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Second LEE Chang-dong DVD Collection

2007/04/23 | Permalink | Source

Internationally acclaimed director Lee Chang-dong's three films: "Green Fish" (Chorok Moolgogi, 1996), "Peppermint Candy" (Bakhasatang, 1999) and "Oasis" (2002) will be released as a DVD box set at the end of April or early May by Taewon Entertainment.

A couple of years back, LEE's previous DVD collection was highly anticipated because his first two films were no longer available on DVD; the company which held the rights to the films had gone bankrupt. With the DVD collection the rights to the films had been resolved.

LEE joined the ROH administration as the minister of Culture and Tourism after Oasis. There has been great world wide anticipation for his next film Secret Sunshine (Milyang) which resulted in the invitation by the Cannes Film Festival. Secret Sunshine will open in Korean cinemas in May.

Yi Ch'ang-ho (KOFIC)

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