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Secret Reunion (2010)

North korean spy vs south korean intelligence officer.

Genre : Thriller, Action, Drama

Runtime : 1H 57M

Director : Jang Hoon
Writer : Choi Kwan-Yeong, Jang Hoon, Kim Joo-ho

Synopsis

Two spies share a secret bond, despite their loyalties. A North Korean assassin is sent to Seoul to kill a dissident, but instead he teams up with a South Korean agent in search for revenge.

Actors

Song Kang-ho
Song Kang-ho
Lee Han-kyu
Gang Dong-won
Gang Dong-won
Song Ji-won
Jeon Kuk-hwan
Jeon Kuk-hwan
Shadow
Park Hyeok-kwon
Park Hyeok-kwon
Go Kyung-nam
Yoon Hee-seok
Yoon Hee-seok
Son Tae-soon
Choi Jung-woo
Choi Jung-woo
National Intelligence Deputy
Kwon Beom-taek
Kwon Beom-taek
Ji Myung-hoon
Jeong In-gi
Jeong In-gi
Kim Sung-hak
Jo Hyun-wu
Jo Hyun-wu
Seong-chul
Cha Yup
Cha Yup
Jae-hwan
Lee So-yoon
Lee So-yoon
Hyoung-sook
Lee Jasmine
Lee Jasmine
Du Lee-ahn
Park Yong-jin
Park Yong-jin
Jang Yoo-shin
Lee Jong-goo
Lee Jong-goo
Priest Lee Ki-hoon
Ha Soo-ho
Ha Soo-ho
Suspicious Man
Park Jin-woo
Park Jin-woo
Agent Tailing Tae-soon
Han Seung-do
Han Seung-do
Hallway Fighting Agent 1
Lee Nak-jun
Lee Nak-jun
Hallway Fighting Agent 2
Kim Young-woong
Kim Young-woong
Min-cheol
Go Kyeong-min
Go Kyeong-min
Hyeong-wook
Shin Seung-yong
Shin Seung-yong
Apartment Complex Shooting Agent 1
Bae Yong-geun
Bae Yong-geun
Cryptologist
Lim Se-hwan
Lim Se-hwan
2006 Operator Agent
Ko Jung-min
Ko Jung-min
Kim Sung-hak's Wife
Baek Seung-ik
Baek Seung-ik
Vietnamese Gang Member 1
Hong Seo-baek
Hong Seo-baek
Vietnamese Gang Member 2
Seo Myeong-Seok
Seo Myeong-Seok
Vietnamese Gang Member 3
Kim Kyeong-ran
Kim Kyeong-ran
Go Stop Grandmother 1
Joo Boo-jin
Joo Boo-jin
Go Stop Grandmother 2
Park Seong-yeon
Park Seong-yeon
Lee Han-kyu's Wife (voice)
Park Hyo-bin
Park Hyo-bin
Lee Han-kyu's Daughter
Yoo Ha-bok
Yoo Ha-bok
Detective 1
Kim Moon-hak
Kim Moon-hak
Detective 2
Lee San-ho
Lee San-ho
Detective 3
Ko Chang-seok
Ko Chang-seok
Vietnam Boss
Park Soo-young
Park Soo-young
Regional Police Chief
Kim Kwang-kyu
Kim Kwang-kyu
Gyeongsang Province Director

Crews

Jang Hoon
Jang Hoon
Director
Jang Min-seok
Jang Min-seok
Story
Choi Kwan-Yeong
Choi Kwan-Yeong
Screenplay
Jang Hoon
Jang Hoon
Screenplay
Kim Joo-ho
Kim Joo-ho
Screenplay
Lee Mo-gae
Lee Mo-gae
Director of Photography
Jang Won-seok
Jang Won-seok
Producer
Yoo Young-il
Yoo Young-il
VFX Supervisor
Gang Hye-yeong
Gang Hye-yeong
Sound Designer
Hwang In-jun
Hwang In-jun
Production Design
Kim Yeon-ho
Kim Yeon-ho
Line Producer
Jung Do-ahn
Jung Do-ahn
Special Effects Supervisor
Oh Seung-chul
Oh Seung-chul
Lighting Director
Jeon Yu-jun
Jeon Yu-jun
Fight Choreographer
Park Yong-gi
Park Yong-gi
Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Nam Na-young
Nam Na-young
Editor
Shin Yeon-jeong
Shin Yeon-jeong
Makeup & Hair
Jeong Gwang-ho
Jeong Gwang-ho
Production Sound Mixer
Park Hong-soo
Park Hong-soo
Assistant Director
Lee Jong-woo
Lee Jong-woo
Camera Operator
Son Seung-hyeon
Son Seung-hyeon
VFX Supervisor

Trailers and other movies

Secret Reunion - Trailer

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