Drama Public Enermy Returns Information

Public Enermy Returns
  • Drama Title: Public Enermy Returns
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Drama
  • Country: Korean
  • Published Date: 2008
  • Total Episodes: 2
  • Summary: 

    After aimlessly hopping crime scenes for five years, detective Kang Cheol-jung (Sol Kyung-Gu) hands in his resignation in the face of major financial burdens. His chief, however, asks him to stay on until a high school murder case is closed. At first, it looks hopeless, but then Kang finds a fingerprint lead, and later learns that three of the dead student's friends are employed by a single company. He begins to investigate the group and its leader, Lee Won-sul (Jung Jae-Young).

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