Duration: 2h 4min
Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy
Release Date: 11 February 2015 (South Korea)
Director: Suk-Yoon Kim
Film Stars: Myung-Min Kim, Yeon-hee Lee, Dal-su Oh
Language: Hindi + Korean
Quality/Size: Bluray 480p [415MB] | 720p [1GB]
Movie Plot:Joseon’s top detective Kim Min attempts to track down those responsible for circulating massive amounts of counterfeit silver bullion in Joseon. He also tries to find the missing sibling of a young girl.
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In 1795, Detective K (Kim Myung Min) and his sidekick investigate a deadly counterfeiting ring threatening the Joseon dynasty.
Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island (Korean: 조선명탐정: 사라진 놉의 딸; Hanja: 朝鮮名探正: 사라진 놉의 딸; RR: Joseon Myeongtamjeong: Sarajin Nobeui Ddal; lit. “Joseon Detective: The Disappearance of the Laborer’s Daughter”) is a 2015 South Korean comedy film directed by Kim Sok-yun. It is the sequel to 2011’s Detective K: Secret of the Virtuous Widow and is the 9th highest grossing film .
Detective K is a niche series that mixes classic Korea setting with modern humor. It’s hard not to make reference to Sherlock since it’s teeming with similar deduction display as well as borrowing parts of the plot from the other eccentric detective. While the story might seem a tad overused, especially for mystery fans, the comedy aspect is adequately fresh to lighten the mood.
This time the case takes the exiled detective to counterfeit money and child abduction scheme. It’s built from a few subplots sewn together by betrayal and vengeance, although the movie is far from bleak. The acting and dialogues are geared towards bringing humor which is arguably the movie’s strongest point.