Ryu Seung-yon in a still from Extreme Job (category IIB, Korean), directed by Lee Byoung-heon. Jin Sun-kyu and Lee Hanee co-starRyu Seung-yon in a still from Extreme Job (category IIB, Korean), directed by Lee Byoung-heon. Jin Sun-kyu and Lee Hanee co-star
Ryu Seung-yon in a still from Extreme Job (category IIB, Korean), directed by Lee Byoung-heon. Jin Sun-kyu and Lee Hanee co-star

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Extreme Job film review: Korean fried chicken meets drug bust – it’s finger-licking fun

  • Tale of inept narcotics police who buy the failing restaurant they are using to stake out a drug lord, and make it a roaring success, has been huge hit in Korea
  • Fast-paced, wacky, and with an ensemble cast of likeable goofballs, the film keeps the laugh count high, even if the ending in an anticlimax

Topic |   Asian cinema: Korean films
Ryu Seung-yon in a still from Extreme Job (category IIB, Korean), directed by Lee Byoung-heon. Jin Sun-kyu and Lee Hanee co-starRyu Seung-yon in a still from Extreme Job (category IIB, Korean), directed by Lee Byoung-heon. Jin Sun-kyu and Lee Hanee co-star
Ryu Seung-yon in a still from Extreme Job (category IIB, Korean), directed by Lee Byoung-heon. Jin Sun-kyu and Lee Hanee co-star
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