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Monstar (DVD) (End) (Multi-audio) (English Subtitled) (tvN Drama) (Malaysia Version) DVD Region All

Yong Jun Hyung (Actor) | Ha Yeon Soo (Actor) | Kang Ha Neul (Actor) | Lee Hee Jin
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From the director of Sungkyunkwan Scandal, Mnet/tvN series Monstar offers a music-themed look at high school that endearingly captures the friendship, romance, rivalries, dreams, insecurities and awkwardness of youth. BEAST's Yong Jun Hyung makes his acting debut in the leading role of Yoon Seol Chan, the lead vocalist of the top boy band Men in Black. After causing trouble with his bad temper, the misunderstood hero is placed on probation and sent back to school, where he meets a quirky girl (breakout newcomer actress Ha Yeon Soo) who crushes his ego and flutters his heart. Together with a ragtag group of fellow misfits and outcasts, they form the underdog school band Color Bar and gradually open up to friendship and the changes and challenges of adolescence.

Up-and-coming actor Kang Ha Neul (Heirs), GLAM's Da Hee, Kim Min Young, Park Kyu Sun and Kang Eui Sik make up the rest of Color Bar, while Lee Hee Jin (Medical Top Team) and Ahn Nae Sang (Sungkyunkwan Scandal) co-star as their reluctant mentors. Monstar also features cameo appearances from After School's Joo Yeon, Thai singer Natthew, No Min Woo, 4Minute's Ji Hyun, as well as BTOB members Lee Min Hyuk, Im Hyun Sik, Lee Chang Sub and Yook Sung Jae who play Seol Chan's Men in Black bandmates.

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Product Title: Monstar (DVD) (End) (Multi-audio) (English Subtitled) (tvN Drama) (Malaysia Version) Monstar (DVD) (完) (韓/國語配音) (中英文字幕) (tvN劇集) (馬來西亞版) Monstar (DVD) (完) (韩/国语配音) (中英文字幕) (tvN剧集) (马来西亚版) モンスター (DVD) (完) (韓/北京語吹替え) (中英文字幕) (tvNドラマ) (マレーシア版) 몬스타
Artist Name(s): Yong Jun Hyung (Actor) | Ha Yeon Soo (Actor) | Kang Ha Neul (Actor) | Lee Hee Jin | Ahn Nae Sang | Kim San Ho | BTOB | Lee Joo Yeon | Jo Jae Yoon | Yoon Jong Hoon 龍俊亨 (Actor) | 河妍秀 (Actor) | 姜河那 (Actor) | 李喜真 | 安內相 | Kim San Ho | BTOB | 李周妍 (After School) | Jo Jae Yoon | Yoon Jong Hoon 龙俊亨 (Actor) | 河妍秀 (Actor) | 姜河那 (Actor) | 李喜真 | 安内相 | Kim San Ho | BTOB | Lee Joo Yeon | Jo Jae Yoon | Yoon Jong Hoon ヨン・ジュンヒョン (Actor) | ハ・ヨンス(Muse) (Actor) | カン・ハヌル (Actor) | Lee Hee Jin | アン・ネサン | Kim San Ho | BTOB(ビートゥービー) | Lee Joo Yeon | チョ・ジェユン | ユン・ジョンフン 용준형 (하이라이트) (Actor) | 하연수 (Actor) | 강하늘 (Actor) | Lee Hee Jin | 안내상 | 김산호 | 비투비 | 주연 | 조재윤 | 윤종훈
Release Date: 2014-02-24
Language: Korean, Mandarin
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Malay
Country of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: All Region What is it?
Publisher: PMP Entertainment (M) SDN. BHD.
Other Information: 4 DVDs (Ep.1-16)
Package Weight: 220 (g)
Shipment Unit: 2 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1035214682

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Oh my Goodness! My classmate is a boy band star!

Yoon Seol-chan (Yong Joon-hyung), a member of Korea's most popular K-pop boy band “MAN IN BLACK”, is lashes out and provoked into pushing at his crazy fans, and when that goes viral, his reputation plummets. As damage control, his agency tells him to quietly attend school for a while. Meanwhile, Min Se-yi (Ha Yeon-soo), a new transfer student from New Zealand, draws attention in the school for both her talent and oddness. Misunderstandings have occurred between them and their classmates. In true coming-of-age fashion, this exiled group of students discovers the connections that bind them together: music and friendship; which also help them to overcome the obstacles and realize their dreams.
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March 31, 2014

The awkward etudes of youth
2013 was a good year for Korean school dramas. Besides the breakout hit School 2013 and the underrated Queen's Classroom, Mnet and tvN created a small but pleasant surprise in Monstar.

Monstar was pitched as a music drama with BEAST's Yong Jun Hyung making his acting debut as an ill-tempered teen idol who gets sent back to his performing arts high school for image rehabilitation. He reluctantly falls for a quirky transfer student (Ha Yeon Soo) from New Zealand who somehow doesn't know who he is. Then he grudgingly forms a band with some other misfits and loners in the class to challenge the cocky popular kids of the orchestra (yes, the orchestra). Fighting and bullying are followed by daydreaming and reconciling, and then everyone hangs out in Ahn Nae Sang's basement to make music and sing songs that are usually cheesy but totally catchy and genre-appropriate.

Most of the singing is during practices and performances, but the drama breaks out into musical mode here and there in fantasy sequences and classroom singing. One of the most memorable and touching scenes in the drama is when bullied student Radio (Kang Eui Sik) sings a song of his despair in class. The newly arranged remakes of well-known pop songs also make for fun listens.

Monstar's story seems to progress in strangely clumsy manner, considering the experience of director Kim Won Suk (Sungkyunkwan Scandal) and writer Jung Yoon Jung (Arang and the Magistrate), but that clumsiness soon becomes a part of the characters' world and the drama's identity. Basically, Monstar gets one very integral part of youth and high school right: the awkwardness. The cast is a bit raw, the pacing is a bit slow, the script is a bit stilted and it just all feels a bit like adolescence. The process in which the core circle of friends eagerly and/or reluctantly befriend each other while beating around the bush with angsty crushes, secrets and insecurities succinctly captures the stubborn earnestness and cringing awkwardness of teenage relationships and high school dynamics.

Monstar is built on empathetic characters and slice-of-school interactions with some music thrown in. Less forgiving audiences may rightfully note that the story doesn't go anywhere, but the open conflicts and resolutions do stay true to the drama's small momentary world of youth. Monstar is one of the most awkward Korean dramas I've ever seen, and I mean that as a compliment.

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