Punch (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
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YesAsia Editorial Description
Pessimistic loner Wan Deuk (Yoo Ah In) doesn't care much about school, and is quick to throw a fist if anyone bullies his father (Park Soo Young). He has the misfortune of living right next door to his straight-talking homeroom teacher Dong Joo (Kim Yoon Seok), who is unconventional, unkempt, and constantly singles him out. It's a headache for Wan Deuk every time Dong Joo yells his name - and he sure does it often. Dong Joo simply won't let Wan Deuk be. Instead, he keeps pushing him, convincing Wan Deuk to train in boxing and to meet his estranged Filipina mother (Filipina-Korean actress Jasmine Lee, who was elected into South Korea's National Assembly in 2012).
This edition comes with commentary, making-of features, deleted scenes, poster shoot, trailer, gallery, and other special features.
|Product Title:||Punch (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) Punch (DVD) (2-Disc) (首批限量版) (韓國版) Punch (DVD) (2-Disc) (首批限量版) (韩国版) ワンドゥギ (DVD) (2-Disc) (初回限定版) (韓国版) 완득이 (DVD) (2디스크) (초회한정판) (한국판)|
|Also known as:||格鬥少年！菀得 格斗少年！菀得|
|Artist Name(s):||Kim Yoon Seok (Actor) | Yoo Ah In (Actor) | Kang Byul (Actor) 金允錫 (Actor) | 劉亞仁 (Actor) | 姜星 (Actor) 金允锡 (Actor) | 刘亚仁 (Actor) | 姜星 (Actor) キム・ユンソク (Actor) | ユ・アイン (Actor) | カン・ビョル (Actor) 김윤석 (Actor) | 유아인 (Actor) | 강별 (Actor)|
|Director:||Lee Han 李翰 李翰 イ・ハン 이한|
|Place of Origin:||South Korea|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Region Code:||3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1030456892|
*Screen Format: 2.35:1 Anamorphic widescreen
*Sound Mix: Dolby Digital 5.1
-Commentary by 이한 감독, 김윤석, 유아인, 박수영, 이자스민, 김상호, 김영재, 박효주, 강별
-영화 이전의 이야기
-삭제장면 (Commentary by 이한 감독)
-2011년 전국 극장 관객 530만명 동원
-생애 최악의 만남이 때론 최고의 반전이 된다! [완득이]
-누구나 원했던, 내 인생을 바꿔놓을 최고의 멘토가 온다.
-원작의 감동을 배가시키는 싱크로율 100%의 캐스팅
-70만부 판매고의 강력추천 베스트셀러 ‘완득이’
-위트 넘치는 대사 속에 그들이 빚어내는 유쾌한 웃음!
-다양한 사람들의 진짜 인생과 웃음을 담은 2011년 최고의 드라마!
열 여덟, 인생 최대의 적수를 만났다!
남들보다 키는 작지만 자신에게만은 누구보다 큰 존재인 아버지와 언제부터인가 가족이 되어버린 삼촌과 함께 사는 고등학생 완득이. 가난하고 불우한 가정환경에 공부도 못하는 문제아지만 싸움만큼은 누구에게도 지지 않는다. 가진 것도, 꿈도, 희망도 없는 완득이 간절히 바라는 것이 딱 하나 있었으니, 바로 담임 ‘똥주’가 없어지는 것! 사사건건 자신의 일에 간섭하는 데다 급기야 옆집 옥탑방에 살면서 밤낮없이 자신을 불러대는 ‘똥주’. 오늘도 완득은 교회를 찾아 간절히 기도한다. “제발 똥주 좀 죽여주세요”
그가 내 이름을 불러주었을 때, 내 인생은 꼬이기 시작했다!
입만 열면 막말, 자율학습은 진정한 자율에 맡기는 독특한 교육관으로 학생들에게 ‘똥주’라 불리는 동주. 유독 완득이에게 무한한 관심을 갖고 있는 동주는 학교에서는 숨기고 싶은 가족사와 사생활을 폭로하여 완득이를 창피하게 만들고, 집에 오면 학교에서 수급 받은 햇반마저 탈취하는 행각으로 완득이를 괴롭힌다. 오밤중에 쳐들어와 아버지, 삼촌과 술잔을 기울이는 건 예삿일이 돼버렸다. 그러던 어느 날, 존재조차 모르고 살았던 친엄마를 만나 보라는 동주의 넓은 오지랖에 완득이는 더 이상 참지 못하고 가출을 계획해보지만, 완득이를 향 동주의 관심은 식을 줄을 모르는데…!
세상에 등돌린 소심한 반항아 ‘완득’
세상에 반항하는 오지랖 선생 ‘똥주’
그들의 유쾌하고 특별한 멘토링이 시작된다!
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Professional Review of "Punch (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)"
Punch is the latest outing from Korean director Lee Han, mostly known for romantic comedies and dramas such as Lover's Concerto, Almost Love and Love, First. Here, he takes on something a little different with the tale of an awkward young man and his relationship with his unconventional teacher, played by upcoming talent Yoo Ah In (Sungkyunkwan Scandal) and award winning veteran Kim Yoon Seok (The Yellow Sea) respectively. Based upon a novel by Kim Ryeo Ryeong, the film proved extremely popular with both audiences and critics in Korea, emerging as one of the year's biggest hits.
Yoo Ah In plays Wan Deuk, a 17 year old high school student who lives with his hunchbacked cabaret performer father (Park Soo Young, Architecture 101) and mentally challenged uncle (Kim Young Jae, Vegetarian) in a rundown apartment. Doing badly at school and an outsider amongst his classmates, Wan Deuk is constantly getting into fights and running into trouble with teachers. Worst of all is the fact that his homeroom teacher Dong Joo (Kim Yoon Seok) just happens to live next door, plaguing him everyday and seeming to have a special interest in pushing him around. Despite his gruff manner, Dong Joo is actually doing his best to help the boy, trying to get him to focus his brawling through training as a kickboxer, and insisting that he try and reconcile with the Filipina mother (Filipina-Korean actress Jasmine Lee, Secret Reunion) who abandoned him and his father years back.
Punch is a very different film to what might have been expected, not least since it sees Lee Han making a marked move away from the generic melodrama of his earlier efforts. The film is pleasingly hard to pigeonhole, being neither the coming of age drama nor the sports underdogger suggested by the premise, bringing together its many elements and eccentric characters to tell a warmly human story of family and acceptance. Showing excellent storytelling, Lee similarly manages to avoid all the usual cliches, the film shying away from big events and artificial nonsense, with no sudden revelations or last act saccharine twists. Although it could be argued that not much happens, for the most part simply following the characters around and watching them interact, the film is effortlessly engaging, and despite a slow pace and lengthy running time there's a genuine sense of character development, a rare and invaluable benefit which really pulls the viewer into the narrative. Lee works in a gentle, non-slapstick sense of humour, and as well as making for a few surprisingly effective laughs, this prevents the film from ever dwelling too much on its sadder side.
The film also succeeds through combining all of this with some well-judged social commentary, dealing with issues of discrimination and charting how Korean society treats immigrants and the mentally and physically handicapped. This influences the film's many different relationships, Lee juggling an impressive number of dynamics in believable and often unexpected fashion. The three parent-child pairings in the film are arguably at its heart, and it's the fascinating, shifting bond between Wan Deuk and Dong Joo which ultimately provides the biggest emotional kick. Wan Deuk's slowly developing reunion with his mother is also very rewarding, Lee covering some complicated ground as the two confront their pasts. Again, what particularly impresses is the way in which such rich emotional material is tackled without fuss or unnecessary tears, and nothing about the way in which the characters come together feels forced.
All of this is made possible by some excellent acting from every member of the cast, and the film emerges as a wonderful ensemble piece. Yoo Ah In is excellent in the nominal lead, managing to convey a mixture of confusion and decency without falling back on troubled youth petulance or naivety. Kim Yoon Seok again shows himself one of the finest actors in Korea today, doing a superb, multi-layered job in a complex part, playing Dong Joo as a man with his own motivations and problems, rather than just a spur for Wan Deuk's development. The supporting cast are all great too, Jasmine Lee and Park Soo Young hitting just the right notes, eliciting sympathy without ever making the viewer feel manipulated.
It's easy to see why Punch has gone down so well, as it really is much better than the average Korean melodrama, managing to tackle many of the same themes without the usual cheap tricks and tiresome tugging at the heartstrings. Easily Lee Han's best and most substantial film to date, it's both moving and challenging, offering an appealing set of offbeat characters, sly humour and honest human drama.
by James Mudge - BeyondHollywood.com