Starring: Ji Hyun-Woo, Im Jeong-Eun
Director: Gwak Ji-Gyun
Studio: Art Service
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About This DVD
If there's anyone who knows something about melodrama, it's certainly Director Kwak Ji Kyun. Starting his career as assistant director for famous names like Im Kwon Taek and Bae Chang Ho, Kwak made a splash with his debut film The Winter Wanderer in 1986, starring Ahn Sung Ki and Lee Mi Sook. Then for 20 years it was continued re-interpretation and re-discovery of the theme of love. Be it his fantastic 1990 film Portrait of Our Youth or the controversial 2000 film Plum Blossom with Kim Rae Won and Bae Du Na, Kwak always manages to tell interesting stories.
Written by Kim Eun Sook (Lovers in Paris and Lovers in Prague), Kwak Ji Kyun's first happy melodrama Fly High spotlights two young students entangled in a peculiar relationship. Min Hyeok (Ji Hyun Woo of Golden Apple and Over The Rainbow) is a handsome and talented singer and dancer. One day he meets a young student named Min Hyeon (Im Jung Eun from Stairway of Clouds) who introduces herself to a smitten Min Hyeok, saying "Hi, I'm leaving tomorrow. Sorry!" That's where their relationship seems to end, but after two years that beautiful smile returns to Min Hyeok's life once more, completely out of the blue. An ill Min Hyeon makes him a strange proposal, starting a very intense, possibly very short love story.
|Audio Format:||DD 5.1, DD 2.0|
|Video Format:||Widescreen 1.85:1 (Anamorphic)|
Audio Commentary with Director Kwak Ji Kyun, Ji Hyun Woo, Im Jung Eun
From 19 to 21, Making Of Documentary
Last Flight, New Zealand Location Featurette
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