Theatrical release poster
|Hangul||다찌마와 리: 악인이여 지옥행 급행열차를 타라!|
|Revised Romanization||Dajjimawa Ri: Aginiyeo jiokhaeng geuphaengyeolchareul tara!|
|McCune–Reischauer||Tatchimawa Ri: Aginyiyŏ chiokhaeng kŭpyŏlch‘arŭl t‘ara!|
|Directed by||Ryoo Seung-wan|
|Produced by||Kang Hye-jung|
|Written by||Ryoo Seung-wan|
|Music by||Choi Seung-hyun|
|Edited by||Nam Na-yeong|
|Box office||US$3.7 million|
Dachimawa Lee (Korean: 다찌마와 리: 악인이여 지옥행 급행열차를 타라!; RR: Dajjimawa Ri: Aginiyeo Jiokhaeng Geuphaengyeolchareul Tara; lit. "Dajjimawa Lee: Bye, Villain! Take the Express Train to Hell") is a 2008 South Korean film. It has been released via online streaming in the United States with the title Dachimawa Lee: Gangnam Spy.
The legendary Korean spy Dachimawa Lee is assigned to recover the fabled Golden Buddha statue, but his mission ends in failure. Lee discovers that his mission was sabotaged, and must confront against the shadowy figure behind the plot.
- Im Won-hee ... Dachimawa Lee
- Gong Hyo-jin ... Keum Yeon-ja
- Park Si-yeon ... Ma-ri
- Hwang Bo-ra ... Weird girl
- Kim Byeong-ok ... Mr. Wang
- Kim Su-hyeon ... Dama Ne-gi
- Ahn Gil-kang ... Jin-sang 6
- Ryoo Seung-bum ... National border wildcat
- Oh Ji-hye ... Madame Jang
- Jo Deok-hyeon ... Hoo Gga-shi
- Lee Jeong-heon ... Ya-shi
- Gary (cameo)
- Gil Seong-joon (cameo)
Dachimawa Lee was released in South Korea on August 13, 2008, and was ranked fourth at the box office in its opening weekend with 233,251 admissions. By September 7, 2008, it had received a total of 629,591 admissions, and by September 14, 2008, had grossed a total of US$3,715,997.
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