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Luck-Key (2016)

Leokki (original title)
A hapless loser assumes the identity of an amnesia victim without knowing that he is an assassin.

Director:

Kae-Byeok Lee (as Gye-byeok Lee)

Writers:

Yoon-Mi Jang (adapted screenplay), Yoon-Mi Jang | 2 more credits »
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2 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Hae-Jin Yoo ... Hyung-wook (as Hae-jin Yoo)
Joon Lee ... Jae-sung
Yun-hie Jo ... Rina
Ji-yeon Lim Ji-yeon Lim ... Eun-ju (as Ji-Yeon Lim)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Soon-Hyoung Cha Soon-Hyoung Cha ... Choi Moon-seok (as Soon-hyeong Cha)
Sung-je Cha ... Elementary school student #1
Joon Go Joon Go ... Kwon Hee-rak
Jo Han-Chul ... (as Han-Cheol Jo)
Hye-bin Jeon ... Hye-bin
Dong-hwi Lee ... Min-suk (as Dong-Hwi Lee)
Sung-Wook Lee Sung-Wook Lee ... Nam Myung-Jin
Chang-ho Seong Chang-ho Seong
Byoung-Sook Sung Byoung-Sook Sung ... Rina's Mom
Cha Yub Cha Yub ... (as Yeop Cha)
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Storyline

A reverse comedy that tells the story of a perfectionist assassin who falls and hits his head in a sauna, giving him amnesia. When a down-and-out actor switches locker keys with him, they switch lives until the hit-man, who soon becomes an action hero on TV, starts to remember things.

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Genres:

Action | Comedy | Crime

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Trivia

This is the second time where actor Lee Joon play a young man who want to become an actor, the first one is in "Rough Play" (2013). See more »

Connections

Remake of Kagi-dorobô no mesoddo (2012) See more »

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better than the original in comedy
20 May 2017 | by fluffsetSee all my reviews

Anyone who have watch the original one from Japan in 2012 may like or quite dislike this remake. But me, who really love the original one really like this one too!

The original one by Kenji Uchida is perfect, its well-balanced in comedy, crime and drama with its smart story telling. This Korean version just take the main idea and change the whole story quite a bit but its really good and enjoyable. What I love the most is their focus in the comedy, even though the original one have its funny moment too, the Korean version have take the advantages of the body swap situation to make it more funny and hilarious to watch. This movie make me laughing out loud a lot. Its more lighter than the original one but I bet if you watch both, you will like all of them. Enjoy.


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Country:

South Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

21 October 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Luck-Key See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$113,846, 23 October 2016

Gross USA:

$466,505

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$48,913,975
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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