Lee Woo-jin is the main antagonist of the 2003 South Korean film Oldboy. He is a wealthy businessman who seeks out extreme revenge against his former classmate Oh Dae-su for playing an indirect part in his sister's death.
On the day before Dae-su was to transfer to a different high school in Seoul, he saw Woo-jin have sex with his own sister, Soo-ah. They both saw him watching and Soo-ah recognized him. Dae-su, who didn't realize that they were brother and sister, told his friend, Joo-hwan, about it, starting a rumor that Soo-ah was promiscuous. The rumor spread and evolved with each telling, and their classmates eventually said that she was pregnant. Deeply traumatized, Soo-ah began to believe the stories, and, according to Woo-jin, developed a hysterical pregnancy because of it. Believing that everyone would find out about her sexual relationship with Woo-jin, she resolved to kill herself. On July 5, her and Woo-jin visited a local dam, and she tried to jump off. Woo-jin caught hold of her hand as she was hanging from the edge, but she convinced him to let her fall to her death. When the autopsy determined that she was not pregnant, Woo-jin was consumed with guilt and began planning revenge against Dae-su.
Satisfied with having utterly broken Dae-su's spirit, Woo-jin agreed not to tell Mi-do. He goes to the elevator, leaving Dae-su in the penthouse with these parting words: "My sister and I loved each other, despite everything. Can you two do the same?" As Woo-jin rides the elevator, he questions the purpose for his life now that his revenge against Dae-su is complete. He returns to the memory his sister's death and the futility of his attempt to save her, shooting himself in the head as the elevator lands.
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