Kundo: Age of the Rampant (2014)

Director
Yun Jong-bin

Main cast
Ha Jung-Woo; Lee Sung-Min; Ma Dong-Seok; Jo Jin-woong; Yoon Ji-hye

Genres
Action, Drama

Description
Set in the 19th century, when lowly butcher Dol Moo-Chi refuses to carry out an assignment, his failure causes tragedy to unfold upon his family and himself. As Dol Moo-Chi is about to be executed, a group of righteous thieves known as Kundo arrive.


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