Jong-Woo (Shin Ha-Kyun) went to prison four times for petty crimes likes burglary and car theft, but he now works as an auto mechanic. He has a 17-year-old son named Gi-Hyuk (Lee Min-Ho), which he raises by himself. Gi-Hyuk is a smart kid, but troubled. The father and the son also do not get along. Although, Jong-Woo might appear like an irresponsible father, he tries his best and even works at night as a private taxi service. One evening, Jong-Woo drops off a couple at a ritzy hotel. Suddenly, another man hops into Jong-Woo's car and tells him to drive off. Once the man pulls out large stash of cash, Jong-Woo is happy to drive the man wherever he wants. The man asks Jong-Woo to drive him to a delivery company. Jong-Woo walks into the delivery company and asks for directions to the bathroom. He then notices the man mailing off a small electronic device. The man then comes up to Jong-Woo and offers him $1,000 if he will drive him to an apartment and then to the airport. Jong-Woo ...Written by
This was an OK action/thriller with a couple of good laughs. It is not as good as I have come to expect out of South Korea, but that bar is set high due to the fact that South Korea has produced some amazing movies in the last decade or two. This was a one time watch. If you have already watched the cream of the countries crop, then this will be fine. On the other hand slightly better than mediocre. kind of had a cheesy feel to it. If you've got a thing for foreign movies,give it a try and you would be disappointed, as movie have enough action and drama to keep it interested till the end Conclusion - Good for one time watch
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