Nope, sorry . . . it's not on DVD, and it probably never will be.
Consider: I'd really love to get "Emperor of the Sea" on DVD. It's available right now, but for the 50 episode series (on DVD from YesAsia) you're looking at around $300.
Now. "One Million Roses" was, what, something like 150 episodes? Just imagine how much that would cost on DVD! Actually, OMR's episodes are a bit shorter than EOTS's, but you get the idea. You'd still be looking at $500 or so for the set - and, at that price, how much of a market for that could there be?
Juni, I was looking into buying a drama dvd set myself (we’re talking just this week). I was thinking I was going to get a lengthy drama (as many episodes as OMR for instance) for my $100, but as I started to look at the episodes listed for most of the dramas available, they came to an average of 17 episodes, which is when I came to realize that I wasn’t going to get what I thought I was for a 100 bucks. I know, very disappointing indeed. I guess recording or renting is the only practical options for the average person who is crazy about these dramas.
What bad news. So far this is my favorite drama. I watch it at WYBE in Philadelphia. If I had any idea it was not going to be on DVD I would have taped all of them. Maybe they could release them in sets every 6 months or so. Right now I'm collecting every season of Gilmore Girls and it doen't seem like I have spend $500 when I spend about $75 at a time every 8 months or so but I started adding it up after reading this message board and it does indeed come out to between $400 and $500. I'm astounded I did this but it has really been pretty painless. It sure would be nice if someone would start issuing One Million Roses.
Watching this drama has been a wonderful experience.I stumbled on it on WYBE in philadelphia and have been an addict ever since in fact being able to join a club that discusses this soap is another good thing that happened to me.I was in so much suspence.I'll like to know if there is a library one could borrow from.
Post by mothsdream on Aug 28, 2007 22:54:11 GMT -5
Anywhere online to watch this?
I don't know of any place online to watch this or any of the other longer series (in their entirety), however, the Philly Board has a video lending library and this is one of the dramas available.
You must be a member of the board to view the library.
Oh, thanks! How do you sign up? I saw some info about videos uploaded, but the link on how to sign up was broken and I'm kinda confused. lol Any help would be appreciated. I just found out Here Comes Ajumma is 162 episodes. Wish I had seen that earlier...I'll have to start keeping the shows I tape. Hate to see the price of the DVD set, if there is one, but at KBS-America they said it was coming soon.
From Dae Jang-geum: Sun-dol: "Are you trying to dry me up and kill me? Why do you say the same things over and over every day? Rather, come and hit me once! Aigu!" But then: Dr. Lazarus: "By Grabthar's hammer, by the suns of Warvan... You shall be avenged."