Memories of Murder
1986 Gyunggi Province. The body of a young woman is found brutally raped and murdered. Two months later, a series of rapes and murders commences under similar circumstances. And in a country that had never known such crimes, the dark whispers about a serial murderer grow louder. A special task force is set up in the area, with two local detectives Park Doo-Man and Jo Young-Goo joined by a detective from Seoul who requested to be assigned to the case.
- Category:Thriller, Crime, Drama, Mystery
- Stars:Kang-ho Song, Sang-kyung Kim, Roe-ha Kim, Jae-ho Song, Hie-bong Byeon, Seo-hie Ko, No-shik Park, Hae-il Park, Jong-ryol Choi, Mi-seon Jeon, In-seon Jeong, Ha-kyeong Kim, Jae-eung Lee, Young-hwa Seo, Ji-ru Sung,
- Country:South Korea
- Director:Joon Ho Bong, Joon-ho Bong,
- Writer:Joon-ho Bong, Kwang-rim Kim (play), Sung-bo Shim
In 1986, Park and Cho are two simple-minded detectives assigned to a double murder investigation in a South Korean province. When a third woman is found dead in the same "modus-operandi", the detectives find leads of the assassin. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Memories of Murder torrent reviews
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