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1% of Anything (2016) (DVD) (Ep. 1-16) (End) (Multi-audio) (English Subtitled) (Singapore Version)My Sassy Girl (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-16) (End) (Multi-audio) (English Subtitled) (SBS TV Drama) (Singapore Version)Days We Stared at the Sun II (2017) (DVD) (Ep.1-6) (End) (PTS TV Drama) (Taiwan Version)
  • 1% of Anything (2016) (DVD) (Ep. 1-16) (End) (Multi-audio) (English Subtitled) (Singapore Version) DVD Region All Ha Suk Jin (Actor) | Jeon So Min (Actor) | Park Jin Ju (Actor) | Ju Jin Mo (Actor)
    The 2003 classic romcom 1% of Anything comes to life in a new version! Directed by Kang Cheol Woo (Cheo Yong), the novel-based remake stars Ha Suk Jin (Drinking Solo) as a self-centered businessman who is forced into a contract engagement with a kind-hearted teacher played by Jeon So Min (Princess Aurora). The romcom also features Ju Jin Mo (Flowers of the Prison), Lee Kan Hee (Secret Love Affair), Park Jin Ju (A Girl Who Sees Smells) and I.B.I's Lee Hae In in her acting debut.

    After his grandfather's retirement, Lee Jae In (Ha Suk Jin) takes full charge of the family's hotel business. Despite his managerial competence, his grandfather isn't happy with Jae In's arrogance and bad temper. To teach his grandson a lesson, he changes his will and appoints elementary school teacher Kim Da Hyun (Jeon So Min), who helped him on a train, as the heir to his fortune. To acquire the assets, Jae In reluctantly starts dating Da Hyun despite their contrasting personalities.

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  • My Sassy Girl (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-16) (End) (Multi-audio) (English Subtitled) (SBS TV Drama) (Singapore Version) DVD Region All Joo Won (Actor) | Oh Yeon Seo (Actor) | Lee Jung Shin (CNBLUE) (Actor) | Kim Yoon Hye (Actor)
    The "Sassy Girl" trend continues 15 years after the 2001 smash hit My Sassy Girl with SBS's historical drama remake of the romantic classic. Yong Pal director Oh Jin Seok relocates the story to the Joseon era, with Joo Won starring as the period version of Kyun Woo and Oh Yeon Seo (Please Come Back, Mister) as a sassy princess. The television adaptation marks Joo Won's first costume drama and also his last drama before enlisting in military service. My Sassy Girl's cast also includes CNBLUE's Lee Jung Shin (Temptation), Kim Yoon Hye (Vampire Detective), Jung Da Bin (Flower of Prison), Son Chang Min (Pride and Prejudice) and Yoon Se Ah (Gu Family Book).

    Knowledgeable yet cold-hearted Kyun Woo (Joo Won) returns to Joseon after three years of study in Qing China. One night, he saves drunken princess Hye Myung (Oh Yeon Seo), who is in dispute with a cart driver. Growing suspicious that Kyun Woo stole her ring, Hye Myung forces him to help find the ring. Kyun Woo soon becomes the Prince's teacher, and discovers Hye Myung's real identity and the truth behind the deposition of her mother Queen Han.

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  • Days We Stared at the Sun II (2017) (DVD) (Ep.1-6) (End) (PTS TV Drama) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3 Yang Lieh (Actor) | Wu Chien He (Actor) | Song Bo Wei (Actor) | Doris Wang (Actor)
    In 2011, PTS's acclaimed coming-of-age mini-series Days We Stared at the Sun swept the top prizes at the 46th Golden Bell Awards. The troubled and explosive youths of yesteryear return in the highly anticipated 2017 sequel. Again directed by Cheng Yu Chieh, Days We Stared at the Sun 2 is set five years after the original series with stars Wu Chien He and Doris Wang reprising their roles. Touching on many hot-button issues that have affected Taiwan in recent years, the series shifts from the growing pains and generational clashes of the first series to the struggles of young people who are fighting against the system and finding their place in society.

    Working steadily towards her dream, A-Ding (Doris Wang) has found some success as an indie singer. Cheng Wei (Wu Chien He) is studying law and aspires to become a prosecutor. During a campus event, A-Ding encounters student activist Rong (Edison Song). Though his protest ruins her performance, she can't help seeing her late boyfriend Yuan in the rash and idealistic Rong. After meeting with the two of them, Cheng Wei joins Rong's left-wing club, the New Wave Society. Huang Qian (Iris Hu), an exchange student from Mainland China, also joins after picking up one of Rong's flyers. With the passing of the Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement, protests break out in Taiwan, and the members of the New Wave Society are swept into these tumultuous times.

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