Friend (2001)

Brothers till the bitter end.

  • Genre: Action, Drama, Crime
  • Release Date: 2001-03-31
  • User Rating: 7/10 from 86 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 58min
  • Language: 한국어/조선말
  • Production Company: Cineline 2
  • Production Country: South Korea
  • Director: Kwak Kyung-taek
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From 86 Ratings


Despite their different family backgrounds, four friends grew up together in the wearisome years of the 70s. But as time goes by, each of them takes a different life path.

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  • Yu Oh-seong

    as Joon-seok
  • Jang Dong-gun

    as Dong-soo
  • Seo Tae-hwa

    as Sang-taek
  • Jung Woon-taek

    as Jeong-ho
  • Kim Bo-kyung

    as Jin-sook
  • Gi Ju-bong

    as Mustache
  • Joo Hyun

    as Joon-seok's Father
  • Jeon Young-woon

    as Dong-soo's Father
  • Lee Jae-yong

    as Scar-Eye
  • Kim Hyeon-ji

    as Tall Woman
  • Yoo Seung-il

    as Child Joon-seok
  • Jeong Hee-ryong

    as Child Dong-soo
  • Kim Joon-beom

    as Child Sang-taek
  • Kim Seong-bok

    as Child Joong-ho
  • Kang Shin-il

    as Sang-taek's Father
  • Kwon Nam-hee

    as Sang-taek's Mother
  • Park Nam-hee

    as Joon-seok's Mother
  • Lee Eun-joo

    as Sin-ae
  • Kim Jung-tae

    as Doruko
  • Yoo Byeong-seok

    as Small Guy
  • Kim Gi-yong

    as Jjang-ga
  • Jung Ho-bin

    as Eun-gi
  • Yang Joong-kyung

    as English Teacher
  • Kim Kwang-kyu

    as Math Teacher
  • Kim Gi-ho

    as Cowardly Gangster
  • Hong Seok-yeon

    as Security Guard
  • Ahn Chang-gook

    as Man with Gold-framed Glasses
  • Jo Yong-won

    as Beauty
  • Kim Hoon

    as Doruko's Henchman
  • Jo Soo-jin

    as Member of Rainbow
  • Lee Se-na

    as Member of Rainbow
  • Kim Hyun-sook

    as Member of 7 Princess
  • Jang Gi-hoon

    as Small Guy's Mob
  • Kim Yeong-heon

    as Joon-seok's Driver
  • Seo Byeong-do

    as Vice President
  • Kim Joon-hee

    as Trans
  • Park Hyo-jin

    as Theater Advertisement
  • Park Yong-chan

    as Buckle Student
  • Im Ji-moon

    as Triangle Student
  • Kim Tae-won

    as Gangster from the Trunk
  • Kim Seong-hwa

    as Arresting Policeman
  • Bae Won-yeong

    as MC Student
  • Lee Dong-wook

    as Student from the Shaolin Temple
  • Kim Po

    as Mustache's Henchman
  • Ji Dae-han

    as Scar-Eye's Shadow
  • Cha Jin-ho

    as Bunting Student
  • Kim Ji-hoon-V

    as Weekly Duty Student
  • Kim Moon-bin

    as Student
  • Kim Jung-woon

    as Doruko's Younger Brother
  • Kim Yun-tae

    as Dong-soo's Henchman
  • Chang Yun

    as Dong-soo's Henchman
  • Moon Woon-bong

    as Dong-soo's Henchman
  • Son Byung-hee

    as Dong-soo's Henchman
  • Yang Ji-woong

    as Waiter
  • Lee Kyeong-ha

    as Bar Girl
  • Hwang Joo-hyeon

    as Bar Customer
  • Choi So-i

    as Female Employee
  • Yoo Sang-seob

    as Jaws
  • Lee Ji-Yeon

    as Female Employee at Wedding Hall
  • Sun Ho-jin

    as Young Man with Umbrella
  • Kim Jae-hyeon

    as High School Boy
  • Oh Seung-chan

    as Court Prosecutor
  • Jeong Jong-seop

    as Court Lawyer
  • Park Chan-young

    as Judge
  • Kim Sung-nyeo

    as Bus Conductor
  • Jo Joon-baek

    as Employee at Construction Site
Directing Kwak Kyung-taek Director
Writing Kwak Kyung-taek Writer
Sound Man-Sik Choi Original Music Composer
Sound Sun-shik Choi Original Music Composer
Editing Park Gok-ji Editor
Art Oh Sang-man Production Design
Costume & Make-Up Su-kyeong Wak Costume Design
Camera Hwang Ki-suk Director of Photography
Production Kim Dong-joo Executive Producer
Sound Lee In-gyu Sound Designer
Crew Sin Jae-myeong Fight Choreographer
Production Hyun Gyeong Lim Producer