Losing both of his parents at a young age, Yong Hoo (Park Seo Joon), has spent his entire life resenting God for his unwillingness to save the people he loved most in this world. Growing up without faith or a family, Yong Hoo has dedicated himself to one thing, and one thing only: becoming the best MMA fighter in the world. Twenty years later, Yong Hoo has become just that. After an intense fight in the States, Yong Hoo makes his way back home, using the long flight back to Korea as a chance to get some much needed rest. But his sleep is anything but peaceful. Waking up from one hellish nightmare, Yong Hoo finds he now bears an unusual affliction: a stigmata. With wounds on his hands which only get worse as time passes, and a never ending string of horrific nightmares, Yong Hoo soon finds himself in a place of utter desperation. Not knowing what else to do, Yong Hoo seeks the advice of doctors and shamans, but to no avail. With very few options before him, Yong Hoo turns to the one place he has spent his entire life avoiding: the church. Seeking the help of Father Ahn (Ahn Sung Ki), Yong Hoo quickly learns that his afflictions are not of the world. Suddenly forced to accept the fact that the world is full of unspeakable horrors, Yong Hoo has very few options before him. As evil begins to close in around them, Yong Hoo and Father Ahn team up to wage war against the demons who seek to destroy all that is good in the world. A thrilling supernatural battle of good versus evil, “The Divine Fury” is a 2019 action horror film directed by Kim Joo Hwan.