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Along With the Gods: The Last 49 Days (2018)

Sin-gwa ham-kke: In-gwa yeon (original title)
Not Rated | | Action, Drama, Fantasy | 1 August 2018 (South Korea)
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In the afterlife, one guardian helps a man through his trials, while his two colleagues help a former guardian on earth.


Yong-hwa Kim


Ho-min Ju (comic "Singwa hamkke"), Yong-hwa Kim (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Jung-woo Ha ... Gang-lim
Ju Ji-Hoon ... Hae Won-maeg (as Ji-hun Ju)
Hyang-gi Kim ... I Deog-chun
Ma Dong-seok ... Seongju sin
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kyung-soo Do ... Won Dong-yeon Ilbyeong
Jo Han-Chul ... Prosecutor
Kijoon Hong Kijoon Hong ... Mileon royal bodyguard (as Ki-Joon Hong)
Hong-In Hong-In ... Hae Won-maek's subordinate 1
Gwang Jang ... God of Violence Hell
Ah-Mi Jung Ah-Mi Jung ... Kang Moon-jik's wife
Hae-Kyun Jung ... God of Murder Hell
Ji-Hoon Jung Ji-Hoon Jung ... Heo Hyeon-dong
Kwon Soo Jung Kwon Soo Jung ... Jurchen girl
Yoo-An Jung Yoo-An Jung ... Young Gang-rim
Lee Jung-jae ... Yeom-la Daewang


In the afterlife, one guardian helps a man through his trials, while his two colleagues help a former guardian on earth.

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Crazy Credits

SPOILER: In the first credits scene, Kim prepares to be reincarnated, but is approached by Yeomra about "working together," implying he may stay in the afterlife and take on Gang-lim's former position. See more »


Follows Along With the Gods: The Two Worlds (2017) See more »

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Captain Ganglim and his crew have one more soul to reincarnate before achieving their reincarnation
27 August 2018 | by pal05052003See all my reviews

A wonderful follow up to its predecessor, the movie picks up directly after the first. While I was doubtful on how they could make the story as compelling as the first one, this sequel delivers by focusing on the backstories of Ganglim and his crew. It also slowly builds around the previous story without retreading on the old plot. Furthermore, it also provides closure to the first part by seeing the aftermath of the events of the first movie. In fact, there are three layers of stories, the conclusion of the first part, Ganglim and his crew's backstories, and a new mission for the team while Ganglim is occupied. Jung-woo Ha returns as Ganglim and is every relatable while maintain a charismatic performance. Ji-Hoon Ju's character is given another side the audience has not seen, while the ever-likable Hyang-gi Kim's still shines. Dong Soek Ma's portrayal as the benevolent kitchen god is an great addition to the series, and his talent is not wasted. Plot-wise there are many twists and though some could be predicted, others are not. There are great after credit scenes too, and something that looks like the starting of a franchise. But the storytelling is still good, and most of the protagonists get to shine.

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Release Date:

1 August 2018 (South Korea) See more »

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Box Office


KRW35,000,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$311,743, 5 August 2018

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Atmos


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