Time Renegades

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Time Renegades
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Directed by Kwak Jae-yong
Written byGo Jung-woon
Produced byLee Jin-eun
Starring Im Soo-jung
Jo Jung-suk
Lee Jin-wook
CinematographyLee Sung-je
CJ Entertainment
Sangsang Film
Distributed byCJ Entertainment
Release date
  • April 13, 2016 (2016-04-13)(South Korea)
Running time
107 minutes
CountrySouth Korea
Box officeUS$8.4 million [1]

Time Renegades (Korean : 시간이탈자; Hanja : 時間離脫者; RR : Siganitalja) is a South Korean romantic fantasy thriller film directed by Kwak Jae-yong. [2] [1] It was released in South Korea by CJ Entertainment on April 13, 2016. [1] [3] [4] [5]



On January 1, 1983, high school teacher Ji-hwan (Jo Jeong-seok) meets a robber and loses consciousness while proposing to his fellow schoolmate and lover Yoon-jung (Im Soo-jung). On January 1, 2015, detective Gun-woo (Lee Jin-wook) will also be shot and killed by the criminal he was chasing. About 30 years apart, Ji-hwan and Geon-woo, who were taken to the same hospital at the same day and at the same time, manage to survive from life-and-death situations, and after that day, the two begin to see each other's daily lives through their dreams. The two men didn't believe at first, but find themselves real people at different times. Geon-woo is attracted to Ji-hwan's fiancée, Yoon-jung, as she is destined to meet So-eun (im Su-jeong), who looks surprisingly similar to her. One day, while investigating an unsolved murder case in the 1980s, Gunwoo finds a record of Yun-jung being killed 30 years ago and begins digging into the case. Ji-hwan also learns from Gun-woo that his fiancée, Yoon-jung, is destined to die soon. The two men, together, start a hunt that goes beyond time to prevent the scheduled death of Yun-jung... different times, one murder The desperate struggle of two men to save her beloved begins!



Box office

The film was number-one on its opening weekend in South Korea with US$2.5 million [6] and a total of 547,000 admissions and US$3.94 million on its first five days. [1]

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