A  film by Jee-Won Kim
Cast: Jeong-min Hwang, Yu-mi Jeong, Ku Jin
A man is eating is chocolate desert in a restaurant-Hotel the waiter approach him and say we have a situation downstairs. His boss looks up and says I’ll take care of it. He finish his desert goes downstairs pass an other man tells him to comes with him, Opens the doors bows the three gentlemen sitting at the table. After bowing to the three man the boss says We are close you have until the count of three to leave One , Two, Three suddenly they rush toward each other and fight. That sets off the movie an you know what king of pace it is going to take. A bittersweet life a Korean film written and directed by Jee-woon Kim. You can tell his influence are John Woo and Quentin Tarantino. It is a simple plot that makes this film so good no twist pure and honest.
After doing a morally good thing, which conflicts with his boss’s orders, Kim Sun-woo gets banished from the gang and escapes death narrowly, just so he could come back and avenge. A must see.


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