South Korean agents Ryu and Lee are tracking a female assassin from North Korea who has mysteriously disappeared. With new killings and the theft of a deadly bomb, time is running out to catch her.
|韩石圭 (Suk-kyu Han)||饰||Jong Won Yu|
|崔岷植 (Min-sik Choi)||饰||Mu-young Park|
|金允珍 (Yunjin Kim)||饰||Myung-hyun Lee / Bang-hee Lee (as Yoon-jin Kim)|
|宋康昊 (Kang-ho Song)||饰||Jang-gil Lee|
|Johnny Kim||饰||Dae-Ho Jung (as Derek Kim)|
An elite group of North Korean soldiers are put through a brutal training regime. Under the auspices of their commander, Park Mu-young (Choi Min-sik), they will be sent into South Korea as sleeper agents, to be reactivated at some later date. The most promising of the group is Lee Bang-hee, a female sniper who systematically kills several key South Korean government figures over the next few years.Meanwhile, South Korea is searching for Bang-hee. The agent in charge of her case, Yu Jong-won (Han Suk-kyu) has nightmares about her murdering both him and his partner, Lee Jang-gil (Song Kang-ho). …
- 声音混合： Dolby Digital
- 纵横比：1.85 : 1
|Kang Je-Kyu Film Co. Ltd.|
|Frontier Works Comic|
|CJ E&M Film Financing & Investment Entertainment & Comics (remastered) (as CJ JSA Entertainment Comics)|
|韩国希杰娱乐株式会社 (presents) (remastered)|
|发行公司||Video Junkie (2001) (DVD) (United States)|
|Amuse Video (All media)|
|Yet World Ltd. (All media) (Hong Kong)|
|首映票房（美国）||$29,187, 10 February 2002|
- German film fans were astonished when this film passed the ratings board FSK (known for its extensive dislike of excessive violence) uncut with a "Not under 16" rating. It was expected that the film would not get a rating at all and had to go for a JK approval from SPIO (Head organization of German film business).
- Swiri was the first Hollywood-style big-budget blockbuster to be produced in the "new" Korean film industry. This was due to South Korea's major economic boom that occurred in late 90's.