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A Hard Day (2014)

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A Hard Day
끝까지 간다
Ggeutggaji ganda
Theatrical release poster
Country South Korean flag.jpg South Korea
Directed by Kim Seong-hun
Release Date 2014
Language Korean
Studio AD406
Dasepo Club
Distributor Showbox Entertainment (worldwide)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Det. Ko Gun-soo Lee Sun-kyun
Park Chang-min Cho Jin-woong
Det. Choi Jeong Man-sik
Det. Squad Chief Shin Jeong-geun

A Hard Day (Korean title: 끝까지 간다, Ggeutggaji ganda; lit. "Take It to the End") is a 2014 Korean action-thriller film starring Lee Sun-kyun as police detective Ko Gun-soo, who accidentally runs over a homeless man with his car on the way to his mother's funeral. The film covers his attempts to hide his actions from the rest of the police force and his family as he finds himself being blackmailed by a mysterious individual who claims to be aware of the event. A Hard Day received critical acclaim upon its release for its gripping, black comedy-tinged story and performances and inspired multiple international adaptations.

The following weapons were used in the film A Hard Day (2014):


Smith and Wesson Model 36

The Smith and Wesson Model 36 is used by all of the characters throughout the movie.

Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
The Model 36 being loaded.
Ko Gun-soo (Lee Sun-kyun) with a Model 36.
Gun-soo daring Park Chang-min (Cho Jin-woong) to kill him. The top of the revolver is seen well in this shot.
Closer shot of the hammer in the same scene.
Gun-soo loads the revolver.
The front of the barrel.
The side of the gun.
The top of the revolver under a collapsed shelf.
The revolver's trigger.


Toy rifle

A rifle is seen in the hands of a toy soldier.

A toy soldier holding a rifle crawls on Ko Gun-soo's foot at a wake.
The toy soldier in a vent.
The rifle being "fired". A flashing light in the barrel simulates the muzzle flash of the rifle.

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