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[Upcoming DVD Releases] Korean Movies "Miss and Mrs. Cops" and "Romang"

2019/09/25 | Permalink | Source

Korean movies "Miss and Mrs. Cops" and "Romang" are available to preorder on DVD with English subtitles from YESASIA.

"Miss and Mrs. Cops" (2018)

Directed by Jung Da-won

With Ra Mi-ran, Lee Sung-kyung, Yoon Sang-hyun, Choi Soo-young, Yum Hye-ran, Wi Ha-joon,...

Formerly known as "Girl Cops"
Synopsis
The story of a female police officer who used to work on the police squad, but moves to the Public Service Center after getting married. She teams up with her sister-in-law to solve a case when a revenge porn victim commits suicide.

Release date in Korea : 2019/05/09

DVD with English subtitles

Order from YESASIA

 

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"Romang" (2019)

Directed by Lee Chang-geun

With Lee Soon-jae, Jung Young-sook, Jo Han-chul, Bae Hae-sun, Lee Ye-won-I, Jin Seon-kyu,...

Synopsis
75 year old Jo Nam-bong and 71 year old Lee Mae-ja have dementia. They've been married for 45 years and they are alike in all ways, mentally and physically. Now they live like they are the only two in the world. Everyday their memories blur, but the romance they had forgotten comes back to them more clearly.

Release date in Korea : 2019/04/03


DVD with English subtitles

Order from YESASIA

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