JJ/Qi Shu and PI Lam (Tokyo Raiders (2000)) steal 2 stolen USD100 plates in HK. Lam loses them - no US reward. Lam and his 3 cute angels try to get them again in Seoul as does JJ. Lots of fighting.

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Jingle Ma

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Jingle Ma, Brian Chung (as Chung Wai Hung) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tony Chiu-Wai Leung ... Lam (as Tony Chiu Wai Leung)
Richie Jen ... Owen Lee
Qi Shu ... J.J.
James Kim James Kim ... Black Bear
Lee Jung-Jin ... Jeon (as Jung Jin)
Meme Tian ... Kim
Saki Seto Saki Seto ... Saya
Yeo-jin Choi ... Choi Sun Ah (as Choi Yei Jin)
Su-Hyun Jo Su-Hyun Jo ... Lee Youn Mi (as Jo Su Hyun)
Ji-hyoung Lee Ji-hyoung Lee ... Police Captain (as Lee Ji Hyoung)
Joyce Cheung Joyce Cheung ... Lady in U.S. Embassy
Mathew Tang Mathew Tang ... Police Commissioner Yam
Sasha Hou ... Policewoman
Hilary Yeung Sum Yee Hilary Yeung Sum Yee ... Policewoman
Seung-wan Do Seung-wan Do ... Model (as Do Seung Wan)
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Storyline

In this sequel to "Tokyo Raiders", wisecracking, kung-fu-fighting spy/private eye Lam jets off to Seoul, South Korea with a bevy of gorgeous assistants to pursue the thief of a valuable money-counterfeiting plate. Once again, sundry chases, brawls, and double-crosses ensue against a gorgeous jetsetting urban backdrop. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Comedy | Action

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HOT PLACE
Performed by Park Young Ho
Composed by Tommy Wai
Lyrics by Park Young Ho
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Huh !?
14 June 2009 | by ebiros2See all my reviews

One thing I can say about this film is it's not entertaining except for watching the landscape around Seoul which is one of the cleanest city I've ever seen. Action is one of the worst I've seen, with characters I get to hate watching, and pretty bad music.

Director just wasn't into putting in details that makes movie compelling. Movie is often a reflection of director's personality, and this guy either is a very boring guy, or wasn't into it when he made this.

Owen character was pretty annoying to me. Yeah I would want to punch him in the face. That bad. With the main antagonist being of this caliber, there's no hope of movie getting off the ground.

Rating this movie is a no win situation. The plot is totally boring which was seen many times before on other movies of counterfeit money plate being the plot ploy to keep the story going. I watched this movie till the end because I wanted to see more of Seoul's city scape.


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Country:

South Korea | Hong Kong

Release Date:

3 February 2005 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Hon shing gung leuk See more »

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Hong Kong, China See more »

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Budget:

HKD40,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$965,110
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1.85 : 1
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