These blockbuster crisis revolves around “big brother Gypsy” is always a film genre genre, sensational, attract large attention of the audience. Flooded from drug trafficking tycoons, gangster bosses to the “righteous” squad in form but behind the rope pulling, acquiring the economy, the Korean screen is a fertile land of convergence the famous tycoon makes Asian audiences surprised.
And here are the 5 most famous tycoons in Korean cinema. From billionaire “multi-level boss” Lee Byung Hun to the notorious arms dealer, Hyun Bin has enough
1. Ma Dong Seok of The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil (Boss, Cop, Devil)
“Steel fist” Ma Dong Seok always used to the face of the audience with the role of “bosses” of all kinds, from “hunting dogs” in the TV series of Bad Guys to the blood inspector in The Outlaws (Outlaws) have left a bold mark. However, the image of Jang Dong Soo in Boss, Cop, Devil really bring the true “boss” that the audience expected – when Ma Dong Seok perfectly transformed into the image of a criminal gang boss. in the Cheonan region.
Ma Dong Seok once again creates waves with Boss, Cop, Devil in 2019.
With the police force – typically the diligent inspector Jung Tae Seok (Kim Moo Yul), Jang Dong Soo is probably just a villain, a criminal who smells of the wings. ” season “nothing more and nothing less. But when entering the underworld, Jang Dong Soo is a powerful character and receives respect for his overwhelming power in the battle of power, money, position in the underworld.
And things get even more attractive when two enemies share a common enemy.
2. Song Kang Ho of The Drug King (The White King)
The “drug bosses” are also a force favored by the talented directors and writers of the land of kimchi, in which the “white opaque king” Lee Doo Sam cannot be absent from “The Drug King”. “Song Kang Ho is in charge. If Jang Dong Soo of Boss, Cop, Devil is a bloody character in Cheonan, Lee Doo Sam is notorious for the terrible drug trafficking empire in Busan.
Shortly before starring in the Parasite legend, Song Kang Ho delivered an equally impressive performance in The Drug King.
Once a “sacrifice” for his boss behind bars prison, Lee Doo Sam gradually acquired the battle of drugs in the real world. The scale is getting more and more terrible when it is not only stopped in Busan or in Korea, Lee Doo Sam has expanded its operation area and owns a large drug transport line to Japan.
The Drug King exposes the drug trafficking chain of the notorious tycoons.
3. Sol Kyung Gu of The Merciless (Underground War)
The case of Han Jae Ho (Sol Kyung Gu) is somewhat different, when the boss of The Merciless has been behind bars. Han Jae Ho was built by a writer and director Byun Sung Hyun into a solid wall, with each brick representing the typical face-wanderer in the real world. In the dictionary of the life of the boss of The Merciless, there is no existence of the two words “weakness”, and a wanderer is even more terrifying when he is an experienced guy, possessing an extra-smart brain. . Han Jae Ho’s determination makes everything in The Merciless shudder, when the words are the verdict – the decision of the survival of those involved in the game of life and death.
Sol Kyung Gu and Im Si Wan brought 2 hours of whirling time and received applause that lasted 7 minutes at Cannes.
And Han Jae Ho’s “tycoon” built in The Merciless is not a medium form.
4. Lee Byung Hun of the Master (Boss)
Lee Byung Hun’s image is like a “light-hearted” version of Valentine in Kingsman: The Secret Service, when chairman Jin Hyun Pil is like a “dream” to give people a belief. Think One Network financial group with the power phrase: “No need to pay taxes”. But this “fictional dream” of hot fire is always close to a bucket of cold water waiting to extinguish, named captain Kim Jae Myung (Kang Dong Won) – who always pursues the goal of exposing the conspiracy to deceive billions of won by Jin Hyun Pil led to the battle to seize the Korean economy and spread to other powers in the world.
Post-scandal but Lee Byung Hun’s influence has not diminished.
The original character of Jin Hyun Pil was actually inspired by a real character in Korea, a dangerous criminal with a trick worth billions of dollars that made Korean finance fluctuate. Integrating with endless battle of brains, Jin Hyun Pil’s image of “fraudulent boss” has become one of the most impressive characters in the Korean sensational film series. Perfectly expressed by “the king” Lee Byung Hun, the actor Kang Dong Won and Kim Woo Bin’s “youngest brother”, Master’s quality completely meets the terrible expectations of the audience.
Master’s trio of masterpieces and the cast are just as good as they were, bringing in a total box office of $ 50.5 million.
5. Hyun Bin of The Negotiation
Although not built with the overwhelming details as the 4 bosses mentioned above, Hyun Bin’s super villain image Min Tae Gu in the Life and Death Negotiations must also be mentioned in the list of “bosses.” “notorious Korean screen. Before entering the battle of brainstorming in front of a computer screen, Min Tae Gu was a tycoon specializing in smuggling weapons from Korea to abroad, a villain full of mysteries that fully grasp the initiative of the film until the last minute. The image of Min Tae Gu was built so heavy that it completely overwhelmed policewoman Ha Chae Yoon (Son Ye Jin) – the protagonist should have the same influence as the notorious criminal.
Considering in Hyun Bin’s film career, although The Negotiation is not a huge successful film, it is a role with the iconic image of the “big brother”.