The “Seven Cutter” is a legendary fighter throughout various high schools within Korea. His name is Jung Han Soo and he remains unbeaten by the toughest fighters from many different schools. Many who had tried to defeat him not only suffered the circumstances of losing, but is left with his trademark: a 7-centimeter scar the he always leaves behind them to remind them of their loss. When a high-schooler named Han Soo at Seong Ji High School, he is instantly mistaken for the “Seven Cutter”. An innocent kid, at first he is blissfully unaware of why the other students are giving him such an icy reception. So when the toughest boy at Seong Ji High School challenges him to a battle for the title of the toughest guy in school, he has no choice but defend himself and fight. Then, when he accidentally wins, things start getting really confusing for him. Soon, Han Soo meets tom-boy Min Joo, who is not just a great, skilled boxer, but a tough hard-to-deal-with knockout as well. After a few coincidences that make him look like a pervert, she also asks him for a battle for revenge. He defends himself by pretending to have a crush on her, even though he likes the pretty, but snotty, girl in school. Min-joo decided to accept his “love”, and eventually starts to like his unique personality. Later, when Han Soo finally realizes he has fallen for her, Min-joo is heart-broken to find out that he likes the pretty girl, and that he never liked her. Then the bad guys arrive and try to kidnap Min Joo. Are they getting revenge from the wrong fighter?
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An Jae Mo as Jung Han Soo
Yoon Eun Hye as Han Min Joo
Lee Jung as Baek Sung Gi
Hyun Young as Mrs.Kim (Kim Seon Mi)
Jeong Joon Ha as Mr. Koh (Koh Min Shik)
Park Seul Gi as Kang Hae Soo (Min Joo’s friend who’s in love with Mr. Koh)
Cheon Myeong-hoon as Han Soo’s brother
Park Hyo-joon as Sung Gi’s friend
Joo Ho as Pyo Jung Shik
Directed by Kwon Nam-gi
Produced by Kim Yong-kook