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A Violent Prosecutor

A Violent Prosecutor

Feb. 03, 2016 South Korea126 Min.
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8.7 1,764 votes

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Hwang Jung-min isByun Jae-Wook
Byun Jae-Wook
Kang Dong-won isHan Chi-Won
Han Chi-Won
Lee Sung-min isWoo Jong-Gil
Woo Jong-Gil
Park Sung-woong isYang Min-Woo
Yang Min-Woo
Kim Eung-Soo isKang Young-Sik
Kang Young-Sik
Park Jong-Hwan isLee Jin-Seok
Lee Jin-Seok
Han Jae-young isJang Hyun-Seok
Jang Hyun-Seok


After a prosecution lawyer is framed and convicted for murder, he tries to catch the real murderer from jail with the help of a con artist.

A Violent Prosecutor
Original title검사외전
IMDb Rating6.6 870 votes
TMDb Rating7.8 19 votes

(2) comments

  • Subrat JainAugust 1, 2016Reply

    An okayish formula flick that’s somewhat easy on the eyes!!

    So I had been dying to watch this as it stars Jung-min Hwang and I am a
    fan I must admit. But due to the lack of good subtitles I was not able
    to do so. Finally, yesterday I got my hands on some decent English subs
    and dove right in to watch this. I wouldn’t say that I was disappointed
    but it certainly wasn’t up to my expectations.

    The story is pretty simple with Byun Jae-wook, a honest prosecutor,
    being framed for murder by negligence and thrown into the jail with a
    15 year sentence. The film then depicts his struggles to fight the
    corrupt system and get out.

    Looking at the plot I thought there would be an intense drama showing
    his hardship in the jail, but sadly they avoided that part and the
    story leaps 5 years ahead as soon as he is imprisoned and shows him as
    the ”prince of prison”. I was hoping to see some solid prison drama

    The latter part deals with Byun Jae-wook reopening the case and
    fighting his case in a courtroom. I expected some decent courtroom
    drama but this too ends abruptly leaving to much to imagination.

    What lifts up the movie from a dismal plot is the acting by the cast,
    especially Dong-won Kang. He plays his role as a con man to near
    perfection and does a commendable job. Jung-min Hwang too is slick and
    handles whatever is thrown at his like a real pro. There chemistry in
    the jail is rather good. They bond on screen with real ease and make
    you chuckle every now and then.

    All being said you can give the movie a go, just don’t expect anything
    too gritty or earth shattering.

  • KineticSeoulAugust 6, 2016Reply

    Fairly standard but it’s watchable if you have the patience.

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

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