I started looking around for more information on what the Korea-Japan Super Games were. I didn't find anything in English, but both the Japanese Wikipedia and the Korean Wikipedia have pages on it. To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the normalization of relations between Japan and South Korea and the 10th Anniversary of the KBO, NPB and KBO announced that they would play a series of post-season games every four years, starting in 1991. There were six games played in both 1991 and 1995 but only four played in 1999. The series was discontinued afterwards. I don't know the reason it stopped for sure but I suspect that it had something to do with a schedule conflict with the 2003 Asian Baseball Championship, which was a qualifier for the 2004 Olympics. By 2007 the Asia Series was in its third season so the Super Games just kind of faded away.
Back to the cards. There are 46 cards in the set. I only have 12 of them - one that I had from the couple 2000 Teleca packs I opened years ago and the others I recently picked up from Justin, another KBO card collector living in Korea. Many (if not most) of the cards in the set are essentially single cards of a particular KBO player:
There are a couple group shots taken at the ballparks. This one shows (from left to right) Soo-Keun Jung, Seung-Yeop Lee, Jong-Beom Lee (a Korean player who was with the Dragons from 1998 to 2001), Ki-Tae Kim and Min-Tae Chung (who would play for the Yomiuri Giants in 2001-02):
There are also a couple cards that show some sort of off field awards ceremony with the players in street clothes. This one shows Pil-Jung Jin:
Here's some footage from Game Two of the 1995 Games played in Yokohama Stadium:
Finally here's what I think is basically a condensed game from Game Three of the 1999 Games in Fukuoka Dome:
I would like to complete this set but I suspect it will be difficult.