Baek Jang-Mi is the female leader of an international pickpocket gang. Her target is to broaden her territory to outside Seoul. She disguises as a tattooist as a cover. After a number of ... See full summary »
Former Scissor Gang leader Eun-jin (Shin Eun-kyung), who now suffers from amnesia, nevertheless defends Jae-cheol (Jun Gyu Park), a restaurateur who employs her, from a gangster who wants his business.
I really liked seeing Shin Hyeon-jun in a comedic role as opposed to the somber, serious characters he has played in Bichunmoo and The Gingko Bed. I wasn't sure what I expected from this movie, but it wasn't the comic flair that he showed in this movie. His performance reminds me of Robert Downey Jr. in Chaplin. He's really good at physical comedy. I thought the story line pretty good, and the side stories serve to emphasize the differences in the two male characters, one is "by the book", the other is not. I would have liked to see the movie extended a little further, to see where the characters ended up, but it was okay ending where it did. The CGIs were a little disappointing, but the story makes up for it. All in all, I think it was a really good movie.
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