The Restless (2006)

Director
Jo Dong-oh

Main cast
Jung Woo-Sung; Kim Tae-hee; Park Sang-wook; Kim Kwang-il; Park Jeong-Hak

Genres
Drama, Action, Romance

Description
After his beloved fiancée is killed by demons, Yi Gwak (Woo-sung Jung) joins the royal demon-hunting squad and distinguishes himself as a great hero. And though Yi eventually falls in battle, his adventures are just beginning. His spirit is whisked away to Joong-cheon, a place between heaven and earth where souls await reincarnation -- and where the final, epic clash between the forces of good and evil will be played out.


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