Assassination (Blu-ray release 2016-1-15) shows a team of Korean soldiers, who are given a task to assassinate a Japanese official and a Korean traitor, during the 1930s.  In addition to the Korean and Japanese military, there is also a pair of paid assassins who are contracted to kill the aforementioned assassins.  Needless to say there are twists, and double crosses.

I am surprised to find this movie to be so excellent.  It has a seriously rich plot to fill the 140 minutes of running time with good pacing.  The climactic scene in which the protagonist wears a certain type of costume is very awesome.  This particular scene shows why the protagonist has to be female.  I also appreciate that this movie does not go with the conventional Korean movie route of being tear jerking.