Big-league athletes can parlay their fame into successful second careers. Bae Byung Woo (Ryoo Seung Bum) is a former professional baseball player who has transitioned into a top insurance salesman for Jeil Life Insurance. But when one of Byung Woo’s clients commits suicide, the police suspect Byung Woo of aiding and abetting his client’s suicide. Manager Park Jin Suk (Sung Dong Il) is under pressure from the company to audit all of Byung Woo’s clients, and Byung Woo realizes that another suicide can derail his high-flying career. Byung Woo looks through his client list and realizes that the same person introduced a suspicious group of vulnerable clients to him. With the hope of convincing them to change their life insurance policies into pension plans, Byung Woo visits each of them. Oh Sang Yeol (Park Chul Min) is a middle manager who leads a lonely existence because his family lives overseas. So Yeon (Younha) is a struggling lounge singer taking care of her younger brother. Young Tak (Im Joo Hwan) is a young homeless man with a tic disorder. Bok Soon (Jung Sun Kyung) is a single mother working as a garbage collector to support her four kids. As Byung Woo gets involved in these clients’ lives, what will happen to his mission to save his own career? “The Suicide Forecast” is a 2011 South Korean film directed by Jo Jin Mo.