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The Classified File (2015)

Geukbisusa (original title)
Not Rated | | Crime, Drama | 18 June 2015 (South Korea)
A detective and a fortune teller join forces to find a kidnapped child whom none expects to be alive.

Director:

Kyung-taek Kwak

Writer:

Kyung-taek Kwak
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Cast

Credited cast:
Yoon-seok Kim ... Gil-yong
Hae-Jin Yoo ... Joong-san (as Hae-jin Yoo)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jeong Ho-bin ... Seo Jung-hak
Bong-sik Hyun Bong-sik Hyun ... Junior detective (as Bong-Shik Hyeon)
Ji-Geon Jang Ji-Geon Jang ... Detective Jo
Myeong-gap Jang Myeong-gap Jang ... Chief Yoo (as Myung-Gap Jang)
Sun-mi Jin Sun-mi Jin ... Joong-san's wife
Young Ho Joo ... Seoul Detective #2
Tae-Hoon Kim Tae-Hoon Kim ... Central district detective #5
Ho-Chul Lee Ho-Chul Lee ... Bae Cheol-ho
Joon-hyuk Lee ... Mae Seok-hwan
Yoon-Hee Lee Yoon-Hee Lee ... Criminal investigation chief
Moon-cheol Nam Moon-cheol Nam ... Chief Police Commissioner
Young-chang Song ... Eun-joo's father
Jin-Ha Yoon Jin-Ha Yoon ... Driver Cheon
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Storyline

A veteran detective receives a special request from the parents of a missing child to investigate her case. As the clever kidnapper eludes the police, the case becomes more and more of a mystery. When a fortuneteller foretells the child's whereabouts, people get to listen to what he says. He also tells that the detective is the only one who can save her. With no one to trust, the two come closing in around the kidnapper using any means possible. Written by ShaiDJ

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Taglines:

33 Days of Missing...Nobody but them believed she's still alive.

Genres:

Crime | Drama

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Two great Korean actors
20 December 2018 | by heniekbSee all my reviews

I'm not a big fan of Yoon-Seok Kim and to my surprise he is very good here. I think sometimes is characters are too washed up so you stop caring for them. Sometimes it makes a perfect sense like in 'Hwayi: A Monster Boy' but sometimes like in 'Sea Fog' you just get irritated. Here the balance is right and I really enjoyed watching him. On the other hand Hae-jin Yoo is as good as it gets. I have a great sentiment to this actor who is like a good wine.


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Country:

South Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

18 June 2015 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

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Box Office

Budget:

KRW5,500,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$19,243,890
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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