Little Forest (2018) (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
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Burned out by life in Seoul, Hye Won (Kim Tae Ri) returns to her rural hometown to clear her mind. Surrounded by nature and not much else, she grows her own food and creates various delicious dishes with seasonal ingredients. Supported by her friend Jae Ha (Ryu Jun Yeol) and Eun Sook (Jin Ki Joo), she gradually heals her troubled heart and the unresolved pain of her mother's abandonment.
This edition includes audio commentary, producer video, recipe video, the story of Ogu, keyword talk and trailers.
|Product Title:||Little Forest (2018) (DVD) (Korea Version) Little Forest (2018) (DVD) (韓國版) Little Forest (2018) (DVD) (韩国版) リトル・フォレスト (2018) (DVD) (韓国版) 리틀 포레스트 (DVD) (한국판)|
|Also known as:||森之廚房 / 小森林 森之厨房 / 小森林|
|Artist Name(s):||Kim Tae Ri (Actor) | Ryu Jun Yeol (Actor) | Moon So Ri (Actor) | Jin Ki Joo (Actor) 金泰梨 (Actor) | 柳俊烈 (Actor) | 文 素利 (Actor) | Jin Ki Joo (Actor) 金泰梨 (Actor) | 柳俊烈 (Actor) | 文 素利 (Actor) | Jin Ki Joo (Actor) キム・テリ (Actor) | リュ・ジュンヨル (Actor) | ムン・ソリ (Actor) | Jin Ki Joo (Actor) 김태리 (Actor) | 류준열 (Actor) | 문 소리 (Actor) | Jin Ki Joo (Actor)|
|Director:||Lim Soon Rye 任順禮 任顺礼 イム・スンレ 임순례|
|Country 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.:||1071362064|
*Sound mix:한국어 돌비디지털 5.1
*Screen format:2.35:1 아나몰픽 와이드스크린
Commentary by 임순례 감독, 김태리, 류준열, 진기주
- 제작기 영상
- 레시피 영상
- 오구의 현장 이야기
- 키워드 토크
- 티저 예고편
- 메인 예고편
Commentary by 임순례 감독, 김태리, 류준열, 진기주
4번의 크랭크인과 4번의 크랭크업으로 사계절을 모두 담다
지금을 살아가는 사람들에게 휴식을 선물하다!
김태리, 류준열, 진기주가 선사하는 건강하고 싱그러운 에너지
충무로에서 가장 핫한 배우들의 역대급 조합!
다수의 수상 경력을 보유한 인기 만화가 이가라시 다이스케의 [리틀 포레스트]
한국만의 감성으로 새롭게 태어나다!
“잠시 쉬어가도, 달라도, 평범해도 괜찮아!
모든 것이 괜찮은 청춘들의 아주 특별한 사계절 이야기”
시험, 연애, 취업… 뭐하나 뜻대로 되지 않는 일상을 잠시 멈추고
고향으로 돌아온 혜원은 오랜 친구인 재하와 은숙을 만난다
남들과는 다른, 자신만의 삶을 살기 위해 고향으로 돌아온 ‘재하’,
평범한 일상에서의 일탈을 꿈꾸는 ‘은숙’과 함께
직접 키운 농작물로 한끼 한끼를 만들어 먹으며
겨울에서 봄, 그리고 여름, 가을을 보내고 다시 겨울을 맞이하게 된 혜원.
그렇게 특별한 사계절을 보내며 고향으로 돌아온 진짜 이유를 깨닫게 된 혜원은
새로운 봄을 맞이하기 위한 첫 발을 내딛는데…
Other Versions of "Little Forest (2018) (DVD) (Korea Version)"
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- Little Forest (Blu-ray) (Full Slip + Continuity Book + Photobook + Photo Card) (First Press Limited Edition B) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
- Available on 2019-04-18
- Little Forest (Blu-ray) (Full Slip + Scenario Book + Photobook + Photo Card) (First Press Limited Edition A) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
- Available on 2019-04-18
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January 29, 2019
Since I really enjoyed the Japanese film adaptation of Igarashi Daisuke's manga Little Forest, I was quite curious about how the 2018 Korean adaptation would turn out, especially with Lim Soon Rye directing and Kim Tae Ri in the leading role. Though the Korean film doesn't bring any new surprises for those already familiar with the manga or the Japanese film, the charming, calming recipe of beautiful nature and scrumptious food holds up well for a second course of cinematic comfort food. Apart from the different setting, Lim's take on the story of a young woman living and cooking in the countryside does strike a subtly different tone that sets it apart from the Japanese version.
Shot at a village in Gyeongbuk, the Korean adaptation of Little Forest – like the Japanese adaptation – unfolds over four seasons, bringing different beautiful sceneries and delicious foods in each chapter. Kim Tae Ri of The Handmaiden fame is heroine Hye Won, who moves back to her remote rural hometown in the winter after failing her teacher certification exam in Seoul. Though she insists that the move is temporary, she actually has no idea how long she's staying or what her plans for the future are. While she takes refuge from the outside world, she gradually faces her inner anxieties and conflicts, including her feelings about her mother who suddenly left home one day to go live her own life. Over the four seasons of the year, Hye Won returns to a simpler life of growing and gathering ingredients from nature and recalling her mother's recipes to make mouth-watering dishes from scratch.
Hye Won's process of preparing different dishes is narrated and shot straight on so audiences can pick up recipes if desired. However, the cooking is generally less expository and more organically integrated in this film than in the Japanese film, which set apart the steps very clearly in visual presentation and narration. Perhaps partly because of the shorter length, the Korean film is not as detailed with the cooking and farming aspects in comparison to Mori Junichi's two-film adaptation.
Lim Soon Rye's Little Forest focuses more on the emotional ups and downs of the characters. In the Japanese adaptation, the reticent heroine played by Hashimoto Ai remains unreadable for much of the film, her inner turmoil hidden under a quiet storm. The Korean adaptation, while still quiet, is brighter, warmer and livelier. With Kim Tae Ri's expressive performance to match, the protagonist's confusions and frustrations regarding her mother and this transitional point of her life are more clearly conveyed. The film's depiction of Hye Won's relationship and interactions with her mother, in particular, brims with the warmth and resentment of family. As her childhood friends, Ryu Jun Yeol and Jin Ki Joo also leave deeper impressions with stronger characters and stories. Even in a relatively mild offering like this, Lim Soon Rye shows her strength in bringing out different aspects of the human condition.