Migyeol geon eun eobsda / Case Closed (2011) Ch’on Yong-min, Drama, Mystery, Thriller

Migyeol geon eun eobsda AKA Case Closed (2011)
A drama about fights of the National Security Agency of North Korea against the conspiracy of the imperialists and class enemies to protect the dignity and authority of the Korean government and leaders.

Through the portrayal of the main character the film shows that not even a single case should be allowed to remain unsettled in the work of devotedly defending the headquarters of the revolution and defending the security of the socialist system.

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Korean | DVDRip | MKV | 702×574 | AVC @ 1800 kb/s | File Size : 1028.97 MB
Audio: AC-3 @ 224 kb/s | 2 channels | 01:10:25 minutes | Subs: English, Korean, Chinese (embedded)
Genre: Drama, Mystery, Thriller

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