Police men and women dress up as waiters and hostesses as part of an undercover operation to bust a money laundering ring.

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Woon-taek Jeong ...
Tae-hun
Bo-sung Kim ...
Dok-sa
Ji-hyeon Lee ...
Choi Ri
Mun-suk Ahn
Hyun-Ah Sung
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Ju-bong Gi
Yun-seong Lee
Geun-hyeong Park
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Police men and women dress up as waiters and hostesses as part of an undercover operation to bust a money laundering ring.

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13 September 2002 (South Korea)  »

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Madcap comedy with real-life connections
4 June 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I recall reading somewhere that this madcap farce was designed as a jab at a well-known Korean political official, as well as a few other easy targets of the era. Jeong Woon-taek, the homely, much abused sidekick in MY BOSS MY HERO is a prosecutor who, with the help of the police, creates a phony hostess bar to catch a crooked gangster politician. Most of the humour is character driven, as a distaff crew of cops is brought in to play hostesses and waiters, professions they're clearly not cut out for. A lot of well-earned laughs in this one, thanks largely to well-drawn characters. It's a bit long, though, for what it is.


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