Jungle Juice is the 2002 Korean movie about 2 misfits trying to make their way in the criminal underworld of Seoul. Ki-tae and Chol-su are two social outcast/misfits (Yangachi in Korea culture) who find themselves at the very bottom of the local organized crime ladder when they are tasked with escorting a local crime boss on a drug deal that blows up. They find themselves in debt to the capo for 20 million won and get into a series of misadventures trying to recoup the money and secure something for themselves along the way. From CrunchyRoll:

Ki-tae (Jang Hyeok) and Chol-su (Lee Beom-Su) are two goofy happy-go-lucky guys think of a grittier non-suburban version of Beavis and Butthead who unintentionally find themselves at the lowest rung of the local mafia ladder. They get involved in a cocaine deal which of course falls apart, and have to come up with 20 million won to pay back the boss. For the rest of the movie, the two, along with a prostitute named Meg Ryan (Jun Hye-jin) and a cast of misfits and thugs, run around Seoul and Pusan while beating the life out of each other and getting into all sorts of misadventures.

Ki-tae and Choeol-su are very much anti-heroes, they do not fit into mainstream society and tend to have very little respect for its expectations and laws. Nonetheless they become very sympathetic figures and by the end of the movie we are rooting for them to somehow succeed and come out ahead. A very fun little movie with likeable characters and a twisting plot that doesn’t settle down. Very highly recommended movie. The ending fits the characters and their personalties to a T.