Venus and Mars (DVD) (2007)

Korean Movie
Venus and Mars (DVD) Korean Movie
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Venus and Mars

Venus and Mars

  • Video
  • NTSC Fullscreen
  • Audio
  • Korean , Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English , Chinese , Malay
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region code All
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  • Title : Venus and Mars
  • Also known as : Make War Not Love, The Fighting
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2007
  • Listing date : 04 Jul 2008
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Directed by
  • Ji Seung Han
  • Cast by
  • Sol Kyung gu , Kim Tae Hee , Chun Soo kyung
  • Synopsis
  • Actress Tae-Hee Kim, known for her doll-like appearance, stars as a tough and nagging wife.

    Charismatic Seoul Kyeonggu plays her timid husband who unintentionally gets on her nerves all too often.

    As illustrated by the title ''Venus and Mars,” the movie depicts differences in the way men and women think.

    This is mostly how Ji-na and Sang-min spend their time together. But they decide to overcome their clashing characters and vow for forever love.However, their vow is short-lived and their life of "happily ever-after" seems to be an unattainable fairy tale. Sang-min is the nation’s number one indifferent husband. Although unintended, he always seems to aggravate Ji-na. Ji-na is his wife. After putting up with Sang-min's distasteful attitude, she has become a scrawny, tense, and violent wife.

    While their grudges against one another are still left unhandled, they decide to split up. They clash on every issue and a psychological warfare begins. What began as verbal fights lead on to physical fight and they fight as if they are going to kill each other. There’s no room for patience and understanding to these two ex-lovers. They enter a merciless face-off. A fight leads on to another then another and the cycle continues.

  • Synopsis
  • Actress Tae-Hee Kim, known for her doll-like appearance, stars as a tough and nagging wife.

    Charismatic Seoul Kyeonggu plays her timid husband who unintentionally gets on her nerves all too often.

    As illustrated by the title ''Venus and Mars,” the movie depicts differences in the way men and women think.

    This is mostly how Ji-na and Sang-min spend their time together. But they decide to overcome their clashing characters and vow for forever love.However, their vow is short-lived and their life of "happily ever-after" seems to be an unattainable fairy tale. Sang-min is the nation’s number one indifferent husband. Although unintended, he always seems to aggravate Ji-na. Ji-na is his wife. After putting up with Sang-min's distasteful attitude, she has become a scrawny, tense, and violent wife.

    While their grudges against one another are still left unhandled, they decide to split up. They clash on every issue and a psychological warfare begins. What began as verbal fights lead on to physical fight and they fight as if they are going to kill each other. There’s no room for patience and understanding to these two ex-lovers. They enter a merciless face-off. A fight leads on to another then another and the cycle continues.