Into the Fire is a Korean drama film directed by Goo Eun-soo and released by the SBS Drama Network. It tells the story of a family in crisis and the consequences of their decisions. It stars Ki-duk Kim and Yeong-su Oh. The film is set during the Joseon period and revolves around the fall of a king. Rumors of the king having contracted smallpox spread throughout the kingdom, and the main character, crown prince Lee Chang, discovers that the king has become a monster. He searches for a doctor and a cure, and soon after the outbreak spreads throughout the kingdom and his family.
The film is based on a true story. During the Korean War, 71 South Korean student-soldiers were left to hold back the North Korean armies at their school. While the real soldiers fought the North Korean soldiers on larger battlefields, the 71 student-soldiers were stuck in Pohang, where they had no training. Because of this, Oh Jang Beom was given the task of leading his fellow student-soldiers. Although he had no military experience, he managed to lead the team with his wits and determination.
Lee Ho Cheol is a firefighter
Lee Ho Cheol plays a responsible firefighter, and lives with his wife and daughter. After receiving a strange request to investigate a murder, he finds himself in a series of unforeseen situations. He is forced to use his professional skills and wits to solve the case, but he soon finds himself torn between personal and professional goals.
The Table is a well-made and entertaining Korean drama film. The cast is excellent, and Lee is a perfect match for the part. The film’s premise is a story about the aftermath of a family’s divorce. Lee portrays the emotional toll of the separation on the children, and his performance is solid. Lee also does a good job handling the gruesome visuals, such as a scene where Seung-hoon and Seung-geun watch their father exsanguinate a middle-aged woman. However, the film doesn’t end there.
His daughter is kidnapped by Tae Jin
The Table is a 2016 Korean drama film about a father who kidnaps his daughter after she asks for money. It features a suicidal man, a cruel loan shark who demands high returns from his clients, and a young woman who claims to be his biological mother. The film follows these two characters, and they discover there’s more to Mi-sun than meets the eye. The film’s storyline follows the lives of Jin-hee (Kim Ji-sung) and her younger sister, Bin (Ji-ho). The film’s narrative is told in reverse, with major life events being told in reverse order.
Tae Jin, a former gangster, is determined to find his daughter. But his search is complicated by the fact that he has no previous knowledge of the girl’s whereabouts. The film is also full of twists and turns, and the ending is not predictable. In this case, revenge is better served repeatedly than once. The characters and plot of the film are interesting, and the performances of the actors are top-notch.
His relationship with Yeon Seok is strained
His relationship with Yeon Seok is deteriorating as circumstances prevent him from spending any time with her. Seok-woo is a workaholic who lives with his mother. The two barely spend time together, even though he bought her a Nintendo Wii for her birthday and Children’s Day. In a bid to make up for lost time, he agrees to take her on a trip to her mother’s hometown of Busan, which is one hour train ride away from Seoul.
After losing her job in a drug scandal, Oh Jin-shim has decided to join a law firm and gain experience. Her new boss is Kwon Jung-rok, a workaholic lawyer who cares about his firm’s reputation. But Oh Jin-soo doesn’t have the basic skills to be an effective secretary.
His daughter is in danger
In “The Table,” a famous actor’s daughter is put in danger after an incident with an unknown stranger. The film is a fascinating study of love and loss, as well as the complexities of a father and daughter’s relationship. It’s a compelling tale that will make viewers think and question about their own relationships.