a dancer fallen on hard times, and being an eccentric fellow himself agrees to live with Eun Yi as her pet, even taking on the name Momo after her childhood dog. Needless to say, things quickly get complicated between the two, not least when Eun Yi's old flame Woo Sung (Ryu Tae Joon, Girl Scout) comes back into her life. Though You're My Pet has a bizarre premise to say the least, it makes the leap well enough from the manga page to the screen thanks to director Kim not taking things too seriously. The film certainly never pretends to be anything other than light hearted entertaining nonsense, going for an all-out cutesy attack, with wacky humour and bright, cartoonish visuals throughout. This all works pretty well, and the film is amiably daft, managing to wring plenty of amusement from the situation, with lots of misunderstandings and slapstick pranking. Although the film is kind of uneven, shifting between anecdotal comedy set pieces and a variety of tangential subplots and supporting characters, it moves along at a surprisingly brisk pace. There's constantly something quirky going on, and Kim holds the interest despite the film being a predictable affair, clearly from the word go leading up to the inevitable awkward moment when Eun Yi has to explain and justify her behaviour, viewers awaiting the answer to the time-old will they/won't they question.

Whilst there's very little emotional substance here, the film gets a lot of mileage out of its likeable lead couple and the silly, shifting dynamic between them. Their relationship is all the more interesting for being one of the oddest in a Korean romantic comedy for some time, there being something almost kinky about the way in which Eun Yi as an older woman dominates In Ho, a large amount of the film being taken up with her abusing or beating him, none of which he seems to mind much. Though the film isn't terribly romantic as a result, there's a definite and enjoyable chemistry between Kim Ha Neul and Jang Keun Suk, both of whom are on game and appealing form, and the tension that gradually builds makes things livelier and more fun than it might had been had it taken a more traditional route.

You're My Pet does work better as a comedy than a romance, though this really is not a bad thing by any means, and it makes for a pleasant and offbeat couple of hours, Kim Byung Kon proving a perfectly capable helmer. Kim Ha Neul is always worth watching, and fans of her or Jang Keun Suk will likely find plenty to enjoy.

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Customer Review of "You're My Pet (DVD) (Korea Version)"

Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (2)

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December 3, 2012

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Crazy Comedy, No Heavy Petting (A) Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
When you watch a rom-com you certainly don’t expect it all to be something serious and “You’re My Pet” is about as serious as giving a dachshund a jet propelled skateboard for his birthday (or a Chobits persicom branded woolly hat). This is a seriously kooky movie with plenty a daft bit and having a central premise that can even provoke wry thoughts of kinky/older woman/toy boy thing considering the situation. Eun-yi (Ha-neul Kim) takes in a rain soaked waif (here an on hard-times music dancer with an 80s metal rock hair style) found in a packaging box outside Eun-yi’s home. In Ho (Keun-suk Jang) being a friend of Eun-yi’s brother, hides due to some social misdeeds, then sympathetically is found and taken in by Eun-yi as her ‘pet’. So begins this odd relationship where dominating and suffer no idiots Eun-yi is served in kooky manner by eccentric and loveable In-ho, who playfully adopts pet dog ways to amuse his ‘mistress’. Aside to sounding comic strip daft, Eun-yi also as some troubling internal problems; she’s not too liked by colleagues at her work place as a fashion magazine editor, due to her over confidant and suffer no fools attitude, and she doesn’t have a partner to share her life with due to scaring off potential bfs.

Eun-yi though from time to time ‘gangs up’ (or is ‘roped in’) on women’s talk with scheming female friends, talking of the boredom of single life, the difficulty of married life, annoying and insecure men and cute domestic pets. Chatting ecstatically that Eun-yi’s life could get ever more lonely if Eun-yi keeps scaring off bfs, her wily friends advise Eun-yi that if she can’t settle for a fella in her life (hard boiled and scaring ‘em off and that) she should get herself a dog as a companion instead? Which Eun-yi does (well a computer game dog anyway) but such cutey emo clashes too much with Eun-yi’s preferred strong personality. Does she really want a dependant? Eun-yi doesn’t want a weak man for sure and doesn’t want to play the part of a docile female either. But her deterministic manner is soon pooped when Eun-yi bumps into her first love Woo-sung (Tae-joon Ryu), whose conservative esteem (and also being a retro bf!) turns Eun-yi’s steely ways to jelly and swiftly reveals her more fragile nature. Although a first love Eun-yi’s uncertain if Woo-sung’s a man she’d marry, but Woo-sung delighted to see Eun-yi again is determined to marry Eun-yi, judging her on her ‘docile’ pretensions and confident appeal.
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Crazy Comedy, No Heavy Petting (B) Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
Eun-yi’s awkward sudden marriage proposal is contrasted by fun boy In-ho. Taken in as the ‘pet’ In-ho happily serves his ‘mistress’ (although Eun-yi does ‘beat’ In-ho into submission here and there). But although In-ho’s quirky and upbeat personality often irritates Eun-yi, he also endears by his fondness to her, his free spiritedness and his eccentric touchy feely ‘advice’. It’s a more frank and open relationship that contrasts the mask nicey-nicey personality Eun-yi adopts when meeting Woo-sung on dates. As Woo-sung arrives on the scene, In-ho also gets a bit jealous about the situation. Being a ‘protective pet’ In-ho doesn’t quite bite Woo-sung’s bum, but does become a rival and doesn’t like dapper Woo-sung wanting to settle for marriage with Eun-yi.

As Eun-yi’s a demanding, domineering type and adopting her ‘pet’ boy indoors could make some believe Eun-yi’s secret hobby includes a hidden ‘punishment’ room, tall leather boots and a whip collection. That In-ho also looks like an 80s rock singer doesn’t help squash that idea either. But such ‘kinkiness’ is far from the dominatrix for our beloved protagonists. Eun-yi, although self-confident and determined (and domineering), is a frustrated lady looking for someone to share her life with, but finds it difficult to allow change and submission that would upset her personal space. Eun-yi protects her independence but distances herself from the fact, but wonders if she’d truly like to look after someone (enter In-ho). Her past flame Woo-sung though becomes an independence ‘threat’, whose conservative manner and pitching for marriage causes Eun-yi to become guarded and more placid; partly not to cause Woo-sung hurt and also her uncertainty about marriage. But In-ho being more laid back with a fun type personality (and snazzy hair do) enables Eun-yi to be herself and talk freely, argue, scold and playfully frolic with In-ho in an open way Eun-yi could never imagine with Woo-sung. Woo-sung isn’t bad, he just wants the marriage norms, but it’s just that a none judgmental ‘pet’ as In-ho makes Eun-yi more relaxed and confident, whereas Woo-sung and marriage scares the crap out of her. Also Eun-yi finds herself with a ‘pet’ dependant of sorts, even liking In-ho’s lazy, irresponsible but kooky considerate ways. It’s a madcap and eccentric comedy this and if Eun-yi teamed up with Jung-in from “All About My Wife” it would be frightening. This 2-disk Korean edition includes 3 postcards and is region ALL.
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