Sassy Girl Chunhyang TV Series (HK Version) (9discs)


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Product Information
Also Known As:Sassy Girl Chun-hyang, Sassy Girl, Chun Hyang, Delightful Girl Choon Hyang
Director:Jeon Gi-Sang, Ji Byeong-Hyeon
Country of Origin:South Korea
Genre:TV, Drama, Romance
Language:Korean, Mandarin
Subtitles:English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
Sound:Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
Release Date:Aug 08, 2005
Product Made In:Hong Kong
Aspect Ratio:1.33:1
Case:Keep Case


HK Version K-Drama DVD
HK Version K-Drama DVD does not have good quality English subtitles. Incorrect grammar and typos are found and sometimes the translation has serious defects. If English subtitles matter, please buy another one.


Product Details
Region Code: All, NTSC
Single Side Dual Layer
Audio: Korean, Mandarin

Bonus: Feature behind the scenes.
About Sassy Girl Chunhyang TV Series
Broadcast: January 3, 2005 ~ March 1, 2005
Total 16 episodes

"Sassy Girl, Chun-hyang is the 2005 hilarious interpretation of the Legend of Chun-hyang. The story begins when Lee Mong-ryong is transferred from Seoul to a high school in Namwon, North Jeolla Province. Chun-hyang does her best to help Mong-ryong, her first love and the son of the Namwon Police Station chief, to enter a prestigious university. However, after meeting with Mong-ryongs first love, Chae-rin, Mong-ryongs love toward Chun-hyang is shattered, although Chun-hyangs love remains unwavering.

One day, Byeon Hak-do, CEO of a famous entertainment company, appears in her life. He exudes confidence that he can make any woman fall for him. But as Chun-hyang shows no interest in him, his self-esteem is damaged profoundly. Byeon Hak-do is determined to make her love him.

The production team of this drama says they wanted to present a whole new image of Chun-hyang in line with modern times as she is an attractive female character who showed courage in choosing her love in the Joseon period, when Confucianism was a dominant value.

This fusion-style drama makes various new attempts in terms of genre, such as mixing rap with Pansori (Korean opera) for background music.

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