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Publisher : FnC
Release date : Aug 30, 2017
weight : 420g
Aspect Ratio & Format : 2.35:1
Audio : Korean DTS-HD MA 5.1
Subtitles : Korean, English
Rating : 15
Code : A
Run Time: 112 mins
- Special Making
- Behind Sence
- Deleted Scene
Luck Key (Hangul: 럭키; RR: Leokki) is a 2016 South Korean film directed by Lee Gae-byok. It is a remake of the 2012 Japanese comedy film Key of Life.
Jae-sung (Lee Joon), an aspiring actor who hit rock bottom, wants to commit a suicide but decides to clean himself first at a public sauna. Hyung-wook (Yoo Hae-jin), a notorious assassin, just killed a man and tries to clean himself at the same sauna. Hyung-wook slips on a soap Jae-sung accidentally dropped and passes out. Remembering Hyung-wook's luxurious look, Jae-sung switches his locker key with Hyung-wook's and steals his car and money. Feeling guilty, Jae-sung later tries to return everything to Hyung-wook who was in the emergency room but finds that Hyung-wook does not remember anything due to a concussion. He decides to leave without telling Hyung-wook anything. While Jae-sung enjoys Hyung-wook’s money and his fancy apartment, Hyung-wook struggles to find his identity. After Hyung-wook realizes that he is bankrupt, Lina (Jo Yoon-hee), who was a paramedic and paid emergency room bill for Hyung-wook, asks him to work at her mom's small restaurant so that he can pay her back. With his extreme knife skill, Hyung-wook becomes the main chef drawing many customers for the restaurant. He later finds a marked date on a calendar with a location information and learns that he (Jae-sung in reality) is an actor who is supposed to appear in a gangster-themed TV show as an extra. Hyung-wook excels in action scenes thanks to his real life skills and experience he does not know. His role in the show becomes more significant with Lina's help as the show progresses.
Yoo Hae-jin as Hyung-wook
Lee Joon as Jae-sung
Jo Yoon-hee as Lina
Lim Ji-yeon as Eun-ju
Blu-Ray Region Codes
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Region A: This region covers all of North America, South America and South East Asia.
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Region C: Region which covers the rest of the world including Russia, Asia, and China.
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