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Never to Lose (강력3반)

강력3반 (Kang-ryeok-3-ban)

Directed by Son Hee-chang (손희창)

Screenplay by

Action Drama Thriller

111min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
The third police department in charge of violent crimes is notorious for its poor accomplishments. In that department, there are cops like the rookie Hong-joo (Kim Min-joon) who is terrific at his job but tries to find a way out of it, the veteran detective Moon (Heo Joon-ho) who is depressed by his serious forgetfulness, a cop named Jae-cheol who has too much ambition for his little talent, and the squad leader Yook (Jang Hang-sepn). The third department is in a tight spot. Criminals are getting smarter every day and their skills are becoming cutting-edge, but the third department lacks the necessary weapons and financial support to catch these criminals. Then one day, Hong-joo accidentally gets wind of a crime at his girlfriend's class reunion. When Hong-joo and his colleagues are investigating this case, they find out that a big international drug organization is involved. So Hong-joo and his colleagues decide to risk their lives and solve this case without asking for any outside help.

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Never to Lose" +DVD Giveaway

    2016/03/05
    Hong-joo (played by Kim Min-joon) is a cop obsessed with trying to collar as many perpetrators as possible. It doesn't matter if he's on vacation, or at a dance club, or even walked outside for a smoke. He needs those handcuffs at all times. Hae-rang (played by Nam Sang-mi) has the opposite problem. She's passionate about working in the field, but for ill-defined sexist reasons is frequently stuck behind a desk. Together, they fight crime,...More

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Staff
 Park Jeong-woo (박정우)
 Adaptation/Dramatization
 Cha Dae-seob (차대섭)
 Directing department
 Sin Hyeon-jin (신현진)
 Script coordinator
 Ko Im-pyo (고임표)
 Editor
 Sin Hyeon-jin (신현진)
 Storyboard
Technical Information
111 min 35mm Cinemascope (2.35)
Web site
www.go3ban.com...
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Airing dates : 2005/09/29
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2005.10.23 : 777,958 admissions (total)
As of 2005.10.16 : 696,751 admissions (total)
As of 2005.10.09 : 575,489 admissions (total)
As of 2005.10.02 : 273,366 admissions (total)
As of 2005.09.25 : 10,039 admissions (total)

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