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PERFECT ... The most satisfying ending I've seen in a long time. - Dramabeans

A soul-searching story that touches and surprises at every turn, the Korean TV drama series 49 Days follows a young woman's amazing journey between life and death with some help from a motorcycle-riding Grim Reaper.

Right before her wedding, Ji-hyun (Nam Gyu-Ri) gets injured and falls into a coma. The Grim Reaper (Jung Il-Woo), or Scheduler as he likes to call himself, gives her a chance to return to life. Borrowing the body of Yi-kyung (Lee Yo-Won), she has 49 days to collect genuine teardrops from three people who truly love her. This should be a piece of cake since everyone loves Ji-hyun or so she thought.

As the days tick down, Ji-hyun learns that the people around her are not as they seem. Her interim life as Yi-kyung gets even more complicated when her friend Gang (Jo Hyun-Jae, Love Letter) and cheating fiancé Min-ho (Bae Soo-Bin, Brilliant Legacy) both fall in love with her.

Special Features: Behind-the-scenes, interviews, and more (49 min, English subtitles)

English subtitles by YA Entertainment


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Product Details

  • Actors: Jo Hyun Jae, Bae Soo Bin, Lee Yo Won, Nam Gyu Ri
  • Directors: Jo Young Kwang
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Korean
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 7
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: YA Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 18, 2011
  • Run Time: 1200 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005MZ0P6M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #162,115 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The cast is amazing.
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The English translations are very good, and you do get some behind the scenes with this DVD, which was a nice touch.
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There is Comedy, Drama, Romance, Romantic Comedy and everything in between!!
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Lost Wanderer on November 21, 2011
Ji-Hyun is a happy-go-lucky girl from a wealthy family who just got engaged. Yi-Gyung is an orphan whose boyfriend died in a car accident some years ago right after they had a big fight. On the anniversary of her boyfriend's death, Yi-Gyung tries to commit suicide by running into the highway traffic but her psychiatrist who was following her saves her. However that leads to a massive pileup on the highway and Ji-Hyun who was passing by gets seriously injured and goes into coma.

Ji-Hyun pleads her case to the grim reaper Yi-Soo and he lets Ji-Hyun take over Yi-Gyung's body while she sleeps, and then gives her 49 days to collect real tears from 3 people outside the family members. If she succeeds she can live but she cannot reveal to anybody that it is her in Yi-Gyung's body, otherwise she dies immediately.

However when Ji-Hyun turned to her fiancé Min-Ho and her best friend In-Jung, she finds out that they are secret lovers and Min-Ho's marrying Ji-Hyun was just a part of their scheme to steal her father's business and wealth. Also she learns not many people were fond of her - even though she always really meant well, people were envious of her family wealth and her naivety often put others in awkward situations.

Devastated and helpless, Ji-Hyun ends up with an old high-school classmate Gang, who has been a secret admirer of Ji-Hyun all along. Reluctant at first, Gang starts noticing Ji-Hyun's behavior in Yi-Gyung. Meanwhile as she spends time as Yi-Gyung, Ji-Hyun learns about her past, and Yi-Gyung becomes aware of Ji-Hyun's presence as well.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Supernatural Rocks on June 30, 2012
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this Korean Drama. First, let me warn you - you will need a box or two of tissue nearby. Yes, there are funny, lighthearted moments but you WILL shed tears.

Ji-Hyun has the perfect life or so it seems. She comes from a loving wealthy family, her friends adore her, and she is days away from marrying the perfect man. On the other side of town, Yi-Kyung is a woman who cannot recover from the death of her boyfriend. Suicide is constantly on her mind. She works the night shift at a convenient store, while sleeping in the afternoons.

On a fateful day, Yi-Kyung gets off a bus and attempts to kill herself by walking into oncoming traffic, resulting in a massive car pile-up. However, before the bus can strike her, somebody saves her life by pulling her back. At this moment, Ji-Hyun, who is driving nearby, fails to hit her brakes in time and collides into a semi truck that is stopped in the middle of the road. Ji-Hyun walks out of her car in a daze and is shocked to see her body being carted into an ambulance. The only person who seems to notice her standing in the road is a young man on a motorcycle known as the Scheduler (aka the Grim Reaper). Ji-Hyun follows her body to the hospital where she now lays in a coma. Ji-Hyun meets the Scheduler again who informs her that since it was not her scheduled time to die, she is given the opportunity to recover from her vegetative state and live. That is, if she succeeds in her mission: she must gather three genuine teardrops from three people who truly love her (apart from her family) within the next 49 days. Instantly, she thinks of her fiance and two best friends and is certain she will live again. Ji-Hyun takes over the body of the suicidal Yi-Kyung in her quest to find three geniune tears.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Anjou Brown on January 15, 2012
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I bought this drama based on the review of "Lost Wanderer".

I just finished watching it today at 3 a.m. after crying for quite some time.

It is beautiful because it goes really deeply into your heart and makes you think about a lot of things.

About life, about real love, about loyalty, about family, about friendship, about forgivness, about death, about the things that can never be. About sadness, about self sacrifice, about happiness. About the time we have to love, really love. Love truthfully.

If you are hesitating to buy this one or not, do not hesitare any more, buy it with your eyes closed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By L on March 20, 2012
I am cautious watching straight up melodramas these days because I've seen a lot of them... How many times can you go over the same typical plot and still manage to surprise? Well they finally presented something new in 49 Days with a twist of fantasy. It is unique where the main character gets into an accident and is given 49 days to borrow someone else's body. She needs to find three people who truly loved her so she can continue living. There are tons of sad moments that make you think about life, friends, family, and remind you to appreciate the time you have. All of the characters are excellent and there are no overly-pretentious, contrived plot lines (except maybe with the father). The soundtrack is awesome...many different ballads in here unlike some series that recycle the same 1-2 songs over and over. Jo Hyun Jae also sings one of the songs and he did a great job. I was surprised he could sing that well. If you're looking for a relaxing and interesting romance k-drama to watch, 49 Days is the one to get.
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