The Terrorist (1995 film)

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The Terrorist
The Terrorist(1995) poster.jpg
Hangul 테러리스트
Revised Romanization Teleoliseuteu
McCune–Reischauer T‘erŏrisŭt‘ŭ
Directed by Kim Young-bin
Produced by Lim Choong-ryul
Written by Kim Young-bin
Starring Choi Min-soo
Lee Geung-young
Yum Jung-ah
Music by Choi Kyung-sik
Cinematography Sin Ok-hyun
Edited by Park Soon-duk
Distributed by Seon Ik Films
Release date
  • May 13, 1995 (1995-05-13)
Running time
119 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

The Terrorist (Hangul테러리스트; RRTeleoliseuteu) is a 1995 South Korean film directed by Kim Young-bin, starring Choi Min-soo as the younger brother of a police officer who becomes involved with gangsters. It became a box office hit and earned Choi Min-soo an award for best actor.


Two brothers, Sa-hyun and Soo-hyun, have a close relationship. Soo-hyun is a policeman who fights for justice and Soo-hyun dreams of following in his brother's footsteps. Despite Soo-hyun's intentions, he became a gangster by accident. The tragic film deals with social issues such as family relationships and organized crime.


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