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Joheunnom nabbeunnom isanghannom ()


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The story of two outlaws and a bounty hunter in 1940s Manchuria and their rivalry to possess a treasure map while being pursued by the Japanese army and Chinese bandits.

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Yoon Tae-goo / The Weird
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Park Chang-yi / The Bad
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Park Do-won / The Good
Je-mun Yun ...
Byung-choon (as Jae-moon Yoon)
Seung-su Ryu ...
Man-gil (as Seung-soo Ryu)
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Kim Pan-joo
Byung-ho Son ...
Seo Jae-sik
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Messenger for Kim Pan-joo (as Dai-soo Oh)
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Song-yi
Kwang-il Kim ...
Two Blades
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Bear (as Don Lee)
Kyeong-hun Jo ...
Doo-chao (as Kyung-hoon Cho)
Hang-soo Lee ...
Kanemaru
Hyun Joong Kang ...
Ghost Market Gang Leader
Sung-min Lee ...
Chef
Chang-sook Ryu ...
Granny
Young-mok Yun ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Cheol-ho Yeom ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Seung-won Seo ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Deok-jae Jo ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Kil-hyun Kim ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Jin-young Noh ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Il-yong Oh ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Young-jae Kwak ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Ki-jun Hong ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Seung-jae Jeon ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Geum-Seong Kil ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Yong-jae Cho ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Myung-hun Yang ...
Chang-yi's Gang
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Chang-yi's Gang (as Jin-yeong Jeong)
Jae-seung Ryu ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Man-ki Kim ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Pil-joong Kim ...
Chang-yi's Gang
Kyung-man Choi ...
Chang-yi's Gang
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Tri-nation Gang
Ha-joon Kim ...
Tri-Nation Gang
Han-sol Lee ...
Tri-nation Gang
Seung-Joon Lee ...
Tri-nation Gang (as Seung-joon Lee)
Seol-gu Lee ...
Tri-nation Gang
Seung-chu Kang ...
Tri-Nation Gang
Rock-jin Choi ...
Tri-Nation Gang
Seung-hyun Song ...
Tri-Nation Gang
Kwang-su Lee ...
Tri-nation Gang
Jae-eun Kang ...
Tri-Nation Gang
Sung-gyun Park ...
Tri-Nation Gang
Woo-sang Yeom ...
Tri-nation Gang
Mavlyanov Jasurbek ...
Tri-Nation Gang
Bana Tehrani Ali Asghar ...
Tri-Nation Gang
Deligeer ...
Zhang Qi
Hakuryû ...
Ishihara
Shôken Kunimoto ...
Abe
Sang-woo Shin ...
Kuroda
Alexander Pavlov ...
Locomotive Engineer
Hong-soo Kim ...
Chinese Captain
Se-hyeong Jeong ...
Chinese Soldier
Jae-eun Jun ...
Hostage Girl in Train
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Hooker with a Bag
Woo-Jeong Oh ...
Japanese Woman in Train
Seo-won Oh ...
Chinese woman in Train
Chan-hyung Kim ...
Manchurian Police in Train
Sang-jae Yoo ...
Manchurian Police in Train
Ki-hyun Choi ...
Manchurian Police in Train
Jung-hyun Cha ...
Manchurian Police in Train
Sung-woo Jung ...
Manchurian Police in Train
Jung-man Son ...
Manchurian Police in Train
Su-hyeon Lee ...
Manchurian Police in Train
Kwang-soon Jang ...
Manchurian Police in Train
Dae-Sung Choi ...
Japanese Gentleman
Dae-won Kim ...
Flag Guy
Hwa-seong Jo ...
Man in Inn (as Hwa-sung Cho)
Yu-Mi Ko ...
Woman in Inn
Jung-hoon Sung ...
Gate Keeper at Ghost Market
Byung-gyu Kwak ...
Ghost Market Gang
Min-jae Kim ...
Ghost Market Gang
Kwang-bok Park ...
Ghost Market Gang
Sang-gyu Son ...
Ghost Market Gang
Jae-hwan Shin ...
Ghost Market Gang
Sung-Ho Lee ...
Ghost Market Gang
Young-soo Lee ...
Ghost Market Gang
Yoo-soo Lee ...
Ghost Market Gang
Chang-soo Lee ...
Ghost Market Gang
Joo-hyun Lim ...
Ghost Market Gang
Seon-kyu Jin ...
Ghost Market Gang (as Sun-gyu Jin)
Eun Se Ki ...
Beauty in Opium House
Sun-Young Kim ...
Beauty in Opium House
Ganna Pionova ...
Beauty in Opium House
Min Yeong ...
Opium Girl
Soo-nam Kim ...
Opium House Man
Yeon-ah Park ...
Little Girl in Opium House
Woo-hyuk Choi ...
Kid in Opium House
Sun-ah Kang ...
Kid in Opium House
Jae-hyeon Park ...
Poster Man
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Son Jin-Hwan ...
Kim Hyeok (uncredited)
Jin-woo Park ...
Hwang (uncredited)
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Na-yeon (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jee-woon Kim ... (as Kim Jee-woon)

Written by

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Jee-woon Kim ... (screenplay) (as Kim Jee-woon)
 
Min-suk Kim ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Jae-Won Choi ... associate producer / producer
Joon H. Choi ... co-producer
Jee-woon Kim ... producer (as Kim Jee-woon)
Joo-Sung Kim ... associate producer
Jung-hwa Kim ... co-producer
Miky Lee ... executive producer
Sang-yong Lee ... co-producer
Woo-sik Seo ... co-producer

Music by

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Dalpalan ... (as Dalparan)
Young-gyu Jang ... (as Yeong-gyu Jang)

Cinematography by

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Mo-gae Lee
Seung-Chul Oh

Film Editing by

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Na-young Nam

Editorial Department

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Yong-gi Lee ... colorist

Production Design by

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Hwa-seong Jo ... (as Hwa-sung Cho)

Art Direction by

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Hwa-seong Jo ... (as Hwa-sung Cho)
Jae-hyun Park

Costume Design by

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Eui-yeong Choi
Yu-Jin Gweon

Makeup Department

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Tae-young Kwak ... special makeup effects artist
Hee Eun Lee ... special makeup effects artist

Production Management

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Sungho Nam ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Min-suk Kim ... assistant director
An-kyu Lee ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Tae-young Choi ... sound
Rob Nokes ... additional sound effects library

Special Effects by

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Do-ahn Jung ... special effects
Hee-kyoung Lee ... special effects: demolition

Visual Effects by

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Kyung Soo Hwang ... visual effects supervisor: Triton
Jay Seung Jaegal ... vfx technical director
Jeong Jaehoon ... digital artist
Kiyoung Jung ... fx technical director
Seo Jungwook ... research and development
Wook Kim ... visual effects supervisor: DTI
Hyukil Kwon ... matte painter
Dong-hoon Lee ... visual effects supervisor: Footage
Seung Ho Lee ... visual effects supervisor: Modball
Jason Madigan ... technical director
Eun Jeong Park ... visual effects coordinator: Footage (as Eun-jung Park)
Sunny Sung-Yong Park ... visual effects artist
Won Bong Park ... visual effects supervisor: Inframe

Stunts

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Heo Myeong Haeng ... martial arts coordinator (as Myeong-haeng Heo)
Joong-hyun Ji ... martial arts coordinator
Joo-hyun Jo ... stunts (as Ju-hyeon Jo)
Doo-hong Jung ... martial arts coordinator
Jin-seok Kwak ... stunts
Kwi-deok Kwon ... stunts (as Gwi-deok Kwon)
Mun-cheol Kwon ... stunts (as Moon-cheol Kwon)
Dong-hyun Park ... stunts
Ji-oh Seo ... stunts
Seung-il Shin ... stunts (as Sung-il Shin)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Remi Epron ... aerial pilot & technician
Kyung-bo Yeo ... steadicam

Other crew

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Huma Khan ... legal post production
Joori Kim ... production accountant
David Magdael ... publicist

Production Companies

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Distributors

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Special Effects

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Other Companies

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  • Cinerent (camera and lighting equipment supplied by: China scenes)
  • HFR (dailies)
  • HFR (digital cinema)
  • HFR (digital intermediate)
  • Kodak (film stock supplied by)
  • Visual Icon (Exclusive Clip and Still Licensing)

Storyline

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Plot Summary

A guksu western. Three Korean gunslingers are in Manchuria circa World War II: Do-wan, an upright bounty hunter, Chang-yi, a thin-skinned and ruthless killer, and Tae-goo, a train robber with nine lives. Tae-goo finds a map he's convinced leads to buried treasure; Chang-yi wants it as well for less clear reasons. Do-wan tracks the map knowing it will bring him to Chang-yi, Tae-goo, and reward money. Occupying Japanese forces and their Manchurian collaborators also want the map, as does the Ghost Market Gang who hangs out at a thieves' bazaar. These enemies cross paths frequently and dead bodies pile up. Will anyone find the map's destination and survive to tell the tale? Written by

Plot Keywords
Taglines One map. Three villains. Winner takes all. See more »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Nom Nom Nom (World-wide, English title)
  • The Good the Bad the Weird (World-wide, English title)
  • Good Bad Weird (Japan, English title)
  • Le bon, la brute et le cinglé (France)
  • The Good, the Bad, the Weird (Germany)
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Runtime
  • 139 min
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Box Office

Budget $10,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Most expensive movie in South Korean cinema history as of 2009. See more »
Goofs When Park Chang-yi spins a supposedly 78-rpm record in Kim Pan-joo's office, the record he play is a 33 1/3 rpm Angel record. Angel records were not around in the 1940's (the record label is from the 1970's). Furthermore, Angel records specialize in classical music and would not release a record of Glenn Miller music even if they had been around at the time of this movie. See more »
Movie Connections Features It Happened One Night (1934). See more »
Soundtracks Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood See more »
Crazy Credits Be sure to watch the credits, as they show great movie stills as well as behind the scenes movie stills. See more »
Quotes Man-gil: The bounty on your head is 300 won.
Yoon Tae-goo: What? I'm only worth a piano?
Man-gil: A used one at that.
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