City of the Rising Sun

Synopsis: This is about two young men who want to find the meaning of their lives. Do Chul is a boxer who never wins a game. While trying to make some money, he gets involved with Hong-Gi, a small-time crook. They somehow make friends and hang around together, but their views toward life and the world are almost opposite. Do Chul despises Hong-Gi's blind materialism. Hong-Gi mocks Do Chul's obsession with good-for-nothing boxing career.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Sung-su Kim
  1 win.
108 min

You read me?

You got to be

alert for what I said.

Don't get on to my nerve.

Why? What if I don't?

Shouldn't I say that again?

Shouldn't l?

Listen, huh?

Don't get on to my nerve.

Im broke, how can I pay back?...


You just can't say there's

nothing you can do.

You got to help me out.

Im a boxer

but I don't want violence.


You're a boxer, should I scare?

I have my background too, bastard!


Be quick! We're leaving.

You two little shitheads

how dare you behave like that?

Useless shit! Just go back

and sell your damn potatoes.

Hey! You hit me!

Come on, come on.

That's enough, stop that.

That's enough.

Come on, stop that.

Please don't hit me.

You're doing great.

That's for your money.


Tough time for you.

Do-chul, you buy

yourself some clothes.

Thank you.

How about me?

Can you get the money by yourself?

And you'll just

spend it all the way out.

Save some for yourself.

Brother, you got a car?.



What do you usually go out by?


What if after 12:00 a.m.?


Last time, I did

walk home from station.

What? How's that?

No girls love boxing these days.

You got to follow the trend,

like, telling jokes.

What? Take me as clown?

What clown? Forget it.



You didn't bring me the photo.

Have I introduced before?

Brother, I met a nice guy.

Look that way, the man in brown.

The one sitting...

Don't stick around with that

bastard. That would ruin your life.

I have told you, you must trust me...


You are the boxer, right?

Not anymore.

Did my wife

order you to follow me?

I got lots of great pictures here.

Why did you show it to me?

Nothing serious.

Im just little short lately.

Do-chul, come here.

Hey! Cheong Kit

Why did you come?


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