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Where's the Dragon? (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Released in 2015, the comedic animation Where's the Dragon? draws its inspiration from the Chinese zodiac. Malaysian filmmaker Foo Sing Choong, who participated in the production of Spider-Man 2 and Men in Black II, brings ample CG animation and visual effects experience to his directorial debut. The animated feature follows ten-year-old girl Jen, who discovers a mysterious scale that belongs to the missing Zodiac Dragon. Along with other zodiac animals, Jen embarks on an adventure in search of the Dragon to restore peace to a disorderly world.
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Seoul Station (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Yeon Sang Ho (Director)
| Shim Eun Kyung
| Lee Joon
| Kim Jae Rok
Animation filmmaker Yeon Sang Ho unleashes the zombie virus in Seoul Station, the animated prequel to his box-office sensation Train to Busan. Unveiling the initial zombie outbreak that leads to the catastrophe in the live-action film, the harrowing animated horror criticizes an impotent government and different social problems. Voiced by Ryu Seung Ryong, Shim Eun Kyung and Lee Joon, the animation follows a father's search for his missing daughter during a zombie outbreak. Seoul Station was screened at the 2016 Edinburgh Film Festival and received the Silver Raven at the 34th Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival.
Seok Kyu (Ryu Seung Ryong) desperately searches for his runaway daughter Hye Sun (Shim Eun Kyung), who has become a prostitute and is now living with her feckless boyfriend Ki Woong (Lee Joon). Just before his reunion with Hye Sun, a zombie apocalypse breaks out at nearby Seoul Station, where a homeless man infected with the virus starts attacking the others. The trio struggle to survive in the undead cannibal epidemic but find themselves up against not only zombies but also armed soldiers and barricades blocking them from safety.
This edition comes with special features including commentary and deleted scenes.