War of the Arrows

During the Second Manchu invasion of Korea, master archer Nam-Yi’s sister Ja-in and her husband Seo-Goon are taken captive on their wedding day by invading Manchurians. Nam-Yi embarks on a rescue mission but must defeat Jyu Shin-Ta and the Manchurian Prince Dorgon that Shin-Ta protects.


A band of pirates and a group of bandits fight to catch a gray whale that has swallowed a royal stamp.

KUNDO: Age of the Rampant

Set in the 19th century. Jo Yoon (Gang Dong-Won) is the illegitimate son of a wealthy nobleman and a gisaeng. Because his father and his wife failed to have a son themselves, they bring Jo Yoon into their home at the age of 10. Later, his stepmother gives birth to their first legitimate son. Jo Yoon struggles for recognition from his father.
A chance though arises for Jo Yoon to become a legitimate son. His younger stepbrother is killed by a group of thieves. Jo Yoon possesses elite sword skills and decides to plunder from the poor to amass a vast fortune. To become the only heir, Jo Yoon then decides to kill the pregnant wife of his late stepbrother.
Meanwhile, Dol Moo-Chi (Ha Jung-Woo) works as a lowly butcher. He lives with his mother and younger sister. Dol Moo-Chi is then brought in front of Jo Yoon and is hired to kill Jo Yoon’s pregnant sister-in-law. Dol Moo-Chi though is unable to carry out the execution. His failure causes tragedy to unfold upon his family and himself. As Dol Moo-Chi is about to be executed, a group of righteous thieves known as Kundo arrives.

The Terror Live

“I’ll blow up Mapo Bridge.” An anonymous call comes into a radio station one day. When it turns out to be legitimate, a terrorist’s threats end up getting broadcast live throughout the country.

A Company Man

Hyeong-Do (So Ji-Sub) is an assassin for a company that masquerades as a metal trading company. One day, he takes on a job partnering with a man Hyun-Yi, who is he is to kill afterwards. Hyun-Yi asks a favor to Hyeong-Do which is to give money to his family. Hyeong-Do visits Hyun-Yi’s home where he meets Hyun-Yi’s wife Su-Yeon (Lee Mi-Yeon). Su-Yeon is a former singer whom Hyeong-Do admired in the past. Guilt, an unknown feeling up to this point for Hyeong-Do, begins take over Hyeong-Do.