Synopsis: Veteran detective Sang-gil and beat cop Eun-yeong are in charge of a case that seems to involve a simple act of self-immolation. Sang-gil initially thinks that it was an accident, but dog bite marks discovered on the body lead him to believe that someone had terrorized and murdered the victim. He and Eun-yeong investigate the source of the drugs found in the body and discover the victim had been pimping out young girls. At the same time, another murder involving a wolf-dog crossbreed occurs The two cases are labeled serial killings. With a connection between the victims uncovered, Sang-gil and Eun-yeong track down a potential witness. While questioning her, one of the mysterious dogs strikes out of the blue, killing the witness and stunning the cops.
Genre: Action, Thriller
Director(s): Ha Yoo
Production: CJ Entertainment
114 min



Executive producer Jay GIL

Co-executive producers

LEE Tae-hun KIM Jee-hoon

PARK Hyun-tae JIN Young-a

KIM Hak-beom CHAE Yoon LEE Hyuk-jin

SHIN Kang-young

NAM Ki-moon LEE Yong-jun

Associate producer LEE Sang-moo

Investment executive JANG Jin-seung

I'll be there.


HelP me!

SONG Kang-ho

LEE Na-young

SHIN Jeong-kun

LEE Seong-min

GWON Tae-won

CHO Young-jin

Cinematographer KONG Pyung-jae

Lighting by KANG Dae-hee

Production designer LEE Seung-han

Production sound mixer LEE Gy-su (LIVE)

Makeup and Hair designer

KIM Sec:

Costume designer

LEE Ji-yeon

Edited by PARK Gok-ji

Music by KIM Jun-seek

Sound designed by

CHOI Tae-young (Live Tone)

Visual effects

RYU Jae-hwan (4th Creative Party)

Martial arts choreographer

PARK Jung-ryul

Special effects DEMOLITION

Line producer

SHIN Gyeong-ho

Prod uced by

LEE Tae-h u n

Written and Directed by YOO Ha


In that kind of fire,

you won't get any fingerprints.

How did it start?

The victim was sitting in the car

when he suddenly caught on fire.


Was it a suicide?

We're looking into the cause.

The witness didn't see any accelerant.

The witness was a homeless man

and very drunk.

He said the victim drank something.

Maybe that was an accelerant.

What about a cell phone?

According to the lab,

it wasn't a cell battery explosion.

Any other inflammables?

There were a burnt gas burner

and a plastic bottle.

We aren't sure if there was

any accelerant in the bottle.

Search if there's a will.

Yes, sir.

Do you have an ID on the body?


Everything was burnt to a crisp.

It'll take some time.

- What's that?

- This?

- It looks like a belt buckle.

- A belt buckle?

Any words from Missing Persons?


Hey, Sang-gill

Did you run the license plate?

It's an unregistered vehicle.

The car's so burnt

we can't get any fingerprints.


Hi, Eun-young.

Good. You came.

Say hello to Detective Jo.

Hello, sir.

I'm Eun-young Cha.

Nice to meet you.

He's your superior.

Support him well.

Nice to meet you.

You were a patrol officer?

You don't wanna ride

your motorcycle no more?

She worked as a detective briefly.

Take good care of her.

I don't do babysitting.


Where should I start?

Wait outside.


There's nothing here for you.

Wait outside.

This is a scene of fire.

I'm all burnt inside too.

You know you like it.


You wanted a partner.

And she's cute.

If you think she's cute,

you take her.


You know what we need?

We don't need high-tech tools.

We need a touch of a woman.

Idiot. Shut up!

There's the promotion situation

and difficult personality issue.

Try your best to fit in.

Yes sir.

If you need to,

amuse him with your charm.

Though you don't seem like the type.

Did you find me?

Are you almost done?


This case.

You take it.


The other team is busy

with other investigations.

Please take the case.

No way.


I said no.

And I don't want

the girl either.

What am I to this team?

A housekeeper?



I understand we are classmates.

But I'm your superior

in front of the team.

You want me to clean up

a simple drop and dead case?

And there's the woman

cop thing too.

Everybody's busy.

As a senior,

you should help the young ones.

Help me too.

I need that promotion.


Next time,

I'll give you a big case.

I promise.


You are divorced?

You're only thirty years old.

Why did you break up?

We had issues over my work.

What man likes his wife

working night shifts?

Why do you wanna do this again?

I love working

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