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Misbehavior (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3

Kim Ha Neul (Actor) | Yoo In Young (Actor) | Lee Won Geun (Actor) | Lee Kyung Young (Actor)
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Jealousy stems from a fragile ego. Centering on an illicit teacher-student affair, Set Me Free director Kim Tae Yong's sophomore effort Misbehavior examines the human instincts of greed, jealousy, desire and possessiveness. Kim Ha Neul (Don't Forget Me) stars as a struggling part-time teacher trapped in a forbidden love triangle involving her flirtatious student and a fellow teacher played by Lee Won Geun (The Net) and Yoo In Young (Veteran), respectively. Premiering at the 2016 Hawaii International Film Festival, the psychological thriller assembles a promising lineup that also includes Lee Ki Woo (Time Renegade), Lee Hee Joon (Haemoo), Gi Ju Bong (Right Now, Wrong Then), Kwak Dong Yeon (Love in the Moonlight) in his movie debut, and Lee Kyung Young (Inside Men) in a cameo role.

Contract teacher Hyo Joo (Kim Ha Neul) has been seeking a tenured position. However, the school hires young teacher Hae Young (Yoo In Young), whose father is the school's board chairman, to fill the position. Hyo Joo discovers Hae Young is having an affair with student Jae Ha (Lee Won Geun), a charming dancer dreaming of studying at an arts university. She blackmails Hae Young into supporting her tenure by threatening to expose her relationship with Jae Ha. Consumed by jealousy, she decides to take Jae Ha away from Hae Young, but ends up getting embroiled in a messy love triangle.

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Product Title: Misbehavior (DVD) (Korea Version) 女教師 (DVD) (韓國版) 女教师 (DVD) (韩国版) 女教師 (DVD) (韓国版) 여교사 (DVD) (한국판)
Artist Name(s): Kim Ha Neul (Actor) | Yoo In Young (Actor) | Lee Won Geun (Actor) | Lee Kyung Young (Actor) | Gi Joo Bong (Actor) | Lee Ki Woo (Actor) | Jeong Seok Yong (Actor) | Lee Hee Joon (Actor) 金荷娜 (Actor) | 柳仁英 (Actor) | 李源根 (Actor) | 李璟榮 (Actor) | 奇周峰 (Actor) | 李 基宇 (Actor) | 鄭石勇 (Actor) | 李熙俊 (Actor) 金荷娜 (Actor) | 柳仁英 (Actor) | 李源根 (Actor) | 李璟荣 (Actor) | 奇周峰 (Actor) | 李 基宇 (Actor) | 郑石勇 (Actor) | 李熙俊 (Actor) キム・ハヌル (Actor) | イム・イニョン (Actor) | イ・ウォングン (Actor) | イ・キョンヨン (Actor) | Gi Joo Bong (Actor) | イ・ギウ (Actor) | チョン・ソギョン (Actor) | イ・ヒジュン (Actor) 김 하늘 (Actor) | 유인영 (Actor) | 이원근 (Actor) | 이 경영 (Actor) | 기주봉 (Actor) | 이기우 (Actor) | 정석용 (Actor) | 이희준 (Actor)
Director: Kim Tae Yong Kim Tae Yong Kim Tae Yong Kim Tae Yong 김태용
Release Date: 2017-07-24
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Korean
Country 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?
Rating: III
Publisher: Stone Music Entertainment (CJ E&M)
Other Information: 1-Disc
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1060883690

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여교사 (DVD) (한국판)

*Screen Format:2.35:1 아나몰픽 와이드스크린
*Sound Mix:한국어 돌비디지털 5.1
*Extras:
- 질투·파격, 그 현장
- 제작기
- 캐릭터영상
- 티저 예고편
- 파격 예고편
- 메인 예고편

*Director:김태용

- Commentary by 감독 김태용, 김하늘, 유인영, 이원근
- Special Feature : [질투·파격, 그 현장], [제작기], [캐릭터영상], 각종 [예고편]까지!

- 김하늘 인생 연기+김태용 감독의 파문의 이야기
- 김하늘의 격이 다른 파격+ 유인영의 도전, 이원근의 패기
- <친절한 금자씨><마더><화차><차이나타운>을 잇는 독보적인 캐릭터 등장
- <베테랑> 외유내강, <사도><히말라야> 톱 제작진 제작
- 압도하는 긴장감+아슬한 섹시함= 충격 서스펜스

우습지 않아?
너는 되고, 난 안 된다는 거
정말 안 되는 건지 끝까지 가보려고 가르쳐줄게... 내가 왜 이러는지
계약직 여교사 효주(김하늘)는 자기 차례인 정교사 자리를
치고 들어온 이사장 딸 혜영(유인영)이 몹시 거슬린다.
기억조차 없는데 학교 후배라며 다가와 살갑게 굴지만, 어딘가 불편한 느낌을 지울 수 없다.
그러다 우연히, 임시 담임이 된 반에서 눈여겨보던 무용특기생 재하(이원근)와
혜영의 관계를 알게 된다.
처음으로 이길 수 있는 패를 가진 것만 같은 효주는 다 가진 혜영에게서 단 하나 뺏으려 하는데…
“어젯밤, 체육관.
눈 감겠단 얘긴 안 했는데?”

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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 6 - 6 out of 10 (2)

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November 27, 2017

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Oh not to misinterprete... Customer Review Rated Bad 6 - 6 out of 10
At a boys school HyoJoo (Ha-nuel Kim), a molecular science teacher is requested as a replacement tutor due to a colleague’s maternity leave. Despondent that added work time could strain her already difficult home life, reluctantly obliges to the job. But then a young spirited chemistry teacher HaeYoung (In-young Yoo) swoops into the scene taking charge of HyoJoo’s main tenured teaching post. HaeYoung being the daughter of the school’s board chairman (Geung-young Lee), then puts uncertainty onto HyoJoo’s future career. Due to late working hours HyoJoo’s lazy writer boyfriend (suffering F Scott Fitzgerald’s Anthony Patch syndrome) waits for HyoJoo to return home to prepare his meals. By dispassionate cold reserve and constant friction HyoJoo is left alone when her boyfriend decides to end their ten year relationship. Bitterly aggrieved HyoJoo then discovers in a school room Haeyoung in a sexual relationship with her class student JaeHa (Won-guen Lee), who studies professional ballet. With calculated action HyoJoo scolds HaeYoung about the tryst and warns she’ll not reveal her fatal wrongdoing as long as HaeYoung helps ensure HyoJoo’s future career. But HyoJoo, due to relationship woes and life’s refuting antipathy, finds herself impassioned by the young dancer JaeHa, as she promotes his dance training.

‘Misbehaviour’ is a volatile arena parading the acts of the wrongdoer. Unable to reign in reason over desire two school tutors, harbouring conflicting desires, covertly compete ambitiously over the handsome student JaeHa. But although HyoJoo, a frustrated tutor with quiet apathetic desperation falls into a desirous trap with a student, the plot from the onset emphasises a human’s fatalistic worth seeming chipped away along the story progression. HyoJoo’s ten year home life with her boyfriend hits the rocks, she’s reluctantly forced to take on a temp replacement teaching position and by HaeYoung, being the daughter of the school’s board chairman (visually bringing to mind Miraculous Ladybug’s Gabriel Agreste and RE Degeneration’s Frederic Downing), is coaxed by work colleagues to ‘butter up’ to HaeYoung as a means to solidify her unpredictable teaching job. However, HyoJoo despises such condescension of self-effacing flattery. On the surface, HyoJoo seems quietly amenable with surrounding acts of inconsideration from HaeJoo, her boyfriend and even JaeHa as the plot thickens. But its logical to sense the peculating anger beneath her exterior self management.
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the good and bad behaviour Customer Review Rated Bad 6 - 6 out of 10
HyoJoo harbours incensed depths that quickly surface at the slightest negativity, that culminates into a final treacherous act. HyoJoo is certainly no mere victim to circumstance; in her private world everybody seems hell bent on shaming themselves, being dishonourable and imprudent. But her decision to mirror the wrong around her, due to her anger at fatalistic misgivings, just drags HyoJoo into further error. Although deplorable logic the latter part of HaeYoung and JaeHa both display negatively contrasting, capricious and frivolous attitudes are so difficult to realistically accept in the circumstances, makes the ending seem too scripted. Almost pitched to provoke a potboiler ending. Unless meant to pander to dark sensibilities or to over concern trivial situations of ‘real relations’ that have no relation to the horror here.

Plato’s Socrates is famous for a rational argument that the wrongdoer is worse off than the wronged, and only an ignorant person would do wrong, not one with knowledge of good (to peruse this is Plato’s ‘Gorgias’). In Misbehaviour the wrongdoer fractures into three. And if according to Socrates one who is wrong (in the soul) should seek punishment from Justice like a sick man of the body would a doctor (I have uncertainties about such rational though) such ‘punishment’ could be deemed meaningless if this were the case by Misbehaviour’s close. Of course the wrong here is not metered by Justice. But the question here, is it the playful contact to sexuality that is the source of the evil? Or most likely ignorance and indignant jealousy? Socrates apparently had an erotic tryst with an Athenian politician Alcibiades, but refuted passion for his love of wisdom (Philosophy - PhiloSophia). Where knowledge of what is good is better in the long run, not pleasures, power or prestige feeding ‘good’. Here maybe persuasion (or suggestion) cajoles a sort of mock puritanical convention that bad people molester a young ‘vulnerable’ student. But who is wrong? Is it Miss Behaviour, Mr Behaviour or maybe Master Behaviour, as an orchestra is lead by a conductor, a ships crew by a captain and a movie by a director? And what is truth of passion? The Incarnation of Sexuality might answer.

Ha-neul had reservations about her role as HyoJoo, but the movie is a good source for discussion. But ‘good’ by HyoJoo’s inner imprisonment? A victim suffers infinitely until reasoning knowledge instead of ignorance.
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