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Whatever it may lose in entertainment value, however, it gains back in respect.
I hope to see more political thrillers like Double Agent in the future, not necessarily about North-South relations, but about all aspects of the recent history of the Korean peninsula.
The supporting cast provides an able support as well.
Two standouts: Song Jae-ho, (who starred in the two top hit films of 1970s, Young-ja's Heyday , Winter Woman : it is such a pleasure to see him again in no less than two movies this year), breathtakingly changes from a kindly, humanitarian doctor to an assassin who can coldly "liquidate" a witness in the blink of an eye.
There are so many compelling stories yet to be told on the silver screen.
(Kyu Hyun Kim) Perhaps no Korean film of recent years has had a greater commercial impact than the romantic comedy My Sassy Girl.
There is no liberty in South Korea either, dumbass." These bureaucratic scourges know that preservation of the system is what the spy game is all about: neither revolution, nor justice, nor the unification of the "people split asunder" has anything to do with it in the end.
Ju-hee, on a visit from Suwon, becomes acquainted with a boy her age named Jun-ha (Cho Seung-woo) who takes her downriver to a crumbling 'haunted' house.
On their way back they lose their boat and are caught up in a rain shower, so that they return very late and Ju-hee is sent back to Suwon by her angry parents.
Later, however, they become re-acquainted at high school, and a love triangle emerges between them and Jun-ha's best friend.
The film is quite long, and takes many more twists and turns as it jumps between past and present.