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The Spy: Undercover Operation (2013)

Seu-pa-i (original title)
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About an agent who is undercover in a foreign country while his wife has no idea what he does for a living.

Directors:

Lee Seung-jun (as Lee Seung-Joon-I), Lee Seung-jun

Writers:

Su-jin Park, JK Youn (as Je-kyoon Yoon)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Kyung-gu Sol ... Chul-Soo
So-Ri Moon ... Young-Hee
Daniel Henney ... Ryan
Yeri Han ... Baek Sul-Hee (as Ye-ri Han)
Chang-Seok Ko ... Department Head Jin
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dean Dawson ... Head C.I.A. Agent
Seol Kyeong-gu Seol Kyeong-gu ... Cheol-soo
Na-ra Lee ... Flight Attendant (as Eun-woo Lee)
Mi-ran Ra ... Yogurt delivery woman
Kahlid Elijah Tapia ... C.I.A. Agent 2
Do-Yeon Yang Do-Yeon Yang ... Incheon port coroner
Troy Zitzelsberger Troy Zitzelsberger ... CIA Agent
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Storyline

The Spy: Undercover Mission is an espionage comedy that follows Chul-Soo, a super spy whom is hiding his true identity under the cover of working as a civil servant, not even his wife Young-Hee knows about his true identity. Come the bombing at the heart of Seoul, Chul-Soo is sent to Bangkok to investigate a lead that could prove to solve the case. While on the job, Chul-Soo comes to find his wife Young-Hee, whom is supposed to be in South Korea, with a handsome foreigner named Ryan. Chul-Soo is now facing two difficult tasks; a mission to save his beloved country, but also to save his own marriage. Written by Paul Magne Haakonsen

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Genres:

Action | Comedy

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »
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'Myung-se Lee' (0497934) was originally set to direct but dropped out due to creative difference and production cost. See more »

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Funny
20 June 2020 | by phd_travelSee all my reviews

The main joke about the spy and his unknowing wife does manage to carry this show through the movie. There is enough fun action in Thailand and Korea to sustain the story. Good action in the restaurant. The casting is good. Sol Kyung-gu acts well as the spy. Daniel Henney does sleazy enough as the villain and Moon So-ri is not annoying as the wife. This could have been painful or unfunny in other hands but here it was enjoyable and feel good.


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Country:

South Korea

Language:

Korean | English | Chinese | Japanese

Release Date:

5 September 2013 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

The Spy See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$22,468,512
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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