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Since 2004, Korean Film Archive has been releasing English friendly releases of their country's small and mostly orphaned library of films. Many companies of the past faded away along with much of the films of the past, and along with WWII and the Korean War, films were not preserved with care as they should have.
All of their titles come with optional Korean and English subtitles. Sometimes Japanese subtitles as well.
Each single disc and multidisc set comes with a lengthy booklet, in Korean in half of the booklet and translated English in the other half.
All their bonus materials have English subtitles, including audio commentaries.
(Their earlier releases have some questionable subtitle translations, but recently they have really upped their standards in translation.)
Notable releases:The Past Unearthed Volume 1: A Collection of Feature Films in the Japanese Colonial PeriodThe Past Unearthed Volume 2: A Collection of Chosun Films in the 1930s
The Past Unearthed: Volume 3: Dear Soldier (1944)
The Past Unearthed: Volume 4: Moving Images From Gosfilmofond (wartime newsreels)Director Kim Ki Young Collection - 4 discsThe Housemaid (dir: Kim Ki Young)
Director Yoon Hyeon Mok Collection (4 discs)
Director Lee Man Hee Collection (4 discs)
Romantic Comedies Of The 1950's Collection (3 discs)
Landscape After The War Collection (4 discs)
And more, of course.
October - <Box Set of Director, Kim Su-Yong>
"The Seaside Village" (Gaenma-eul ) (1965),
"Mist" ( Angae) (1967),
"Confession of an Actress" ( Eoneu Yeobaeu-ui Gobaek) (1967),
"Night Journey" (Yahaeng) (1976)