Here's how the boxes broke down:
11 short prints - 1 Superstar, 4 Big Star, 6 All Star
53 unique regular cards
56 duplicate regular cards
11 short prints - 1 Superstar, 4 Big Star (but only 3 unique ones), 6 All Star
62 unique regular cards
47 duplicate regular cards
Total for the two boxes
70 unique regular cards
20 unique short prints - 2 Superstar, 7 Big Star, 11 All Star
2 duplicate short prints - 1 Big Star, 1 All Star
148 duplicate regular cards
So I ended up just short of the complete "regular" card set and got a little less than 40% of the short prints. With 90 cards in all, I have about 71% of the total set.
The cards themselves are reasonably attractive. They're a little cluttered on the front with the game playing stuff but the photos are pretty nice looking:
|#063 Deok-Han Yong|
|#088 Eu-Tteum Park|
|#105 Il-Mok Cha|
|#018 Jae-Ho Kim|
|#119 Kyeong-Eon Kim|
|#008 Myung-Gu Kang|
Here's examples of the "Superstar" and "Big Star" cards:
|#043 Byeong-Ho Park|
|#079 Hee-Sang Yoon|
Here's an example "All Star" card. As you can see, it doesn't have any of the game-related text on the front. The backs of these cards are the only ones that show the player's name in English. Curiously, the names are given with the surname last.
|#030 Byung-Kyu Lee|
|Back of #030 Byung-Kyu Lee|
I think the consensus is that this is the first series of cards for the year and there will be an additional series (or more) later this season. I think I will limit myself to only one box of an additional sets, especially if the ratio of short prints to normal cards continues to be so large.
I've got to give a quick thank you to Jason for doing the ridiculously hard work of transcribing all the Korean names from the checklist on the company website into English and entering them into the Inventory Manager over at Sports Card Forum.