I am a very rare hard core fan of South Korean films. I speak the language because I was born there and lived there for a few years. It's such a pity that the British or the Americans will never understand the humour that is used in South Korean films. If you can understand them, you will know that this film is nothing short of explode-yer-belly funny. Suk-Kyu Han is right now the biggest film star in South Korea, and he's recently starred in a film called 'Swiri' which has broken all records in Korea. Han is marvellous in this film, and he proves his versatility by playing the comical character.
If there are any other Brits out there who can get the Korean humour, I recommend he/she watches this film.