01x03 - The Ten-Year Debt

Episode transcripts for TV show, "Big Bet". Aired: December 21, 2022 - present.*
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Legendary king of the casino in the Philippines confronts unfortunate events after getting tangled up in a m*rder case.
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01x03 - The Ten-Year Debt

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Sorry to disturb you at such a late hour.

What is it?

Oh, I was nearby,
and I just wanted to say hello.

These are my friends.

Come say hello.

Can we come inside and talk for a bit?

Whoa, whoa.

What do you think you're doing?


I heard that you lost all your money
while gambling.

I was so worried, so I decided to drop by.

You f*cking assh*le. Hey!

So you're here to intimidate me

because you think I'll run away
without paying you back?

Hey, Sanggu.

Hey. Do you really think
that you'll get away with this?


You know, that money
is very important to me.

Of course, you need to pay me back.

I'll pay you back!

I'll pay you back.
I'll pay you the interest, too.


think twice before messing with me.


You assh*le. I said that I'd pay you back,
so I'll pay you back.



Lower the g*n.

I'll get going, then.



You seem like

you've got a lot on your mind today.


You know, when I started making money,
it wasn't really planned out.

Well, now I've lost it all.

Feels pretty awful, doesn't it?

Yeah. Really awful.

What are you planning on doing now?

Well, since I'm penniless now,

I'll just have to look
for something else to do.

I mean...

...I'm pretty good
at starting from scratch.

In that case,

do you want to be my business partner?

Don't worry.

I won't ask you to pay me.

I've been watching you for a while now,

and you seem like a very firm man.

You know, I've never been business
partners with anybody before.


I think that I could work with you.

Thank you for thinking so highly of me.

I've been acting so arrogantly
all this time

because I had some money in my pockets.

You know, you can start speaking
more casually to me now.

You're older than me after all.

If you say so.

Thank you, Mr. Min.

I promise you that no matter what
I have to do, I'll give it my all.

All right.

That makes me feel a lot better.

f*ck, that's awesome.



What did your friend do in Korea?

-Who? Moosik?

He was in the HID.

He used to be one of those agents
that they send to North Korea.

Wow, he was an agent?

I'm pretty sure he went
to North Korea a couple of times.


Didn't you say
that he used to operate an arcade?

Yeah. He made
a sh*t-ton of money doing that.

It all fell apart, though.


f*ck, he's just another lackey
of mine anyway.

-No, nothing.


-Give me another one of those.
-I think you should stop, Dongeok.

You f*ck! Who do you think you are?


You think I'm an idiot? Huh?

You might die.

You f*cking druggie.

I told you to give me more,
so give it to me.

Give me all of them! f*ck!


Don't you know how to respect your elders?

Hey, what's up with your face?

Are you sick or something?


Don't give me that.
Your dark circles look like mascara.


Hey, if you're not feeling well,
go to the hospital.

How are the side dishes?

Oh, they're delicious as usual.


I need to go to Seoul.
Can I borrow thousand pesos?

I'm broke.

Oh, really?

All right. Don't worry about it, then.

I'm sure that you have a lot of things
to spend money on. Yeah.


When is Junsu going to study abroad?

I'm going to study abroad, Mom?

Study abroad?

Uh, excuse me, uh...

I looked into it,
and the NTS was hell-bent

on getting some information
about you guys.

Your operation was pretty big, you know?

Apparently, the director
of Bureau used to work

at the NTS branch in Seoul or something.

Ever since he came down here,
he's been anxious to show some results.

Hey, you know their female team leader?
What's up with her?

She's always calling me,
trying to intimidate me.

She's really something else.
See, I called her this one time.

Dude, she's a b*tch. A b*tch.
She's a huge b*tch.

I hope that I don't have to talk
with that crazy b*tch ever again.

Moosik, don't try to fight them.

If the NTS really starts tearing into you,
there's no way to escape that.

You can either go to prison
or pay your taxes.

Wait, hold on.
Why haven't they prosecuted you yet?

It's probably not that easy
for them to prosecute.

Hey, by the way,
what is Chiyoung's sentence?

sh*t, he's so f*cked.

He got five years in prison
and a surcharge of billion won.

Wow, so he's screwed.

So don't try to fight them.
If you do, you'll get screwed over too.

Just plead with them and say that
you don't have any money, okay?

I talked to a tax accountant,

and he said that they might reduce
your charges if you play nice.

Okay? You can't get away
with not paying them.

So just beg.
Ask them to reduce your taxes. f*ck.

Okay? "Please reduce my taxes."


Who is that?



- Hello.
- Hey.

"Sing us a song, you're the piano man.

Well, we're all in the mood for a melody.

And you've got us feelin' all right."



What do you guys want to do
when you graduate?

I don't know. What should I do?

Maybe I'll be a public official.

Don't be stupid. Hey, becoming
a public official isn't that easy.

You should stop skipping school first,

What do you want to do?

I don't know.

Maybe I'll get a job at a factory
or become a construction worker.

What about you?


...want to go to Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia?


I'll work for a construction company

and make so much f*cking money abroad.


It is nice to get away from home.

Hey, I want to go to Saudi Arabia too.
Wasn't there this Saudi Arabian thing?



Ugh, hey. Saudi-cop would mean
a police officer in Saudi Arabia. Damn.

A police officer?

You'll never make it, you idiot.

You little brats!
Put out your cigarettes!

You all look like you're having
a lot of fun, huh?

Go get ready for class!
Go on, go downstairs!

And you! You need a haircut.

Thank you.

-You need to stop skipping school.
-Thank you.

And you! Is that a pen on your ear?
Huh? Is that a pen?

I'm sorry.


Come over here.

Hey. Why do you keep getting into trouble?

What did I do?

You little brat.

When are you going to grow up?
Aren't you going to study?

Why should I study?
I'm just going to get a job and work.

You're all talk.

Are you doing anything tomorrow?

I'm not doing much.

Well, if you're not doing much,

you can come over to my place
and watch my kid.

I need to go to a reunion,
but I don't have anybody else.

Can you do it?


And throw that cigarette butt
into the incinerator.



Hey, hey.

Go buy me a syringe
and some streptomycin sulfate.

Let's see.

One, two...

Here, take them.

What are these?

They're antibiotics.


What are you supposed to do with them?

I don't know.

At first, I didn't even know
that was a drug.

My father had become a druggie
after spending seven years in jail.


Mr. So.

I'm at Jochiwon Station right now.

It's following you.

Dad's home.

Look at you.


You brat.


Hey, uh, Chaerin didn't cry, right?

Oh, no.

She had a lot of fun playing.

Oh, she's asleep in her room.

I saw.

All right. You did great.
Hey, you should go home now.

-By the way, how did you get here?

I walked.

What? You walked all the way over here
from Daejeon?

Yeah. It didn't take that long.

What are you talking about?
It takes an hour even when you're driving.

Well, I just walked along
the train tracks.

It didn't take that long.

Oh, uh, Mr. So, I'm going home now.

Hey, Moosik.

You're smart enough for college.
So study, and go to college.

I'm not interested in college.

Uh, I'm going to go to Saudi Arabia
and make some money.

You don't know what the world is like yet.

Is your mother doing well?


All right.

You should go to college.
You'll make your mother happy. Okay?

You need to study.

Mr. So.

I'm not in a situation to go to college.

You must know this too
since you visited my place,

but I can't study there.

Then go study in a study room.

If you just try hard enough,
then you can do anything.



Take this.

Study hard, and dream bigger.

You're definitely talented enough
for that, all right?

There was thousand won
in the envelope.

Back then, Mr. So's monthly paycheck
was thousand won.

Why did he do that for somebody like me?

Hey, you b*tch!

Where did you get the money
to buy this with?



Please, please don't take this.

Not this one.

Don't take this, my ass!

Hey, give it here.
Give it here. Give it to me!

No! Don't!

Give it to me!


I bought this for Moosik!

I'm going to give it to him
when he's older!

You f*cking b*tch!

We don't even have the money
for food right now.

You're d*ad. Come here!

Hey, come here!

Stop it! Stop hitting Mom!

Wow. You son of a b*tch!

Hey, you little piece of sh*t.

-Come over here.
-Stop it, you f*cking bastard!

Come here!

If you touch Mom again,
I'm going to k*ll you.

What are you doing?

Moosik, it's my fault.

Come here. Come right here.

Come here, you little sh*t!

Come here.

That son of a b*tch.

Shouldn't I have gotten
the call first? What the hell is this?

Did I really have to hear about
this from somebody else?

I'm still the eldest son, aren't I?

How was I supposed to know
your phone number?

You know Yeongsuk's number, don't you?
You could have asked her.

You didn't even try to look into it.

Hey, are you Moosik?

My name is Yeongseok.
I'm your older brother.

I've heard a lot about you from Father.

What older brother?

We have different mothers.

Father probably never told you about it.

You know how he was, right?

So what?


What do you want me to do about it,
you f*cking assh*le?

Wow, look at you. Where are your manners?
You're talking to your older brother here.

Older brother?

f*ck, I don't remember having
a brother like you!

Hey, if you're hungry, just go
and stuff your face.

Get out.

Hey, don't be stubborn.
Leave while you still can, all right?


f*cking bastard! He's still giving me
trouble even after he's d*ad!


Calm down.



Wow! H-He's a piece of work!
He's a real piece of work!

I'm going to... Damn it!

Do you have any cigarettes?



What? A surcharge of billion won?

Your friend got charged
with billion won.

You're not paying that much.

Hey, you shouldn't be
comparing me with him.

Look, I never made that kind of money.

That surcharge doesn't take
the gaming machines into account.

Look, the casino bar that you operated
got more than billion won in sales.

What exactly makes you say
that I got billion won in sales?

Oh, well.

I just did a lot of research.

Your personal income alone
was well over billion won.

I didn't make that much money.

And I really don't have a lot
of money right now.

I've given it away. All of it.

You changed all the cash to certificates
of deposit and bearer bonds, didn't you?

Who, me?

Yes, you.

How on earth would I have changed that?
Where could I have done it?

Well, you probably changed it at the place
where you conducted your business.

And where would that be?

You probably know that better than me.

We're being nice with the billion won.

The billion won is based
on the very minimum amount of profit.

I keep telling you,
I never made that much money.

And, if I'm being honest,

I just did everything
that Chiyoung told me to do.

I liked the plans that he had.

If you keep playing dumb,

then we'll have no choice
but to formally file a lawsuit.

Ms. Kang.

Why are you doing this? Huh?

I mean, I'm just saying this
because you apparently did some research.

So I don't know why you didn't look
into the other stuff.

I've been giving out donations
for our society,

and I've been helping some people
who are not so well off.

Just ask my acquaintances. They all know.

Your wife seems like
a very innocent woman,

don't you think?

Could you please stop going
to my family's apartment?

Just talk to me.

I saw that you sold your apartment
in a hurry.

Are you going to the Philippines?


I'm going to live with my family now.

So, you're not coming back?


would depend on how you treat me.

I'm not saying
that I'm not going to pay my taxes, okay?

I'm just asking you to reduce it
by a little bit.

I really can't pay that money right now.

If you keep telling me to pay that money,
then I can't come back to Korea.

Fine, then.

Honestly, I can't even pay that much.

But if you keep doing this,
then I guess I'll just have to go to jail.

Right? I'll just go to jail.
There's nothing else that I can do.


Please help me out with this. Yeah?

If you reduce the amount
by just a little bit,

I'll try my hardest to pay you.

I took percent off.

You've got to pay this much
at the very least.

Come on. You can pay this much, right?


Don't do this.

Please reduce it by percent.

Ms. Kang.

I'm begging you.

Please trust me, okay?

I can beg on my knees if you want.

Please just trust me this once! Please!

Please have some mercy.




Thank you so much.

You must pay that money, okay?

All right.


Minjeong, why did you reduce it
by so much?

We don't have enough data,

and if this turns into a lawsuit,
we won't have a good chance to win.

It's better to just reduce the fines

and get a portion
of what we were supposed to get.

We don't have enough data?

Well, what was that data back there?


Hey. Good to see you.

You didn't bring your lackeys with you?


I guess I didn't.

Oh, how was your trip to Korea?

I put in a good amount
of interest in there, too.

Thank you.



I'm telling you this because
you're somebody who does business, okay?

Here's the thing about doing business.

You shouldn't be using g*n for it.
It's all about trust.

So, from now on, don't act so arrogant
with those lackeys with g*n.

Especially not to me.

Got it?

Yeah. I felt uneasy about that, too.

Let's talk business.

By the way, do you only deal with money?

Well, I'm an expert
at doing money transfers.

I launder the money that's moving
in-between the casino and Korea

and move it around a couple of times
so that everything's nice and clean.

In that case,

do you want to work with me on something?

W-What is it?

I'm going to run a junket,
so there will be a lot of money transfers.

Well, where are you going to do them?

At Purvio Hotel, with Mr. Min.

I... I like the sound of that.

I'll give you percent as commission.

And if you do a good job,
then I'll give you more money, okay?

Thanks, Moosik.

I'll call you when I need
to send the money. You can go now.


-Is there something that you want to say?

Oh, no.


I can tell that you want
to say something. Spill it.

Have you been friends with Dongeok
for a very long time?

Of course. He's my best friend.

We've been friends since high school.

You should distance yourself from him.


Dongeok doesn't think of you as a friend.

He said, "Moosik, that sucker."

"He's a dumbass. I have him
in the palm of my hand.

I'm just taking all his money."

"He'll be penniless soon enough."

That's what he goes around
telling everyone.

Even to me, he said, "Get Moosik's money
before he runs away to Korea."

That's why I went to you
with my boys back then.

Hey, you.

Can you bet your life on that?


I think the two of us should confront him.

He's a piece of garbage. He's a real
piece of sh*t. The biggest piece of sh*t.

Hey, you son of a b*tch!

Are you trying to drive us apart?

Dongeok is my friend.

You've worked with him, right?

Haven't you?

I have.

So, how come you're calling
a business partner "a piece of garbage"?

You know how that makes you look?

Don't do that.

And if you tell me
something like that again,

I'll rip your mouth open from ear to ear.

I'll pretend I didn't hear that.
You can go.

I'll be going now, then.

Hey, it's me.


Now that I think about it...

I came to the Philippines
because I'm friends with you, you know?

And I'm grateful
for all you've done for me.

Oh, man.

And I feel bad for all the trouble
your wife had to go through, as well.


I'm thankful to her, too.

What's gotten into you?

I'm just being honest, dumbass.


...it all ends here.

From now on, I'm not going
to accept any more of your help.

And I won't be...

...drinking with you anymore, either.


Is this because I didn't lend you money?


Wow, you f*ck really think
that I'm a f*cking joke, don't you?

Well, you should know this better than me.

Even if you think
that I'm a lackey of yours...

...I'm not a total sucker
in the palm of your hand

that you can leech money from? Right?

Hey! Did you really think
that I was some piece of sh*t

who would steal Sanggu's money
and run away with it?

You assh*le.

My goodness.

Hey, you son of a b*tch.

Hey, you idiot.

You're bleeding. You should wipe that.

You f*cking bastard!

Are you trying to make me
look like an idiot?


You think you can b*at me?

You f*ck. I'm going to k*ll you.

Oh, you think you can do it?


I'll give you five seconds.

If you can't s*ab me
with this in five seconds,

I'm going to put a hole in your belly.

I'm going to start counting.



You f*ck...



Hey, hey. Moosik, Moosik.

f*ck. Hey, look.

What happened...

...to us? Huh?

Now, do you know why

you can't b*at me?


...don't go around talking sh*t about me,
you f*ck.

I'm sorry.

You can talk sh*t

only when you can b*at me.


...from now on,

you're not my friend.

Don't go around calling yourself
a gangster, okay? It's a f*cking shame.

Did you manage to take care
of your tax problem in Korea?


Well, it took a little bit of effort
to reduce the amount.

But I'm going to pay them.

Well, that's a relief.

It must have been difficult.

There's million pesos in there.

If I'm being honest, I made
million pesos thanks to you.

So I'll give you million pesos
of my own money.

With my million pesos,
it's million pesos in total.

Let's start with this.

But before that,

I need to verify something.

- Boknam.
- Yeah.


Do you think you can get this for me?

What... is this?

They're debts to be collected.

They're a decade old.

They all borrowed my money
but didn't pay me back.

I've got g*ng bosses and athletes
in there among others.

Honestly, it'll be hard
to get the money back from them.

I want you to go and collect the money.

All right.

He's not someone
to be underestimated.

He wants me to go and recover bonds

that have been rotting in the safe
for a decade?

After I lost an old friend,

I went back to Korea
to collect Mr. Min's crap bonds.


Oh, welcome in.

The first debtor
that I went to meet

was a gangster in Samcheok
named Park Iseong.

Okay, drink.

As the president
of the Korean beef association,

he held some power in his community.

Mr. Park Iseong?

Who's Mr. Park?


Who are you?

My name is Cha Moosik.

You know Mr. Min, right?
From the Philippines?


You borrowed million won
of Mr. Min's money and ran away, right?

Well, I'm here to collect that money.

You little sh*t.

Don't you know who I am?

Hey, what the hell do you think
you're talking about?

Didn't we just meet?

I wasn't aware that we're friends,
but you're talking to me like we are.


if you don't pay back Mr. Min's money,
then I'm going to k*ll you.

He's going to k*ll me.

That little sack of sh*t.


Hey, hey, he's lost his mind.
Hey, give him a nice b*ating.

b*at him up.

Hey, I don't want
to talk about this with him.

I need to talk with you, Mr. Park.

sh*t, man. Just get lost.


Ugh, that moron.

I said, go!

What? Did I hurt your little feelings?

-Don't do it.
-You little sh*t!

Stop it!

Getting handsy, huh?

Do you usually go around
b*ating people up?


Don't move. Don't move.

You'll get hurt if you do.


Damn it.

Take him and get out.

Go to the hospital.

All right.

What are you doing?

Aren't you leaving too?

You rude brat.

The adults are talking.

Mr. Park.

Let's talk like civilized people.
I don't want to do this either, okay?

Damn it.

Look at all this blood.

Make the deposit by the end of today.

Is this Mr. Park Wonyong's number?

Who are you?

Right, hello. I'm Cha Moosik.


Cha Moosik.

And who's Cha Moosik?

You know Mr. Min

from the Philippines, right?

Mr. Min from Purvio Hotel.

Well, I'm one of his friends.

It looks like you borrowed million won

from him a while ago.

You need to give me
that money now.

What the hell? Are you crazy?

Hey, you f*cking bastard!

Who do you think you're talking to, huh?

I know that we're talking on the phone,
but let's not start cussing yet.

We're just getting acquainted.

We're both educated, right?

Let's try to hold
a civilized conversation.

And cussing won't do you any good,

because I'm going to collect
that money no matter what.

Hey, do you think you're
in the Philippines?

Do you have a death wish or what?

Where are you, you little sh*t?

Oh, so you're coming to me?

There's no need for that.

Just give me a place,
and I'll go meet you there.

Wow, look at this guy.


H-How can I help you?

Your husband is Mr. Park Wonyong, right?

Yeah, that's right.

I've come to the right place, then.

What do you think I need help with?
I'm here to get a perm, of course.

-Miss, can you wash my hair?
-Wh-What do you need?

I told you, I'm here to get a perm.
Let's talk after that.

Wait, I'm sorry, but...

Uh, can you... can you put out
your cigarette? You can't smoke in here.

Oh, right, right, right. I'm sorry. Right.

You can't do this here...

Ugh, why is the weather so hot?

Excuse me, I'm sorry,
but I'm going to have to ask you to leave.

-Damn, it's hot.
-Oh! Wait, wait...

What are you doing?

Oh, uh...

That's cold. Wow, that's cold.

Oh, my god.

Okay, let's see.

Damn it, now I'm all wet.

Damn, that's annoying.


Hey, call the police.


Get out!

Your husband took...

...somebody else's precious million won
and ran away.

Well, why are you doing this here, then?
Go talk to my husband.

-Come on.
-I came here

because he just cussed at me
when I called him.

He isn't responding to me, either!


I'm almost done.

Wonyong! Did you borrow million won?

This guy's making a mess at my shop.


Put him on the phone.


You can talk to him.

Yes, hello?

Hello, Mr. Park.

You f*cking son of a b*tch!

The f*ck, he's cussing at me again.

Who the hell do you think you are?

I'll send you the money right now,
so send me your account number, okay?

Oh, sure. Thank you, Mr. Park.

You should have done this earlier.

By the way,

if you don't send me the money,
then I'm coming back here.

You can try! You little...

-Okay, sure, sure, sure.
-I'm going to rip you into pieces,

-you son of a b*tch!
-Thank you.


Put your pants back on!

I will.

Yes, Mr. Min.

Park Wonyong should have
sent you million won.

Yeah. You can check it.

Yeah, I just got the notification.

Hey, how on earth did you get that money?

They just gave it to me.

Okay. I'll keep

making progress.

All right. Good work.


That's impressive.

My apologies.

Oh, no problem.

So, what's your job title
at Mindong Construction?

I'm a managing director.

Oh, wow.

Already? You look so young.

His dad is the CEO.


Well, what are you planning to do here?

Oh, uh, I'm just here to have fun.

Since you're so young, you should
go out and have some sex.

Do some gambling.

Oh, I don't gamble. My father
will k*ll me if he finds out.

Hey, aren't you a man?

You still care about what your dad thinks?

Uh, I'll just play some golf.
That's what I like to do.



Cha Moosik, son.

Wow, you're so good at writing now!

I can write poetry now.

Wow, really? Nice!


You're a master calligrapher now,
aren't you?


Wow, that smells great.

You're the best. The best.

Eat more.

Ouch, ouch.

Your soybean stew is so good.

It's the best.

Is it good?


Remember when we were at...

...the Daejeon street market?

I remember those days.

My goodness. Hey, hey.

You still remember things from back then?

Of course. I remember everything.

Some tough days, right?

Hey, Mom, didn't you say you wanted a dog?

Huh? That dog, you know...

Kyungduk, make sure to eat this
when you get up, okay?

"Finding the grounds
for responsibility..."

With the money
that I got from Mr. So...

I got a room at a Buddhist temple
to study hard,

and I bought some books
with the remaining money.

Then I studied. I only slept
two or three hours a day.

I took the scholastic achievement test
in November.


I got a score of out of ,

including the physical exam.


With a score like that,

I could have gone
to any university in Seoul.

But then, the carpentry teacher
who became my new homeroom teacher

wasn't interested in college admissions.

He went around selling encyclopedias
as his sideline.

Who is it?

Oh, hello. Does Mingu live here?

The one who goes
to Myeongjin Technical High School?

I'm Mok Kyungchul.

I'm going to be Mingu's homeroom teacher.

Is Mr. So still on sick leave?

He quit because he was too ill.

So you want to go to college?

Why do you want to go to college
instead of getting a job?

I just want to try it.

Wow, look at you.

Hey, everybody else is dying to get a job.

College? You must be joking.

Here, let me see.

My goodness.


What's this?
Did you really do this yourself?


You cheated, right?


If you didn't,
how did you get these scores?

Hey, how did you get these scores,
especially in a school like ours?

I just worked hard.

Okay, where do you want to go?



Yonsei University's English
or Korean major?

That's way too much, don't you think?

Are you kidding me right now?
Are you... Are you kidding me? Huh?

Pick somewhere else
that's easier to get into!


You're a lot more stubborn
than you look. A lot more, huh?

Hey, lower your standards more!

To which school?

Daejeon. Get me a school in Daejeon.

You scared me!

Hey! You brat, I...

I told you to come find me later. Ugh.

-You were taking too long, so...

Like you said,
this one's a school in Daejeon.

And what's the department?

I want to try to get into their Department
of Korean Language and Literature.

My goodness. What?

Hey, look here, okay?

Look. You've been planning wood
and stacking bricks, right?

Apply for the Department of Architecture.

I don't want to major in Architecture.

My god. I just want to smack you!

You're stubborn as an ox, aren't you?

Give me that!


I mean, if you don't want
to study Architecture,

what are you doing
in a technical high school?

Hey, have you lost your mind?

You should be doing something
with what you specialized in.

Korean Language and Literature? Ha!

My goodness.


Hey, how about this one?

Choongam University's Department

of Political Science
and International Relations. Yeah?


Look, look. The cut-off score is .

You'll get in for sure. Right?

Hey, you'll get a four-year
scholarship if you go here.

You're way overthinking this.

This is the place.



Cha Moosik?

Is Cha Moosik here? Moosik?

-What on earth are you doing here?

My teacher told me to come here.

Wow, with these scores?

You've got the highest scores
in our entire school.

You didn't apply anywhere else?

Your score is over .


Looking back,

my life changed completely
because of that carpentry teacher.

I never managed to adjust to college life.

Oh, really?

And I didn't go to school that often

because I felt like I was too good
for that.

- How much do you need? Yeah.
- Really? Wow.

So, I felt that I'd rather make
some money first.

What? Is the oil leaking? Huh?

Hey, this is not okay.

Hey, you can't rip me off like this!

Hey, don't be like that.

We do so much for you.
We've got to make some profit, you know?

Ugh, my goodness.
Talking is your only talent, isn't it?

You're basically a thief.

- Let's go.
- Okay.


Ugh, seriously.

Amend the constitution,
overthrow the dictator!


Amend the constitution,
overthrow the dictator!

Amend the constitution,
overthrow the dictator!

- Thank you.
- Amend the constitution,

overthrow the dictator!

Look, look, look. Those communist brats.

They're always doing those protests
instead of studying like they should be.


Amend the constitution,
overthrow the dictator!

Those assholes should all be sent
to the Samchung re-education camp.


Amend the constitution,
overthrow the dictator!

Amend the constitution,
overthrow the dictator!

Amend the constitution,
overthrow the dictator!

Amend the constitution,
overthrow the dictator!

Amend the constitution,
overthrow the dictator!

Amend the constitution,
overthrow the dictator!

Amend the constitution,
overthrow the dictator!

Amend the constitution,
overthrow the dictator!


Don't move!



Let go of me!


Hey, go! Hurry!


Get them!

Let go!

Get up!


Release Cha Moosik!

- Release Cha Moosik!
- Stop protesting, you assholes.

We want democracy!
Overthrow the dictator!

We want democracy!
Overthrow the dictator!

- Stop it!
- Release Cha Moosik!

Release Cha Moosik!

We want democracy!
Overthrow the dictator!

We want democracy!
Overthrow the dictator!

- Hey, you, don't move!
- Release Cha Moosik!

Release Cha Moosik!

-Hey, stand up straight!
-Wow, look at this guy.

Hey, Moosik.

Hey, I told you
to stop protesting! Didn't I?

You're really something else.

I'm telling you, I didn't do anything.
I swear I don't do protests.

Then what are they doing outside? Huh?

They're doing all that
because you're somebody important to them,

you little brat!

I told you, that's not true!
Seriously, I was just in the wrong place--

You crazy assh*le!

Damn it, you startled me.

Hey, have you lost your mind?


You want another b*ating? Huh?

Hey, stop slacking off!

Don't you dare move!
Don't even think about it!

Don't move, you little brats!

My goodness.

When did you become a communist?

Mom, it's not like that.

I'm not a communist!

Oh, Mom, come on.

How's the food here?

How is it?

Oh, they're good.

How's the shop?

I closed the shop.

Because things were getting tough.


Was it because of Dad?

It's not like that.

I mean, why?

Why do you care about that man so much?

What did he ever do for us?

He's still your father.

That man isn't my father!

Is he still doing dr*gs with your money?

That's how he took all your money!

Mom! Come on!

Hey, just worry about yourself.

Don't skip any meals, okay?

Your visit is over.

Excuse me, sir. C-Could you
give this to him? Please?

-Please, sir.

Let him eat the food
while it's still warm.

Sir, can't you give it to him?

Mom probably never thought

that she'd end up
visiting her son in jail.

She must have felt like
her life was so bizarre.

She had gone through so much
because of her husband,

and now her son was sitting in jail too.

What on earth is happening?



It must have been tough, Moosik.

The tofu.

The world had become
a different place

after three months in jail for violating
the Assemblies and Demonstrations Act.

Regardless of what I actually wanted,
I had become an activist for democracy.


I'm sorry for asking you to do this

right after you've been released
from jail, but...

Hello, my fellow students!




I look forward to seeing all of you

as soon as possible
on our field of battle!

Here is the first president

of the National Council
of Student Representatives.






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