Subtitled Films
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by Doug Anderson and Adrien Gombeaud


The following list provides information about Korean films with English subtitles that can be purchased over the internet. Films are arranged alphabetically (by English title) in separate sections covering the DVD, VCD, and VHS formats. We will do our best to update this page with information from a number of sources, but cannot guarantee its completeness or accuracy. If you have any additions or corrections to this page, please let us know (send English-language information to Doug and Korean-language information to Adrien). As far as we are aware, all of the companies listed below are reliable and provide reasonable service. However, we obviously cannot make any guarantees.

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Recent additions: Barking Dogs Never Bite (DVD), Tears (DVD), Failan (DVD & VCD), The Power of Kangwon Province (DVD), Kick the Moon (DVD), Calla (VCD), The Legend of Gingko (DVD), and Chunhyang (DVD).

DVD

The DVD format is capable of offering enhanced picture quality and sound, subtitles which can be turned on or off, and extra features such as trailers and video essays. DVDs are programmed according to regional codes: 1 - North America, 2 - Japan and Western Europe, 3 - Korea and Southeast Asia, 4 - South America and Australia, 5 - Africa, Eastern Europe and Russia, and 6 - China. Some Korean DVDs are manufactured as "All Region" discs that are compatible with DVD players from any region. Click here to learn more about DVD's.


ART MUSEUM BY THE ZOO (1998). Directed by Lee Jung-hyang. A man returns home on leave from military service to discover that his fiancee has moved out and another woman is living in his home. Against her wishes, he moves in. Starring Shim Eun-ha and Lee Sung-jae. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Rating: 15+. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: Widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo Surround. Running time: 110 min. Includes music video, still photos, cast and crew info, etc. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YeonDVD.com, YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


ATTACK THE GAS STATION [SPECTRUM DVD] (1999) Directed by Kim Sang-jin. Four young thugs decide to rob a gas station. When they find it has no money, they take the workers hostage and work the pumps themselves. A comedy starring Lee Sung-jae, Yoo Oh-sung and Yoo Ji-tae. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Japanese, Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: 16:9 Widescreen. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital Surround 5.1 Ch. Running time: 110 min. Includes trailer, highlights, making of featurette, and music video. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. Note that the picture is slightly stretched horizontally -- for 4:3 televisions, set TV mode to 16:9 and the picture will display correctly (click for more details). SOURCES: DVDAsian.com, YesAsia.com.


ATTACK THE GAS STATION [MEI AH] (1999) Directed by Kim Sang-jin. Four young thugs decide to rob a gas station. When they find it has no money, they take the workers hostage and work the pumps themselves. A comedy starring Lee Sung-jae, Yoo Oh-sung and Yoo Ji-tae. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, traditional and simplified Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: 4:3 FULL SCREEN. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital Surround 5.1 Ch. Running time: 110 min. From Edko Video in Hong Kong. (click for more details). SOURCES: YesAsia.com.


BARKING DOGS NEVER BITE (2000) Directed by Bong Joon-ho. A stressed-out university lecturer snaps one night at the incessant barking of a neighbor's puppy. A twisted comedy and social satire starring Bae Doo-na and Lee Sung-jae. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Rating: 12+. Subtitles: English. Aspect ratio: 16:9. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 5.1 & Dolby Digital Stereo. Includes Trailer, Bae Doona Interview, Director's Commentary, Cast & Crew Info, Story Board, "Making Of" Featurette, and Original Soundtrack. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. Viewer comments: 1. SOURCES: YeonDVD.com.


BEAT (1997). Directed by Kim Sung-soo. Based on a comic book, this film tells the story of four X-generation teens. A film that defined a generation much like Easy Rider did for Americans in the late 1960s. Starring Chung Woo-sung, Ko So-young, Yoo Oh-sung. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: 16:9. Running time: 114 min. SOURCES: AsianDB.com, DVDAsian.com.


BEDROOM AND COURTROOM (1998). Directed by Kang Woo-suk. A woman sues her husband's company for depriving her of a sex life. The litigation eventually turns to a war between husband and wife. Starring Ahn Sung-ki, Moon Sung-keun, Shim Hye-jin and Hwang Shin-hye. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Chinese, Japanese and Korean (removable). Aspect ratio: Widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Surround, 2.0 Stereo Surround. Running time: 116 min. Includes still photos, cast and crew info, and original soundtrack. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


BICHUNMOO (2000) - S.E. Directed by Kim Young-jun. Set in China during the Yuan Dynasty. Sullie, the illegitimate daughter of a Mongol general, falls in love with Jinha, a man of lowly birth who studies the art of Bichunmoo swordplay. A swordplay fantasy starring Kim Hee-sun and Shin Hyun-june. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Rating: 12+. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: Widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, DTS / Dolby Digital 5.1 Ch / 2.0 Stereo Surround. Running time: 125 min + 116 min of extras. Two-disc set includes trailer, music video, cast and crew info, NG clips, 65-minute making-of feature, original soundtrack, etc. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 , 2 , 3 SOURCES: YeonDVD.com, DVDAsian.com, YesAsia.com.


BLACK HONEYMOON (1999). Directed by Na Hong-kyun. A group of newlyweds travel to Cheju-do on a honeymoon package tour. All is going more or less well until one husband gets drunk, staggers into the wrong room and makes love to the wrong woman. The next morning, he is found dead on the beach... A mystery/horror film starring Cha Seung-won, Chung Sun-kyung, Hwang In-sung, etc. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Rating: 18+. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: Widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 5.1ch Surround, Dolby Digital 2.0. Running time: 94 min + 53 min of supplements. Includes trailer, cast and crew info, original soundtrack, interviews, etc. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. SOURCES: DVDAsian.com.


BUNGEE JUMPING OF THEIR OWN (2001). Directed by Kim Dae-seung. Two university students fall in love in the early 1980s. On the day he leaves for military service, and his girlfriend is nowhere to be seen. 20 years later, the man is married to another woman... A "fusion melodrama" starring Lee Byung-heon and Lee Eun-ju. // Codes: ALL. Rating: 15+. Subtitles: English, Chinese, Japanese (removable). Aspect ratio: 1.85:1. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 5.1. Running time: 101 min. Includes director's commentary, music video, cast interviews and photos, original screenplay, etc. From Atlanta DVD in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YeonDVD.com, YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


CHANNEL 69 (1996). Directed by Lee Jeong-guk. An ex-journalist teams with a group of computer hackers and an aspiring actress to broadcast a porn channel over the 9:00 News. What begins as fun gradually evolves into an attack on mainstream media and the government. Starring Shin Hyun-june, Choi Sun-mi, and Hong Kyung-in. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English (removable). Subtitle quality: good. Aspect ratio: 4:3. Running time: 101 min. SOURCES: AsianDB.com, DVDAsian.com.


CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST (1998) Directed by Hur Jin-ho. A photographer with a terminal illness befriends a meter reader who comes often to his shop. Starring Han Suk-kyu and Shim Eun-ha. // Codes: Marked as Region 3, but it has been confirmed as working on Regions 1 and 4 as well. Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: (letterbox). Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround. Running time: 97 min. From Edko Video in Hong Kong. Viewer comments: 1. SOURCES: YesAsia, Poker, DVDAsian.com.


CHUNHYANG (2000) Directed by Im Kwon-taek. A love story based on a traditional Korean folk tale, and narrated with pansori folk singing. Starring Lee Hyo-jeong and Cho Seung-woo. // Codes: REGION 1. Rating: R. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: 1.85:1. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 2.0. Running time: 120 min (shortened international version). Includes trailers. From New Yorker Films in USA. SOURCES: DVDAsian.com, Amazon.


DITTO (2000). Directed by Kim Jung-kwon. A woman in 1979 begins a correspondence over HAM radio with a student who goes to the same university. One day she discovers that a supernatural twist of fate will keep her from ever meeting him. A melodrama starring Yoo Ji-tae, Kim Hanul and Ha Ji-won. // Codes: ALL. Rating: 12+. Subtitles: English, Chinese, Japanese (removable). Aspect ratio: Widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 5.0 ch, 2.0 Stereo Surround. Running time: 111 min. Includes trailer, music video, still photos, cast and crew info, etc. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. SOURCES: YeonDVD.com, DVDAsian.com, YesAsia.com.


FAILAN (2001). Directed by Song Hae-sung. A story about an illegal immigrant from China and the man she marries to receive a work permit. A stylish melodrama starring Choi Min-shik and Cecilia Cheung. // Codes: All Region. Subtitles: English and traditional Chinese. Aspect ratio: Anamorphic widescreen. Audio: Korean and Mandarin, Dolby Digital. Running time: 115 min. Includes cast and crew information. From China Star (HK) SOURCES: YesAsia.com


THE FOUL KING (2000) Directed by Kim Jee-woon. (Korean title: "Ban-chik-wang") A shy banker decides to learn pro-wrestling, partly to escape the headlocks put upon him by his manic bank manager. Starring Song Kang-ho, Chang Jin-young, and Park Sang-myun. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Japanese and Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital Surround 5.1 ch/ 2.0 Stereo Surround. Running time: 112 min, plus 72 minutes of bonus materials. Includes trailer, music video, director's commentary audio track (Korean only), cast info, "making of" documentary, story board, photo outtakes, etc. Special edition contains a Foul King swimming cap. From Spectrum Video in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YeonDVD.com, YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com, Poker.


GHOST IN LOVE (1999) Directed by Lee Kwang-hoon. (Korean title: "Cha-gui-mo") After dying, a young woman becomes a member of a group of souls who have all committed suicide. Starring Kim Hee-sun, Lee Sung-jae, Chang Jin-young and Cha Seung-won. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English and Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital Surround 5.1/ 2.0 Stereo Surround. Running time: 126 min. Includes trailer, music video, cast info, etc. From Spectrum Video in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: Poker, DVDAsian.com.


THE GINGKO BED (1996) Directed by Kang Jae-gyu. A college instructer is happy with his life until he meets a mysterious woman from the past, who says she was his lover in a previous life. Starring Han Suk-kyu, Jin Hee-kyung, Shin Hyun-june and Shim Hye-jin. // Codes: ALL. Rating: 15+. Subtitles: English, Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: Fullscreen. Audio: Cantonese, Mandarin (NO KOREAN SOUNDRACK). Running time: 88 min. From Universe DVD in Hong Kong. SOURCES: DVDAsian.com.


THE GINGKO BED 2 (see Legend of Gingko below)


GREEN FISH (1997). Directed by Lee Chang-dong. A man returns from his oligatory military duty to find his hometown changed by Korea's rapid industrialization. Eventually he becomes a gang member to earn money. Starring Han Suk-kyu, Moon Sung-keun, Shim Hye-jin and Song Kang-ho. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Chinese, Japanese (removable). Aspect ratio: Widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Surround, 2.0 Stereo Surround. Running time: 111 min. Includes still photos, cast and crew info, and a making of featurette. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


HAPPY END (1999). Directed by Jung Ji-woo. A husband loses his job and begins spending his days at home, while his wife is secretly having an affair with an old boyfriend. Starring Jeon Do-yeon, Choi Min-shik and Joo Jin-mo. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Rating: 18+. Subtitles: English, Traditional and Simplified Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: letterbox. Audio: Korean, Dolby 5.0 Surround. Running time: 100 min. Includes trailer, cast info, etc. From Universe Laser in Hong Kong. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


THE HOLE (1997) Korean title: Olgami. Directed by Kim Sung-hong. A new bride falls victim to her obsessively protective mother-in-law. A thriller/horror film starring Choi Ji-woo, Park Yong-woo and Yoon So-jung. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Rating: 18+. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: Widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 5.1. Running time: 100 min + 45 min of extras. Includes cast and crew info, making of featurette, press conference, original soundtrack. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. SOURCES: DVDAsian.com, YesAsia.com.


THE HUMANIST (2001). Directed by Lee Mu-young. The son of a wealthy businessman decides to co-opt his two friends into kidnapping his father for ransom. All does not go according to plan, however... A truly gross black comedy starring An Jae-mo, Kang Sung-jin and Park Sang-myun. // Codes: ALL. Rating: 18+. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: 1.85:1. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 5.1. Running time: 100 min. Includes theatrical trailer, music video, cast interviews and making of featurette. From Saerom Entertainment in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: DVDAsian.com.


IL MARE (2000) Directed by Lee Hyun-seung. A beautifully-shot melodrama shot on Kanghwa Island, about two people living two years apart who are able to communicate through letters. Starring Jeon Ji-hyun and Lee Jung-jae. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: letterbox. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital Surround 5.1/ 2.0 Stereo Surround. Running time: 97 min. Includes two trailers, music video and cast info. From Spectrum Video in Korea. Note that the picture is slightly stretched horizontally -- for 4:3 televisions, set TV mode to 16:9 and the picture will display correctly (click for more details). Viewer comments: 1. SOURCES: DVDAsian.com, YesAsia.com.


INTERVIEW (2000) Directed by Daniel H. Byun (Byun Hyuk). Asia's first Dogme film, about a group of filmmakers assembling a documentary and the director who falls in love with one of his interviewees. Starring Shim Eun-ha and Lee Jung-jae. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Japanese, Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: 16:9 widescreen. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital Surround 5.1. Running time: 108 min. Includes trailer, making of featurette, music video, and unsubtitled video essay. From Spectrum Video in Korea. Note that the picture is slightly stretched horizontally -- for 4:3 televisions, set TV mode on your DVD player to 16:9 and the picture will display correctly. Note also that there are two versions of this film: this is the domestic version, which is somewhat shorter and which contains a different ending. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


THE ISLE (2000). Directed by Kim Ki-duk. A woman operates a remote fishing area, selling bait and occasionally her body to the men who come to fish. One day an ex-cop on the run from the law comes to the fishing grounds to hide... Starring Seo Jung and Kim Yoo-seok. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Rating: 18+. Subtitles: English, Traditional and Simplified Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: letterbox. Audio: Korean. Running time: 100 min. Includes trailer, cast and director info, etc. From Universe Laser in Hong Kong. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


JAKARTA (2000) Directed by Jung Chosin. Three different groups of crooks all decide to rob the same bank on the same day. A comedy/thriller starring Kim Sang-joong, Lim Chang-jung, Yoon Da-hoon, Jin Hee-kyung, and Lee Jae-eun. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Korean (removable). Aspect ratio: Anamorphic widescreen 16:9. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital AC-3 5.1ch/ Dolby Digital Stero S.R. Running time: 96 min. Includes trailer, music video, Korean-language screenplay (PC only), 'making of' featurette, director and cast info. From Media Bank in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 , 2 SOURCES: YeonDVD.com, DVDAsian.com.


KICK THE MOON (2001) Directed by Kim Sang-jin. Two former classmates, a physical education teacher and a gangster, find themselves on opposite ends of a rivalry for the affections of a young woman who runs a noodle shop. Starring Lee Sung-jae, Cha Seung-wan and Kim Hye-soo. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Rating: 15+. Subtitles: English, Korean (removable). Aspect ratio: 16:9 anamorphic widescreen. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 5.1. Running time: 118 min. Includes trailers, music video, director's audio track, deleted scenes, interviews, making-of featurette, etc. From 20th Century Fox Korea. SOURCES: DVDAsian.com, Poker.


LA BELLE (2000) Directed by Yeo Kyun-dong. (Korean title: "Mi-in") A writer begins living with a beautiful nude model, yet as his feelings for her grow into obsession, she continues to meet her old boyfriend. Starring Lee Ji-hyun and Oh Ji-ho. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Japanese and Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital Surround 5.1 ch. Running time: 93 min. Includes trailer, cast info, etc. From Spectrum Video in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


LAST PRESENT (2001). Directed by Oh Ki-hwan. A struggling comedian finds his relationship with his wife deteriorating, but she has a tragic secret which she tries to keep from him at any cost. Starring Lee Young-ae and Lee Jung-jae. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Subtitles: English, Korean (removable). Aspect ratio: Anamorphic widescreen 16:9/ 4:3. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 5.0. Running time: 110 min. Includes theatrical trailer, music video, making of featurette, etc. From 20th Century Fox Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: DVDAsian.com, coming soon to YesAsia.com.


THE LEGEND OF GINGKO (2000) Directed by Park Je-hyun. A fantasy-epic centering on the struggles between two tribes, Hawk and Volcano, and the loves and rivalries that are spawned as a result. Starring Sol Kyung-gu, Choi Jin-shil, Kim Seok-hoon, Kim Yoon-jin and Lee Mi-sook. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Rating: 15+. Subtitles: English, Korean, Japanese (removable). Aspect ratio: 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 5.1 surround/2.0 surround. Running time: 117 min (film plus extras). Includes cast and crew info, trailer, outtakes, deleted scenes, music video, original soundtrack, still photos, etc. From CJ Entertainment in Korea. SOURCES: YesAsia.com.


LES INSURGES (1999) a.k.a. LEE JAE-SOO'S REBELLION or THE UPRISING. Directed by Park Kwang-soo. Based on an actual uprising in the early 20th century on Cheju Island, where a group of locals rebelled against the government and the influence of Catholic missionaries. Starring Lee Jung-jae, and Shim Eun-ha. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean (removable). Aspect ratio: Widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital, 2.0 Stereo. Running time: 101 min. Includes trailer, still photos, highlights, cast and crew info. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


LIBERA ME (2000) Directed by Yang Yoon-ho. A Hollywood-style action thriller about a group of firefighters, set in Pusan. Starring Choi Min-soo, Yu Gee-tae, Cha Seung-won, Kim Kyu-ri, and Park Sang-myun. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: 4:3. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital Surround 5.1. Running time: 120 min. Two-disk set includes trailers, 'making of' feature, director/cast info, music video, Q & A, and character guide (all in Korean). From Saerom Entertainment in Korea. SOURCES: DVDAsian.com, YesAsia.com.


LOVE (1999). Directed by Lee Jang-soo. Shot in L.A., about a marathoner who gives up his sport, and the woman he falls in love with. Starring Ko So-young, Chung Woo-sung. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Subtitles: English, Korean, Chinese (removable). Subtitle quality: poor. Aspect ratio: 16:9 (widescreen). Running time: 99 min. Viewer comments: 1. SOURCES: YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


LOVE BAKERY (2000) a.k.a. THE WIFE IN ROMANCE. Directed by Park Hun-soo. (Korean title: "Ju No-myung Bakery") A baker worries incessently about his wife's melancholy. When she seems to take a romantic interest in a regular customer, he encourages it in hopes of making her happy. Starring Choi Min-soo, Hwang Shin-hye, Lee Mi-yeon and Yeo Kyun-dong. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: letterbox. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital Surround 5.1/ 2.0 Stereo Surround. Running time: 108 min. Includes trailer, making of featurette, cast interviews, and video essay (all unsubtitled). From Spectrum Video in Korea. Note that the picture is slightly stretched horizontally -- for 4:3 televisions, set TV mode on DVD player to 16:9 and the picture will display correctly. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YeonDVD.com, Poker, DVDAsian.com.


LOVE HER (2001). Directed by Park Sung-il. An adaption of the the French film Betty Blue (1986) by Jean- Jacques Beineix, set in Korea. Starring Kim Tae-yeon (Lies), Lee Joo-hyun and Kwon Min-joong. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Korean (removable). Aspect ratio: Anamorphic widescreen 16:9. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital AC-3 5.1CH, Dolby Digital Stereo S.R. Running time: 93 min. Includes theatrical trailer, adult trailer, music video, making of featurette, etc. From Media Bank in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


LOVE WIND, LOVE SONG (1999) Directed by Park Dae-young. A man from Seoul hopes to escape his troubles with a trip to Cheju Island, where he meets a local tour guide. A melodrama starring Chang Dong-gun, and Ko So-young. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Chinese, Japanese (removable). Aspect ratio: Widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Surround, 2.0 Stereo. Running time: 97 min. Includes trailer, still photos, cast and crew info, and complete soundtrack. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


MEMENTO MORI (1999) Directed by Kim Tae-yong and Min Kyu-dong. An atmospheric horror movie/drama set in a girls' high school. A student finds a diary which reveals an intimate relationship between two other female students. Starring Park Eh-jin, Kim Min-sun, and Lee Young-jin. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Rating: 12+. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: Widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Surround 5.1. Running time: 98 min. Includes cast and crew info, trailer, original soundtrack. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 SOURCES: YeonDVD.com, DVDAsian.com, YesAsia.com.


MY HEART (2000) Directed by Bae Chang-ho. (Korean title: "Jeong") A period film which traces a woman's life from her early marriage to her late middle ages. At the same time the film is an exploration of the emotion which Koreans refer to as "Jeong." Starring Kim Yoo-mi and Kim Myung-gon. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Japanese and Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Pro Logic/ 2.0 Stereo Surround. Running time: 116 min. Includes trailer, cast and crew info, director's commentary audio track (Korean only), information about the film. From Spectrum Video in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


NO. 3 (1997). Directed by Song Neung-han. A comic sendup of gangsters, cops and poets. One of the classic Korean films from the late 1990s. Starring Han Suk-kyu, Choi Min-shik, Lee Mi-yeon, Song Kang-ho and Park Sang-myun. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Subtitles: English, Chinese, Japanese (removable). Aspect ratio: Widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 5.1 ch, 2.0 Stereo Surround. Running time: 109 min. Includes still photos, cast and crew info, and video essay. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YeonDVD.com, YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


NOWHERE TO HIDE (1999) Directed by Lee Myung-Se. An action/art film constructed around the pursuit of a deceptive killer. Starring Park Joong-hoon, Ahn Sung-ki and Chang Dong-gun. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Japanese, Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: 16:9 widescreen. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital Surround 5.1/ 2.0 Stereo Surround. Running time: 112 min. Includes trailer, highlights, making of featurette, and music video. From Spectrum Video in Korea. Note that the picture is slightly stretched horizontally -- for 4:3 televisions, set TV mode to 16:9 and the picture will display correctly (click for more details). This is the domestic release, which is considerably longer than the version released in the U.S. SOURCES: YeonDVD.com, DVDAsian.com, YesAsia.com.


NUDL NUDE (1999). Directed by various artists. A collection of slightly comic erotic short animation (14 works). // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Japanese, Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: 4:3. Audio: Korean, Dolby Surround. Running time: 52 min. Includes gallery, production notes. From Cinexus in Korea. SOURCES: YesAsia.com.


NUDL NUDE 2 (2000). Directed by various artists. A further release of 15 erotic animated shorts. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Japanese, Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: 4:3. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital Surround. Running time: 70 min. Includes gallery, production notes. From Cinexus in Korea. SOURCES: YesAsia.com.


PEPPERMINT CANDY (2000) Directed by Lee Chang-dong. A soul-searching backpedal through 20 years of a man's life, reflecting the changes that have wrought Korean society over that period. Starring Sul Kyung-gu, Moon So-ri, and Kim Yeo-jin. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Korean and Japanese (removable). Aspect ratio: 4:3. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital. Running time: 127 min. From Alto Media in Korea. SOURCES: DVDAsian.com.


THE POWER OF KANGWON PROVINCE (1998) Directed by Hong Sang-soo. An interlocking story about a couple who call off their affair and their separate trips to Kangwon Province in eastern Korea. Starring Baek Jong-hak and Oh Yoon-hong. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Rating: 18+. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: 4:3. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 5.1ch. Running time: 108 min. Includes cast and crew info, trailers. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. SOURCES: YeonDVD.com, YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


THE PYONGYANG CIRCUS (2000). A performance of the Pyongyang Circus Troupe during their visit to Seoul in early 2000. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Chinese, Japanese (removable). Aspect ratio: 4:3. SOURCES: DVDAsian.com.


REAL FICTION (2000). Directed by Kim Ki-duk. A portrait artist is frustrated with his life and having a terrible day, and finally he snaps. He goes on a murderous rampage throughout the city. This film was shot without retakes of any kind, in a total of 3 hours. Starring Joo Jin-mo // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: 4:3. Running time: 95 min. SOURCES: AsianDB.com, DVDAsian.com.


THE RING VIRUS (1999). Directed by Kim Dong-bin. An official Korean remake of the Japanese horror film, Ring. Starring Shin Eun-kyung, Jung Jin-young. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Japanese (removable). Subtitle quality: good. Aspect ratio: 16:9. Running time: 110 min. Viewer comments: 1. SOURCES: AsianDB.com, DVDAsian.com.


SECRET TEARS (2000) Directed by Park Ki-hyung. A man is driving home when he hits a high school student. Miraculously, she lives, but she is left with no memory of her past. He takes her in, only to discover that she has a strange psychic ability. Starring Kim Seung-woo and Yoon Mi-jo. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Rating: 15+. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: Widescreen (enhanced for 16:9 TVs). Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 5.1CH / 2.0. Running time: 108 min. Includes cast and crew info, trailer, music video, original soundtrack, making of featurette. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YesAsia.com.


SHIRI [SPECIAL EDITION, BITWIN] (1999) Directed by Kang Jae-gyu. The top-selling Korean movie of all time. A group of North Korean terrorists infiltrate the South with plans to ignite a second Korean war. Starring Han Suk-kyu, Choi Min-shik, Kim Yoon-jin and Song Kang-ho. From Bitwin in Korea. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Japanese, Korean (removable). Aspect ratio: 1.85:1 Anamorphic Widescreen. Audio: DTS, Dolby Digital 5.1ch surround. Running time: disc one: 120 min, disc two: 110 min. Includes "director's cut" (one minute of additional material), trailers, music video, Making of Shiri, interviews, NG scenes, gun index, English language cast and director's profile, etc. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


SHIRI [EDKO VIDEO] (1999) Directed by Kang Jae-gyu. The top-selling Korean movie of all time. A group of North Korean terrorists infiltrate the South with plans to ignite a second Korean war. Starring Han Suk-kyu, Choi Min-shik, Kim Yoon-jin and Song Kang-ho. From Edko Video in Hong Kong. // Codes: NEW PRESSING IS REGION 3 ONLY. Subtitles: English, Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: (letterbox). Audio: DTS, Dolby Digital 5.1. Running time: 120 min. Includes a 15-min 'Making of' feature and five minutes of NG scenes. SOURCES: YesAsia, Poker, DVDAsian.com.


THE SIREN (2000). Directed by Lee Ju-yeop. A firefighting film focused around the rivalry between one fighterfighter who recklessly risks his life and another who argues for restraint. Starring Shin Hyun-june, Chang Jin-young and Jung Jun-ho. // Codes: ALL. Rating: 12+. Subtitles: English, Japanese (removable). Aspect ratio: 16:9 widescreen. Audio: Korean, Dolby 5.0/ 2.0 Dolby Digital. Running time: 96 min + 91 minutes of bonus materials. Includes trailer, making of featurette, cast interviews, set construction, etc. From Daum Media in Korea. SOURCES: DVDAsian.com.


THE SOUL GUARDIANS (1998). Directed by Park Kwang-choon. The orphaned daughter of a woman involved in a cult learns that Satan is pursuing her for evil ends. Starring Choo Sang-mi, Ahn Sung-ki, Shin Hyun-june. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Chinese. Aspect ratio: (letterbox). Running time: 97 min. From Hong Kong. SOURCES: Poker, DVDAsian.com.


SPRING IN MY HOMETOWN (1999). Directed by Lee Kwangmo. A portrait of life in a small town during the Korean war. Very slow paced, with impressive visuals. Starring Ahn Sung-ki, Song Ok-sook, Yoo Oh-sung. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English (removable). Subtitle quality: good. Aspect ratio: 16:9, 2.35:1. Running time: 124 min. Viewer comments: 1. SOURCES: YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


TEARS (2001). Directed by Im Sang-soo. A gritty drama that follows the lives of four young teenage runaways in the Garibong-dong district of Seoul. The movie stars a group of young actors in their film debut. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Rating: 18+. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: 1.85:1. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround. Running time: 105 mins. Includes music video, director & actor interviews, audio commentary, stills. From Atlanta Contents Group. SOURCES: YeonDVD.com, YesAsia.com, AsianDB.com.


TELL ME SOMETHING [SPECTRUM DVD] (1999) Directed by Chang Yoon-hyun. A serial killer is leaving body parts in plastic bags around Seoul. Detective Cho discovers that the victims are all connected with one woman. Starring Han Suk-kyu and Shim Eun-ha. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English, Japanese, Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: 16:9 widescreen. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital Surround 5.1ch / 2.0 Stereo Surround. Running time: 117 min. Includes trailer, highlights, making of featurette, and music video. From Spectrum DVD in Korea. Note that the picture is slightly stretched horizontally -- for 4:3 televisions, set TV mode to 16:9 and the picture will display correctly (click for more details). SOURCES: DVDAsian.com, YesAsia.com.


TELL ME SOMETHING [EDKO VIDEO] (1999) Directed by Chang Yoon-hyun. A serial killer is leaving body parts in plastic bags around Seoul. Detective Cho discovers that the victims are all connected with one woman. Starring Han Suk-kyu and Shim Eun-ha. // Codes: Marked as Region 3, but it is actually an all-region disc. Subtitles: English, Chinese (removable). Aspect ratio: letterbox. Audio: Korean or Cantonese, Dolby 5.1. Running time: 117 min. Includes trailer, director/cast info, photo gallery, music video, and four postcards. From Edko Video in Hong Kong. This is the uncut version. SOURCES: YesAsia, Poker, DVDAsian.com.


VIRGIN STRIPPED BARE BY HER BACHELORS (2000) Directed by Hong Sang-soo. (Korean title: Oh! Soo-jung) Shot in black and white, an art film about a woman named Soo-jung and the two men who try to get her into bed. Starring Lee Eun-ju, Jung Bo-seok and Moon Sung-keun. // Codes: REGION 3 ONLY. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: letterbox. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital Surround 5.1/ 2.0 Stereo Surround. Running time: 126 min. Includes trailer, making of featurette, and unsubtitled video essay. From Spectrum Video in Korea. Note that the picture is slightly stretched horizontally -- for 4:3 televisions, set TV mode on DVD player to 16:9 and the picture will display correctly. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: YeonDVD.com, YesAsia.com, DVDAsian.com.


WHITE BADGE (1992) Directed by Chung Ji-young. A war drama about a group of Korean soldiers who serve in the Vietnam War, and the lasting effects of their experiences. Starring Ahn Sung-ki, Lee Kyung-young, Shim Hye-jin. // Codes: ALL. Rating: 15+. Subtitles: English (*burned in*). Aspect ratio: letterbox. Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 2.0-Channel Stereo . Running time: 122 min. From Vanguard Cinema in USA. Viewer comments: 1 SOURCES: DVDAsian.com.


WHY HAS BODHI-DHARMA LEFT FOR THE EAST? (1989). Directed by Bae Yong-kyun. An intensely slow-paced meditation on Buddhism and life. The film focuses on three generations of monks, and features some gorgeous cinematography. // Codes: ALL. Subtitles: English (burned in). Aspect ratio: 1.77:1. Running time: 137 min. SOURCES: Bigstar, DVDAsian.com.


THE WIFE IN ROMANCE (See Love Bakery, above.)


YELLOW HAIR 2 (2001) Directed by Kim Yoo-min. J, a nightclub singer and Y, a convenience store clerk are forced to go on the run after an outbreak of violence at the convenience store. The two become closer, but J has a secret which she is reluctant to reveal. Starring Korea's first transgender star Ha Ri-soo, Shin Yi. // Codes: ALL. Rating: 18+. Subtitles: English (removable). Aspect ratio: Widescreen anamorphic (1.85:1). Audio: Korean, Dolby Digital 5.1. Running time: 102 min. Includes trailer, music video, cast and crew interviews, making of featurette, etc. From Saerom Entertainment in Korea. SOURCES: DVDAsian.com.


YONGGARY (1999) a.k.a. REPTILIAN. Directed by Shim Hyung-rae. An English-language monster flick about an ambitious group of scientists who uncover a gigantic fossil 50 times larger than Tyrannosaurus. They begin to excavate, but suddenly a green light from the sky causes the monster to awaken. Starring Dan Cashman, Bruce Cornwell, Dennis Howard. // Codes: REGION 1 ONLY. Rating: PG-13. Subtitles: English, Spanish, Portugese (removable). Aspect ratio: Anamorphic Widescreen (1.78:1). Audio: English, Dolby Digital 5.1. Ch Surround, Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround. Running time: 99 min. Includes trailer, production notes, photo gallery, etc. From Columbia/Tristar in USA. SOURCES: DVDAsian.com.


Video CD

A Video CD, or VCD, is a technological forerunner to the DVD with somewhat lower picture quality and no programmable features. The format has become popular throughout Asia, particularly in Hong Kong and Japan. VCD's can be played back on a computer's CD-ROM drive, in a DVD player, or in a specialized VCD player. More information about VCD's can be found at http://www.video-cds.com.


ATTACK THE GAS STATION (1999) Directed by Kim Sang-jin. Four young thugs decide to rob a gas station. When they find it has no money, they take the workers hostage and work the pumps themselves. A comedy starring Lee Sung-jae, Yoo Oh-sung and Yu Gee-tae. From Hong Kong. Korean soundtrack, Chinese and English subtitles. SOURCES: YesAsia.


CALLA (1999). Directed by Song Hae-seong. A secret admiree is given a magical second chance to avert an enigmatic tragedy and to find love. Starring Song Seung-Heon, Kim Hi-Seon, and Kim Hyeon-Joo. Subtitles: English and Chinese. Running time: 105 minutes. Audio: Korean. From Modern Audio (HK). Viewer comments: 1. Sources: YesAsia.com, Poker.


CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST (1998) Directed by Hur Jin-ho. A photographer with a terminal illness befriends a meter reader who comes often to his shop. Starring Han Suk-kyu and Shim Eun-ha. From Hong Kong, with English and Chinese subtitles. Viewer comments: 1. SOURCES: Angelpop, YesAsia.


THE CONTACT (1997) Directed by Chang Yoon-hyun. A radio producer and a young woman begin to communicate through the internet, eventually coming to rely on each other for emotional support. Starring Han Suk-kyu and Jeon Do-yeon. From Shu Kei in Hong Kong. Korean soundtrack, Chinese and English subtitles. Viewer comments: 1.SOURCES: YesAsia, Poker.


FAILAN (2001). Directed by Song Hye-sung. The story about an illegal immigrant from China and the man she marries to receive a work permit. Starring Choi Min-shik and Cecelia Cheung. // From China Star in Hong Kong. Korean soundtrack, Traditional Chinese and English subtitles. SOURCES: YesAsia.com.


THE GINGKO BED (1996) Directed by Kang Jae-gyu (Shiri). A man learns he is the reincarnation of a centuries-old musician involved in a tragic love. Starring Han Suk-gyu, Jin Hee-kyung, Shim Hye-jin and Shin Hyun-june. Dubbed into Chinese -- no Korean soundtrack. SOURCES: YesAsia.


HAPPY END (1999). Directed by Jung Ji-woo. A husband loses his job and begins spending his days at home, while his wife is secretly having an affair with an old boyfriend. Starring Jeon Do-yeon, Choi Min-shik and Joo Jin-mo. From Universe Laser in Hong Kong. Korean soundtrack, Traditional Chinese and English subtitles. SOURCES: YesAsia.


THE HARMONIUM IN MY MEMORY (1999) Directed by Lee Young-jae. A young teacher arrives in a remote village to teach elementary school. Set in Kangwon Province in the early 1960's. Starring Jeon Do-yeon, Lee Byung-hun and Lee Mi-yeon. Viewer comments: 1. SOURCES: AsianDB.com, YesAsia, Poker.


THE ISLE (2000). Directed by Kim Ki-duk. A woman operates a remote fishing area, selling bait and occasionally her body to the men who come to fish. One day an ex-cop on the run from the law comes to the fishing grounds to hide... Starring Seo Jung and Kim Yoo-seok. // From Universe Laser in Hong Kong. Korean soundtrack, Traditional Chinese and English subtitles. SOURCES: YesAsia.com.


SHIRI (1999) Directed by Kang Jae-gyu. The top-selling Korean movie of all time. A group of North Korean terrorists infiltrate the South with plans to ignite a second Korean war. Starring Han Suk-kyu, Choi Min-shik, Kim Yoon-jin and Song Kang-ho. From Edko Video in Hong Kong. English and Chinese subtitles. Contains both a Korean and a Chinese-language audio track; choose right channel for Korean. SOURCES: Angelpop, YesAsia.


SPRING IN MY HOMETOWN (1998) Directed by Lee Kwangmo. A portrait of life in a small town during the Korean war. Very slow paced, with impressive visuals. Starring Ahn Sung-ki, Song Ok-sook, Yoo Oh-sung. Note that the video version does not have subtitles. Viewer comments: 1. SOURCES: Angelpop, AsianDB.com.


TELL ME SOMETHING (1999) Directed by Chang Yoon-hyun. A serial killer is leaving body parts in plastic bags around Seoul. Detective Cho discovers that the victims are all connected with one woman. Starring Han Suk-kyu and Shim Eun-ha. From Hong Kong. This is the uncut version, not the one released in Korea. Korean and Cantonese soundtracks. SOURCES: Angelpop, YesAsia.


THEIR LAST LOVE AFFAIR (1996) Directed by Lee Myung-se (Nowhere to Hide). Chronicles an affair between a married man and a younger single woman. Starring Kang Su-youn. Dubbed into Chinese -- no Korean soundtrack. SOURCES: YesAsia.


Videocassette (VHS)

Korean VCRs use the NTSC (VHS) format also found in Japan and the U.S. Unless noted otherwise,
the following videos should all be compatible with U.S. or Japanese-made VHS equipment.


301/302 (1996) Directed by Park Chul-soo (Push! Push!). An interesting if somewhat gruesome exploration of eating disorders and gender issues. Starring Hwang Shin-hye and Pang Eun-jin. SOURCES: Bigstar.


ARMAGEDDON (1996) Directed by Lee Hyeon-se. A sci-fi animated feature about the Omega Program, which through the use of supercomputers created human life, and a life-threatening battle that ensued. Dubbed into English (no subtitles). SOURCES: Manga.com.


BEAT (1997) Directed by Kim Sung-soo. Based on a comic book, this film tells the story of four X-generation teens. A film that defined a generation much like Easy Rider did for Americans in the late 1960s. Starring Chung Woo-sung, Ko So-young, Yoo Oh-sung. SOURCES: Angelpop, Cineline.


THE BLUE IN YOU (1993) Directed by Lee Hyun-seung (Love Beyond Time). About two interior designers, a film that tries to raise various gender issues. Starring Ahn Sung-ki and Kang Soo-youn. I'm not sure if this is Chinese-dubbed or not. SOURCES: Bigstar.


CINEMA ON THE ROAD (1995) Directed by Jang Sun-woo (Lies). A documentary about the history of Korean cinema. PAL format -- EUROPE ONLY. SOURCES: Film World.


ETERNAL EMPIRE (1995) Directed by Park Chong-wan. Based on a famous novel, a period piece centered around a murder in the king's palace. See Darcy's page on the "Best 10 films of the 1990s". Starring Ahn Sung-ki and Kim Hye-soo. Dubbed into Cantonese -- no Korean soundtrack. SOURCES: Yahoo.


THE GINGKO BED (1996) Directed by Kang Jae-gyu (Shiri). A man learns he is the reincarnation of a centuries-old musician involved in a tragic love. Starring Han Suk-gyu, Jin Hee-kyung, Shim Hye-jin and Shin Hyun-june. SOURCES: Angelpop.com, KoreaPop, Cineline.


MILLIONS IN MY ACCOUNT (1996) Directed by Kim Sang-jin. An early comedy from the director of Attack the Gas Station. I'm not sure if this is Chinese-dubbed or not. Starring Park Joong-hoon. SOURCES: Bigstar.


OUT TO THE WORLD (1994) Directed by Yeo Kyun-dong. A road movie about two escaped convicts. Starring Moon Sung-keun, Lee Kyung-young and Shim Hye-jin. I'm not sure if this is Chinese-dubbed or not. SOURCES: Bigstar.


A PETAL (1996) Directed by Jang Sun-woo (Lies). A film that deals with the painful memories of the 1980 government massacre of civilians in Kwangju. Focuses on the life of one emotionally scarred girl. Starring Lee Jung-hyun, Moon Sung-keun, Choo Sang-mi. Dubbed into Cantonese -- no Korean soundtrack. SOURCES: Yahoo.


RED HAWK (1995) Directed by Shim San-il. An animated feature about an oppressive gang called the Camellia Blossoms who threaten the land of Chungwon. Dubbed into English (no subtitles). SOURCES: Manga.com.


SEOUL RAINBOW (1990) Directed by Kim Ho-sun. A young girl sells her body and soul to become famous. Dubbed into Cantonese -- no Korean soundtrack. SOURCES: Yahoo.


A SINGLE SPARK (1995) Directed by Park Kwang-soo. Based on the true story of Jeon Tae-il, a labor activist from the 1960s. Starring Hong Kyung-in and Moon Sung-keun. Dubbed into Cantonese -- no Korean soundtrack. SOURCES: Yahoo.


TIMELESS, BOTTOMLESS, BAD MOVIE (1997) Directed by Jang Sun-woo (Lies). A documentary-style film about (and partly shot by) the lives of street kids and teenagers. This is a pretty hard-hitting film. I'm not sure if this is the uncut version or the edited domestic release. SOURCES: KoreaPop.


TO YOU, FROM ME (1994) Directed by Jang Sun-woo (Lies). Based on a novel by the same man who wrote the inspiration for Lies. About a woman who moves in with a novelist. Starring Moon Sung-keun, Jung Sun-kyung, and Yeo Kyun-dong. Again, I'm not sure if this is the uncut version or the domestic release. SOURCES: KoreaPop


WANTED (1997) Directed by Chung Hung-soon. Starring Park Joong-hoon and Steve Baston. Dubbed into Cantonese. SOURCES: Yahoo.


WHITE BADGE (1992) Directed by Chung Ji-young. A war drama about a group of Korean soldiers who serve in the Vietnam War, and the lasting effects of their experiences. Starring Ahn Sung-ki, Lee Kyung-young, Shim Hye-jin. Running time: 122 min. From Vanguard Cinema in USA. SOURCES: Amazon.


WHY HAS BODHI-DHARMA LEFT FOR THE EAST? (1989) Directed by Bae Yong-kyun. An intensely slow-paced meditation on Buddhism and life. The film focuses on three generations of monks, and features some gorgeous cinematography. SOURCES: World Festival of Foreign Films




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