Starring: Jeong-Min Hwang, Dal-Su Oh, Deok-Hwan Ry
Director: Dae-Min Park
Studio: CJ Entertinment (Korea)
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About This DVD
Found inside a small room located in a secluded yard are dark pools of blood, with the room’s owner, Min Su-hyun, nowhere to be seen. Min’s father offers a big reward for anyone who finds his son, and, eager for that money, Young-dal(Oh Dal-su), a police officer stationed in Jongno, begins desperately tracking the trail of Min. Meanwhile, Gwang-su(Ryu Deok-hwan), a physician-in-training, discovers that the cadaver he found and brought to his lab for dissection is none other than the body of Min Su-hyun.
Inside Min Su-hyun’s room, Jin-ho finds white powder and a peculiar Japanese Karakuri doll. Gwang-su and Jin-ho track down Soon-duk(Um Ji-won), a female inventor who works under a hidden identity, to receive the Far Seeing Eye, or a telescope, and a stethoscope-like machine called the Secret Listener that allows users to hear the faintest of sounds. After discovering that the white powder is morphine, the two men infiltrate an illegal opium house from where morphine is said to be secretly distributed. Once there, they find out Min was last seen performing as a member of the circus troupe. Meanwhile, a second murder occurs…
|Audio Format:||DD 5.1|
|Video Format:||Widescreen 2.35:1 (Anamorphic)|
|Running Time:||110 + 120 min.|
- Making Docu
- The Character
- Deleted Scenes
- Hey, What Are You Searching For? - Short Film
- Making Poster
- Theatrical Trailer
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