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- Movie: Die Bad
- Revised romanization: Jukgeona Hokeun Nabbeugeona
- Hangul: 죽거나 혹은 나쁘거나
- Director: Ryoo Seung-Wan
- Writer: Ryoo Seung-Wan
- Producer: Kim Sung-Je
- Release Date: July 15, 2000
- Runtime: 98 min.
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Die Bad is broken up into four parts:
Rumble: Two groups of opposing teens start off playing pool but soon they clash heads. In the midst of fighting, Sung-bin kills Hyun-soo and thus begins his descent into crime.
Nightmare: Seven years later, Sung-bin is released from prison. Upon returning home he finds that his father no longer cares about him. His elder brother gets him a job at a garage where a cop visits him several times but Sung-bin soon finds himself back out of work. It's not long before fate leads him once again along a rocky path.
Modern Man: Suk-hwan, an old friend of Sung-bin who was with him on the day of that fateful incident has now become a police officer. We see him on a stakeout; unbeknownst to Suk-hwan the man he is after is connected to Sung-bin.
Die Bad: Sung-bin has recruited a gang of youths, unaware that they are expendable and whose only purpose is to serve as knife fodder. Suk-hwan finally faces Sung-bin in a showdown; meanwhile Sung-bin's youth gang faces a horrific and bloody battle.
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