Starring: Park Sang-Min, Lee Il-Jae, Bang Eun-Hee
Director: Im Kwon-Taek
About This DVD
When he lost his mother, Kim Du-Han became an 8-year-old orphan. He came to join a violent gangster world around Wu Mi Kwan Theater in Jong Ro while he was begging for money and food. He is soon recognized in this world.
Then it is known that he is general Kim Jwa-Jin's son by Shin Ma-Jeok, leader of student gangster. By the way as Japanese Yakuja extends their power to Jong Ro, Kim Du-Han protects Korean shop owners in that area and obtains confidence from them. At that time Kim Ki-Hwa, leader of Wu Mi Kwan region is caught and Kim Du-Han becomes a legitimate leader of Jong Ro gangster world.
After World War I, Japan set out to spread its influence over adjacent parts of Asia in whatever way it could. It conquered Manchuria and Korea and set up puppet governments throughout the entire region, including China.
This highly successful and patriotic South Korean movie chronicles the development of the famed independence activist Kim Du-han, who was the son of an important independence fighter, a leading figure in the battles of that time. Beginning with scenes from his boyhood participation in native Korean gangs, the film contains lots of actions scenes, leading up to the time when Kim became a statesman who set the agenda for the newly liberated South Korea's relations with the rest of the world.
|Audio Format:||DD 2.0 Stereo|
|Video Format:||Widescreen 1.85:1 (Anamorphic)|
|Special Features:||- HD Telecine Remastered
- Original Poster
- Photo Gallery