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  1. Saehan MD | Power Wave This range from Saehan from the early 2000's was only available as 74 minute single discs. There are two main variations, one with a white-backed disc and another version with black-backed discs. The discs themselves are relatively ordinary compared to the wrappers. The 5 colours are Green, Blue, Orange, Yellow and Red.
  2. Saehan MD | Melodia These discs from Saehan were available as singles (I think 74 minute only), 74 and 80 minute 10 packs and 74 and 80 minute 5 packs in a slim case (the packs were all without the Saehan branding, but sold under the Vertex brand).
  3. Saehan MD | Wind Player (Limited Edition) Made in Korea by Saehan, these discs from 2007 were a limited edition of 3 designs, sold in 100 yen stores in Japan I believe. They are now extremely rare. I obtained mine at the time from the illustrious @bland10000. I recently re-discovered them. I had opened one and still have two unopened. The 3 instruments represented are Tuba, Trumpet and Saxophone. They were sold without cases in retail hangers.
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