Movie: Poongsan (Englsh title) / Poongsan Dog (literal title)
Revised romanization: Poongsan Gae
Hangul: 풍산개
Director: Juhn Jai-Hong
Writer: Kim Ki-Duk
Producer: Kim Ki-Duk
Cinematographer: Lee Jung-In
Release Date: June 23, 2011
Runtime: 121 min.
Genre: Drama
Distributor: Next Entertainment World
Language: Korean
Country: South Korea
A mysterious man nicknamed “Poongsan” (Yoon Kye-Sang) crosses between the South and North Korean border as a courier for hire. There’s no way for people to contact him, but instead, Poongsan picks out potential clients from banners at a make shift memorial along the DMZ. Poongsan’s next target is a man who wishes to bring a North Korean woman into South Korea.

Meanwhile, a man (Kim Jong-Soo) is pushed by the section chief (Han Ki-Joong) at the NIS to write a report on North Korea. That man was a high ranking official in North Korea prior to defecting to South Korea. He’s protected by NIS agents, but still paranoid that North Korean assassins will kill him. He asks the section chief at the NIS to bring his lover In-Ok (Kim Gyu-Ri) to him from North Korea. Agents from the NIS learn of a man able to smuggle people across the border. They place a banner along a makeshift memorial at the DMZ border.