BoA – BoA THE LIVE 2011 X’mas -The 10th Anniversary Edition- (DVD) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)

BoA - BoA THE LIVE 2011 X'mas -The 10th Anniversary Edition- (DVD) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Since 2007, BoA has performed a Christmas concert every year at the Tokyo International Forum. However, the 2011 edition is an extra special one because the concert is also a part of BoA’s 10th anniversary celebration. In addition to songs with winter theme, BoA’s 2011 Christmas live also includes performances of hits like Quincy, Listen to My Heart, and Valenti. In addition, the concert DVD also includes BoA’s tear-filled encore performance of Meri Kuri..
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All About My Wife (DVD) (Single Disc) (Korea Version)

All About My Wife (DVD) (Single Disc) (Korea Version)
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First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes… the suffering. Directed by Min Kyu Dong (Antique), the blockbuster romantic comedy All About My Wife revolves around a couple in their seventh year of marriage. Lee Seon Gyun (Petty Romance) is the harried husband who just wants to get away from his eccentric, nagging wife, charmingly played by Lim Soo Jung (Come Rain Come Shine). His hilarious quest for separation, however, comes back to bite him in unexpected ways. Ryu Seung Ryong (War of the Arrows), Lee Kwang Soo (Love On-Air), Kim Jung Tae (He’s On Duty), and Kim Ji Young (Cyrano Agency) co-star in this funny, bittersweet take on love and marriage.

Jung In (Lim Soo Jung) and Doo Hyun (Lee Seon Gyun) serendipitously meet in Japan during an earthquake, and they fall in love and get married in a lovey-dovey whirlwind. Seven years later, Jung In and Doo Hyun are still married, but the magic is long gone. Doo Hyun is sick and tired of Jung In’s constant nagging and complaints, but he’s too scared to confront her for a divorce. He even requests a job transfer to another province to get away, but Jung In gamely moves home with him. Desperate for a way out, Doo Hyun hires his caddish neighbor Sung Ki (Ryu Seung Ryong) to seduce his wife!.
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Flower Boy Ramyun Shop (DVD) (6-Disc) (English Subtitled) (End) (tvN TV Drama) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)

Flower Boy Ramyun Shop (DVD) (6-Disc) (English Subtitled) (End) (tvN TV Drama) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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Just like the title says, the tvN romantic comedy Flower Boy Ramyun Shop (a.k.a. Cool Guys, Hot Ramen) has good-looking guys and tasty ramyun, served in heaping portions with heart and hilarity. Jung Il Woo (49 Days) stars as an arrogant high schooler who falls hard for an older teaching intern played by Lee Cheong Ah (Pure Pumpkin Flower). He’s in for an awakening when he starts working at her ramyun shop! Popular actor Lee Ki Woo (Star’s Lover) and up-and-comers Park Min Woo and Jo Yoon Woo make up the rest of the “flower boys” of this very special ramyun shop.

Aspiring teacher Eun Bi (Lee Cheong Ah) is interning at a high school and one of her students is the super rich and self-centered Cha Chi Soo (Jung Il Woo). Eun Bi gets off to an embarrassing, argumentative start with Chi Soo, who revels in making her life difficult. When Eun Bi’s father passes away, she quits teaching and takes over the family ramyun restaurant instead. Chi Soo decides to go work at Eun Bi’s shop to be near her, but he’s got competition from studly but lazy cook Kang Hyuk (Lee Ki Woo) who insists on calling Eun Bi his wife!

This edition includes press conference, location shooting, and outtakes..
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Let’s Make Laugh II

Let's Make Laugh II
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Bar none, the most popular Shaw Brothers film of 1983 was Let’s Make Laugh, a rousing comedy starring Kenny Bee and Cecillia Yip, that earned director Alfred Cheung (All’s Well, Ends Well 1997, Manhattan Midnight) Best Screenplay honors at the 3rd Annual Hong Kong Film Awards. Following up his success, Cheung returns with the 1985 sequel, Let’s Make Laugh II, a touching romantic comedy that explores the life-altering consequences of forbidden love! Shaw Brothers screen star Derek Yee Tung-Sing (Buddha’s Palm, Legend of the Bat) headlines the film as Ah Sun, a handsome, tough-as-nails bodyguard hired to protect a rich man’s son from the young man’s gay pals! During this bizarre family mission, Ah Sun meets up with the beautiful Joey (Joey Wong, from the Chinese Ghost Story films and Green Snake), a lonesome woman who just so happens to be the mistress of Ah Sun’s boss. Against their better judgment, the two star-crossed lovers fall for each other.

Everything seems wonderful and exciting at first, but when Joey learns the shocking news that she is pregnant with Ah Sun’s baby, she is forced to make a crucial choice. What will she do? And even more important, what will her rich and powerful boyfriend do when he finds out the truth about the romance between his trusted enforcer, Ah Sun and his darling Joey? Featuring acting performances by Chang Kuo Chu (The Butterfly Murders and Paul Chun Pui (Lost in Time, Alfred Cheung’s sequel, Let’s Make Laugh II is a timeless, bittersweet love story you don’t want to miss!.
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