riding on the "hallyu" movement -
the globalization of Korean dramas (K-dramas).
Whether it's Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, China
or the U.S., viewers who watch Korean dramas
are enamored by the "real" acting
and fascinating stories that unfold before
are a refreshing change for many, and some,
like Winter Sonata, take them back to first
loves. Others like, Dae Jang Geum, tell
about history in a fascinating way with rich
costumes and realistic sets.
some viewers may find them too
"mild" for their taste, many others
will be thrilled to find tasteful, endearing
programming that reels them in and leaves them
wanting more...and more...and more....and then
they're hooked only to find that they are part
of the "hallyu" movement.
you are interested in buying Korean dramas, be
careful where you buy them. Buying from
eBay and other sites may be less expensive,
but as the saying goes "you get what you
personal experience, buying off of eBay or
other sites usually results in bootleg or
illegal copies of the dramas which results in
poor picture quality. Some bootleg
copies also have very poor English subtitles,
ranging from jibberish to excessive foul
language. The only site we use and
recommend, because of the excellent quality of
the DVDs and English subtitles, is YesAsia.com.
YesAsia.com is the only authorized distributor
of Korean DVDs in North America.
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To List of Dramas
In Ha ~ Lee
Min Su Yon (Angela) ~ Song
Jung Won ~ Ji
Suh Jin Hee ~ Park
As a young boy, In
Ha learns the "art" of cheating at cards,
while helping his uncle. He also become proficient
at getting into trouble, which seems to follow him
everywhere, whether he wants it or not.
To his dismay,
cards seem to be his only hope in escaping the trouble
of his youth, but they bring him nothing but pain.
Instead of letting this "talent" get him down,
he turns his pain into perserverance and
It's a sad story
of good trying to triumph, but evil keeps staying alive
- sabotaging his every effort at a "normal"
- this would be
excellent except for the violence and the
"American" extras overact (i.e., can't act).
This is a "must see" for men.
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