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The Accidental Narco

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The Accidental Narco

Digital streaming poster
Country South Korean flag.jpg South Korea
Language Korean
Channel Netflix
Genre Crime
Broadcast 2022
No. of Episodes 6
Main Cast
Character Actor
Kang In-gu Ha Jung-woo
Pastor Jeon Yo-hwan Hwang Jung-min
Choi Chang-ho Park Hae-soo
Byeon Ki-tae Jo Woo-jin
David Julio Park Yoo Yeon-seok

The Accidental Narco (Korean title: 수리남, Surinam; lit. "Suriname", marketed internationally as Narco-Saints) is a South Korean crime drama series. The series stars Ha Jung-woo as Kang In-gu, a Korean entrepreneur visiting the South American nation of Suriname to start up a business. In-gu then finds himself in a web of conspiracies and plots as he used in the South Korean National Intelligence Service's manhunt for local Korean drug lord Jeon Yo-hwan (Hwang Jung-min), operating in Suriname under the front of a church pastor. The series was originally released under the name Suriname in South Korea, but was renamed to and promoted as Narco-Saints internationally to draw the viewerbases of fellow Netflix series Narcos and Narcos: Mexico.

The following weapons were used in the television series The Accidental Narco:


Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS is used by multiple characters throughout the series.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Chen Zhen puts his 92 to Kang In-gu (Ha Jung-woo)'s head in Episode 1.
A group of cartel members holding 92s (and Glocks) in Episode 2.
A member of Chen Zhen's gang (Hwang Bo-jung-il) aims his Beretta at In-gu.
Byun Ki-tae (Jo Woo-jin) holds a Beretta.
Chen fires a warning shot into the air.
Ki-tae with his Beretta in Episode 3.
A Beretta in Lee Sang-jun's pocket.
A Brazilian border patrol squad leader fires his Beretta into a package of cocaine in Episode 4. It may be standing in for the more regionally common Taurus PT92.
A Chinatown gangster aims his 92 during the Suriname National Army raid in Episode 5.
Jeon Yo-hwan (Hwang Jung-min) fires a Beretta at Kang In-gu in Episode 6.

Glock 17

Glock 17s are used by multiple characters throughout the series.

2nd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
One of Jeon Yo-hwan's men holds one of Chen Zhan's men at gunpoint with a Glock in Episode 2.
David Park (Yoo Yeon-seok) holds a Glock.
Kang In-gu (Ha Jung-woo) holds a Glock in Episode 3.
David holds a Glock during the ambush in Episode 5.
A Surinamese soldier holds a Glock.
Chinese gangsters fire the Glock at the Surinamese army.
Dong-woo (Ko Gun-han) racks the Glock in Episode 6.
NIS agents aim their Glocks at Lee Sang-jun (Kim Min-gwi) during a drug bust.
Choi Chang-ho (Park Hae-soo) aims his Glock at Sang-jun.
The Chief of the DEA (Bryan Larkin) aims his Glock at Yo-hwan.

Desert Eagle Mark VII

Jeon Yo-hwan (Hwang Jung-min) uses a Desert Eagle Mark VII throughout the series.

IMI Desert Eagle Mark VII - .357 Magnum
Jeon Yo-hwan (Hwang Jung-min) holds the Desert Eagle during Chen Zhen's ambush in Episode 5.
Yo-hwan holding the pistol.
Yo-hwan aims the pistol at Kang In-gu.
Yo-hwan unloads the magazine into David after shooting him.
A close-up of the Desert Eagle as it is fired.
After firing 10 shots (which is accurate to a .357 model Desert Eagle), the pistol's slide locks open.
Yo-hwan holds the pistol in Episode 6.
A close-up of the trigger. Magnum Research markings can be seen on the pistol's slide.

Walther PPK/S

Kang In-gu (Ha Jung-woo) packs and uses a Walther PPK/S during his final confrontation with Jeon Yo-hwan in Episode 6.

Walther PPK/S (blued)- .380 ACP
The PPK/S in In-gu's suitcase in Episode 6.
Another angle.
In-gu (Ha Jung-woo) aims the PPK/S at Yo-hwan.

Bruni GAP

Choi Chang-ho (Park Hae-soo) is seen with a Bruni GAP, a Glock-based blank-fire only gun, in Episode 3.

Bruni GAP - 9mm P.A.K.
Chang-ho (Park Hae-soo) with the GAP.

Submachine guns

Cobray M11/9

A Cobray M11/9 is used by a Chinese gangster in Episode 5.

SWD/Cobray M11/9 SMG with folding stock - 9x19mm
The gangster hides in cover while holding the Cobray.
The gangster holds the Cobray.
The gangster fires the Cobray at Surinamese soldiers.

Heckler & Koch MP5A5

A Heckler & Koch MP5A5 is seen with one of Chen Zhen's men in Episode 5.

Heckler & Koch MP5A5 - 9x19mm
The gangster with the MP5A5.


Colt M16A1

Jeon Yo-hwan's men are equipped with Colt M16A1s. Gallas (Chidi Ajufo)'s M16A1 is customized with a heatshield barrel and M203 grenade launcher. Other characters throughout the series are also seen with the rifle.

Colt M16A1 with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
Colt M16A1 with M203 grenade launcher - 5.56x45mm / 40x46mm
A picture of Kang In-gu's father during his service in the Vietnam War in Episode 1. He can be seen holding an M16A1. Republic of Korea forces deployed to Vietnam primarily used the M1 Garand.
Jeon Yo-hwan's guards fire M16A1s down a shooting range in Episode 2.
A close-up of one of the M16s.
Gallas (Chidi Ajufo) aims his M16 at a group of Chinese gangsters.
A squad of Brazilian border patrol guards aiming their M16s in Episode 4. A rather unlikely weapon to be seen in the hands of Brazilian troops or police, who would most likely be armed with FAL derived weapons like the IMBEL MD-97 or IMBEL IA2.
Gallas and Yo-hwan's men fire their M16s at the border patrol guards.
Yo-hwan's men aim their M16s at a group of NIS and DEA agents in a drug bust in Episode 6.
Yo-hwan's men with their M16s.
Two of Yo-hwan's men fire their M16s at In-gu.
In-gu (Ha Jung-woo) fires an M16 at Yo-hwan.

Colt M4A1

The DEA agents in Episode 6 are equipped with Colt M4A1s, both customized and unmodified.

Colt M4A1 with 6 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm
Colt M4A1 with 4 position collapsible stock, RIS foregrip, folding rear sight, and ACOG scope - 5.56x45mm
A group of DEA agents with M4s in Episode 6.
A DEA agent aims his M4 at Yo-hwan's mercenaries during a drug bust.
A DEA Blue Team agent with an M4.
Multiple DEA Blue Team agents with their M4s.
Ditto again.
Multiple DEA officers firing their M4s at Yo-hwan's mercenaries.
An agent reloads his M4.
The agents firing their M4s.
The agents aim their M4 at a surrendering Yo-hwan.

Type 56 assault rifle

Both the Surinamese army and Chen Zhen's men are equipped with the Type 56 assault rifle. The real Surinamese Land Forces use the AKM and FN FAL.

Type 56 - 7.62x39mm
Surinamese soldiers with the Type 56 in Episode 1.
Surinamese soldiers firing their Type 56s at cartel members in Episode 2.
Chen Zhen (Chang Chen) and one of his men hold Type 56s in Episode 5.
Chen and his men fire the rifles during an ambush on Yo-hwan's men.
A close-up of one of the Type 56s.
The Type 56 being fired.
Chen firing the Type 56.
A squad of Surinamese soldiers firing their Type 56s.
The soldiers fire the rifles from a jeep.

Sa vz. 58 P

The Surinamese army are seen firing the Czechoslovakian Sa vz. 58 P instead of the Type 56 in Episode 2.

Sa vz. 58 P - 7.62x39mm
Surinamese soldiers firing their vz. 58s during a government coup in Episode 2.
The soldiers fire at government officials.
A close-up of the vz. 58s being fired.

Remington 700 AICS

A DEA operative uses a Remington 700 AICS in Episode 6.

Remington 700 in AICS 1.0 stock with Harris bipod and 5 round magazine - 7.62x51mm NATO
A DEA Blue Team agent holds the rifle in Episode 6.
The agent zeroes the scope on Yo-hwan's bodyguards.
The agent racks the bolt.
The agent aims the rifle.

Daewoo K1A

In Yo-hwan's flashback in Episode 1, a South Korean SOU officer can be seen with a Daewoo K1A.

Daewoo K1A with stock extended and 30-round magazine - 5.56x45mm
A South Korean SOU officer with the K1A in Yo-hwan's flashback in Episode 1.

Colt M16A2

A guard at the Sint Maarten prison is seen with the Colt M16A2 in Episode 2.

Colt M16A2 - 5.56x45mm
The guard with the M16A2 in Episode 2.


Remington Model 870

Remington Model 870s are used by multiple characters throughout the series.

Remington Model 870 Police Magnum with black synthetic furniture - 12 gauge
One of Jeon Yo-hwan's men fires a Remington 870 down a shooting range in Episode 2.
A Chinese gang member fires an 870 at the army during a shootout in Episode 5.

Unknown Shotgun

Archive footage of a cartel sicario firing an unknown semi-automatic shotgun is seen in Episode 1.

The sicario rapidly fires the shotgun at an offscreen target.

Machine guns


The PKM is used by multiple characters throughout the series.

PKM with classic flash hider - 7.62x54mm R
A PKM mounted on one of Yo-hwan's convoy pickup trucks in Episode 1.
A PKM mounted on a pickup truck in Episode 2.
One of Yo-hwan's mercenaries aims a mounted PKM in Episode 4.
The PKM is fired at a group of Brazilian border guards.
A DEA agent readies a PKM mounted to a UH-60 Black Hawk in Episode 6. The Russia-made PKM is a highly unlikely choice of a mounted machine gun for a helicopter operated by an American federal law enforcement agency. An M240 or M134 Minigun would be a more likely sight.
The agent fires the PKM at Yo-hwan's convoy.
Ditto again.


M67 hand grenade

An M67 hand grenade is tossed by a Surinamese army soldier in Episode 5.

M67 fragmentation grenade
The grenade rolls on the ground in Episode 5.


Opening sequence

Multiple firearms can be seen in the opening sequence.

Multiple 1911 variants and an AR-15 variant are visible in the opening.

War archive footage

Multiple firearms can be seen in archive footage of the Vietnam War in Episode 1.

A soldier has an M1 Garand slung on their back.
Browning M1919A4s and Browning M2s can be seen mounted on some Republic of Korea Army-operated M113 armored personnel carriers.

Unknown tank

The Surinamese army is seen using an unknown tank in Episode 5.

The tank in Episode 5.

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