- Movie: Mutt Boy
- Revised romanization: Ddong Gae
- Hangul: 똥개
- Director: Kwak Kyung-Taek
- Writer: Kwak Kyung-Taek, Kim Jang-Woo
- Producer: Jung Jong-Sub, Yang Jong-Kyung, Park Sung-Geun
- Cinematographer: Hwang Ki-Sok
- Release Date: July 16, 2003
- Runtime: 101 min.
- Genre: Drama / Youth
- Distributor: Show East
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Cheol-Min (Jung Woo-Sung) is known around town as “mutt boy”. His mother died when he was young and he lives with his father (Kim Kap-Soo), who is the chief detective in town. Cheol-Min stopped going to high school and just spends his days watching TV, arguing with his father and doing housework. His father always nags Cheol-Min, but Cheol-Min doesn’t care.
Cheol-Min then joins up with a group of guys known as “MJK”. They are all in similar situations as Cheol-Min. People think of them as losers, but it’s ok with “MJK”.
Cheol-Min’s father then brings home a girl named Jeong-Ae (Uhm Ji-Won). His father tells Cheol-Min to treat her like a sister. Cheol-Min doesn’t like her and Jeong-Ae doesn’t seem to like him either. Soon, Cheol-Min, his father and Jeong-Ae get used to living together as a family.
One dy, Cheol-Min’s friend Dae-Ddeuk is beaten up by a gang. The gang are looking to kick people out of the neighborhood under the orders of rich man Oh Deok-Man. Cheol-Min asks his dad to arrest Oh Deok-Man, but his dad carries out his investigation in a deliberate manner. Meanwhile, Oh Deok-Man tries to give a bribe to Cheol-Min’s father.
Then, Cheol-Min can’t take it anymore. He decides to punish Oh Deok-Man himself.
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