Director Dong-won Kim
Music director Kim Si-Hwan
Country South Korea
Genre Action, Comedy
Screenplay Dong-won Kim
Writer Dong-won Kim
|Release date 22 January 2009 (2009-01-22)|
Initial release January 22, 2009 (South Korea)
Cast Jun-ho Jeong (Jang Choon-dong), Un-taek Jeong (Moon Dong-sik, aka Dae Ga-ri), Kyeong-hoon Jeong (Worker 1), Jung Woong-in (Lee Joong-dae), Jeon Mi-seon (Park Jong-ki's wife)
Similar movies Jung Woong-in and Jung Joon-ho appear in City of Damnation and My Boss - My Teacher
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Jang Choon-dong is a traffic officer who aspires to become a homicide detective. After being noticed by his superiors, Choon-dong is assigned to go undercover to infiltrate a gangster network headed by Yang Kwang-seob. Meanwhile, Lee Joong-dae (Jung Woong-in), a member of Kwang-seob's gang, goes undercover himself by joining the police force. Joong-dae tries hard to gain favour with his squad leader and bureau director in an effort to expose Choon-dong's identity, but falls in love with a colleague, Cha Se-rin.
City of Damnation was released in South Korea on 22 January 2009, and was the only Korean film to be released during the Lunar New Year holiday, traditionally a big season for domestic films. On its opening weekend it was ranked third at the box office with 249,720 admissions, and the film's disappointing performance was thought to illustrate a steady decline in the popularity of the gangster comedy genre with local audiences. As of 22 February, City of Damnation had received a total of 1,555,039 admissions nationwide, and as of 1 March had grossed a total of US$7,545,744.
ReferencesCity of Damnation Wikipedia
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