Rooftop Prince TV Series Box Set (Director's Cut) (Limited Edition) (10discs)
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Product Information
Also Known As:Attic Prince
Director:Shin Yun-Seop
Country of Origin:South Korea
Genre:TV, Drama, Fantasy, Comedy
Language:Korean
Subtitles:English
Sound:Dolby Digital 2.0
Release Date:Nov 09, 2012
Publisher:SBS Production
Product Made In:South Korea
Aspect Ratio:16:9
Case:Deluxe Case
Region Code: 3,4,5,6 / NTSC
Runtime: 1305mins + 240mins


Product Details
48p photobook + Scripts for 2 Episodes + Continuity Book + Postcards 5 pcs

Special Features:
- Making Of
- Interview
- Commentary




About Rooftop Prince TV Series
Broadcast: March 21, 2012 ~ May 3, 2012
Episodes: 20

Rooftop Prince has themes of time-travel and is about Prince Lee Gak (Micky Yoochun) who gets back to the future from Joseon era (300 years ago) to Seoul (2012) to meet the girl he loved, Park Ha (Han Ji Min) after he lost her in Joseon era.

The Prince from the Joseon era travels to the future with his entourage Song Man Bo (Lee Min Ho), Woo Yong Sul (Jung Suk Won) and Do Chi San (Choi Woo Shik). In this journey, they meets Joo Se Na (Jung Yoo Mi) who looks just like the girl he loved.

Will Prince Lee Gak success to find Park Ha?

An 18th-century prince time-travels to modern-day Seoul in the hit Korean TV Drama series ROOFTOP PRINCE! Superstar Park Yu-Chun (Sungkyunkwan Scandal) and popular actress Han Ji-Min (Dae Jang Geum) discover that love can transcend time in this fateful, fish-out-of-water romance connecting two lifetimes.

In Joseon-era Korea, Crown Prince Lee Gak (Park Yu-Chun) wakes up one morning to the devastating news that his beloved wife (Jung Yu-Mi, Thousand Day Promise) has drowned. While investigating her mysterious death, he and his three trusty vassals are suddenly time-warped to present-day Seoul - right into the rooftop home of Park Ha (Han Ji-Min)!

Taking the unexpected guests under her wings, Park Ha teaches them about the modern world, and cuts Prince Lee Gak's pompous ego down to size. When Lee Gak runs into his wife's scheming doppelganger, he realizes that the present mirrors the past ... and that Park Ha is inextricably tied to the mystery that brought him to the 21st century.

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