Starring: Lee Dong-Geon, Han Ji-Hye
Director: Choi Seok-Won
Studio: Cinema Zenice / KD Media
About This DVD
"My boyfriend is type-B" stars two young celebrities Lee Dong-geon, who gained enormous popularity from female fans through his performance in the Seoul Broadcasting System’s soap, "Lovers in Paris,” and Han Ji-hye who played a partner of Lee in the Korea Broadcasting System’s soap, "18 Year-Old Bride.” It brings to the surface trendy issues among youth such as character tests and the prejudices of blood type "B” men, and develops fun episodes featuring the young stars. Lee Dong-gun plays a B-type young businessman, who puts high priority in looking stylish; although he lives in sweat-rooms (Jjimjilbang), he insists on driving a sports car. This movie is the only Romantic Comedy that can bring such a varied audience, from teenagers to the elderly.
He's the type of guy who leaves his girlfriend in his car so that he doesn't have to pay the on-street parking fee. His idea of a gift is a walkie-talkie set, so he can reach her at his convenience as quickly as possible. He shops for what he wants first, but makes her pay. Then he drives her crazy by asking her ever so innocently, "Should we break it off, then?" He might be a jerk, and she might be a patsy for staying with him. But that's because he has blood type B and she's type A, according to Chae-yeong (Shin-ee), a dating consultant in the movie "My boyfriend is type-B."
A strong believer in the blood type theory, which says that one's blood type determines one's personality, Chae-yeong goes on with her wacky logic about how blood type can have an effect on a person's love life. Her point is that a type-B male is conceited, stubborn and absolutely useless as a boyfriend, especially when the female is timid and obedient, like Ha-mi (Han Ji-hye), who has blood type A.
The film, is a typical love story about two very different young people finding out slowly that they are actually in love. But the director, Choi Seok-won, introduces actor Lee Dong-geon as a romantic macho type (he doesn't want to be told what to do but still sings a love serenade to his girlfriend), while using the recent blood-type craze to develop the film's whimsical plot.
|Audio Format:||DD 5.1 Surround, DD 2.0 Stereo|
|Video Format:||Widescreen 1.85:1 (Anamorphic)|
|Special Features:||* Making of Film
* Deleted Scenes
* Lee Dong-Gun on Singing
* Message to Hami
* Photo Gallery
* Premiers Scenes
* Men with B-Type
* Personality as from Blood Type
* About Blood Type-B Man
* Poster Shooting Scenes
* Music Video
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