A widowed father and taxi driver who drives a German reporter from Seoul to Gwangju to cover the 1980 uprising, soon finds himself regretting his decision after being caught in the violence around him.
SPOILER: In the first credits scene, Kim prepares to be reincarnated, but is approached by Yeomra about "working together," implying he may stay in the afterlife and take on Gang-lim's former position. See more »
MY GOODNESS !! they delivered 200% of what I was waiting for ...
The plot was strong and connected ,, proceeding with saving the soul of Kim Ja-hong during a long trial of 49 days ... and introducing the side story of the kid and the grandfather and their protector was a bold smart choice ,, and finally we know the truth and connection between the trio "Gang-rim, Hae Won-maeg and I Deog-chun" ... It was literally near perfection, the cinematography and visual effects were spot on ,, and even the script had more action than the first movie it still didn't lose the emotional dramatic part.
The cast was even better than last time ,, they now get along "in away" and you can feel the banter and back and forth comedic lines flying :D .
The final two scenes in the credits were amazing and shocking and a possible open gate for "finger crossed" a third and last movie to see how the story of "Kim Ja-hong" will finally end :)
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