DVD RC0 (playable in all DVD-players), NTSC
Director: Jeong Jae-Eun, Im Sun-Rye, Yeo Gyun-Dong, Park Chan-Wuk, Park Jin-Pyo, Park Gwang-Su
Cast: Baek Jong-Hak, Byeon Jeong-Su, Jeon Ha-Eun, Lee Seol-Hee, Kim Mun-Ju, Chandra, Ji Jin-Hee, Jeong Ae-Yeon
Running time: 112 minutes
Released: 2003 [Korea]
Genre: Short Films
Subtitles (removable): English, Korean
Features: Widescreen, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, DTS Digital Surround,
Biographies, Interview, Making Of Featurette, Music Video, Poster Gallery, Premiere Footage, Trailer
Distributor: Dae-Gyung DVD [Korea] 2004
6 Short Films:
1. The 'Weight' of Her
Director: Lim soon-rye/ Running time: 20 min.
As the first episode of the film, "The 'weight' of her" revolves around a relatively fat college girl who is under the pressure to lose weight and to do cosmetic surgery so as to get a good job after graduation.
2. The man with an Affair
Director: Jung Jae-eun/ Running time: 18 min.
In a building where lives a rapist wanted by the police, all residents there know nothing about the criminal except his next-door neighbor -- a little child. Being punished by his mother for peeing on bed, the child is chastened by going out nakedly to lend some salt from his neighbor.
Director: Yeo Gyun-dong/ Running time: 14 min.
Yeo's "Crossing" tells a tale about the struggles of a handicapped man who spends exceptional amount of time and effort in his daily life to complete tasks that are simple to a healthy person.
4. Tongue Tie
Director: Park Jin-pyo/ Running time: 12 min.
Some parents want their children to speak better English. Some even want them to speak perfect English. "Tongue tie" tells a story about a young boy who undergoes a surgery on his tongue enabling him to pronounce a natural "R".
5. Face Value
Director: Park Kwang-soo/ Running time: 12 min.
A secret is unveiled as a gorgeous female employee at a car park argues with a handsome male car driver.
6. Never Ending Peace And Love
Director: Park Chan-wook ("Joint Security Area")/ Running time: 28 min.
The ending film is "Never ending peace and love" which tells a true story of a Napalese woman who was mistaken as a mentally ill Korean. Losing any proof of her identity and speaking with an unfamiliar accent, she was forced to receive mental treatment in Korea over 6 years until she was finally identified and sent back to her country.