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Following his 2010 hit crime drama, The Unjust, which depicted corruption entangling the privileged class with a cleverly structured plot and dynamic action sequences, and the 2013 espionage thriller The Berlin File, which set a new box office record for domestic spy films, Ryoo Seung-wan returns with his latest action crime drama, Veteran.
After an international auto theft sting, major crimes detective Do-cheol is treated to a night at an exclusive club where he is introduced to Sunjin Group's third-in-line, Tae-oh. Animosity quickly arises between the two as Tae-oh's rude behavior rubs Do-cheol the wrong way. Convinced that Tae-oh is a drug addict, Do-cheol tries to investigate, but is stopped by his boss. Meanwhile, Tae-on runs into Bae, a truck driver who helped Do-cheol with his auto theft case, protesting outside the company headquarters to get his overdue wages. Tae-oh invites Bae up to his office to write him a cheque. But Bae isn't let off easily -- not before he is humiliated and beaten for Tae-oh's amusement. Bae is subsequently hospitalized but his son finds Do-cheol's card and calls for help. Do-cheol feels responsible and decides to get Tae-oh, no matter how much Tae-oh tries to sabotage the investigation.