Narco-Saints | Official Trailer | Netflix

Trust is the deadliest deal
In this vast empire of deception
Who will survive?

Based on a dangerously true lie

Narco-Saints | September 9, only on Netflix

From director Yoon Jong-bin of
The Spy Gone North and Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time

Starring Ha Jung-woo, Hwang Jung-min, Park Hae-soo, Jo Woo-jin and Yoo Yeon-seok
With a special appearance by Chang Chen

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Narco-Saints | Official Trailer | Netflix

An ordinary entrepreneur joins a secret government mission to capture a Korean drug lord operating in South America. Based on true events.



  1. Finished watching this series and it's Amazing. Absolutely Loved it.. One of the best Korean series for me. Not a single boring moment found. The action sequences were too good and the screenplay was Engaging also the characters were so good. A perfect material for Binge watching.

  2. Just finished it. I like it but i feel like they could spend more time building the fishman character. It’s progressed too fast that it’s illogical. such as mastermind like Jeon wouldn’t be easily fool by fishman without digging into his family or background. Even when fishman is master at negotiating, it’s still not very logical to immediately change him from normal machenic and business man to fearless rat. Especially the ending where he chased The pastor down, it just doesn’t make sense to me. I wish they could make it a bit more convincing.
    no compaint about Hwang Jung Min or Ha Jung Woo acting, they are outstanding. Some other backgrounds character are just so so though, seems like they can’t perform well when speaking a different language. I have watched lots of Korean movies, series and especially love the crime ones and they definitely could do lots better than this. Just my opinion.

  3. After ten-minutes of waaaay too-much story-telling yakity-yak I stopped watching what is likely a good series😖: If I want this much exposition instead of watching Television I'll read the book🤨 For goodness sake SHOW don't tell the "Based on a true story" story, it's NOT a documentary😒

  4. Everyone is so thirlled.about the on the other hand was so shock how money and drugs do to people and country especially the movie is based on true events.

  5. As a Surinamese, I have mixed feelings. On the one hand it sucks to see your multi-cultural paradise of a country portrayed as a drug nation. On the other hand, it is totally awesome that my country is mentioned in a Netflix movie, and I am somehow more disappointed about the fact that it wasn't filmed in Suriname.

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