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17 years after the events of first movie, Choi Sung-hoon, Lee Han Dong';;s son, who grew up in abusive family, and has fallen to life of petty crime, ends up in jail, same one where Lee Jeong-suk is serving his sentence. Doon-seok meets Dong-soo';;s son Sung-hoon in prison, but keeps his relationship with Dong-soo a secret. Joon-seok proposes to Sung-hoon to join forces with him when he';;s out of prison in order to grow in power, but the table is turned suddenly when Sung-hoon finds out about the connection between Sung-hoon and his father.
For pure genre lovers, all of this will be pure catnip, and for others, once you accept all the derivativeness and noisome clichés, it may deliver real, if somewhat primitive, migraine-inducing entertainment.
While it's not much worse than its predecessor, Friend 2: The Legacy has none of the bromantic charm that made Friend, South Korean writer-director Kyung-Taek Kwak's 2001 gangster drama, the highest-grossing film in Korean history.