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My Wife Got Married (DVD) (3-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition ) (Korea Version)
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After the spouse swapping of his 2007 hit Love Now, director Jung Yoon Soo takes modern marriage to the next level of infidelity - bigamy! - in the blockbuster romantic comedy My Wife Got Married. Adapted from Park Hyun Wook's best-selling novel, My Wife Got Married turns the tables on a male-oriented society with the story of a strong, sassy, and seductive woman juggling two marriages. Top actress Son Ye Jin (Open City) turns on the charms as the willful wife who wants the best of both worlds. The two lucky men in her life are rising star Joo Sang Wook (Three Dads, One Mom) and popular actor Kim Joo Hyuk (Love Me Not), playing against type as the passive husband who doesn't quite know what hit him.

In Ah (Son Ye Jin) is a beautiful and independent-minded woman who isn't really suited for marriage, but she eventually walks down the altar with pure-hearted and lovestruck Deok Hoon (Kim Joo Hyuk). Deok Hoon loves In Ah with all his heart, but then one day she tells him she's getting married to another man (Joo Sang Wook). But she's going to stay married to Deok Hoon as well, because she loves them equally!

This 3-Disc Limited Edition comes with the CD Soundtrack and the following special features:

  • Kick-off: Pre-Production
  • Halftime: Making Of
  • Second Half: Music Selection & Deleted Scenes
  • Overtime: Poster Making, Press Conference, Character Featurette, Music Video
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    Product Title: My Wife Got Married (DVD) (3-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition ) (Korea Version) My Wife Got Married (DVD) (3碟裝) (初回限量版) (韓國版) My Wife Got Married (DVD) (3碟装) (初回限量版) (韩国版) 妻が結婚した (3枚組初回限定版) (韓国版) 아내가 결혼했다 (DVD) (3디스크) (초회 한정판) (한국판)
    Also known as: 妻子結婚了 妻子结婚了
    Artist Name(s): Son Ye Jin | Kim Joo Hyuk | Joo Sang Wook 孫 藝珍 | 金柱赫 | 朱相旭 孙 艺珍 | 金柱赫 | 朱相旭 ソン・イェジン | キム・ジュヒョク | チュ・サンウク 손 예진 | 김주혁 | 주상욱
    Director: Jeong Yun Su 全潤秀 全润秀 チョン・ユンス 정윤수
    Release Date: 2009-02-26
    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: Planis
    Other Information: 3 Discs
    Shipment Unit: 2 What is it?
    YesAsia Catalog No.: 1014402677

    Product Information

    아내가 결혼했다 (DVD) (3디스크) (초회 한정판) (한국판)

    * Screen Format : Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35:1, NTSC
    * Sound Mix : DTS & Dolby Digital 5.1, 2.0
    * 구성 : Disc1(본편) Disc2(스페셜 피쳐) Disc3(OST)
    * Extras :
    - 프리 프로덕션
    - 캐릭터 라이징
    - 메이킹 다큐멘터리
    - 뮤직 셀렉션
    - 엘클라시코 더비
    - 삭제장면
    - 프로모션

    Sound Track List
    01 . Foolish Blues
    02 . Love Is Cruel
    03 . Why Not?
    04 . Don't Think Twice It's All Right
    05 . Foolish Blues (Instrumental)
    06 . Don't Think Tiwce It's All Right (Instrumental)
    07 . Volare (Guitar Instrumental)
    08 . Daughter's Name
    09 . Confused
    10 . Volare {Choir Version)
    11 . Cucurucucu Paloma
    12 . Divorce Resolution
    13 . Symbol Of Leaf (Episode 1)
    14 . Again {Episode 2}
    15 . Double (Episode 3)

    * Director : 정윤수

    어떻게 평생 한 사람만 사랑할 수 있어??.... 당신은 자신 있습니까? 평생 한 사람만 사랑할 자신?

    귀여운 외모, 넘치는 애교, 헌책을 사랑하는 지적인 면모와 남자 못지 않은 축구에 대한 지식과 열정을 가지고 있는 인아(손예진). 말까지 척척 잘 통화는 그녀를 만날수록 덕훈(김주혁)은 보통 여자와 다른 그녀의 특별한 매력에 점점 빠져든다. 그러나 평생 그녀만을 사랑하고픈 덕훈과는 달리, 덕훈을 사랑하지만 그 ‘만’을 사랑하는 것은 아니며, 사랑하는 사람 ‘들’과 사랑하며 살고 싶다는 그녀…

    그녀의 핸드폰이 꺼져있던 어느 날, 불안함에 폭발하여 따져 묻는 덕훈에게 인아는 다른 남자와 잤다는 충격적인 고백을 한다. 홧김에 이별을 선언하지만, 잊으려 해도 잊을 수 없고, 커져만 가는 그녀에 대한 마음에 괴로운 덕훈, 오랜 고민 끝에 내린 결론은 결혼이었다.

    끈질긴 구애 끝에 덕훈은 인아와의 결혼에 성공한다다. 단, 그녀의 자유로운 연애를 받아들이는 조건으로.. 그러던 어느 날 덕훈에게 찾아온 인아의 충격 선언. 사랑하는 남자가 생겼다는 인아는 그 놈과도 결혼을 또 하겠다는 상상도 못할 제안을 한다. 과연 그 놈을 무찌를 것인가? 그녀를 포기할 것인가? 아니면.. 그녀의 반만이라도 가질 것인가?!
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    Professional Review of "My Wife Got Married (DVD) (3-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition ) (Korea Version)"

    June 25, 2009

    This professional review refers to My Wife Got Married (DVD) (2-Disc) (Korea Version)
    I wonder if the creative team behind My Wife Got Married sat around a desk and talked about the tired clichés of infidelity movies when they decided to one-up them and make a film about polygamy. In a paternal society like Korea's where adultery is still illegal, a film about a woman who ends up having two husbands can be a commercial gamble or a gimmicky jackpot. Lucky for director Jeong Yoon-Soo, he found the sexy Son Ye-Jin to play the role of the wife. And lucky for Son Ye-Jin, she finally landed a role that convincingly plays up her increasingly mature and sexy image after her last attempt resulted in the horrid Open City. However, the luckiest of all may be the audience, who could have gotten an irritatingly overblown farce out of the premise and instead get a mature and often charming romantic comedy-drama instead.

    In addition to the idea of a polygamist wife, perhaps the biggest surprise of Jeong's film is its male-centric view, which exists despite the presence of female screenwriter Song Hye-Jin. Told completely from a male point of view, My Wife Got Married follows Deok-Hoon (Kim Joo-Hyeok) as he is reunited with In-Ah (Son Ye-Jin) in the subway. The two were briefly co-workers, with In-Ah constantly the center of attention among the male employees, as well as the object of Deok-Hoon's secret adoration. The two hit it off immediately thanks to their shared love of soccer, and despite liking opposing teams they quickly become a happy couple.

    At least that's until Deok-Hoon finds out about In-Ah's busy nightlife and inability to commit to just one partner. Determined to get her out of it, Deok-Hoon cooks up a scheme to get In-Ah to marry him in hopes that she will settle down with him and him alone. The plan does eventually work, as In-Ah finally breaks down and agrees to marry Deok-Hoon. However, after a period of happy marriage, In-Ah goes off to another town for work and encounters another man - and now she wants to marry him too. Not wanting to lose In-Ah since he got to her first, Deok-Hoon is not about to back off and let his wife go to the arms of another man, so he can only begrudgingly accept the arrangement.

    And so begins a complicated emotional triangle, as Deok-Hoon moves between being possessive, jealous, and tolerant through the second half of the film. However, the film consistently follows only Deok-Hoon's point of view, so the audience only gets to see the outsider's view on polygamy without ever understanding it. Screenwriter Song fails to take In-Ah's point of view and explore the character's motivations, simplifying her into a seductress who only seems to be stringing both her men along for her own gratification. As a result, the polygamy only feels like a gimmick to show Deok-Hoon's extreme emotions rather than an exploration of a worthy subject.

    Nevertheless, the film does take a fairly mature approach to the idea without ever becoming too serious. The film has a sexy, breezy charm that surprises with its ability to always steer away just when things begin to get ugly. Jeong never reaches for broad comedy, and usually gets by with a chuckle. As a result, the dramatic and the comedic events find an even balance, with the switch to serious moments rarely feeling abrupt. Thanks to its events-driven structure, the film also moves at a steady pace that keeps it briskly entertaining. However, it's that brisk, breezy approach that prevents the film from reaching a satisfying ending. Even though it's conclusive in that it seems to do away with all the hanging threads of the story, the ending feels too simple for its complex subject.

    Despite its complex subject, the story of My Wife Got Married is actually quite thin once all the events are broken down to a basic structure. The screenplay seems to follow the structure of the original novel, devoting time to how the little events change the course of the story, though not exactly the characters. As a result, the actors have to rely on their chemistry and their respective performances to make themselves relevant. In that respect, the two stars play a huge part in the charm of the film. While Son Ye-Jin does all she can, giving off considerable screen presence with her relatively thin character, the film really hinges on Kim Joo-Hyeok as the film's protagonist. Kim's role is a rare one in commercial romantic comedies, in that it's the male role that goes through the emotional roller coaster, and Kim adapts to his demanding role well. Shedding the superficial mature playboy vibe of his previous role in Love Me Not, Kim adapts a far more suitable everyday man look in My Wife Got Married. He's an instantly likeable and relatable leading man, even though the character can indulge in some pretty unlikeable actions.

    My Wife Got Married is immensely successful as an entertaining commercial romantic comedy, but the filmmakers are so focused on telling a story about its characters that it forgets to take full advantage of its thematic concept. It asks complex questions, but its answers are too straightforward and too simple, even if it does so without resorting to tired clichés. As a result, My Wife Got Married doesn't leave the emotional impact it should have or provoke the audience in a way they would remember. Nevertheless, that doesn't take away from what's there already - and what's there is certainly more than enough.

    By Kevin Ma

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    Customer Review of "My Wife Got Married (DVD) (3-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition ) (Korea Version)"

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

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    July 2, 2009

    1 people found this review helpful

    Marriage Score - Husband 1 v Wife 2 Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
    Ye Jin Son and Ju-hyuk Kim’s DVD poster certainly bring ‘fun’ and frolics to mind. Extra material issues, too, concerning In Ah’s need to marry two fellas and not feel seriously tied down by Deok Hoon’s claustrophobic love. But mainly all of this is what you see on the tin. A Screwball Comedy (in fact quite the operative word...cough..comedy I mean), and an update of a 1930s Clark Gable and Carole Lombard Hollywood movie. Separated In Ah and Deok Hoon meet up on a tube train and have dinner together. They talk about their soccer mad love for Real Madrid and Barcelona, but Deok Hoon’s only concern is for them to get back together again. They do and even get married, after In Ah gives Deok Hoon a ‘yellow card’ second chance due to his mistrustful and paranoid jealousy. But In Ah not being satisfied with one man alone, drops a Big Amy foul when she tells DH she also wants to marry a young man she’d been dating after work hours, who she feels more suited to her. Deok Hoon shocked at having the goal posts of his marriage whipped away, is rather confused and frustratingly annoyed. (Where’s the referee when he needed one!)

    Both are mad soccer fans and this footy theme becomes the icebreaker element over their roller coaster relationship, bringing in scores of puns and metaphors. Being an adult movie, there are some hot bits. But bed scenes are cleverly edited with out of camera shots to tame the sex somewhat. But the dialogue is very explicit when concerning DH’s sexual fantasies and IA’s associated word sex. Although a kooky comedy there are some serious scenarios mid way, especially when Deok Hoon’s jealousy gets the better of him. But even this one hard hitting part as the ice soon broken when In Ah follows Deok Hoon home and lets the fantasy he had always dreamed about. Maybe not the easiest of characters to appreciate, but amidst some droll comedy, plenty of football moments (and metaphors), a well scripted plot, featuring two of the nicest and skilled actors in Ye Jin Son and Ju-hyuk Kim, firmly makes this a film to see. Ye Jin is back in “The Art of Seduction” mode, but beneath her visceral attitude she’s quite a palatable caricature not to take too seriously. Ye Jin is beautiful too. She thinks she isn’t (really YJ!), but how many guys have walked into lampposts looking at her advertisement posters around Seoul? DVD presently deleted (sorry to say) – but when a version is available again, do get this well made film.
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    March 23, 2009

    2 people found this review helpful

    Execellent Film....crummy message. Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
    The acting and writing in this film was quite brilliant. I mean Son Ye Jin really did deserve heer Best Actress Award, however the over all message was not a nice one. Basically the film is about a man(Kim Joo Hyuk) who falls in love with a supposed free spirit woman (Son Ye Jin) she quickly tells him that she loves him, but that sh is not his. And this leads to the films title My Wife Got Married and basically you can follow the plot from there.

    Maybe I am not getting it, but I felt that movies message about women's choices and their freedom is warped into this heavy and bizarrely twisted supposed romantic dramadey. Their were a couple of laughs but I found it more serious then funny.

    Overall it was well worth the purchase, even though I don't really agree with message it was a pretty well paced and well written film. I love all the actors and even though I felt like screaming at their choices it did keep me glued to the screen and not shut it off. Well made with an excellent soundtrack

    Definatly for adults not for kids.
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