The Spy Gone North

(Korean Movie)
The Spy Gone North (DVD) Korean Movie
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The Spy Gone North

The Spy Gone North

  • Video
  • NTSC: Widescreen 16:9
  • Audio
  • Korean
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese, Malay
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region All

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  • Title : The Spy Gone North / 공작
  • Genre : Politic / Action
  • Running time: Appx. 137 minutes
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2018
  • Listing date : 19 Dec 2018
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)
  • Production country : Korea

  • Cast by
  • Hwang Jung Min , Lee Sung Min , Cho Jin Woong , Ju Ji Hoon , Park Sung Woong , Lee Hyo Ri
  • Synopsis
  • In 1993 Korea, the only country where the Cold War continues, tensions surrounding the development of nuclear weapons escalate. Seok-young Park, an army major in the South Korea military intelligence with the code name 'Black Venus' is assigned a mission to infiltrate the North Korean nuclear facility. Seok-young disguises himself as a South Korean businessman working on a collaborative project with North Korea, and approaches Myung-woon Lee, a North Korean high official based in Beijing. After laying down groundwork for years, Seok-young finally manages to win the North Korean ruling class' trust and secure a contract for joint advertising. However, Seok-young soon discovers that both North and South Korea are making secret deals for their own interests in the 1998 South Korea presidential election.

  • Synopsis
  • In 1993 Korea, the only country where the Cold War continues, tensions surrounding the development of nuclear weapons escalate. Seok-young Park, an army major in the South Korea military intelligence with the code name 'Black Venus' is assigned a mission to infiltrate the North Korean nuclear facility. Seok-young disguises himself as a South Korean businessman working on a collaborative project with North Korea, and approaches Myung-woon Lee, a North Korean high official based in Beijing. After laying down groundwork for years, Seok-young finally manages to win the North Korean ruling class' trust and secure a contract for joint advertising. However, Seok-young soon discovers that both North and South Korea are making secret deals for their own interests in the 1998 South Korea presidential election.