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The Good, the Bad, the Weird (좋은 놈, 나쁜 놈, 이상한 놈)

좋은 놈, 나쁜 놈, 이상한 놈 (Jongh-eun Nom, Na-bbeun Nom, I-sang-han Nom)

Directed by Kim Jee-woon (김지운)

Screenplay by ,

Action Adventure Western

139min | Release date in South Korea :

The movie is often called "Nom-nom-nom" (놈놈놈) in Korean.

Synopsis
With the Korean Peninsula under Japanese rule in 1930s, many Koreans flock to Manchuria for refuge. Some become bandits, some train robbers and yet others bounty hunters. While the Weird, a notorious train robber, is stealing from a Japanese train crossing the Manchurian plains, he discovers a treasure map. But the map is also sought after by the Bad, a merciless gang leader. Coincidentally, the Good, a bounty hunter, is on the train, and he is after the Bad. The three engage in a spectacular chase with the Japanese Army, the Korean independence fighters, and the Chinese bandits all looking to get their hands on the prized map.


International Film Festivals

2008 Cannes International Film Festival , Out of Competition

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 Produced by
 Kim Jee-woon (김지운)
Distribution
CJ Entertainment (CJ Entertainment)
International sales
CineClickAsia (CineClickAsia)
Staff
 Hong Kyeong-pyo (홍경표)
 Cinematographer
 Jeong Doo-hong (정두홍)
 Martial arts director
 Park Hye-min (박혜민)
 Directing department
 Kim Min-suk (김민석)
 Assistant director
 Seong Jeong-hoon (성정훈)
 Production department
 Kim Dong-hu (김동후)
 Art direction department
 Nam Na-yeong (남나영)
 Editor
 Kim Sang-don (김상돈)
 Production department
 Kwon Hyeok (권혁)
 Martial arts team
 Jo Joo-hyeon (조주현)
 Martial arts team
 Seo ji-oh (서지오)
 Martial arts team
 Baek Dong-hyeon (백동현)
 Action team
 Kwon Kwi-deok (권귀덕)
 Martial arts team
 Kwak Jin-seok (곽진석)
 Martial arts team
 Sin Seong-il (신성일)
 Martial arts team
Technics
139 min 35mm Cinemascope (2.35)
Web site
www.3nom.co.kr...
Festival(s) & award(s)
Sales or release dates & Box Office
Airing dates : 2008/07/17
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2009.09.20 : 6,605,187 admissions (total)
As of 2009.01.11 : 6,604,495 admissions (total)
As of 2008.09.14 : 6,598,597 admissions (total)
As of 2008.09.07 : 7,027,692 admissions (total)
As of 2008.08.31 : 6,978,360 admissions (total)
As of 2008.08.24 : 6,890,116 admissions (total)
As of 2008.08.17 : - admissions (total)
As of 2008.08.10 : 5,923,043 admissions (total)
As of 2008.08.03 : 5,274,185 admissions (total)
As of 2008.07.27 : 3,751,198 admissions (total)
As of 2008.07.20 : 2,155,050 admissions (total)
As of 2008.07.13 : 7,775 admissions (total)

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