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A short review of gay-themed korean movie “long time no see(2017)”

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Chi Soo, who is getting called “Flying dagger,” works for a man whom he calls “father”.
At the beginning of the story, we see the time Chi soo was in high school where he used to be bullied, kicked, got called fag and even peed in the face by his fellow classmates for being gay.

One day, the man who he calls “father” comes out of nowhere and saves him because this mafia leader needs lonely people to work for him. After that incident, Chi soo remains his hitman and does everything and kills whoever his leader asks him to kill. Meanwhile, he starts writing his own novel online as a series of stories.
 
And he meets an unknown fan. That person is the other main character of this movie (Gi Tae). Gi Tae is another hitman who works for the opponent of Chi Soo’s father named “Black leopard”.
Gi Tae is called “Wild Dog” and he was tasked with getting close to Flying dagger and kill him. After they meet each other in the Gi Tae sister’s restaurant, they start to fall in love with each other.
 
Chi Soo’s leader asks him to kill “black leopard” and the night he attacks, the real faces get revealed. After a harsh fight, when Chi Soo takes off the mask of that hitman he was fighting with, he understands that he is his beloved Gi Tae and a huge shock happens.
 
After some time, Gi Tae apologizes and asks for forgiveness. For the love he has for Gi Tae, Chi Soo decides to end his job as a hitman and lives a normal life with his love. But his father kidnapped Gi Tae and tortures him badly.
 
Chi Soo after searching for some time understands the story and gets to the building Gi Tae was in and stands against the man he has been working for, rescues his love and they live happy lives afterward.

A short review of gay-themed korean movie “long time no see(2017)”

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