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One Step (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3

Park Sandara (Actor) | Han Jae Suk (Actor) | Jo Dong In (Actor) | Hong Ah Reum (Actor)
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One Step (DVD) (Korea Version)
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Former 2NE1 member Sandara Park makes her Korean movie debut in One Step, which is inspired by the 2013 American musical comedy Begin Again. The singer-actress plays the lead role of an amnesiac girl who embarks on a healing journey with the help of Han Jae Suk (The Quiz Show Scandal), rising indie actor Cho Dong In (The Stone) and Hong Ah Reum (Makgeolli Girls). Beautiful director Juhn Jai Hong is at the helm of the crowdfunded musical romance written by popular webtoon author Hong Seung Pyo, better known as MiTi.

Convenience store part-timer Si Hyun loses her memory after a car accident. After being discharged from the hospital, she moves to her friend Ji Won's (Hong Ah Reum) home. Every night, Si Hyun hums a strange melody in her sleep and the music interests Ji Won's brother Woo Hyuk (Han Jae Suk), a once famous songwriter. Woo Hyuk turns the melody into a score hoping that it can recall her past memories. Rock guitarist Jee Il (Cho Dong In) comes across the score and helps complete the song with Woo Hyuk.

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Product Title: One Step (DVD) (Korea Version) One Step (DVD) (韓國版) One Step (DVD) (韩国版) One Step (DVD) (韓国版) 원 스텝 (DVD) (한국판)
Artist Name(s): Park Sandara (Actor) | Han Jae Suk (Actor) | Jo Dong In (Actor) | Hong Ah Reum (Actor) Sandara Park (Actor) | 韓在石 (Actor) | 趙 東仁 (Actor) | 洪雅凜 (Actor) Park Sandara (Actor) | 韩在石 (Actor) | 赵 东仁 (Actor) | 洪雅凛 (Actor) Park Sandara (Actor) | ハン・ジェソク (Actor) | Jo Dong In (Actor) | ホン・アルム (Actor) 산다라박 (Actor) | 한 재석 (Actor) | 조 동인 (Actor) | 홍아름 (Actor)
Director: Juhn Jai Hong 全宰洪 全宰洪 チョン・ジェホン 전재홍
Release Date: 2017-08-02
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English
Place 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: All Light Pictures (Korea)
Other Information: 1-Disc
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1061041657

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원 스텝 (DVD) (한국판)

*Screen Format:16:9 Anamorphic widescreen
*Sound Mix:Dolby Digital 5.1

*Director:전재홍

- 에너지 넘치는 강렬한 영상과 음악으로 해외영화제에서도 인정받은 전재홍 감독작품!
- <표적>으로 숨막히는 서스펜스를 완성시킨 조성걸 작가 & 천만 네티즌을 단숨에 사로잡은 웹툰 작가 ‘미티’ 홍승표 각본 참여!
- 사고로 모든 기억을 잃은 ‘시현’(산다라박)과 슬럼프로 인해 자기 삶의 전부였던 작곡을 할 수 없게 된 ‘지일’(한재석)이 만나 음악을 통해 서로 소통하고 성장해나가는 과정을 담은 영화!

눈부신 노래, 찬란했던 순간
그리고 무대 위에 선 우리

교통사고로 기억을 잃는 순간
‘시현’에게 남들보다 조금 더 화려해지고 복잡한 세상이 펼쳐졌다. 잃어버린 기억의 조각을 찾기 위해 우연히 만난 천재 작곡가 ‘지일’과 함께 세상을 향해 한 걸음 나아가는데…
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Customer Review of "One Step (DVD) (Korea Version)"

Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (1)

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Chromesthesia to the rescue? Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
Sandara Park of 2NE1 as SiHyun suffers amnesia after suffering a fatal car accident, which also took the life of her mother. As fate might have it SiHyun also harbours a condition called projective chromesthesia, where auditory sense perception involuntarily evokes ‘painful’ coloured orbs into her visual sight by specific sound keys. To lessen her pain SiHyun wears sound canceling headphones to block out any intruding outdoor music due to her visual malady. But a mental tune quiz’s her - a fragmented unknown song tune keeps popping into her head. SiHyun phoning a radio show where guest musician JaeSuk (DongIn Cho), who can pridefully identify tunes by a few bars, hums him her illusive song. By discerning the song SiHyun believes she’ll overcome her amnesia and chromesthesia. But JaeSuk is bewildered in identifying such a tune. SiHyun is grieved and hangs up, JaeSuk also as he attacks his personal CD collection attempting to locate the song that threatens his reputation for ‘I can name that tune’. Not giving up easily JaeSuk, struggling as a song writer, locates and contacts SiHyun hoping to understand her full reason for calling the radio show. When both meet at JaeSuk’s studio, SiHyun reveals her visual peculiarity due to the car accident, the loss of her mother and her belief her ‘lost’ song may help. Determined, JaeSuk seeks agreement from SiHyun to encourage her to listen to music again.

One Step, synonymous to a one episode K-drama has a simple partial theme of braving fears head on. One step at a time (although more to courage regarding Plato’s Laches) parallels colour, music and light that suggests more Hypnos than Wisdom herself. A girl ‘asleep’ from reality but perhaps released from her mind prison by Wisdom’s prism and key harmonics? Anyway SiHyun takes tentative steps to health to overcome fears her placid ignorance grips her with, by JaeSuk’s maybe irritating but helpful persistence teaching SiHyun to bravely listen to music again and not fear her imposing orbs and truly understand her ‘unknown’ song. As most things symbolic this is more particulars partaking the invisible universal; sound, colour, shapes, abstract and mind sensate an ignored relative nature, that brings a young woman to despair her imposing vision anomaly (too much Worry News TV?). A bang to the head, a separation, maybe prescribed drugs, disco lights and a caring musician all brought together to fathom out a girl’s forgotten memory. Truth though maybe just around the corner?
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