No Mercy for the Rude
|No Mercy for the Rude|
|Revised Romanization||Yeuieomneun geotdeul|
|Directed by||Park Chul-hee|
|Produced by||Hwang Woo-hyun
|Written by||Park Chul-hee|
|Music by||Jeon Sang-yoon|
|Edited by||Steve M. Choe|
|Distributed by||Lotte Entertainment|
A lonely chef with a speech impediment takes a job as a professional killer in order to raise the money he needs for an operation on his tongue. Known as "Killar" (Shin Ha-kyun), he and his partner "Ballet" (Kim Min-joon), make a rule to only kill rude and impolite people. After killing each one of his victims, "Killar" goes to the same bar where he meets "Her" (Yoon Ji-hye), a woman who becomes attracted to him. His life begins to unravel after he and "Ballet" kill the wrong person by mistake.
- Shin Ha-kyun ... "Killar"
- Yeo Jin-goo ..."young killar"
- Yoon Ji-hye ... "Her"
- Kim Min-joon ... "Ballet"
- Kang San ... "Young Boy"
- Park Gil-soo ... "Feces Weight"
- Park Choong-seon ... "Detective Seo"
- Seon Woo ... "Knife Scar"
- Kim Byeong-ok ... "Hairtail"
- Lee Han-wi ... "Chief Killa"
- Kim Eung-soo ... "Director"
- Ko Chang-seok ... "Piano"
No Mercy for the Rude was released in South Korea on 24 August 2006, and on its opening weekend was ranked second at the box office with 269,308 admissions. The film went on to receive a total of 904,802 admissions nationwide, with a gross (as of 17 September 2006) of US$4,884,108.
- No Mercy for the Rude at the Korean Movie Database
- No Mercy for the Rude at the Internet Movie Database
- No Mercy for the Rude at HanCinema
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