Mutt Boy

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Mutt Boy
Mutt Boy poster.jpg
Hangul
Revised Romanization Ddong gae
McCune–Reischauer ttonggae
Directed by Kwak Kyung-taek
Produced by Jung Jong-seob
Written by Kwak Kyung-taek
Kim Jang-woo
Starring Jung Woo-sung
Kim Kap-soo
Uhm Ji-won
Music by Yun Min-hwa
Cinematography Hwang Ki-seok
Edited by Park Yu-kyeong
Distributed by Show East
Release dates
  • July 16, 2003 (2003-07-16)
Running time 103 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

Mutt Boy (Hangul: 똥개; RR: Ddong Gae; lit. "Shit dog") is a 2003 South Korean film starring Jung Woo-sung, Kim Kap-soo and Uhm Ji-won. A developmentally-disabled boy grows up in a rural town, and eventually attracts a small gang of followers due to his fighting skills. However, he keeps getting into trouble with the law, and getting picked up by his father, who works as a police officer.

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Chul-min's family consists of himself, his police detective father, his sick mother, and a dog. Chul-min calls the dog "Mutt" or "Stray Dog," but his father calls Chul-min "Mutt" too. The dog is Chul-min's best friend. He doesn't cry when his mom dies, but he does get furious when his dog is eaten by the older boys in his soccer club. He takes his revenge, but his father's patrol car awaits him. Although he now must live on his own, Chul-min wins renown as the one who beat up 21 people all by himself. Many of the town's thugs start to hang around Chul-min, fascinated by him, and he becomes a leader of small-time gangsters. One day his father takes in a young orphan named Jung-ae who was a thief. Eventually Chul-min and Jung-ae develop feelings each other and Chul-min confronts the gang who killed his beloved dog.

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