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Korean movie of the week "The Apprehenders"

2011/09/08 Source

Korean movie of the week "The Apprehenders" (2011)

Directed by Lim Chan-ik

With Park Joong-hoon, Lee Sun-kyun, Lee Sung-min, Kim Jung-tae, Ko Joo-yeon, Han Soo-yeon,...

It's a dog-eat-dog world where only the fittest survives – and, law enforcement agency is no exception. Competition is fierce between the two neighboring precincts of Mapo and Seodaemun who are subject to constant comparison. Mapo Precinct's Chief, HWANG Jae-seong is the top dog with unmatched record. When elite academy-graduate JEONG Eui-chan gets newly appointed as Seodaemun's chief and get his first arrest stolen by HWANG, the rivalry becomes a personal one. And, the race is on for the glorious title of so-called 'Officer of the Year' - and generous prize money that comes with it. Both men have their own desperate reasons to win – HWANG needs the credentials for his much overdue promotion and Eui-chan who is about to become a father is in need of the prize money. When a high profile serial-rape case falls on their lap, the two chiefs go head-to-head to catch the perpetrator. With only 2 weeks to deadline, the first to cuff the criminal will take home the prize.

Also known as "Officer of the Year"

Release date in Korea : 2011/05/04

Available on DVD from YESASIA

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