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17 years after the events of first movie, Choi Sung-hoon, Lee Han Dong's son, who grew up in abusive family, and has fallen to life of petty crime, ends up in jail, same one where Lee Jeong-suk is serving his sentence. Choi Sung-hoon's mother there visits Lee Jeong-suk and begs him to take her son under his protection. Being Lee Han Dong's childhood friend he agrees, and Choi Sung-hoon who never had any sort of proper role model in his life, is quickly swayed by this senior. But what will happen when Choi Sung-hoon learns why is Lee Jeong-suk sentenced in the first place?Written by
My rating star will tell you my thoughts, this movie just sacrificed the first ep for MONEY. They shouldve leave the story, but greed wanted to make them this horrible movie. Acting 0, story didnt even connected that good, dragged too much. Modern Korean movies just lost its way.
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