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Socialphobia (Blu-ray + OST) (3-Disc) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A, DVD

Lee Joo Seung (Actor) | Byun Yo Han (Actor) | Ryu Jun Yeol (Actor) | Ha Yoon Kyeong (Actor)
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Internet becomes an easy tool for cyberbullying which is rationalized as social justice. Director Hong Seok Jae reveals this unhealthy social phenomenon and the psychology of young netizens in his mystery thriller Socialphobia starring Lee Joo Seung (Shuttlecock) and Byun Yo Han, who is best known for his role in the tvN drama Misaeng. Answer Me 1988's breakout star Ryu Jun Yeol also makes his film debut in a supporting role. The indie hit won awards at the 40th Seoul Independent Film Festival, 19th Busan International Film Festival and 24th Buil Film Awards.

A military deserter committed suicide but Min Ha Young (Ha Yoon Kyeong) tweets a malicious comment that the soldier will burn in hell. Her vicious remark incites an internet witch hunt to expose her identity and force her to apologize publicly. Aspiring police officers Ji Woong (Byun Yo Han) and Yong Min (Lee Joo Seung) see an online post about a group of netizens who plan to confront Ha Young in person, and they decide to join the group. As Ha Young's address has been posted online, the group heads to her home, only to find that she is already dead in an apparent suicide. Since the whole process was broadcast live on the internet, the police are quickly involved in the case. After the incident, Ji Woong and Yong Min realize their prospective careers as police officers are at risk so they make use of the skills learned from police training to investigate the incident which may actually be a murder case. The whole investigation process is put online, leading to another witch hunt in search of the murder suspects. After meeting a witness, they become increasingly confident that someone else is responsible for Ha Young's death.

Limited to 1,500 copies, this edition comes with a booklet, a folded poster, two photo cards and extra features including commentaries, deleted scenes, director Hong Seok Jae's 2011 short film Keep Quiet and trailer.

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Product Title: Socialphobia (Blu-ray + OST) (3-Disc) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) Socialphobia (Blu-ray+OST) (三碟裝) (限量版) (韓國版) Socialphobia (Blu-ray+OST) (三碟装) (限量版) (韩国版) Socialphobia (Blu-ray + OST) (3-Disc) (Limited Edition) (Korea Version) 소셜포비아 (블루레이 + OST) (3디스크) (아웃케이스 + 스카나보케이스 + 북릿 + 접지포스터 + 인화사진) (한정판) (한국판)
Also known as: 社交恐懼症 社交恐惧症
Artist Name(s): Lee Joo Seung (Actor) | Byun Yo Han (Actor) | Ryu Jun Yeol (Actor) | Ha Yoon Kyeong (Actor) 李柱勝 (Actor) | 卞耀漢 (Actor) | 柳俊烈 (Actor) | Ha Yoon Kyeong (Actor) 李柱胜 (Actor) | 卞耀汉 (Actor) | 柳俊烈 (Actor) | Ha Yoon Kyeong (Actor) イ・ジュスン (Actor) | ピョン・ヨハン (Actor) | リュ・ジュンヨル (Actor) | Ha Yoon Kyeong (Actor) 이주승 (Actor) | 변요한 (Actor) | 류준열 (Actor) | 하윤경 (Actor)
Blu-ray Region Code: A - Americas (North, Central and South except French Guiana), Korea, Japan, South East Asia (including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan) What is it?
Release Date: 2018-11-01
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Korean
Country of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: [HD] High Definition, NTSC What is it?
Sound Information: DTS-HD Master Audio
Disc Format(s): DVD
Screen Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080 progressive scan)
Publisher: Art Service
Other Information: 3-Disc
Shipment Unit: 3 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1068770786

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소셜포비아 (블루레이 + OST) (3디스크) (아웃케이스 + 스카나보케이스 + 북릿 + 접지포스터 + 인화사진) (한정판) (한국판)

*Screen format:1080P HD 1.85:1 AVC
*Sound mix:한국어 DTS-HD MASTER AUDIO 5.1
*Extras:
- Commentary 1 by 홍석재 감독, 이성중 촬영감독, 홍하늘 프로듀서, 변요한, 이주승, 류준열
- Commentary 2 by 홍석재 감독, 매거진M 김나현 기자
- 이제는 말할 수 있다(스텝담화)
- 음악의 힘(음악감독 담화)
- 잊힐뻔한(삭제장면)_스텝코멘터리 포함(DVD와 상이)
- 양게 TV
- 단편영화
- Keep Quiet
- 과월 사랑세 납부고지서
- 모션포스터
- 예고편

- 1,500EA 한정 LIMITED EDITION!
- 아웃케이스 + 스카나보케이스 + 2DISC + OST + 북릿 + 봉투동봉 (접지포스터 + 인화사진 2종)
- Commentary 1 by 홍석재 감독, 이성중 촬영감독, 홍하늘 프로듀서, 변요한, 이주승, 류준열
- Commentary 2 by 홍석재 감독, 매거진M 김나현 기자

- 변요한, 이주승, 류준열 대세 배우들의 탄생!!!
그리고 우리가 사랑하는 지웅, 용민, 양게, 레나의 탄생!!!

- 코멘터리 포함 약 400분에 달하는 러닝타임으로 듣는 소셜포비아의 비하인드 에피소드!

부가영상과 관련하여 몇가지 안내사항 전달드립니다
아래 일부 부가영상에는 영어자막이 포함되어 있습니다
 배우 코멘터리, 평론가 코멘터리, 스태프 담화, 음악감독님 담화, 삭제장면 코멘터리, 양게TV
담화는 몇가지 장면들을 골라, 해당 장면에 대해 이야기를 나눈 형식으로 작업되었기 때문에, 한 장면에 대해 이야기가 길어질 경우, 하단의 본편 장면이 여러 번 반복되어 나오는 형식으로 편집되었습니다.

전국민을 떠들썩하게 한 군인의 자살 소식에 남긴 악플로 네티즌들의 분노를 사며 실시간 이슈에 오른 ‘레나’.
여기에 경찰지망생 지웅(변요한)과 용민(이주승)은 인기 BJ 양게가 생중계하는 현피 원정대에 참여한다.
하지만 현피 당일 날 ‘레나’는 싸늘한 시체로 발견되고, 비난의 화살은 순식간에 이들에게로 향한다.
경찰 시험에 불리한 기록이 남게 될까 불안한 지웅과 용민은 ‘레나’의 죽음에 의혹을 제기하는데…

과연 그녀의 죽음은 자살인가, 타살인가!
다시 시작된 마녀사냥의 끝은?
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Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 6 - 6 out of 10 (1)

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January 23, 2017

This customer review refers to Socialphobia (DVD) (Korea Version)
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Down in the Trolldoms Customer Review Rated Bad 6 - 6 out of 10
Socialphobia concerns two police cadet students JiWoong (Byun Yo-han) and YongMin (JooSeung Lee) who with a number of social network friends become annoyed at the attitude of a blogger named ReNa (YoonKyeong Ha) and of her ‘cruel’ online remarks about the death of her ex soldier boyfriend. Angered and demanding an apology, Jiwoong and YongMin discover ReNa’s true name and address and, along with video blogger YangGe (JunYeol Ryu), nine miffed youths make their way to ReNa’s apartment to demand humble apologies - YangGe streaming the situation to all and sundry online and to ReNa herself. But entering ReNa’s apartment the nine are horrified to discover ReNa dead. Convinced of suicide JiWoong however begins to suspect ReNa’s death suspicious - so like wanna be detectives all seek out the truth about ReNa’s untimely demise.

In our modern world most humans are fastened to a some sort of digital screen, reaching into a cyber world of multi communications and options. Enriched by such, alas the age old spirit of enmity forever lurks within, and although mostly benign in many, can in a despondent and desperate few become evoked like a jealous possessive spirit - antipathy, channeled as negative mirrored empathy about self worth, victim hood and revenge. Solemn self mirrored identity. If a sports/pop star or student gets grief from on line trolls, then such poster is exposed by their peers as an ‘evil’ bad egg within social network sites, the occasional out come - the wolves come out to play. The worst case scenario is that sometimes people can lose their lives over inane and pointless things. In either opinionated perspectives, each are the mirror of the other and only ignorance prevails.

The plot of Socialphobia crucially mirrors a perpetual trend - that the ‘outsider’, ‘radical’ or ‘intelligent victim/oppressor’ is a problem to be solved. Or someone who is ‘different’ or fiercely opinionated. No doubt a collective of positive, loving creativity and true minded people can make a better world, but replicating the ‘evil oppressor’ ain’t the way to do compassion. Pot calling the kettle black in the social network age. But a society trapped by its good intentions (smart isn’t always smart) can puzzle certain people to antagonistic criticism that wheeled without self restraint can lead to obsessive and unfortunate repercussions.

SeokJae Hong’s decent movie brings attention to true self wider imagination, and not to knee jerk opinion at the latest fear.
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