One Spring Night (DVD) (6-Disc) (MBC TV Drama) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
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Librarian Lee Jung In (Han Ji Min) has been in a long-term relationship with boyfriend Kwon Ki Seok (Kim Joon Han), but she still feels hesitant about marriage. One morning, she goes to a pharmacy for a hangover cure and encounters kind and considerate pharmacist Yoo Ji Ho (Jung Hae In). The two quickly feel something for each other, but Jung In cannot accept his confession as she is not single. She begins to have doubts about her relationship and considers embracing a new love that brings her happiness.
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|Product Title:||One Spring Night (DVD) (6-Disc) (MBC TV Drama) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version) 春夜 (DVD) (6碟裝) (普通版) (MBC劇集) (韓國版) 春夜 (DVD) (6碟装) (普通版) (MBC剧集) (韩国版) One Spring Night (DVD) (6-Disc) (MBC TV Drama) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version) 봄밤 (6DVD) (MBC TV 드라마) (일반판) (한국판)|
|Artist Name(s):||Han Ji Min (Actor) | Jung Hae In (Actor) | Kim Chang Wan (Actor) | Lim Seong Eon (Actor) | Lee Moo Saeng | Lee Sang Hee (Actor) | Seo Jung Yeon (Actor) | Kim Joon Han (Actor) | Joo Min Kyung (Actor) 韓智敏 (Actor) | 丁海寅 (Actor) | 金滄元 (Actor) | Lim Seong Eon (Actor) | Lee Moo Saeng | Lee Sang Hee (Actor) | 徐 正妍 (Actor) | Kim Joon Han (Actor) | Joo Min Kyung (Actor) 韩智敏 (Actor) | 丁海寅 (Actor) | 金沧元 (Actor) | Lim Seong Eon (Actor) | Lee Moo Saeng | Lee Sang Hee (Actor) | 徐 正妍 (Actor) | Kim Joon Han (Actor) | Joo Min Kyung (Actor) ハン・ジミン (Actor) | Jung Hae In (Actor) | キム・チャンワン (Actor) | Lim Seong Eon (Actor) | イ・ムセン | Lee Sang Hee (Actor) | Seo Jung Yeon (Actor) | Kim Joon Han (Actor) | Joo Min Kyung (Actor) 한지민 (Actor) | 정해인 (Actor) | 김창완 (Actor) | 임성언 (Actor) | 이무생 | 이상희 (Actor) | 서 정연 (Actor) | 김준한 (Actor) | 주민경 (Actor)|
|Director:||Ahn Pan Suk Ahn Pan Suk Ahn Pan Suk Ahn Pan Suk 안판석|
|Place 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?|
|Package Weight:||430 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||3 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1078159352|
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구성은 6disc + 킵케이스 + 아웃케이스 + 엽서3종입니다.
봄밤은 알고 있다.
당신이 사랑에 빠지리라는 것을.
진취적인 30대 여성이 오랜 연인과 서로의 관계를 되돌아보며
새롭게 찾아온 사랑에 대한 감정을 깨닫는 과정을 그린 작품.
여주인공. 35세. 도서관에서 사서로 근무하고 있다. 자신이 원하는 삶을 사는 것에 가장 큰 가치를 뒀다. 자매들 간의 애정이 두텁다.
한 살 터울의 언니와는 말하지 않아도 통하는 사이다. 오랜 연인인 기석과의 결혼 얘기가 시작되자, 서로의 관계를 되짚어 보게 된다.
자신이 꿈꾸어 왔던 사랑을 하고 있는 것인지, 그 사랑은 과연 옳은 것인지, 선택한다면 후회하지 않을 것인지, 다시 들여다보려 한다.
남주인공. 35세. 약사로 근무하고 있다. 따뜻하고 강직하다. 부모 속 한 번 썩이지 않은 소위, 없는 자식처럼 컸다.
그러다 대학 때 만난 여자 친구와의 문제로 인생의 소용돌이를 맞았다.
자책과 상실감으로 체념한 채 살아오던 중에, 정인을 만나면서 잊고 살던 모든 감정들이 되살아난다.
제어하기 위해 노력하지만 불가능하다는것 또한 이미 알고 있다.
서브 남주인공. 38세. 은행 본사 심사팀 과장이자 이정인의 연인이다. 자신감과 자만 사이에 아슬아슬하게 걸쳐 있다.
부유한 집안 배경을 지녔지만, 빌미 삼아 힘자랑하는 유치함은 없다. 빠른 머리와 적절한 승부욕으로 직장에서의 입지도 괜찮다.
정인과의 관계에 균열이 생기기 시작했고, 예사롭지 않다는 것을 일찍이 감지하지만, 충분히 극복할 것이라 믿고 있다.
이후 정인이 일방적으로 이별을 통보했음에도 불구하고, 맘대로 불러내서 프러포즈를 했다.
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October 23, 2019
Last year, Ahn Pan Suk applied the moody, atmospheric filter of Secret Love Affair and Heard It Through the Grapevine to a more conventionally scripted and naturalistic romance drama, and created the sweet hit Something in the Rain. This year, he improves on the warm and stirring formula with the similar yet different One Spring Night.
One Spring Night employs the same screenwriter (Kim Eun), the same leading man (Jung Hae In) and similar music and aesthetics as Something in the Rain, together forming companion pieces about modern love. This time, Jung Hae In plays neighborhood pharmacist Yoo Ji Ho, who carries scars and insecurities about his past relationship and current status as a single father. He has no interest in starting another relationship until he falls for Han Ji Min's prickly librarian Lee Jung In, who shows up at his pharmacy one morning looking for a hangover cure. However, she's already in a stagnant long-term relationship. The two recognize early on that they can't go further than friendship, but they're increasingly drawn to each other, and the possibility of love and change.
One Spring Night seems to push back against the things that frustrated viewers about Something in the Rain. While Rain's heroine Yoon Jin Ah is often a pushover, Lee Jung In is anything but. She may be occasionally short-tempered, indecisive, selfish, hard-headed and inconsiderate – but she's always self-aware and speaks her mind. She doesn't back down against parental disapproval and conservative mindsets, and has no trouble putting her father or her boyfriend's father in their places. Instead, it's Ji Ho who struggles with feelings of uncertainty and unworthiness, and Jung In who motivates and strengthens him while expanding her own capacity to love. For both Ji Ho and Jung In, acknowledging their desire to be together, however inappropriate the timing and circumstances may be in the eyes of others, is also validating their own right to be happy as they are.
In another satisfying character flip, Gil Hae Hyun, who played the unreasonable parent of K-Drama nightmares in Something in the Rain, is a caring mother to Jung In and her two sisters in One Spring Night. The close bond and understanding between the women of Jung In's family is one of the best parts about this drama. And the most gut-wrenching are the moments when oldest sister Seo In (Lim Seong Eon) reveals to her family that she is a victim of domestic violence.
Ahn Pan Suk has probably been my favorite Korean television director in the last few years, because I love the distinctive look and lingering feel of his dramas. From the atmospheric cinematography and observant camerawork to the moody music and muted palette, there is a very deliberate, intimate and curated aesthetic to his works that stands out in the crowded land of Korean dramas. These strengths are on clear display in One Spring Night, which is beautiful to look at and listen to (love the soundtrack!).
With One Spring Night, Ahn also achieves his most realistic and naturalistic story about two adults navigating the transition between the ending of one relationship and the beginning of another. Dwelling carefully on moments and conversations, the deliberately paced drama illustrates the exciting yet daunting feeling of choosing to believe in one's heart and taking a chance on love.