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You Who Came From the Stars (DVD) (Vol. 2) (Japan Version) DVD Region 2

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You Who Came From the Stars (DVD) (Vol. 2) (Japan Version)
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All Editions Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.6 out of 10 (20)

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The Korean drama sensation that swept Asia! Returning to the small screen for her first TV drama in over a decade, Korea's original sassy girl Jeon Ji Hyun reteams with her The Thieves co-star Kim Soo Hyun in the SBS fantasy romance You Who Came From the Stars (a.k.a. My Love From the Star). Filled with heart, humor and suspense, the romantic drama revolves around the unlikely love between a bumbling actress and an emotionally detached alien who landed in Korea during Joseon times and stuck around for over 400 hundred years till the present day. Co-starring Park Hae Jin, Yoo In Na and Shin Sung Rok, You Who Came From The Stars not only lit up the ratings in Korea, it became a huge trend-setting hit throughout Asia.

Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun) first arrived on earth in 1609, but in order to protect a girl he met, he missed his chance to return to his home planet. Four centuries later, he is still living in Korea and working as a professor, the latest of many identities he's taken on through the years. Understanding that he doesn't belong to this world, the exceedingly rational Do Min Joon maintains distance from everyone save for one friend (Kim Chang Wan) who knows his secret. All is quiet and well for him until top actress Chun Song Yi (Jeon Ji Hyun) moves in next door and comes barging into his cloistered life. Loud, proud and bumbling yet irrepressibly lovable, Song Yi throws Do Min Joon off guard, and he can't help but protect her when her career takes a stumble. The two begin to fall in love despite themselves but Do Min Joon's days on earth are numbered.

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Product Title: You Who Came From the Stars (DVD) (Vol. 2) (Japan Version) 來自星星的你 DVD Set 2 (DVD)(日本版) 来自星星的你 DVD Set 2 (DVD)(日本版) 星から来たあなた DVD SET2 별에서 온 그대
Artist Name(s): Jun Ji Hyun | Park Hae Jin | Kim Soo Hyun | Kim Hyun Soo 全 智賢 | 朴海鎮 | 金秀賢 | Kim Hyun Soo 全 智贤 | 朴海镇 | 金秀贤 | Kim Hyun Soo チョン・ジヒョン | パク・ヘジン | キム・スヒョン | Kim Hyun Soo 전 지현 | 박해진 | 김수현 | 김현수
Release Date: 2015-02-04
Publisher Product Code: GNBF-3320
Language: Japanese, Korean
Subtitles: Japanese
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 2 - Japan, Europe, South Africa, Greenland and the Middle East (including Egypt) What is it?
Other Information: DVD
Shipment Unit: 3 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1037741253

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[アーティスト/ キャスト]
キム・スヒョン / チョン・ジヒョン[鄭志賢] / パク・ヘジン



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Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.6 out of 10 (20)

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August 8, 2015

This customer review refers to My Love From The Star (DVD) (Ep.1-21) (End) (Multi-audio) (English Subtitled) (SBS TV Drama) (Singapore Version)
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singapore version Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
I love this k drama so I decided to buy it. There were a few disappointments. The special features disc does not have any subtitles. I would have liked if YesAsia could of told us in the product review. The opening song only plays when it is Chinese audio not Korean audio. The Chinese sub is great for when the actors and actresses are talking but when it comes to showing the chapter title it is not there.
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March 14, 2015

This customer review refers to You Who Came From The Stars (DVD) (13-Disc) (Director's Edition) (English Subtitled) (SBS TV Drama) (Korea Version)
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Great Series, Shame About the Subtitles Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
It's a great love story that transitions smoothly between serious and light hearted. The chemistry between the two leads is what makes this show work. (Have you seen their kiss in "The Thieves"?)

I bought the director's cut for the extras: bloopers, etc however NOTE: these are not subtitled! Which I found disappointing, YesAsia should make that clear in the product description.

The quality of the subtitles can only be described as average, especially in the last 5 or so episodes - there are instances where entire sentences do not make sense. Even more alarming are the scenes where the subtitles' meaning is the exact opposite to what the cast are saying!
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January 30, 2015

This customer review refers to You Who Came From The Stars (Blu-ray) (12-Disc) (Limited Director's Edition) (English Subtitled) (SBS TV Drama) (Korea Version)
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Be aware of the screen resolution Customer Review Rated Bad 2 - 2 out of 10
I am giving 2 stars because SBS kept a little lie about this blue-ray product. I absolutely love the drama My Love from the Star and own both DVDs and Blue-ray. Unfortunately, as many of you already know, the screen resolution of this blue-ray discs is not 1080p as advertised. If you check it at home, it will say "1080i" instead. You don't even need a program to check the difference in the screen resolution. As soon as you watch the movies on the blue-ray discs, you will be able to see that the resolution is far worse than that of the HD broadcast version. I am waiting and watching how SBS will compensate for this issue and how YesAsia will provide respective customer service.
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October 16, 2014

This customer review refers to You Who Came From The Stars (DVD) (13-Disc) (Director's Edition) (First Press Limited Edition) (English Subtitled) (SBS TV Drama) (Korea Version) + Folded Posters
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Lastly - The First Press product bits Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
Finished watching MLFTS ; quite a safe and open ending. I enjoyed MLFTS and goes without saying there’s many good CSY/DMJ moments and a series which needs to be seen to truly enjoy. I did wonder if Song Yi was meant to be a reincarnation of Yi Hwa the girl from the Joseon era (Hyeon-soo Kim, also child version of SY), what with SY’s ‘feelings’ from the relic in the museum. Nuffin said on ending. An enigmatic romance indeed. Loads of supporting cast were great – Jae-hyeon Ahn as SY’s star struck kid bro getting all brotherly soul mate with MJ over his big telescopes (I thought at one point these two were going to finally go out into the sunset), the two cops performed by Sang-jin Oh/Hee Won Kim, Kang-hyeon Kim as the manager (yeah, he’s great), Jin-kyeong Hong (cool!) and of course Suzy (cooool!) doing her cameo thing and Soo-ro Kim (loud and cool!!) and oh, man, there’s too many to list.

First press director’s edition features great gifts, albeit no subs on extra features. There’s a separate poly bag with gifts and posters (folded) all okay. This includes mouse mat, three books (*Hangul), slim book mark (individually numbered) and bonus features DVD (card case) including promotional photo shoot, all together script reading, celebratory meals. All watchable stuff even without any English subs. Main box houses TV series disks each disk having bonus material (no English subs) a great landscape photobook with full page stills, 6 nice post cards and 80 page continuity book. Also a 5 track music disk (2 disk MLFTS OST set is the one to get). I did watch some NGs on disk 11 last night which are legion and the most watchable extras without necessarily needing English subs. Another whopping set of NGs on disk 10 (which I’ve yet to see). Hours of em! Ought to be a Korean movie called ‘Their NGs!’ (a comedy one of

DVD picture quality and subs are great, but audio for all episodes (and extras) seems to be a consistent mono soundtrack mix (or duel mono). I watched MLFTS listening through Sony headphones and the menu music is stereo for sure, but episodes/extras seem mono to my ears. Original TV recording issues? Sound quality is crystal clear and doesn’t spoil anything though. As gifts may not be available on a re-issue this would be a great present for Ji Hyun/Soo Hyun fans (who haven’t got it). Include your own beer and chicken whilst watching, you can’t go wrong ;

(*Good way to learn hangul is to translate song lyrics back and forth)
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October 15, 2014

This customer review refers to You Who Came From The Stars (DVD) (13-Disc) (Director's Edition) (First Press Limited Edition) (English Subtitled) (SBS TV Drama) (Korea Version) + Folded Posters
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Song Yi – She is the one and only Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
‘MLFTS’ although a fundamental norm of a k-drama rom-com, is certainly one I enjoyed by the lovely characters, Ji Hyun’s quirky charisma, a good dark sinister murder plot and a no brainer for me with Ji Hyun back in funny Sassy Girl mode. :D MLFTS is more a fantasy drama rom-com with interesting other wordy alien premise (MJ and SY doing the ‘Mork and Mindy’?) and philosophical bits. MLFTS though is popular for the acting leads Big Love Dilemma where two vulnerable and contrasting personality types fall in love within difficult and cosmic circumstances; two strong people who are isolated, afraid and needful of love in their ‘private’ lonely worlds. First record of Min Joon’s earthly Joseon arrival by UFO and time freeze effects are good reminding me of 60s pop culture sci-fi TV series ‘UFO’ (especially episode ‘Timelash’). A bit sci-fi, MLFTS is certainly a k-drama rom-com in the main.

Slow aging alien Min Joon (Soo Hyun) who prefers anonymous seclusion, sharing thoughts with his advisor Mr Jang (Chang-wan Kim) falls in love with loveable, funny, assertive and dippy drama actress Song Yi (Ji Hyun), when becoming her neighbour on a top floor posh apartment block. Song Yi gets ‘grounded’ in her apt due to a social media ‘scandal’ of getting her historical name facts mixed up (a bit like Song Yi posting to her fans her support for Angelina Jolie’s campaign for sexual violence in erogenous zones instead of war zones). So stuck humiliated in her apt, next door is Min Joon, who SY believed at first encounter with him in the apartment block lift, a silent type perverted fan boy. Min Joon though has been on earth for 400 years and due to return to his planet three months from the present after MJ missed his comet bus back home in the Joseon time, due to attempting to save the life of a distinguished young girl (superb Hyeon Soo Kim, who looks more like a child version of Eun-hye Yoon). As the girl in Min Joon’s past also resembles a childhood photo of Song Yi, MJ is determined to find out if Song Yi is the same soul of the girl he loved in Joseon time. Being her neighbour Min Joon gets to experience life with Song Yi a lot by imposition (kicking off with the media press forcing SY to hide in MJ’s apartment) but slowly falls in love with her kooky emotional ways; getting sick from a kiss and fetching SY’s favourite food and drink - chicken and beer mostly. But falling in love with SY is troublesome – as avoiding his second chance home, Min Joon will die.
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