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The Relation Of Face, Mind And Love (DVD) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3

Lee Ji Ah (Actor) | Kang Ji Hwan (Actor) | Oishi Shizuka | Lee Jang Soo (Director)
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The Relation Of Face, Mind And Love (DVD) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Some of Korea's biggest stars came together in 2009 for the Korea-Japan Telecinema7 project, a series of seven feature-length mini-dramas released to great anticipation in both countries. Featuring a dream team of talent both behind and in front of the camera, the seven movies paired up top Korean drama directors with Japanese drama screenwriters for unique collaboration opportunities. Directed by Lee Jang Soo (Stairway to Heaven) and written by Oishi Shizuka (First Love), the romantic comedy The Relation of Face, Mind and Love starring Kang Ji Hwan (My Girlfriend is a Secret Agent) and Lee Ji Ah (Beethoven Virus) revolves around a shallow architect who gets beautiful and ugly women mixed up after a sight-impairing injury!
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Product Title: The Relation Of Face, Mind And Love (DVD) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) The Relation Of Face, Mind And Love (DVD) (初回限量版) (韓國版) The Relation Of Face, Mind and Love (DVD) (初回限量版) (韩国版) 顔と心と恋の関係 (DVD)(初回限定版)(韓国版) 내눈에 콩깍지 (DVD) (초회한정판) (한국판)
Also known as: 我愛醜小鴨 我爱丑小鸭
Artist Name(s): Lee Ji Ah (Actor) | Kang Ji Hwan (Actor) | Oishi Shizuka 李智雅 (Actor) | 姜志煥 (Actor) | 大石靜 李智雅 (Actor) | 姜志焕 (Actor) | 大石静 イ・ジア (Actor) | カン・ジファン (Actor) | Oishi Shizuka 이지아 (Actor) | 강지환 (Actor) | Oishi Shizuka
Director: Lee Jang Soo 李長秀 李长秀 イ・ジャンス 이장수
Release Date: 2010-12-04
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 Entertainment
Other Information: 1-Disc
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1023742644

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내눈에 콩깍지 (DVD) (한국판)

*Screen Format: 1.85:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
*Sound Mix: Dolby Digital 5.1
*Extras: 예고편

*Director: 이장수

-이지아 강지환 주연, ‘내눈에콩깍지’ DVD 출시!
-한국 연출가와 일본 작가의 협업이 만들어낸 글로벌 프로젝트 ‘텔레시네마7’의 첫 타자! ‘내눈에 콩깍지’ !
-주연 이지아 톡톡 튀는 매력으로 대중을 사로잡다!
-사랑에 눈먼남자 완벽남 강지환의 로맨틱 코미디 ‘내눈에콩깍지’ !

아무도 못 말리는 연애증후군 (내 눈에 콩깍지) | 이 남자, 뭔가 단단히 씌었다!
잘생긴 외모와 능력을 갖춘 세계적인 건축가 ‘강태풍’. 어느 날 교통사고를 당하고, 후유증으로 ‘일시적 시각장애’를 진단 받는다. 즉, 추녀와 미녀를 구분하지 못하는 것. 그때 그의 눈앞에 아름다운 여인 ‘왕소중’이 나타나고, 태풍은 그녀에게 첫 눈에 반한다. 하지만 실제 그녀는 외모적으로 결점 많은 동물 잡지사 기자.
태풍의 증세를 알 리 없는 소중은 난생 처음으로 겪어보는 완벽남의 대쉬에 당황하면서도, 운명 같은 그의 매력에 푹 빠져든다. 그렇게 사랑을 키워가던 어.느.날! 소중이 출장을 떠난 사이 태풍의 후유증은 자연스레 완쾌된다! 이 사실을 모른 채 설레는 마음으로 태풍을 기다리는 소중. 그러나 태풍은 바로 눈 앞에 그녀를 두고도 전혀 알아보지 못하는데..!!
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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (2)

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February 14, 2011

Ji-ah’s Electric!! A Wonderful Film!! (part a) Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
This movie gets your attention straight away, by an easy to slip into plot and captivating characters and when I first feasted eyes on loveable So-jung (Ji-ah Lee) I knew I was gonna enjoy this. So-jung is an incredible site to behold, as she walks breezily into a drinking bar, her coat flying open and her long legs showing, guys bumping into each other spilling their beers as she passes, only for her to sit down with her two friends and look, eh?..facely different. So-jung, you see, is the ‘ugly duckling’ of the piece (and I’ll use that phrase as irony as Ji-ah is verrry pretty and her character is wonderful!) meeting her handsome prince charming Tae-pung (Ji-hwan Kang) a famous architect, which then builds up into an explosively funny chemistry combination.

More like a TV drama episode with a Japanese rom-com anime feel (also written by Oishi Shizuka), the story begins with architect Tae-pung, who swerving his car to miss a little dog in the road (after trying to grab a photo of his dead girlfriend blowing out of the window), crashes into a barrier and suffers minor vision impairment. At a hospital casualty unit, a doctor tells Tae-pung that his vision could temporarily make him see ‘ugly’ women as pretty and vise-versa, but eventually his vision will return to normal. So when madcap delight So-jung falls drunk outside Tae-pung’s posh apartment, he sees her as a beautiful ‘goddess’ instead of how she really looks. Both fall in love with each other, and even fall all over the place in the bedroom! (In fact some of the bedroom scenes are like something out of a Carry On movie). But when Tae-pung’s vision is corrected and he goes to a restaurant to meet up with So-jung he cannot ‘see’ her and then refuses to believe she’s the same woman when So-jung approaches him. This breaks So-jung’s heart (cue trembly bottom lip and teary eyes) and vows to get even with Tae-pung (“that playboy”!) at his workplace for dumping her. So-jung is even comforted by an orang-utan in a duffle coat on a bench (a sight to behold and on the trailer), as So-jung works with animals as an animal photographer as well as her collection of stray cats at her mom’s house. Later on Tae-pung begins to have lovely memories of sharing with So-jung, and begins to feel that his attitude to So-jung was wrong. So he decides to make amends and asks So-jung for her forgiveness. Which she does, after smacking him about a bit at her own work place.
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February 14, 2011

Ji-ah’s Electric!! A Wonderful Film!! (part b) Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
The main reason to see this is for Ji-ah Lee’s brilliant character So-jung! W-OoO-w!! Funny, mad, scary, energetic, cute, sexy and wonderful are understatements, and if you’ve wanted for another charismatic Ji-hyun Jeon or Na-young Lee et al, with added kookiness - this girl rocks! She’s as wild as a frantic mare, but endearing, loveable, human, with little inhibitions and you’ll love So-jung to bits I kid you not! As soon as So-jung enters the screen you’re transfixed! Actor Ji-hwan as Tae-pung is also equally the right man for the love interest, and the two main actors are just perfect together!

No doubt a movie displaying the true meaning of why you love someone with the physical aspect only a partial, and as with So-jung’s incredibly additive personality you cannot fail to fall in love with her yourself. Its a re-tread of the common morale that it doesn’t really matter how a person looks, but inner love and personality that really counts (which is the easiest to change) and physical beauty, although good, can only ever be the icing on the cake. Now Ji-ah is a good-looking actress (and Tae-pung’s dead girlfriend’s photo is also Ji-ah ironically), but as So-jung she shines beyond her physical ‘limits’. I also felt that Ji-ah looked a bit like the late Eun Joo Lee, but with a quite goofy Na-young Lee character type mix. (I still feel sad for Eun Joo). Although the charisma and chemistry acting is fantastic, lost plot opportunities could have made this film a super smash hit! Unfortunately, its arrow falls short and it becomes a minor hit. But if you want a film to talk about....don’t miss this! At least try the trailer on the net! ^^ Is So-jung ugly? No friggin way! Bloody funny though! LOL!
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