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  • Material: Wood / Iron
  • Finish: Iron Base Antique Black Top Reclaim Wood
  • Table Top Adjusts From Apprx 19"-27"H
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This H adjustable cocktail table is a perfect addition to any living or great room. The solid mango top adjusts from 19"-27" in H. A cast iron tri-leg base features a hand crank to raise or loser the table top. Item Dimensions are 1.2" W X 19" D X 19" H


The Final Stage continues the story from the end of the series two, as college student Nao (Toda Erika) and her brilliant swindler partner Akiyama (Matsuda Shota) enter the final round of mysterious corporation LGT's Liar Game. Dubbed "e;The Garden of Eden Game"e;, the stakes are higher than ever in the final round, as the prize money has been increased from 100 million yen to 5 billion yen. Like the previous games, the winner takes the money home, and the loser is sent into debt for the same amount. With the mysterious and powerful Player X entering as one of the 11 players in the game, even Akiyama may not be able to help Nao win this time around.


Saddled with her grandfather's expectations, perky college student Kyu Won (Park Shin Hye) is studying traditional Korean music, and plays the gayageum. At the same university is applied music major Shin (Jung Yong Hwa), the too cool guitarist and lead singer of a rock band. Kyu Won and Shin run in completely different music circles, but their worlds collide over a misunderstanding. They challenge each other to a musical showdown - rock vs. traditional - and the loser has to be the other's servant for a month!

This edition comes with unsubtitled special features including outtakes, Heartstrings special, drama concert video collection, interview, and gallery.


Tae Sik (Kim In Kwon) just can't seem to get a break in life. He's unemployed and is often mistaken for a Southeast Asian immigrant because of his appearances. Desperately in need of income, he pretends to be Bangga from Bhutan in order to get a job as a migrant worker. Tae Sik's masquerade leads to many hilarious mishaps and misunderstandings, but the discrimination he witnesses and experiences as a foreign worker aren't so funny.


Present at the assassination attempt of Taiwan's president, righteous cops Yuchang (Joseph Chang) and Sun (Simon Yam) spearhead an urgent investigation into the attempted killing. However, the likely assassin, mob hitman Jinshui (Gordon Lam), is curiously removed from suspicion when their superior officers instead pick inept loser Ertong (Liu Kai Chi) as the supposed killer. After questioning his superiors, Yuchang is removed from the case, but he and Sun decide to continue their investigation without official sanction. Yuchang travels to Taiwan to Hong Kong and back to uncover the true mastermind behind the plot, along the way uncovering an insidious, tangled web of corruption that stretches all the way to the highest office in the country.


Saddled with her grandfather's expectations, perky college student Kyu Won (Park Shin Hye) is studying traditional Korean music, and plays the gayageum. At the same university is applied music major Shin (Jung Yong Hwa), the too cool guitarist and lead singer of a rock band. Kyu Won and Shin run in completely different music circles, but their worlds collide over a misunderstanding. They challenge each other to a musical showdown - rock vs. traditional - and the loser has to be the other's servant for a month!


Unable to find a steady job since graduating high school, Kaiji (Fujiwara Tatsuya) falls further and further into debt and misery through a life of drinking and gambling. Debt collector Endo shows up at the door one day, and gives Kaiji two options: a ten-year payment plan or one night on the mysterious gambling ship "e;Espoire"e; for the chance to clear his debt. Kaiji accepts the proposal, not realizing he's being conned into an extreme gambling tournament against other equally desperate people. Winner takes all. Loser leaves his life at the table.


Unfortunately, Goong Dahl's oh-so-bright future takes a turn for the worse when he comes to the aid of a beautiful female student named Mina (Jeong Gu Yeon, from TV's A Love To Kill). Through a series of misunderstandings, Goong Dahl finds himself being challenged by Jae Koo (Kim Tae Hyeon, from Blue Swallow and My Lovely Week), a student who just so happens to not only be the toughest kid in school, but its most notorious bully. With a one-on-one rooftop battle scheduled directly after school, Goong Dahl's got to pull out all the stops to get the fight cancelled. But will he succeed, and if not, just how in the heck will one ordinary guy stack up against the high school's most dangerous thug? Find out in See You After School, the rare teen comedy that goes straight to the head of the class!


Ever the strong and decisive career woman, Tae Hee (Kim Nam Ju) falls in love and marries Jong Soo (Jung Jun Ho), even though he's a bit of a loser. Things aren't easy for Tae Hee as she juggles taking care of a daughter at home and leading a team at the same company as her husband and her rival Yeo Jin (Chae Jung Ahn, Coffee Prince), who also happens to be Jong Soo's ex-girlfriend. Misunderstandings grow over time between Tae Hee and Jong Soo, putting their marriage into danger. Meanwhile, Tae Hee's apathetic chaebol boss Yong Shik (Park Si Hoo) grows more serious about his work with her guidance - and ends up falling hopelessly in love with her.

This edition comes with last shoot, main character scenes, outtakes, and other special featurs.


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