South Korean mobster Kim Hyuk, regrets leaving behind his younger brother Kim Chul and their mother when the family attempted to flee North Korea. His mother died, while Kim Chul is still imprisoned. With nothing left for him in Korea, Kim Hyuk travels to Thailand with his best friend and fellow mobster, Lee Young-Choon.
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Tae-suk (Hyun-kyoon Lee), a nice looking young man, has a beautiful, fairly new motorcycle but no place of his own to live. He does, however, have a lockpick, and a rather freaky method to find shelter each night. His job (not necessarily a legitimate one) is to tape restaurant advertisements to the front doors of houses and apartments on a street of his choosing. Returning the next day, the doors that still have the promo sheets attached are, likely as not, empty.
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