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Korean movie " A MELODY TO REMEMBER " region 3 Dvd


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Movie: A Melody To Remember (English title) / Thinking of Elder Brother (literal title)
Revised romanization: Obba Saenggak
Hangul: 오빠 생각
Director: Lee Han
Writer: Lee Woo-Tak
Producer: Kim Young-Ho, Ha Jung-Wan
Cinematographer: Hong Jae-Sik
Release Date: January 21, 2016
Runtime: 124 min.
Genre: War / Drama
Distributor: Next Entertainment World
Language: Korean
Country: South Korea


In the early 1950s, Korea was shocked by the civil war that led to the separation of the country that still remains. The young lieutenant Sang-ryul, fleeing miraculously to a bloody battle, is sent back to the rear in Busan, a relatively quieter area than the north face. Here he has the job of directing an orphanage annexed to one of the military camps in the area. The multitude of orphans left by the war are one of the problems that plague the country and the lieutenant itself carries the weight of this condition: the kids become goods at the mercy of scrupulous characters who use them for profit as beggars bands , Plunder and thieves. The lieutenant is a young man who has studied music, plays the piano and decides, with the help of the orphanage manager, to set up a choir, by which he can offer the kids a chance to get out of the abbrutiment and the spiral Of the violence they are subjected to.
Through a long recovery path, assisted by the cathartic power of music, Sang-ryul and his young collaborator will be able to tear off the road and topple a good number of kids who in turn will find a reason for hope in music.


Siwan 2nd Lt. Han Sang-Yeol

Ko Ah-Sung Park Joo-Mi

Lee Hee-Joon  Galgori ("Hook")

Park Soo-Young  Colonel Park


Region code :3(korea and Southeast Asia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau)

This is achieved by way of region-locked DVD players, which will play back only DVDs encoded to their region (plus those without any region code). The American DVD Copy Control Association also requires that DVD player manufacturers incorporate the regional-playback control (RPC) system. However, region-free DVD players, which ignore region coding, are also commercially available, and many DVD players can be modified to be region-free, allowing playback of all discs.

What is a REGION CODE?

What does a DVD Region Code (i.e. R1, Region 1) mean?

The idea behind Region Codes for DVD movies was created to control the exportation of movies to other countries, thus eliminating the possibility of purchasing a DVD movie which has yet to be played at a local movie theatre.

  • For example: standard DVD players purchased in the U.S. or Canada will only play DVDs that specify they are REGION 1 dvds; standard DVD players purchased in New Zealand will only play DVDs that specify they are REGION 4 DVDs.
  • For example: Region 4 DVDs WON'T PLAY in a standard Region 1 DVD player; Region 1 DVDs WON'T PLAY in a standard Region 4 DVD player.
  • U.S.A. and CANADA share the SAME REGION CODE: Region 1. An R1 dvd purchased in Canada is exactly the same as an R1 dvd purchased in the U.S., and vice versa.

Here is a list of DVD Regions and their corresponding countries:

  • R1 Region 1 ~ U.S.A., U.S. Territories and Canada
  • R2 Region 2 ~ Europe, Japan, the Middle East, Egypt, South Africa, Greenland
  • R3 Region 3 ~ Taiwan, Korea, the Philippines, Indonesia, Hong Kong
  • R4 Region 4 ~ Mexico, South and Central America, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands, Caribbean
  • R5 Region 5 ~ Russia, Eastern Europe, India, Africa (excluding South Africa), North Korea, Mongolia
  • R6 Region 6 ~ China

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