Drama Guns And Talks Information

Guns And Talks
  • Drama Title: Guns And Talks
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Country: Korean
  • Published Date: 2001
  • Total Episodes: 2
  • Summary: 

    South Korean filmmaker Jang Jin directs the action comedy Killeodeureui Suda, which is given the grammatically questionable English title Guns & Talks. The story involves a group of young attractive hitmen who live in a house together. Sang-yeon (Shin Hyun-Joon) is the leader, Jung-woo (Shin Ha-kyun) is the demolitions expert, Jae-young (Jung Jae-yeong) is the sniper, and Ha-yeon (Weon Bin) is the youngest who just wants to be one of the guys. They tell random one-line jokes and get into absurd situations in between all the assassinations involving attractive women. Jae-young is hired to kill a pregnant woman but he falls for her at the last second. A high school girl wants them to do a job for her, and Ha-yeon falls for her. Other assassinations include a TV anchorwoman (Ko Eun-mi) and a detective (Jeong Jin-Young). ~ Andrea LeVasseur, All Movie Guide

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