What does it take to form a women’s Olympic national ice hockey team? A few middle-aged women, a middle school student, and maybe even a North Korean defector? Kang Dae Woong (Oh Dal Su) is tasked with pulling together a women’s national ice hockey team in the hopes representing South Korea in the Winter Olympics. What he is able to assemble is a hodgepodge group of women -- Lee Ji Won (Soo Ae), Park Chae Kyung (Oh Yeon Seo), Go Young Ja (Ha Jae Sook), Jo Mi Ran (Kim Seul Gi), Kim Ga Yeon (Kim Ye Won) and Shin So Hyun (Jin Ji Hee) -- who can barely skate, let alone strike a hockey puck. Can this lackluster group form a team to even dream of making it to the Olympics? “Take Off 2” is a 2016 South Korean film directed by Kim Jong Hyeon. It is a follow-up to “Take Off,” the 2009 film written and directed by Kim Yong Hwa about a national men’s ski jump team that tries to compete in the 1998 Winter Olympics.