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Memoir of a Murderer (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (Director's Cut Collection) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
Sol Kyung Gu (Actor)
| Seol Hyun (AOA) (Actor)
| Kim Nam Gil (Actor)
| Won Sin Yeon (Director)
Sol Kyung Gu (The Merciless) shows the mental world of a former serial killer suffering from amnesia in the crime thriller Memoir of Murderer, which brought him the Best Actor prizes at the 17th Director's Cut Awards and 9th Korea Film Reporters Association Film Awards. The Suspect director Won Sin Yeon adapts Kim Young Ha's best-selling novel for the blockbuster, which co-stars Kim Nam Gil (Pandora) and AOA's Seol Hyun (Gangnam Blues).
Serial killer Byung Soo (Sol Kyung Gu) lost his memory after a car accident 17 years ago, and is now living a peaceful life with his teenage daughter Eun Hee (Seol Hyun). When new murders happen near his town, he becomes worried that he has started killing again but he doesn't remember anything. However, his instinct tells him that Eun Hee's cop boyfriend Tae Joo (Kim Nam Gil) is the real culprit. Byung Soo looks for evidence of Tae Joo's crime but his behavior attracts Tae Joo's attention. Byung Soo devises a plan to protect his daughter from being killed but his memory is fading day by day.
The two-disc release includes the 118-minute Theatrical Cut and the 128-minute Original Director's Cut of Memoir of a Murderer. This edition also comes with a random postcard and special features including commentary, adaptation from novel to screen, CG effects, VIP premiere, still gallery and trailer.
Midnight Runners (2DVD) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Park Seo Joon (Actor)
| Kang Ha Neul (Actor)
| Sung Dong Il (Actor)
| Park Ha Sun (Actor)
Park Seo Joon (The Chronicles of Evil) and Kang Ha Neul (Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet) show off their comedic chemistry in the hugely entertaining police drama Midnight Runners. Named one of the Top 10 Films at the 37th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards, the buddy cop thriller marks the first commercial foray of director Kim Ju Hwan (Koala). Park Seo Joon won Best New Actor at the 54th Grand Bell Awards and the 26th Buil Film Awards for his portrayal of an impulsive police cadet who fights crimes with his bookish buddy played by Kang Ha Neul. Midnight Runners also co-stars Sung Dong Il (The Accidental Detective) and Park Ha Sun (Temptation), as well as 2PM's Chan Sung in a cameo role.
Passionate yet impetuous Ki Joon (Park Seo Joon) and nerdy Hee Yeol (Kang Ha Neul) become friends during the tough training at police academy. One night, the duo witnesses the abduction of a young woman. They immediately call the police but the case is put aside due to insufficient evidence and bureaucratic red tape. Applying the knowledge they learned in school, the pair decides to investigate the case and save the victim themselves before it's too late.
This edition comes with a 72-page photobook and seven postcards.
Autumn Sonata (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region All
| Oh Kwang Rok (Actor)
| Jo Hee Bong (Actor)
| Lim Hyun Sik (Actor)
BoA, who appeared in the 2016 drama My Wife's Having an Affair This Week, continues to pursue her acting career in the romantic melodrama Autumn Sonata from short film director Lim Wang Tae. The pop diva takes the lead role of a young woman struggling with her impending death in the bittersweet love tale. Screened at the 2017 Jeonju International Film Festival, the movie co-stars Lee Hak Joo (Insane), Oh Kwang Rok (Warriors of the Dawn), Lim Hyun Sik (The Royal Gambler) and Jo Hee Bong (Montage).
Soo Ryun (BoA) has been working at a rural post office for ten years. Her quiet and peaceful life becomes rocky as she approaches the big 3-0. Suffering from the same illness as her father who passed away at the age of 30, Soo Ryun clearly knows that she will soon meet her death. She doesn't have the courage to tell her boyfriend (Lee Hak Joo) the truth and decides to face death alone.
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