Secretly Greatly

Secretly Greatly

A group of spies called the 5446 Corps were trained by North Korean elite special forces since their youth, ostensibly towards the lofty goal of unifying Korea. They are ambitiously dispatched to South Korea, where each disguises himself as a fool, an aspiring singer, and a high school student. Passing boring time without receiving any orders from the North, they gradually get used to life as ordinary neighbors in a small town until one day, their mundane lives are turned upside down when a "secret and great" mission is suddenly assigned to them. Due to the events of the Second Battle of Yeonpyeong, South Korea demands the names, location, and rank of 30 North Korean spies active in South Korea, promising financial aid to the North on the condition that Pyongyang turns in their spies. To prevent the elites from falling into enemy hands, the North Korean government orders dozens of active duty spies to take their own lives. Meanwhile their North Korean army instructor Kim Tae-won crosses the border to eliminate those who refuse to follow
Country: Korean
Status: Completed
Genres: Action; Comedy; Drama;
Airs: 2013

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  • Kim Soo Hyeon (1988)

    Kim Soo Hyeon (1988)

  • Lee Hyun Woo (1993)

    Lee Hyun Woo (1993)

  • Park Ki Woong (1985)

    Park Ki Woong (1985)

  • Choi Woo Shik

    Choi Woo Shik

  • Jang Gwang (1952)

    Jang Gwang (1952)

  • Son Hyeon Joo (1965)

    Son Hyeon Joo (1965)

  • Park Hye Sook

    Park Hye Sook

  • Kim Seong Kyoon (1980)

    Kim Seong Kyoon (1980)

  • Ko Chang Seok

    Ko Chang Seok

  • Lee Chae Yeong (1986)

    Lee Chae Yeong (1986)

  • Park Eun Bin

    Park Eun Bin

  • Ko In Beom (1959)

    Ko In Beom (1959)

  • Goo Seung Hyeon (2004)

    Goo Seung Hyeon (2004)

  • Eom Tae Goo (1983)

    Eom Tae Goo (1983)

  • Jo Yeong Jin (1962)

    Jo Yeong Jin (1962)

  • Hong Tae Ui (2000)

    Hong Tae Ui (2000)

  • Jeong Yeong Ki (1981)

    Jeong Yeong Ki (1981)

  • Joo Hyeon (1941)

    Joo Hyeon (1941)

  • Kang Eun Tak (1982)

    Kang Eun Tak (1982)

  • Lee Jae Woo (1981)

    Lee Jae Woo (1981)


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