A Bittersweet Life

Synopsis: Things go wrong for a high ranking mobster when he doesn't proceed by his boss's orders.
Genre: Action, Drama
Director(s): Jee-woon Kim
Production: CJ Entertainment
  7 wins & 4 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
120 min

No, sir.

Have you ever been in love?

No, you haven't.

That's why I'm entrusting you

with this job.

That's why I like you.

Okay, let's go.

Goodbye, sir!

President Kang told me

to give this to you personally.

I'm sorry?

President Kang told me

to give this to you personally.

What's that?

Wow, it's so funny-looking.

It's so like Mr. Kang.

It's cute.

Don't you think so?

Hello, not yet.

Already? Hold on a second...

President Kang also said

I should drive you today.

Oh, I don't need a ride.

You can go, it's fine.

- He said I should take you myself.

- I'll let him know about it.

Well, then, I'll see you later.

If you need anything,

please contact me here.

It's okay, I don't need it.

Oh, give it to me anyway.


Heesoo, Heesoo.

They sure like to get around...

Maybe it's because they're still young?

Why isn't she getting out?

Hey, Moon Suk.

Everything okay?


President Baek, that asshole...

He keeps calling and bothering me.

Asking how could we do this to him.

He says he lost face

because of you.

He wants to meet you.

I said no, his guys were to blame.

But he insists on meeting you.

He's calling me every 10 minutes.

I think you should...

What the...

Who's bugging me now?

See? He's calling again.

I'm sick of getting it.

You take care of it now.

Hello, this is Kim Sunwoo.

Well, if you have something to say,

Come here and tell me yourself.

I'm hanging up.

I took care of it.

Hello, hello.

He... hello? Hello?

Fucker, hung up on me.

What a rude bastard. Hello?

Should I?

Leave it!

Laughing? You think that's funny?

Funny huh?

You go around smiling like an idiot...

That's why you get your ass kicked.

Damn you bastard, look at me.

Look at me, damn it.


I'm sorry, sir.

Do you think it's funny?

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