After losing his job at a scrap metal yard, Kyu Nam finds a new job at a small pawn shop named Utopia. He is immediately drawn to the family atmosphere at Utopia, working with his new boss Jung Sik and boss's daughter Young Sook. Unfortunately for Kyu Nam, his moment of happiness will only be fleeting.

Cho In lived through a brutal childhood. He has had to use a prosthetic leg since an early age, grew up with an abusive father and lived with a mother who at one point attempted to kill her own son out of despair. Cho In also possesses an awe-inspiring supernatural gift. Cho In can control other people's minds when they are within his field of sight.

One fateful day, Cho In walks into the Utopia pawn shop to steal whatever money exists in the safe. Not expecting much resistance, Cho In is surprised to find one man at the Utopia pawn shop is able to break free from his mind control abilities. That man is Kyu Nam. Cho In then resorts to killing the owner of pawn shop to make his escape. All of this is captured on CCTV.

An epic battle will soon occur between these two people with supernatural abilities and nothing to lose.

Country: Korean
Status: Completed
Airs: 2010

Cast more

  • Gang Dong Won (1981)

    Gang Dong Won (1981)

  • Go Soo (1978)

    Go Soo (1978)

  • Jeong Eun Chae (1986)

    Jeong Eun Chae (1986)

  • Yoon Da Kyeong (1971)

    Yoon Da Kyeong (1971)

  • Choi Deok Moon (1970)

    Choi Deok Moon (1970)

  • Abu Dodd

    Abu Dodd

  • Kaya Enes (1984)

    Kaya Enes (1984)

  • Yang Kyeong Mo (2001)

    Yang Kyeong Mo (2001)

  • Jeon Heon Tae (1963)

    Jeon Heon Tae (1963)

  • Kang Hyeon Joong (1972)

    Kang Hyeon Joong (1972)

  • Lee Se Rang (1974)

    Lee Se Rang (1974)

  • Kim Seo Won (1979)

    Kim Seo Won (1979)

  • Ryoo Seon Yeong (1988)

    Ryoo Seon Yeong (1988)

  • Choi Yoon Seok (1978)

    Choi Yoon Seok (1978)

  • Lee Sae Yoon

    Lee Sae Yoon

  • Kim Yeong Ah (1975)

    Kim Yeong Ah (1975)

  • Baek Hyeon Woo

    Baek Hyeon Woo

  • Min Woo Ki (1979)

    Min Woo Ki (1979)

  • Geum Dong Hyeon (1963)

    Geum Dong Hyeon (1963)


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