This essay stresses that Eom Joong Ho, a retired ex-detective, is a dishonest pimp star in financial trouble. He is a commercial sex broker who has missed track of two of his girls. He is troubled by the realization that the client he sends his remaining girl is the one behind the other lost girls. On realizing that he might as well loose Mi Jin, the ex- detective goes out in search of the third girl. Paradox sets in when the ex-detective asks for help from the police force to help recapture his lost girl despite being involved in an illegal and inhumane trade. Instead of apprehending Eom Joong Ho for illicit activities, the police force was ready to help but had more pressing issues to attend. This act of the police force depicts the government agencies of Korea as inclined to impressing the influential personalities than protecting the rights of the weak.
As this paper declares a further rot in the government institutions is evident in the incident that occurs the same day the ex-detective sought police help to trace Mi Jin. The Mayor of Seoul had been attacked and soiled with human feces during a walk out. The police task force could, therefore, not help because they were dealing with an urgent and delicate security issue. Acts of hooliganism such as soiling the mayor with human faces is indeed a depiction of public discontent with the functioning of a system. The public is not happy with the way mayors and other elected officials undertake their duties. The movie director intends to bring out the public feeling over operations of elected government officials. Soiling a respected leader of the people with feces is a show of lost trust and reverence in his capabilities. Furthermore, the police abandon the public to attend to the interest of one leader in a bid to save