Worlds Within... TV Series (HK Version) (8discs)
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Product Information
Also Known As:The World That They Live In, 们ͣ
Director:Pyo Min-Su, Kim Gyu-Tae
Country of Origin:South Korea
Genre:TV, Drama, Romance
Language:Korean
Subtitles:English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
Sound:Dolby Digital 2.0
Release Date:Jan 11, 2009
Product Made In:Hong Kong
Aspect Ratio:1.33:1
Case:Keep Case


HK Version K-Drama DVD
HK Version K-Drama DVD does not have good quality English subtitles. Incorrect grammar and typos are found and sometimes the translation has serious defects. If English subtitles matter, please buy another one.


Product Details
Region Code: All, NTSC
Single Side Dual Layer
Audio: Korean

Full episodes

Rating for English subtitles: Average
About Worlds Within... TV Series
Broadcast: October 27, 2008 ~ December 16, 2008
Total 16 episodes

"Worlds Within" was produced by a Korean drama dream team. One of Korea's best drama writers, Hee-kyung Noh, teamed up with director Min-soo Pyo and two of Korea's favorite stars, Song Hye-gyo and Hyun Bin, to produce a first-class drama series. It's the story of a drama production team and their everyday lives and relationships, and the story unfolds in an understated yet heart-touching manner. The drama focuses on the beautiful love story between Junyoung and Jio (played by Song Hye-gyo and Hyun Bin), and their realistic yet powerful emotions struck a chord with many viewers.

KBS spices up its 2008 fall lineup with The World That They Live In / World Within featuring two leading Korean Wave stars: the beautiful Song Hye Kyo and My Lovely Sam Soon's Hyun Bin. The new melodrama sees the delightful reunion of Song and director Pyo Min Soo (Full House) and also marks Hyun Bin's much awaited return to television since starring in The Snow Queen in 2006. While offering an intriguing look behind-the-camera at the making of fictional TV dramas, the story centers on both the personal and professional lives of those involved in the broadcasting industry.

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