4 years after the events of Garibong district round up operation, Geumcheon Police’s Major Crimes Unit is given a mission to repatriate a fugitive who fled to Vietnam. Beast cop Ma Seok-do (Don LEE) and Capt. Jeon Il-man (CHOI Guy-hwa) intuitively realize that there’s something wrong with the suspect’s willingness to turn himself in and uncover crimes committed by a terrifying killer named Kang Hae-sang (SON Sukku). Ma and his unit begin their investigation across two countries and follow the bloody breadcrumbs left behind by Kang… No borders in catching the bad! Another exciting and tension-filled round-up!.
The Roundup
Ji-woo (KIM Dong-hwi), an outcast in a prestigious private high school, does not fit in due to different social backgrounds than his well-to-do classmates. One day, he meets Hak-sung (CHOI Min-sik), the school’s security guard who is actually a mathematical genius defected from North Korea, now living with his past shut away. Ji-woo asks Hak-sung to teach him math, and although reluctant at first, Hak-sung eventually agrees to. Finding each other in their most difficult times, Ji-woo and Hak-sung open up to one another during their special math lessons, but their friendship is at risk when Ji-woo is framed for an incident in school, and Hak-sung is faced with people prying on his past..
In Our Prime
Dreaming of changing the world, Seo Chang-dae takes part in Kim Woon-bum’s presidential campaign where he adopts a very aggressive propaganda campaign and makes Kim the strongest candidate in the opposition party. Ambitious Seo thinks that unjustified means are necessary for politics, but Kim firmly disagrees. While their conflict deepens, the ruling party secretly contacts Seo to recruit him.   Watch Trailer.
Major Crimes captain Park Kang-yoon (Cho Jin-woong) receives special funding to carry out his investigations and lives the life of luxury with fancy sedan, high-end condo, designer suits and accessories. A rookie named Min-jae (Choi Woo-shik) joins his unit, who happens to be very by the book. The pair becomes close as they begin investigating a new type of street drug, but Kang-yoon finds out that there is a mole within his unit, who has been compiling a case against him. As Min-jae is shown into the shady world of slush funds being used on cops, he is exposed to a secret organization within the ranks….
The Policeman’s Lineage
In 1988, a 17-year-old genius teenage boy named ‘Joon-kyung’(Park Jeong-min) lives in a village where there is no train station when the only way to get in and out is by train. Dreaming of making a way station for his sister and the villagers who have no choice but to commute along the dangerous train tracks every day, ‘Joon-kyung’ sends numerous letters to the President, but with no reply. ‘Ra-hee’(Im Yoon-ah), who has a crush on ‘Joon-kyung’, does everything she can to help him meet the President. Will ‘Joon-kyung’ and ‘Ra-hee’ be able to build a way station in the village and protect the villagers?.
Miracle: Letters To The President