2009 Lost Memories | 2005
It is the year AD 2009 when Seoul has become the third major city of Japan. Japan is prospering as the second greatest economic nation after the U.S., but anti-government terrorist attacks are prevalent in the formerly independent country known as Korea. Members of the Hureisenjin, Korea's largest underground terrorist movement, infiltrate the opening celebration at the artifacts exhibition hall hosted by the Inoue Foundation, a mysterious and influential conglomerate. The two JBI agents assigned to investigate are special agents Sakamoto Masayuki and his close friend, Saigo Shojiro. Sakamoto has taken after his father and become a cop. He has forgotten his Korean heritage by pledging his allegiance to the Japanese Empire. As he investigates the case, he finds that the attacks are connected to the Inoue Foundation and asks for a detailed investigation into the case. He soon find that his investigation is stonewalled by the authorities. He is wrongfully arrested when he is set up by JBI executives in order to stop his investigation. Sakamoto barely escapes with the help of his friend, Saigo. But the combination of events forces the end of their close relationship. A series of events eventually takes Sakamoto to the fateful meeting with Oh Hae-Rin, the Korean woman he may have seen in his dreams. Utterly confused the series of events he encounters, Sakamoto is confronted with the incredible historical truth he was never aware of before.