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Art Service Cold Eyes (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 2042.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Cold Eyes (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Korea's remake of the 2007 Hong Kong police thriller Eye in the Sky, Cold Eyes transplants the intense battle of wits and surveillance to the streets of Seoul. Sol Kyung Gu and Jung Woo Sung step into the opposing roles originally played by Simon Yam and Tony Leung Ka Fai a grisly surveillance unit leader and a coldly meticulous criminal mastermind. Also on the police surveillance team are Han Hyo Ju as the impulsive greenhorn and 2PM member Lee Jun Ho in his film debut. Co-directed by Jo Eui Seok (The World of Silence) and Kim Byung Seo, Cold Eyes is the rare remake that lives up to the original. The tense crime thriller stays true to the original's storyline while also setting itself apart in character and tone through strong performances, impeccable pacing and nerve-wracking chase scenes. After taking an on-site test, Yoon Joo (Han Hyo Ju) becomes the newest member of the police surveillance unit led by veteran Detective Hwang (Sol Kyung Gu). Through tracking devices and good old legwork, the unit's task is to gather intel for other teams by finding, following and observing suspects, but never engaging. While Yoon Joo's taking her test, elsewhere in town a bank robbery occurs in broad daylight. The entire job is orchestrated down to the last second by the leader of the group, James (Jung Woo Sung), who observes from a nearby rooftop and allows no mistakes. Detective Hwang and his team begin combing the area for the bank robbers, gradually narrowing the field and closing in on the suspects. James, however, catches scent of the police and stays one ruthless step ahead, escalating the cat-and-mouse game to life and death stakes. This edition comes with commentary, making-of, action and production design featurettes, deleted scenes, poster shooting and trailer.
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Art Service Blood and Ties (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 1793.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Blood and Ties (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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"It ain't over 'til it's over." What do you do when you suspect your only family member of committing an unspeakable crime? This is the moral dilemma an aspiring journalist is faced with in Blood and Ties, the riveting directorial debut by Guk Dong Suk. Based on several real-life cases, the film stars Son Ye Jin (Spellbound) as Da Eun, a graduate student who learns about an unsolved kidnapping and murder case from 15 years ago and realizes that her father Son Man (Kim Kap Soo, The Last Blossom) may be the perpetrator. As the case approaches its statures of limitation, Da Eun has to decide where her loyalty lies: the only family she has left in the world, or her conscience? This edition includes audio commentary, making of and trailers.
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Art Service Like Father, Like Son (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 1793.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Like Father, Like Son (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Is a family defined by blood or by love? That's the key question in Like Father, Like Son, the latest film from acclaimed auteur Kore-eda Hirokazu. Japanese superstar Fukuyama Masaharu stars as an architect who falls into a parent's nightmare when he is informed that his six-year-old son was actually switched at birth with another couple's son. After Still Walking and I Wish, Kore-eda once again explores the complexities of the familial bond with this engrossing and heartrending drama, portraying a devastating situation with gentle intimacy and a down-to-earth touch. The winner of the Jury Prize at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, Like Father, Like Son also stars Ono Machiko (Climber's High), Maki Yoko (Love Strikes) and Lily Franky (All Around Us). Ryota (Fukuyama Masaharu) thought he had it all: a good job, a lovely wife (Ono Machiko), an expensive home and an adorable six-year-old son to shape in his own image. However, everything comes crashing down when he is informed that his son was switched at birth with another family's child. After getting in touch with the other couple, the down-to-earth Yudai (Lily Franky) and Yukari (Yoko Maki), Ryota is faced with a difficult dilemma: Keep the son that he has spent six years with, or give him up for a stranger that he happens to be related to by blood?
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Art Service Thread of Lies (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 1793.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Thread of Lies (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Following Punch, director Lee Han adapts another Kim Ryeo Ryeong novel for the silver screen, this time tackling the difficult topics of suicide and school bullying. Set in the aftermath of a teenage girl's sudden suicide, the critically acclaimed Thread of Lies reveals through flashbacks the experiences and incidents that built up to her death. Exploring the sensitive dynamics of middle school classrooms and adolescent friendships, the film presents a realistic, nuanced study on bullying that avoids casting blanket judgment but rather addresses the cruel and complex relationship between the victims and perpetrators of bullying. Appearing in her first film in over 20 years, Kim Hee Ae (Secret Love Affair) plays the mother struggling to keep things together after unspeakable loss. Sung Dong Il and Punch's Yoo Ah In also appear in supporting roles. The greatest spotlight, however, goes to the superb young female cast of Ko Ah Sung (Snowpiercer) and top teen actresses Kim Yoo Jung (Commitment) and Kim Hyang Gi (A Werewolf Boy). 14-year-old schoolgirl Cheon Ji (Kim Hyang Gi) takes her own life one day without leaving a suicide note. Her widowed mother (Kim Hee Ae) and older sister Man Ji (Ko Ah Sung) are left reeling from the grief and shock. They never saw the warning signs. Seeking answers, Man Ji begins to approach Cheon Ji's classmates and gradually learns about her sister's peer circle and the class queen bee, Hwa Yeon (Kim Yoo Jung), who befriended then bullied her. This edition includes commentary, character video, making of, deleted scenes, poster shoot and trailers.
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Art Service The Target (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 1843.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service The Target (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Death Bell director Chang offers a different kind of adrenaline rush for audiences with The Target. The official Korean remake of hit French thriller Point Blank, The Target is a non-stop thrill ride about a doctor who must help an ex-mercenary escape custody in order to save his wife from captivity. In one of his most intense action roles to date, Ryu Seung Ryong (Miracle in Cell No. 7) literally flexes his muscles as the former soldier who must escape the police and find the mysterious force who set him up for murder. An official selection at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival's Midnight Screening section, The Target is an intense action roller coaster filled with surprising twists and turns. While on the run from the police, Yeo Hoon (Ryu Seung Ryong) is hit by a car and brought into the hospital. After treating him at the hospital, doctor Tae Joon (Lee Jin Wook) is knocked out, and his wife (Jo Yeo Jeong) is kidnapped. To get his wife back, Tae Joon must help Yeo Hoon leave the hospital and escort him back to the kidnapper. However, escaping the pursuit of tough-as-nails Inspector Jeong (Kim Sung Ryung) is only the beginning, as Tae Joon is forced to strike an alliance with Yeo Hoon to discover the truth behind the conspiracy. This edition includes making of, audio commentary, alternate ending and trailers.
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Art Service Haunter 2013 ( DVD ) ( Korea Version ) at 1544.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Haunter 2013 ( DVD ) ( Korea Version )
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Haunter 2013 ( DVD ) ( Korea Version )
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Art Service Miss Granny (2014) (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version) at 1743.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Miss Granny (2014) (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version)
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An elderly woman regains her youth in the blockbuster comedy Miss Granny! After dealing with grave issues in the acclaimed Silenced and My Father, director Hwang Dong Hyuk proves to be just as adept at making audiences laugh with this crowd-pleaser that garnered over eight million admissions at the Korean box office. Shim Eun Kyung (Sunny) won Best Actress at the 2014 Baeksang Arts Awards for her hilarious performance as a 74-year-old in a 20-year-old body, while veteran actress Na Moon Hee (Twilight Gangsters) is feisty as always as the granny in question. Lee Jin Wook (Nine: Nine Times Time Travel), Park In Hwan (The Quiet Family), Sung Dong Il (Miss Conspirator), Hwang Jeong Min (Jesus Hospital), Kim Seul Gi (Flower Boy Next Door) and B1A4's Jin Young also appear in this infectious hit that appeals to audiences of all ages. Widow Oh Mal Soon (Na Moon Hee) is your typical nagging, demanding granny who worked hard to raise her only son (Sung Dong Il), but her stubborn controlling ways have now become a burden on the household. After learning that she will be sent to a nursing home, she wanders the streets and decides to take a portrait at a photo studio. When she walks out of the studio, she has magically transformed into her 20-year-old self! Given a second go at youth, Mal Soon renames herself Doo Ri (Shim Eun Kyung), joins her teenage grandson's (Jin Young) band and even attracts the interest of a producer (Lee Jin Wook). This edition includes commentary, making of, deleted scenes, bloopers, poster shoot, trailers and other extras.
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Art Service Sherlock - Season 4 (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (Korea Version) at 2491.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Sherlock - Season 4 (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (Korea Version)
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Sherlock - Season 4 (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (Korea Version)
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Art Service Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet (2016) (2DVD) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version) at 1594.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet (2016) (2DVD) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version)
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Director Lee Joon Ik (The Throne) and screenwriter Shin Yeon Shick (The Russian Novel) depict the life and times of famous poet Yoon Dong Ju in the acclaimed biopic Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet. Set during the Japanese colonial period, the film stars Kang Ha Neul (Twenty) as the introspective young poet and Park Jung Min (Tinker Ticker) as his rash activist cousin, both of whom would become intertwined with the resistance movement. The black-and-white drama garnered the Grand Prize as well as Best New Actor for Park Jung Min at the 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards. Under Japanese colonial rule, the use of Korean language is prohibited. Poet Yoon Dong Ju (Kang Ha Neul) plans to publish poems about his harsh life but his project is banned by the Japanese administration. Seeing his incredible writing talents, a Japanese professor suggests that Dong Ju publish the poems in English. However, before finishing his work, Dong Ju and his cousin Song Mong Kyu (Park Jung Min) are imprisoned for taking part in the Korean independence movement. This edition comes with special features including video commentary, deleted scenes, production videos, poster shooting, music video, poetry collection, photo commentary and trailers.
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Art Service Our Little Sister (Blu-ray) (Limited Edition) (English Subtitled) (Korea Version) at 1843.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Our Little Sister (Blu-ray) (Limited Edition) (English Subtitled) (Korea Version)
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Screened in competition at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, renowned filmmaker Kore-eda Hirokazu's latest film Our Little Sister is based on the award-winning manga Umimachi Diary by Yoshida Akimi. The film depicts the lives of three sisters in the seaside city of Kamakura and the changes they undergo when they take in their 13-year-old half-sister after meeting her for the first time at their estranged father's funeral. Two of Japan's most popular actresses, Ayase Haruka and Nagasawa Masami share screen for the first time as the eldest sister, a level-headed nurse who heads the household, and the second sister, an easygoing bank clerk who makes bad relationship choices, while Kaho (Blindly in Love) plays the 19-year-old third sister and young rising star Hirose Suzu their little half-sister. Besides the four actresses at the center of the story, the film's impressive supporting cast also includes Otake Shinobu as the matriarch of the family, Tsutsumi Shinichi, Kase Ryo, Lily Franky (Like Father, Like Son), Kiki Kirin (Still Walking), Suzuki Ryohei (Tokyo Tribe), Fubuki Jun (Like Father, Like Son) and Maeda Oshiro (I Wish). This edition comes with eight mini photo cards and special features including interview with Kore-eda Hirokazu.
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Art Service Katy Perry: Part of Me (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (2-Disc) (Korea Version) at 2241.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Katy Perry: Part of Me (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (2-Disc) (Korea Version)
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Katy Perry: Part of Me (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (2-Disc) (Korea Version)
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Art Service One Day (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 1843.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service One Day (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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One Day (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Art Service Amour (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 1843.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Amour (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Amour (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Art Service Moonrise Kingdom (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 1793.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Moonrise Kingdom (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Moonrise Kingdom (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Art Service The Lincoln Lawyer (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 1843.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service The Lincoln Lawyer (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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The Lincoln Lawyer (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Art Service Le Petit Nicolas (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 1843.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Le Petit Nicolas (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Le Petit Nicolas (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Art Service 3:10 To Yuma (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 1743.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service 3:10 To Yuma (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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3:10 To Yuma (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Art Service Way Back Home (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 1843.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Way Back Home (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Based on a true story, Way Back Home follows a desperate Korean housewife's long fight to return home after getting arrested in France and imprisoned without trial. Award-winning actress Jeon Do Yeon (The Housemaid) delivers another fine performance as the heroine of this empathetic drama from director Bang Eun Jin (Perfect Number). Popular actor Ko Su (The Front Line) co-stars as the husband trying to navigate the hellish legal and bureaucratic process of bringing his wife back home. Jung Yeon (Jeon Do Yeon) has a happy life with her husband Jong Bae (Ko Su) and daughter (Kang Ji Woo), but everything falls apart when Jong Bae is suddenly saddled with his friend's debt. They sell their shop and apartment to pay off the loan shark, but even that isn't enough. Desperate for quick cash, Jung Yeon agrees to carry gemstones from Seoul to France for a shady acquaintance. When Jung Yeon arrives at Paris airport, she gets promptly arrested. That is when she finds out that what she's actually transporting is cocaine. This edition includes commentary, domestic and overseas shoot making-of, trailer and other extras.
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Art Service The Happy Life (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 1793.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service The Happy Life (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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After enjoying much success at the box office with King And The Clown and receiving critical acclaim for Radio Star, Chungmuro's ingenious writer-director duo Choi Suk Hwan and Lee Joon Ik collaborate for the fourth time in the feel-good movie The Happy Life. The film offers a delightful escapism from the monotonous daily routines of life by telling an inspiring story that revolves around an amateur rock band comprised primarily of middle-aged men. A star-studded gathering that includes the award-winning Kim Yoon Seok (The Chaser), Jung Jin Young (King And The Clown), Kim Sang Ho (Le Grand Chef), and Korea's new heartthrob Jang Keun Suk (Do-Re-Mi-Pa-Sol-Ra-Si-Do), The Happy Life also features guest appearances by contemporary rock groups like Trans Fixtion and No Brain, as well as plenty of memorable musical performances by cast members under the guidance of two of Korea's most reputable musical directors Lee Byung Hoon (When Romance Meets Destiny) and Bang Joon Seok (Radio Star). After suffering a string of failures at qualifying for the national college singing competition, rock band Hwal Hwa San disbands. Twenty years later, all of the band members are in their middle age, and with the exception of Gi Young (Jung Jin Young), who remains a good-for-nothing bum, everyone has moved on with their lives. Sung Wook (Kim Yoon Seok) now works night and day trying to support his son's education while Hyuk Soo (Kim Sang Ho) joins the new breed of what's widely known in Korean society as "wild geese fathers" (Korean fathers who send their wives and young children overseas for the purpose of better education, while supporting them from Korea). But who knew an unexpected reunion at a funeral would re-ignite the fiery desires of yesteryear? With Gi Young as the lead guitarist, Sung Wook as the bassist, Hyuk Soo as the drummer, and new member Hyun Joon (Jang Keun Suk) as the vocalist, Hwal Hwa San is back on the saddle! But can these men find happiness in the face of all the difficult challenges heading their way? This edition comes with the following special features: The Birth of Hwal Hwa San band: A Look at Pre-production and Casting Process Making Of The Happy Life Interviews with the Cast Members Interviews with the Musical Director Behind-the-scenes of Band Practice Rehearsal and Behind-the-scenes of the Rock Festival Production Announcement Poster Shooting Theatrical Trailer
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Art Service Killer Toon (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 1843.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Killer Toon (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Murder, she drew. Directed by Kim Yong Kyun (The Sword with No Name), the dark and visceral horror thriller Killer Toon revolves around a webtoon artist whose comic foretells murder. The film parallels the comic drawings with live-action to depict chilling murder scenes that are both horrifying and visually stunning. Lee Si Young (How to Use Guys with Secret Tips) stars as the artist with a dark secret while Uhm Ki Joon (Man of Vendetta) is the detective investigating the serial murders. Webtoon artist Ji Yoon's (Lee Si Young) career is finally taking off with the success of her new horror webcomic about ghostly grudges and gruesome deaths. But then her macabre stories start coming true in reality, the artwork mirroring the crime scenes to the dot. Ambitious detective Lee Ki Cheol (Uhm Ki Joon) takes the case and starts investigating Ji Yoon and the terrifying secret behind her comics that foreshadow death. This edition includes commentary, making-of, deleted and alternate scenes and trailers.
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Art Service Punch (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 1843.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Punch (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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A rebellious high school loner meets his match in an even more rebellious and eccentric teacher in the critically acclaimed blockbuster Punch from Lover's Concerto director Lee Han. Award-winning actor Kim Yoon Seok (Yellow Sea) and Yoo Ah In (Sungkyunkwan Scandal) star in this oddball, down-to-earth drama about coming of age and coming to terms with life's curious turns. Based on a novel by Kim Ryeo Ryeong, Punch became a big hit at the Korean box office, dealing warmly and realistically with family, adolescent, and social issues, while maintaining a tenacious sense of cheeky humor. Not everything and everyone fit in or make sense in the world of Punch, and that's exactly what struck a chord with audiences. Pessimistic loner Wan Deuk (Yoo Ah In) doesn't care much about school, and is quick to throw a fist if anyone bullies his father (Park Soo Young). He has the misfortune of living right next door to his straight-talking homeroom teacher Dong Joo (Kim Yoon Seok), who is unconventional, unkempt, and constantly singles him out. It's a headache for Wan Deuk every time Dong Joo yells his name - and he sure does it often. Dong Joo simply won't let Wan Deuk be. Instead, he keeps pushing him, convincing Wan Deuk to train in boxing and to meet his estranged Filipina mother (Filipina-Korean actress Jasmine Lee, who was elected into South Korea's National Assembly in 2012). This edition comes with commentary, making-of features, deleted scenes, poster shoot, trailer, gallery, and other special features.
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Art Service Artist (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 1893.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Artist (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Artist (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Art Service A Moment to Remember (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version) at 1743.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service A Moment to Remember (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version)
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Son Ye Jin (The Classic) and Jung Woo Sung (Musa - The Warrior, Mutt Boy) share A Moment to Remember in this blockbuster melodrama directed by John H. Lee. Su Jin (Son Ye Jin) and Chul Su (Jung Woo Sung) meet under seemingly normal circumstances. Su Jin is ending an affair with a married man, and Chul Su is working for Su Jin's father as a carpenter. When they finally meet, it's as if it was meant to be. Their love is affectionate and their marriage as close to perfect as can be, but fate is not so kind. Su Jin surprisingly contracts Alzheimer's disease, and the tragic struggle they face both threatens and strengthens their love. As Su Jin's memory begins to leave her, the disease they face may turn out to be too much for even a love as strong as theirs. This edition comes with commentary, making-of, deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes, MV, trailer and other special features.
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Art Service El Bulli : Cooking In Progress + Jiro Dreams Of Sushi (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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El Bulli : Cooking In Progress + Jiro Dreams Of Sushi (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Art Service Never And Simin, A Separation (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 1793.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Never And Simin, A Separation (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Never And Simin, A Separation (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Art Service A Late Quartet (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 1843.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service A Late Quartet (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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A Late Quartet (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Art Service Late Autumn (2010) (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version) at 1743.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Late Autumn (2010) (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version)
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Family Ties director Kim Tae Yong transplants Lee Man Hee's sixties classic Late Autumn to Seattle for an English-language remake starring two of Asia's biggest names, Tang Wei (Lust, Caution) and Hyun Bin (Come Rain, Come Shine). Tang Wei won Best Actress at the 47th Baeksang Arts Awards for her performance. Inmate Anna (Tang Wei) is granted three-day parole to attend her mother's funeral. On the bus to Seattle, she meets a caddish man on the run, Hoon (Hyun Bin). More similar than they realize, the two bond as they tour the city and play-act different scenarios, knowing that their time together is shortlived. What's left unsaid is as important as what is said in this evocative story of fleeting passion and solace. This edition comes with a postcard and special features including commentary, "One Day in Seattle," deleted scenes with commentary, music video and trailer.
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Art Service Possessed (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) at 2341.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service Possessed (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Five years after starring in The Ghost, Nam Sang Mi returns to the horror genre in 2009 with Possessed (a.k.a. Living Death), her first film in four years. Written and directed by first-time director Lee Yong Joo who assisted on Bong Joon Ho's Memories of Murder, the low-key horror thriller sees Nam Sang Mi trying to save her missing possibly demon-possessed little sister, played by Shim Eun Kyung from Hansel and Gretel, who is connected to a mysterious string of neighborhood deaths. Possessed packs in its share of scares, but what sets the horror apart from other genre offerings is its fascinating depiction of the clash of faiths and the demons within. Possessed also co-stars Ryu Seung Ryong as a police officer and veteran actress Kim Bo Yeon as the mother. College student Hee Jin (Nam Sang Mi) rushes home after finding out her younger sister So Jin (Shim Eun Kyung) has disappeared. Neither her praying mother (Kim Bo Yeon) nor the police have any clue where she's gone. Soon a neighbor commits suicide, leaving a will for So Jin. Rumors of So Jin being possessed begin to spread as more and more people fall victim. This edition comes with audio commentary, making of, art and lighting featurette, sound design featurette, and trailer.
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Art Service The Flu (2013) (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Musa The Warrior director Kim Sung Su returns to filmmaking for the first time in a decade with The Flu. The big-budget disaster thriller shows us what happens when a South Korean city becomes ground zero for a devastating avian flu outbreak. Soo Ae (Athena, Goddess of War) stars as a virologist who must race against time to find a cure with the help of a heroic rescue worker, played by Jang Hyuk (Iris 2). Kim doesn't shy away from the chaos and the fear surrounding the situation, making The Flu an unsettling film about a very real situation that any of us can encounter at any time. A group of illegal immigrants travel from Hong Kong to South Korea in a container. However, when the container arrives, the Korean smugglers discover that all of them are dead except for one, a carrier of a deadly strain of avian flu. The survivor escapes, spreading the flu throughout the city in hours. Soon, thousands are infected and dying within 36 hours. To contain the virus, the government quarantines the entire suburb. Among those trapped in the city are rescue worker Ji Koo (Jang Hyuk) and virologist Dr. Kim In Hae (Soo Ae), who met just before the outbreak. When Dr. Kim suspects her daughter of contracting the virus, she works with Ji Koo to find a cure. This edition includes audio commentary, making of, deleted scenes, interviews and trailers.
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Art Service Masquerade (2012) (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version)
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Having played everything from romantic heroes and cool villains to vengeful agents and Storm Shadow, Korean superstar Lee Byung Hun takes on the first costume period role of his twenty-plus year career in the mega blockbuster Masquerade. Inspired by two missing weeks in the Annals of the Joseon Dynasty, Masquerade is a riveting The Prince and the Pauper-like drama about a commoner who becomes king after the real king has been poisoned. Lee Byung Hun gives an electrifying dual-role performance, playing both King Gwanghae one of the most controversial monarchs of Joseon history and the peasant who takes his place. Both a critical and commercial success, Masquerade swept 15 awards at the 49th Daejong Film Awards and amassed over 12 million admissions at the box office, making it one of the top five Korean films of all time. Suspecting that his enemies are conspiring to kill him, troubled King Gwanghae (Lee Byung Hun) orders councilor Heo Gyun (Ryu Seung Ryong) to find someone who can act as his double. Enter Ha Sun (Lee Byung Hun), a crude jester who bears striking resemblance to the king. Ha Sun need only sit in the king's chamber at night and he gets paid handsomely, but everything changes when Gwanghae is poisoned. Keeping Gwanghae's critical condition a secret, Heo Gyun plants Ha Sun onto the throne to bide for time while the real king recovers. With each passing day, however, the lowly peasant begins to fit the role of king better and better... Returning to a period role after her breakout success in the 2010 historical TV drama Dong Yi, Han Hyo Ju plays the Queen caught between the real and fake kings. Ryu Seung Ryong (War of the Arrows), Kim In Kwon (The Tower) and teen actress Shim Eun Kyung (Sunny) also give notable supporting performances in Masquerade. At the helm is director Choo Chang Min, whose previous Late Blossom turned into a sleeper hit in 2011. This edition comes with commentary, making-of, deleted scenes and trailers.
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Art Service The Kid with A Bike (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) at 1843.00 PHP from YesAsia
Art Service The Kid with A Bike (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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The Kid with A Bike (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)

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