Remember these sites when homesick for Koreawww.sayodvd.com
Send overseas friends to this site; it ships East Asian DVDs to almost any address in the world.
The Web site offers Korean, Chinese and Japanese DVDs. The main pages divide the DVDs into "Hot Releases" and "New Releases" categories. New Korean releases include "Champion," "Yellow Flower" and "Over the Rainbow." The hottest Korean DVDs were "2002 Lost Memories," "Spark the Lighter" and "Ring Virus." The titles sell for $15-25.
You can also find DVDs by genres. Any questions? Post them on the site's bulletin board.
This Web site sells movie and music DVDs. Its stock includes U.S., Japanese, Chinese and Korean releases. Search for DVDs by genre, name or release date.
If you're really eager to buy a DVD that hasn't come out yet, you can preorder it. Top preorders are "XXX," the uncut edition of "Sleepy Hollow," "The Way Home," "Donnie Darko" and "Cyber Formula."
This site offers new and used videos, VCDs, DVDs and CDs. If that's not enough, it sells posters, apparel and home accessories.
The movies are from Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, China and Vietnam. The genres are quite exhaustive, including action, comedy, horror, thriller, animation, kids, classical, erotic, science fiction, martial arts, TV series and short films.
Problems? Log on to the site's customer service link.
by Joe Yong-hee
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