Nameless Gangster( Hangul :범죄와의 전쟁; Hanja :犯 罪 와의 戰 爭; RR :Bumchoiwaui Junjaeng; MR :P?mjoewa-?i Ch?njaenglit.War On Crime: The Golden Age of Bad Guys) is a 2012 South Korean film noir set in Busan in 1982. It stars Choi Min-shik and Ha Jung-woo and is directed by Yun Jong-bin.
On the verge of being laid off, corrupt customs officer Choi Ik-hyun finds a methamphetamine shipment. His life turns around when he partners with the harbor city’s biggest crime organization boss, Choi Hyung-bae, to make money off it. They eventually find out they are distant relatives. Hyung-bae helps Ik-hyun set up a business with the money from drug trafficking while Ik-hyun lobbies for his partner Hyung-bae. With his unique wit and ability to make people like him, Ik-hyun borrows Hyung-bae’s power to take over Busan . But their golden days are numbered. In 1990, the Roh Tae-woo administration declares a war on crime and a rift gradually occurs between the two men and in their organization.