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Decent old-school Korean movie about gangsters and poetry. Kang-ho Song in his breakout role as a stuttering, wannabe assassin.
"Korean Week", Day 6.
Entertaining and funny gangster-comedy starring three of my favorite Korean actors; Song Kang-ho, Choi Min-sik, and Han Suk-kyu.
This film is not your typical run-of-the-mill type of gangster film. Within this film are several elements of drama, comedy and pure sillyness.
While this film was made with a perfectly OK plot, certain subplots within the film were dragged out too long, contributing to a seemingly lengthy runtime.
Overall, an average film with a decent storyline. Just don't get confused by the character's names or faces while watching this film.
The funniest gangster movie I've ever seen, a bit like an insane twisted 'Carlito's Way'. If you've ever wondered what it'd be like to be bludgeoned to death with an ashtray, then this film is for you.
hungry jungshin... h-u-n... Song Kang Ho steals the show!