Synopsis: Sung-Bum (Uhm Tae-Woong) is a hot-tempered detective who relies on his intuition to crack cases. He rarely comes across a case that he cannot solve. The body of a police officer is then discovered in a burned out car near an abandoned building. Drugs are also found near the dead officer. To catch the killer the police department sets up a special investigation unit for the case.
Genre: Crime, Thriller
111 min

Lotte Entertainment & Cinergy Present

A Watermelon Pictures Production

Stop staring!

I wasn't!

That's a fat lie, sir.

You're one to talk. Like 'em?

Bigger with stuffing?

These are real.

Yeah, right.

Wanna see? I'll show you!

You nuts?

Go ahead.

So, you can jump me?

Crazy? So, I'll be liable?

I don't hold just anyone liable.

Where are you going on shift?

The bathroom!

Looks smart but talks like a dope.

What the hell!

Eum Tae-woong Joo Won

It's him.

Jung Jin-young Sung Dong-il

Lee Tae-im Kim Jung-tae

Screenplay by Kim Yu-jin, Hwang Sung-gu


Inspector Kim!

Hey! Stop!


Stop there!

What the!


- Bro!

- Lee Jae-wi!

What are you doing?

Can't you tell? I'm on a job!

How about spicy ribs and Soju?

Soju? You can't even drink!

- Stop the car!

- Why!

To catch that bastard!

You'll catch him. You're a pro at that.

I'm going on a job, too.

Don't wanna be late.

Have fun!

Wait! Hold on!

Dang, Jae-wi.

Stupid, why didn't she bring the car!

Producer Lim Min-sup

Directed by Hwang Byung-guk

What do you have to say?

What's this?


Sgt. Lee Jae-wi, Age 32.

Stationed at Yeon-heum Precinct.

In August, 2007,

he was with Kang Do-shik

when he was arrested and brought in.

Don't bring that up again.

Who knew Kang was a druggie?

He was on the Youth Protection Committee.

Who hasn't had a meal with Kang Do-shik here?

So, what if we did.

Keep quiet if you don't wanna

end up on patrol.

And be on time!

Jae-wi just stepped on shit!

Then, what did you do

while your ex-wife suffered?

What did you do for her?

Meth went missing at Kang's house then

That's why Jae-wi

investigated internally


You're saying it's the same Meth?

Shit, you think Jae-wi

banded with a druggie!

Why're you yelling!

- Calm down.

- Hey!

Quiet down!

That's why we're investigating.

Who's the idiot!

Who yacked to the reporters!


Dr. Kim Ho-ryong?

I'm Sgt. Cho Su-han.

I'll be working with you.

There he comes.

I'm Sgt. Cho Su-han.

This way.

You look younger than I thought.

I am younger than you think.

I see.

Get in.

You like the back?

He went for training at FBI

and came back recently.

He volunteered to gain

experience on the front lines.

Why here of all places?

A doctor in criminal profiling?



Why bring in a cock with the cops!

It's an idea of one of the higher-ups

for police development.

Morning, sir.

Pretending to work?

What development?

Call this a 'special investigation team'?

Look around. It's 'special', isn't it?

Always so positive.

Good for you.

The Chief's here.

Who are they?

You've all seen the news.

From now on,

he'll bring in outside experts

to solve this case.

That's why he's here.

Kim Ho-ryong who had training at FBI.

He's an expert in criminal profiling.

Headquarters especially sent him.

So, seek his counsel.

Wants us to investigate or take classes?

What did you say?

Nothing, sir.

Don't worry.

I don't plan on teaching.

This case is our fellow officer...

I mean, our brother's brutal murder.

Ripped socks, worn out shoes,

and sweaty t-shirts.

He was like flesh and blood to us.

Remember his sweat and tears.

He is watching us.


our lives belong to Jesus Christ.

Next week is our revival period, Lord.

Fill our church, Lord.

That little twerp.

Why're you doing this!

What did I do wrong!

Nothing, Geko.

I just got a question for ya.

Who's the new druglord around here?

What druglord!

Once a druggie, always a druggie!

Tell me! Go on!

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