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The first chapter of the the General's Son trilogy follows Kim Du-Han's childhood, from the loss of his mother at age 8, to his rise as a gang leader who protects local vendors from expanding Yakuza forces in Japanese occupied Korea.
And that's exactly the problem police officer Choi has to face in the silver screen release "The Wolf Returns".
Hoping to leave the strenuous duty of handling criminal cases in the fast-paced metropolis Seoul, Choi applies for a transfer to the peaceful countryside town Moowi.
From that moment on he enjoys a merry life as crime is something completely unknown over there.
However, just when he gets totally used to his new heavenly surroundings, he is struck by a distressing message: Moowi police station is about to be closed down as it is deemed superfluous, which may result in a re-transfer to Choi's original post in Seoul
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