18 Movies Like Midnight Runners

The movie Midnight Runners, with Park Seo-joon and Kang Ha-neul in the lead roles. On August 9, 2017, the movie was finally made available to the public. On September 16, 2022, the Indian version, dubbed Saakini Daakini, was made available to the public.

The Korean National Police University is where both Ki-joon and Hee-yeol are currently pursuing their educations. On their way home from the club one night, around midnight, they were witnesses to the kidnapping of a girl whose name was Yun-Jung.

However, due to the fact that the missing persons department of the local police station is now preoccupied with the abduction of the son of a wealthy businessman, they are unable to examine the case at this moment.

In spite of the fact that they are aware that they are operating in the critical hours following a kidnapping, they start their amateur inquiry. As Ki-joon and Hee-yeol close in on kidnappers, it becomes clear that the gang is operating a business that collects unfertilized eggs, and that they have a large number of other girls held captive at their hideout.

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1. Quick (2019)


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2. It’s the Law (2017)


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3. Confidential Assignment


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4. Extreme Job


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5. The Thieves (2012)


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6. Miracle: Letters to the President


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8. Big Match (2014)


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12. Okay Madam


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13. Secret Zoo


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14. Hitman: Agent Jun


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15. Secretly, Greatly


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17. Veteran (2015)


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18. Let Yourself Go (2017)


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