After a battle between Joseon and Qing forces in Manchuria only three soldiers from Joseon survive. They take refuge in an abandoned inn. Soon it is clear that they have as much to fear from each other as from the Qing forces.
A father goes all out to clear his daughter from any wrong doing in the murder of his fiance. When all evidence points to her, he takes matters into to his own hands to save his daughter and outwit the judiciary system.
A coup in North Korea forces an agent to defect to South with unconscious "Number One". While operatives from North hunt for both of them, the agent has to work with South Koreans to stop the nuclear war.
The story was really interesting but there were parts that seemed too slow (scenes without action). By the second half of the movie, there were twist and turns happened made things a lot better.
You would get really mad at most of the scenes but the ending was very good.
There are so many morbid/brutal scenes. I almost stopped watching in the beginning because of it.
Action scenes were really good and intense.
I was shocked to see Peter Stormare (Lucifer from Constantine movie) here.
I was really amazed at Lee Jong Suk here because he was so scary at some of the scenes. This is the first time I saw him as a villain and he did a great job especially since his previous characters were good guys.
Jang Dong Gun and Kim Myung-min were amazing in their respective roles.
SHOULD YOU WATCH IT: Your choice. Take note that there are many morbid scenes.
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