Secret Reunion is a 2010 espionage/thriller film directed by Jang Hun about Ji-Won, a North Korean assassin, and Han-Gyoo, a South Korean intelligence agent who are both disgraced after the botched assassination of a North Korean defector. Six years later, Han-Gyoo, now a private detective, encounters Ji-Won working as a laborer. Although the two are aware of each other's identity, they decide to work together while quietly plotting to take advantage of the situation to redeem themselves.
The following weapons were used in the film Secret Reunion:
National Intelligence Service agent Lee Han-Gyoo (Kang-ho Song) and his team are all armed with Glock 19 pistols, which are used in a gunfight when North Korean assassins target a defector who wrote a disparaging book about Kim Jong-il.
A Veteran North Korean assassin named Shadow (Jun Gook Hwan) uses a CZ-75 "Pre-B" with a suppressor as his main weapon throughout the film.
The "Pre-B" CZ-75 also changes to a CZ-75 B in some close-ups due to a continuity error.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
South Korean police detectives use Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolvers. Han-gyoo acquires one from an incapacitated officer in the finale and uses it when confronting Shadow.