Raised to be a killer from a very young age in Yanbian, China, Sook-hee (Ok-bin Kim) is a deadly government assassin whose life is complicated by her blossoming relationship and double life as a stage actress. Being a hitwoman is certainly not her chosen vocation in life, but she agreed to at least ten years of service as a special agent following the tragic death of her tutor. However, it seems that her violent past is not ready to be put to bed just yet. With the arrival of two men she once knew named Joong-sang (Ha-kyun Shin) and Hyun-soo (Jun Sung), she starts to piece together some disturbing truths about her past which awaken the unwilling executioner within - and now she only has one thing on her mind: revenge.
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