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Prosecutor Yang Min Hyuk (Jo Jin Woong) is well known for his capability and strong work ethics in the field. His life is shaken when he is accused of sexually assaulting a suspect (Lee Na Ra) in the case he is investigating after she is found dead by suicide. To clear his name, he digs into the case and the background of the woman, only to find that she was a witness for the sale of Daehan Bank, which was sold at an unusually low price.
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|Artist Name(s):||Lee Kyung Young (Actor) | Honey Lee (Actor) | Jo Jin Woong (Actor) | Kang Shin Il (Actor) | Heo Sung Tae (Actor) | Jo Han Chul (Actor) | Seo Hyun Chul (Actor) | Nam Myung Ryul (Actor) | Yoon Byeong Hee (Actor) | Choi Dok Mun (Actor) 李璟榮 (Actor) | 李荷妮 (Actor) | 趙震雄 (Actor) | 姜信一 (Actor) | 許 成泰 (Actor) | 趙 漢哲 (Actor) | 徐 鉉哲 (Actor) | 南 明烈 (Actor) | 尹 炳熙 (Actor) | 崔德門 (Actor) 李璟荣 (Actor) | 李荷妮 (Actor) | 赵震雄 (Actor) | 姜信一 (Actor) | 许 成泰 (Actor) | 赵 汉哲 (Actor) | 徐 铉哲 (Actor) | 南 明烈 (Actor) | 尹 炳熙 (Actor) | 崔德门 (Actor) イ・キョンヨン (Actor) | イ・ハニ (Actor) | チョ・ウォンジュン (Actor) | カン・シニル (Actor) | ホ・ソンテ (Actor) | Jo Han Chul (Actor) | Seo Hyun Chul (Actor) | Nam Myung Ryul (Actor) | Yoon Byeong Hee (Actor) | Choi Dok Mun (Actor) 이 경영 (Actor) | 이하늬 (Actor) | 조진웅 (Actor) | 강신일 (Actor) | 허성태 (Actor) | 조한철 (Actor) | 서 현철 (Actor) | 남 명렬 (Actor) | 윤 병희 (Actor) | 최덕문 (Actor)|
|Director:||Chung Ji Young 鄭智泳 郑智泳 Chung Ji Young 정지영|
|Country of Origin:||South Korea|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Aspect Ratio:||2.35 : 1|
|Sound Information:||Dolby Digital 2.0, Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Region Code:||3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?|
|Package Weight:||120 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1093887837|
編劇：韓賢根 Han Hyunkeun
製片：李宗皓 Lee Jong Ho、李泰寬 Lee Tae kwan
趙震雄 Cho Jin-woong
李哈妮 Lee Hanee
★ 震驚韓國史上最大金融弊案 精彩緊湊直逼【大賣空】
★ 小人物對抗大財團 揭開暗黑內幕 鈔級騙局一觸即發
★ 破壞黑計畫 踢爆錢規則 全都是陰謀！
★【信號】韓國影帝趙震雄 化身正義檢察官 滿腔熱血拚真相
★【雞不可失】李哈妮 挑戰王牌女律師 只要犯法 絕不寬待
肆無忌憚的檢察官敏赫（趙震雄 飾）負責調查的女嫌犯離奇自殺，死前指控更讓他承受不白之冤，為了洗刷罪名，敏赫聯手菁英律師（李哈妮 飾）展開調查，他們發現女嫌犯與男友捲入一起鉅額銀行收購弊案，而嫌犯男友前幾天也意外身亡。這一切是巧合？還是瞞天過海的佈局？隨著真相逐漸揭發，這起巨大金融黑幕即將引爆所有「錢」藏危機！
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Not only has veteran director Chung Ji Young spent much of his career making socially conscious films, he has also been an outspoken advocate concerning government policies that affect the film industry. It's no surprise that Black Money, his first directorial effort in seven years, is another riveting and angry indictment of the system.
However, Black Money is a considerably more commercial and audience-friendly work than his previous film, National Security. This time, Chung and his writer Han Hyeon Geun use the "lone crusader takes on the system" formula to recreate a real-life controversy that raised questions about collusion between the government and the banking sector. The names have been changed, but keen observers of Korean politics and finance gossip will immediately recognize that the film is based on equity firm Lone Star Funds' takeover of Korea Exchange Bank in 2003 and its subsequent attempt at selling it in 2011.
Black Money is somewhat of a spiritual continuation of 2018's Default, which covered the 1997 IMF negotiations following the crippling Asian financial crisis. While that film covered the fallout of the crisis from various angles, Black Money focuses on the efforts of one (fictional) man: mid-level prosecutor Yang Min Hyuk (Jo Jin Woong). Nicknamed "Bulldozer" by his colleagues for his relentlessness, Yang finds his name tainted when he is accused of sexual assault in a dead suspect's suicide note. While trying to clear his name, he discovers that her death is tied to an investigation on a major bank illegally undervaluing itself to secure a sale to a foreign equity fund.
Yang's prime motivation – to clear his tainted reputation rather than pursuing "the right thing" – immediately makes him a hero worth rooting for, even when that determination drives him to commit shady investigation tactics such as illegal wiretapping, stealing documents and even climbing over the front gate of a suspect's home without a warrant. Chung and Han depict Yang to be working in a system so bound in bureaucratic red tape and cronyism that only extreme measures can ensure that the truth will be uncovered. That drive also results in several crowd-pleasing jokes that lighten up the proceedings.
Han's script and Chung's breakneck pacing mean that a large amount of the financial jargon thrown around may go over the heads of normal viewers. However, Yang's down-to-earth nature and star Jo Jin Woong's immensely likable everyman persona will keep audiences gripped throughout the complex exposition. As the equity fund legal advisor who stands between her career and her conscience, Honey Lee is equally solid in her performance as Yang's unlikely collaborator. On the other hand, Lee Sung Min is sadly wasted in his nearly wordless cameo as the Chief Prosecutor.
Considering that the case had yet to be wrapped up by the time of the film's release, Black Money’s impassioned finale is almost too wishy-washy compared to the events that led up to it. However, it doesn't dilute Chung's voice as a furious storyteller who is doing the cinematic equivalent of screaming "J'accuse!" on top of a pedestal. In balancing its need to entertain and its desire to inspire rage against the system, Black Money is an unqualified success.
by Kevin Ma