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One Way Trip (2DVD) (Type A) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3

Su Ho (EXO) (Actor) | Ji Soo (Actor) | Kim Hee Chan (Actor) | Ryu Jun Yeol (Actor)
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Award-winning short film director Choi Jeong Yeol unveils the dark side of human nature in his feature debut One Way Trip, starring EXO's Su Ho in his silver screen debut, Ryu Jun Yeol (Socialphobia), Ji Soo (Angry Mom) and Kim Hee Chan (I Miss You). About four young men whose friendship is put at risk after a life-changing incident, this star-studded indie youth tale had its world premiere at the 20th Busan International Film Festival.

Sang Woo (Su Ho) gives up his studies and opts to enlist in the military, and his friends Yong Bi (Ji Soo), Ji Gong (Ryu Jun Yeol) and Doo Man (Kim Hee Chan) arrange a farewell trip for him. While enjoying their visit to a port town, they see a man beating his wife. They save the woman but the rescue turns into a police chase after the abusive husband is found dead. The four friends protest their innocence, but the wife, who's a famous celebrity, lies to the police to protect her reputation.

This edition comes with commentary, making-of, production video, character introduction and trailers.

One Way Trip is available in two versions with different covers. This edition features Su Ho and Kim Hee Chan on the cover. First Press comes with five photo cards, only available while supplies last.

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Product Title: One Way Trip (2DVD) (Type A) (Korea Version) 衝出不歸路 (Type A) (雙碟裝) (韓國版) 冲出不归路 (Type A) (双碟装) (韩国版) グローリーデイ (2DVD) (Type A) (韓国版) 글로리데이 (A 타입) (2DVD) (한국판)
Also known as: Glory Day Glory Day Glory Day Glory Day Glory Day
Artist Name(s): Su Ho (EXO) (Actor) | Ji Soo (Actor) | Kim Hee Chan (Actor) | Ryu Jun Yeol (Actor) | Kim Dong Wan (Shinhwa) (Actor) Su Ho (EXO) (Actor) | Ji Soo (Actor) | Kim Hee Chan (Actor) | 柳俊烈 (Actor) | 金 烔完 (神話) (Actor) Su Ho (EXO) (Actor) | Ji Soo (Actor) | Kim Hee Chan (Actor) | 柳俊烈 (Actor) | 金 烔完 (神话) (Actor) スホ (EXO) (Actor) | Ji Soo (Actor) | Kim Hee Chan (Actor) | リュ・ジュンヨル (Actor) | キム・ドンワン (Actor) 수호 (Actor) | 지수 (Actor) | 김희찬 (Actor) | 류준열 (Actor) | 김동완 (신화) (Actor)
Director: Jeong Yeol Choi Jeong Yeol Choi Jeong Yeol Choi チェ・ジョンヨル 정열 최
Release Date: 2016-10-28
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?
Publisher: CJ E&M
Other Information: 2-Disc
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1053526537

Product Information

글로리데이 (A 타입) (2DVD) (한국판)

*Screen Format: 2.39:1 아나몰픽 와이드스크린
*Sound Mix: 한국어 돌비디지털 5.1
- Video Commentary by 최정열 감독, 지수, 김준면(수호), 류준열, 김희찬
- 구겨진 청춘(메이킹)
- 제작기 영상
- 캐릭터 영상
- 티저 예고편
- 예고편


그 날 우리의 스무 살은 잔뜩 구겨졌다.”

이제 막 스무 살이 된 친구 용비, 상우, 지공, 두만은 입대하는 상우의 배웅을 위해 오랜만에 뭉쳐 여행을 떠난다.
친구가 전부이고 제일인 용비, 대학 대신 군대를 택한 상우, 엄마에게 시달리는 재수생 지공, 낙하산 대학 야구부 두만은 각자의 일상에서 벗어나 자유를 만끽한다.
포항의 한 바닷가. 어른이 된 기분에 한껏 들떠 있던 것도 잠시, 우연히 위험에 처한 여자를 구하려다 시비에 휘말리게 되고 네 명은 순식간에 사건의 주범이 되어버린다. 무심한 경찰과 속 타는 부모들은 ‘진실’보다는 ‘사실’이 더 중요하다고, 그리고 ‘세상에는 친구보다 지킬 것이 더 많다’고 말한다.
“센 척하지마! 너도 무섭잖아.”
가장 아름답게 빛나던 하루는 속수무책 구겨져만 가고,
넷이라면 두려울 게 없었던 이들의 마음도 점차 무력하게 흔들리기 시작하는데…
스무 살 인생에 어둠이 내린다.
짙은 밤이 지나고 나면, 우린 어떤 아침을 맞이하게 될까.

- 가장 핫한 배우 지수, 김준면(수호), 류준열 김희찬의 Video Commentary
- 네 배우의 강렬한 연기, 합과 결이 다른 시너지
- 부산국제영화제 초고속 매진, 씨네 아이콘 예매 폭주, 일본 홍콩 선 판매 화제작
- 청룡영화상, 로테르담영화제 등 국내외를 휩쓴 최정열 감독의 놀라운 데뷔작
- 초도수량 5종 포토카드 증정!
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Professional Review of "One Way Trip (2DVD) (Type A) (Korea Version)"

May 31, 2017

This professional review refers to One Way Trip (2015) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
Korean writer director Choi Jeong-yeol, who won the Blue Dragon Award for Best Short Film back in 2008 for his The Unbearable Heaviness of Nagging, makes his feature debut with One Way Trip (also known as Glory Day), a dark drama following the unravelling of the lives of a group of four young men after they make the mistake of trying to help an apparent damsel in distress. The film has an impressive cast in Su Ho from EXO, Ryu Jun-yeol (Socialphobia), Ji Soo (Angry Mom) and Kim Hee-chan (I Miss You), and premiered at the 20th Busan International Film Festival in 2015 before going on to win the Jury Award for Best Feature Film at the 2016 Hanoi International Film Festival.

After starting with a scene of four young men being chased by the police, resulting in a hit-and-run car accident, the film turns back the clock to follow Sang Woo (Su Ho), whose friends Yong Bi (Ji Soo), Ji Gong (Ryu Jun-yeol) and Doo Man (Kim Hee-chan) take him on a trip to the remote beach town of Pogang before he enlists in the military. Although things start off well, while out drinking the four friends come across a woman being brutally beaten by a man in an alleyway, and step in to help her. While they manage to save the woman, tragedy ensues, and when her violent husband is discovered dead, they find themselves being blamed by the local police, her being a famous celebrity determined not to let the truth be known.

One Way Trip is a dark indie offering, and if not as bleak or biting as the films of Kim Ki-duk, it sees Choi Jeong-yeol taking a similarly dim view of human nature and Korean society. Though its themes of friendship, loyalty and betrayal are nothing new, Choi's script is insightful and suitably grim, focusing on the lengths people will go to protect themselves and their reputations, the idea of being embarrassed or publicly revealed seen as being almost, if not more terrifying than injury or death. The film benefits from an interesting moral core and from the shifting relationships between the four men, and while it's not exactly unpredictable in the ways in which their bonds are tested and in some cases broken, it's gripping and hard-hitting stuff. Choi also wins points for avoiding the kind of last minute redemptive twists that might be expected, and the film impresses by refusing to dive into teary melodrama in the manner that has let down so many of its peers.

With a running time of just ninety-three minutes, the film is admirably short and efficient, and for all its themes and social concerns is never ponderous and never gets caught up in maudlin moralising. If anything, Choi gives it the feel of a crime film, albeit one with a marked anti-authoritarian streak, and there’s a touch of dark, almost Kafkaesque absurdity in the way in which its young protagonists find themselves in an increasingly impossible situation, despite their best and generally most sensible efforts. The narrative is well-constructed, and though the device of starting with the end of the story is familiar, the plot develops in a naturalistic and believable fashion, which helps keep things grounded and tense.

All four of the male leads acquit themselves well in their roles, and the film’s modest success is down in no small part to their convincing interactions with each other, Choi drawing impact from the disintegration of their initially cheerful friendships. Bolstered by solid acting, the film can be seen as a cruel coming of age tale depicting the unfortunate consequences of trying to kick back at the harsh realities of the adult world.

Though nothing truly special or original, One Way Trip is a satisfying feature debut for Choi Jeong-yeol, who directs with confidence and maturity, marking him as a director to keep an eye on in the future. Amongst the many Korean films which deal with rites of passage in a nihilistic manner, while it doesn't exactly stand out, there's more than enough here to make it a worthwhile, if not terribly fun watch.

by James Mudge -

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