Can a group of Korean resistance fighters carry out an assassination before enemy forces hunt them down?
Yeom Sek Jin (Lee Jung Jae) is a Korean resistance fighter during the 1930s Japanese occupation of Korea. He plans out the assassination of a Japanese commander and hires Ahn Ok Yoon (Jun Ji Hyun), a skilled sniper. Ok Yoon takes on the mission, along with her comrades Soksapo (Jo Jin Woong) and Hwang Duk Sam (Choi Duk Moon), to fight for Korean independence.
The Japanese send government sends contract killers Hawaii Pistol (Ha Jung Woo) and his partner Buddy (Oh Dal Soo) after Ok Yoon and her men. But can Ok Yoon carry out her mission when there is a traitor among them?
“Assassination” is a 2015 South Korean film co-written and directed by Choi Dong Hoon.
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