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A Shop for Killers

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A Shop for Killers
킬러들의 쇼핑몰
Killeodeul-ui syopingmol
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Promotional poster
Country South Korean flag.jpg South Korea
Language Korean
Channel Disney+
Hulu (USA)
Creator Lee Kwon
Lee Eon-hee
Kang Ji-young (original novel)
Broadcast 2024
No. of Episodes 8
Main Cast
Character Actor
Jeong Ji-an Kim Hye-jun
Jeong Jin-man Lee Dong-wook
Lee Seong-jo Seo Hyun-woo
Bale Jo Han-sun
Bae Jeong-min Park Ji-bin



A Shop for Killers (Korean title: 킬러들의 쇼핑몰, Killeodeul-ui syopingmol, lit. "The Killer's Shopping Mall") is a 2024 South Korean action-drama series based on the 2020 novel The Killer's Shopping Mall by Kang Ji-young. The series follows college student Jeong Ji-an (Kim Hye-jun), who, after the death of her uncle Jin-man (Lee Dong-wook), is targeted by hitmen after inheriting her uncle's gardening store, which turns out to be an arms dealership on the dark web. The series follows Ji-an as she evades the legions of assassins sent to kill her as she investigates her uncle's past and the reason she's being targeted.

The following weapons were used in the television series A Shop for Killers:


Pistols

Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS is used by some of characters throughout the series.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
A Babylon mercenary (Baek Min-jun) with a suppressed Beretta 92FS as he searches for Jeong Ji-an in "Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman" (E02).
The mercenary with a suppressed Beretta as he searches for Ji-an hiding in a morgue.
A mercenary attaches a suppressor to his Beretta in "Babylon" (E05).
The mercenary fires the suppressed Beretta at Bae Jeong-min's friend.
The mercenary aims the suppressed Beretta at Bae Jeong-min.
The mercenary aims the Beretta at Jeong Jin-man in a standoff in "Jeong Jinman" (E06).
Another mercenary aiming the Beretta at Jeong Jin-man (Lee Dong-wook) in a standoff.
Honda (Park Jeong-Woo) aims the pistol at So Min-hye in "Trap" (E07).
Honda aims a suppressed Beretta at Jeong Jin-man.
A wounded Honda holding the suppressed Beretta during an attempt to kidnap of Jeong Ji-an by Babylon mercenaries.
Honda fires the Beretta at the mercenaries.

Beretta 92FS Inox

The Beretta 92FS Inox is used by multiple characters throughout the series.

Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Beretta 92FS Inox held by Jeong Jin-man in "Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman" (E02).
Brother (Lee Tae-young) aims the Beretta at Jeong Ji-an and Bae Jeong-min in "The Shopping Mall" (E04).
A first person view from Brother aiming the Beretta.
Jeong Ji-an (Kim Hye-jun) points the Beretta at Brother.
The Beretta 92FS Inox on a desk.
Bae Jeong-min (Park Ji-Bin) aiming the pistol as he searches for Brother.
Ji-an points the Beretta at Brother.
Ji-an aims the Beretta at Brother and Bae Jeong-min.
Bae Jeong-min points the Beretta at Ji-an in "Babylon" (E05).
Jeong-min fires the Beretta at Ji-an.
The Beretta held by Jeong Jin-man in "Trap" (E07).
Jeong Jin-man (Lee Dong-wook) with the Beretta after he kills some of Babylon mercenaries.
Jin-man aims the pistol at a mercenary.
Jin-man puts the Beretta with a suppressor at Lee Yong-han's desk.
A wounded Jeong-min aiming the Beretta in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).

CAA Micro RONI

A Babylon mercenary is seen with a CAA Micro RONI in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).

Glock pistol mounted in CAA Micro RONI
A Babylon mercenary with a CAA Micro RONI.

Colt M1911A1

Lee Seong-jo (Seo Hyun-woo) uses the Colt M1911A1 throughout the series.

Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Lee Seong-jo (Seo Hyun-woo) aims the M1911 at Bale in "Jeong Jinman" (E06).
Seong-jo fires the pistol at Brother in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).
Seong-jo holding the M1911.
Seong-jo fires the M1911 at Ji-an.

Desert Eagle Mark VII

The Desert Eagle Mark VII is used by Jeong Jin-man (Lee Dong-wook) and Jeong Ji-an (Kim Hye-jun) throughout the series.

IMI Desert Eagle Mark VII - .357 Magnum
Jeong Jin-man (Lee Dong-wook) aiming the Desert Eagle after firing it in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).
"Do you want to try it?"
Jin-man offers Ji-an a chance to try the gun out.
"This is the magazine. This is the barrel. This is the slide. Inside is the bolt."
After disassembling the gun, Jin-man introduces its parts to Ji-an.
Ji-an attaches the pistol's outer barrel as she re-assembles the gun.
Ji-an (Kim Hye-jun) loads a magazine into the gun.
Ji-an pulls the pistol's slide back. The loaded bullet is very clearly a blank round.
"Align your sights. Take a deep breath."
Ji-an aims the gun as Jin-man guides her.
Ditto. The shot focuses on the pistol's barrel.
Ji-an (Kim Hye-jun) aims the Desert Eagle at Lee Seong-jo in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).
A closeup of the Desert Eagle being fired by Ji-an at Seong-jo.
Ji-an aims the Desert Eagle at Seong-jo.
Ji-an aims the Desert Eagle at the funeral bus driver.

Heckler & Koch USP Match

Bale (Jo Han-sun) uses the Heckler & Koch USP Match during flashback missions in "Jeong Jinman" (E06).

Heckler & Koch USP Match - 9x19mm
A closeup of USP Match held by Bale.
Bale (Jo Han-sun) holding the USP Match.

Glock 17

The Glock 17 is used by multiple characters throughout the series.

3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
A closeup of the Glock 17 held by So Min-hye in "Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman" (E02).
So Min-hye (Geum Hannah) aims her Glock 17 at Jeong Ji-an in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).
Min-hye holding the Glock.
Min-hye fires the Glock at a drone.
The Glock on the floor after being dropped by Min-hye.
Jeong Ji-an (Kim Hye-jun) aims the Glock at Min-hye.
Side view of Ji-an aiming the Glock.
Min-hye fires the pistol at Lee Seong-jo's hired gunmen.
Brother (Lee Tae-young) holding the Glock in "Babylon" (E05).
Jun-cheol (Jeong I-hun) holding the Glock in "Jeong Jinman" (E06).
Jeong Jin-man (Lee Dong-wook) holding the pistol in "Trap" (E07).
Jun-cheol holding the Glock during an attempt to ambush Jin-man.
Min-hye fires the Glock at Babylon mercenaries.
Pasin (Kim Min) holding the pistol.
Bale (Jo Han-sun) fires the Glock 17 in a shooting range.
The Glock 17 is empty.
The funeral bus driver (Park Kwang-jae) holding the Glock in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).

Luger P 08

An airsoft Luger P 08 is seen in Bae Jeong-min's apartment in "Babylon" (E05).

P 08 - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Luger P 08 on Jeong-min's desk.
Lee Yong-han (Ahn Kil-kang) picks up the Luger.
Yong-han check the magazine and is revealed to be an airsoft.

SIG-Sauer P229

Jeong Jin-man (Lee Dong-wook) uses the SIG-Sauer P229 during a mission in Laos in "Jeong Jinman" (E06).

SIG-Sauer P229R - 9x19mm
Jeong Jin-man (Lee Dong-wook) aims the SIG-Sauer P229 at Bale in a standoff after Bale kills a group of civilians.
A closeup of the SIG-Sauer P229 being aimed at Bale (Jo Han-sun).
Jin-man searches a room with his P229.
Jin-man aims his P229 at So Min-hye.

Tokarev TT-30

The Tokarev TT-30 is used by some of characters throughout the series.

Tokarev TT-30 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
One of Lee Seong-jo's hired gunmen aiming the Tokarev in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).
A closeup of the pistol's barrel in "The Shopping Mall" (E04).
So Min-hye (Geum Hannah) fires the Tokarev and Glock 17 at the gunmen.
Bale picks up the Tokarev in "Jeong Jinman" (E06).
The Tokarev held by Honda in "Trap" (E07).
The unassembled Tokarev and a Glock 17.
Jeong Ji-an pick up the Tokarev in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).
Ji-an (Kim Hye-jun) aims the Tokarev at Lee Seong-jo.
Side view of Ji-an aiming the Tokarev.
Ji-an checks the magazine of the Tokarev.

Revolvers

Colt King Cobra

What appears to be a Colt King Cobra used by a drug dealer and is later used by So Min-hye (Geum Hannah) and Jeong Jin-man (Lee Dong-wook) during a mission in Laos in "Jeong Jinman" (E06).

Colt King Cobra - .357 Magnum
The revolver dropped by the drug dealer.
So Min-hye (Geum Hannah) aiming the revolver after shooting Bale.
Jeong Jin-man points the revolver at Bale (Jo Han-sun).
A closeup of the revolver.

Submachine Guns

Cobray M11/9

One of Lee Seong-jo's hired gunmen and a gangster are seen using the Cobray M11/9 throughout the series.

SWD/Cobray M11/9 SMG with folding stock - 9x19mm
One of Lee Seong-jo's hired gunmen aiming the Cobray in "Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman" (E02).
The gunman fires the Cobray at Min-hye in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).
The gunman with the Cobray in "The Shopping Mall" (E04).
A gangster racks the Cobray in "Trap" (E07).
The Cobray next to the deceased gunman in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

The Heckler & Koch MP5A2 is used by So Min-hye (Geum Hannah) and Babylon mercenaries throughout the series.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight and Navy trigger group - 9x19mm
So Min-hye (Geum Hannah) checks the MP5 in "Babylon" (E05).
Min-hye aims the MP5 at incoming Babylon mercenaries.
The MP5 being fired by Min-hye at a mercenary.
Min-hye aims the MP5 at Kuma.
A Babylon mercenary fires the MP5 at Jeong Jin-man in "Trap" (E07).
Min-hye fires the MP5 at the mercenaries.
Min-hye (Geum Hannah) with the MP5.
A Babylon mercenary with the MP5 in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).

Assault Rifles

AK-105

An AK-105 is seen in an armory and is used by one of Lee Seong-jo's hired gunmen throughout the series.

AK-105 - 5.45x39mm
The AK-105 in an armory along with HK416s in "Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman" (E02).
One of Lee Seong-jo's hired gunman on the right aiming the AK-105.
The gunman with the AK in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).
The gunman on the right holding the AK-105.

AKM

The AKM is used by some of characters throughout the series.

AKM - 7.62x39mm
One of Lee Seong-jo's hired gunmen with the AKM in "The Shopping Mall" (E04).
An airsoft AKM on Bae Jeong-min's closet in "Babylon" (E05).
Bae Jeong-min (Park Ji-Bin) pick up the AKM in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).
Jeong-min fires the AKM.
Jeong-min racks the AKM realizing it is empty.

AKS-74U

An AKS-74U is used by a Babylon mercenary in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
A Babylon mercenary aiming the AKS-74U.

Arsenal SLR-107R

Mr. Kim (Kim Jun-Bae) uses a what appears to be a customized Arsenal SLR-107R throughout the series.

Arsenal SLR-107F for reference - 7.62x39mm
Mr. Kim (Kim Jun-Bae) with a custom Arsenal rifle in "Murthehelp" (E01).
Mr. Kim with the rifle in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).
Mr. Kim fires the rifle at So Min-hye in "The Shopping Mall" (E04).
An insurgent aiming the rifle during a flashback in "Jeong Jinman" (E06).
The rifle in a bed used by a drug dealer during a flashback mission in Laos.

Colt M16A1

The Colt M16A1 is used by insurgents during a flashback mission in "Jeong Jinman" (E06).

Colt M16A1 with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
Insurgents with their M16s as they being gunned down by Bale.
A dead insurgent with the M16.

Colt M4A1

Babylon mercenaries, including Jeong Jin-man (Lee Dong-wook) and Pasin (Kim Min) during a flashback, are using the Colt M4A1 throughout the series.

Colt M4A1 with 6 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm
Colt M4A1 with Aimpoint CompM2 reflex optic, Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
A belt-fed M4A1 with FN 40GL/Mk 13 Mod 0 grenade launcher attached to a drone in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03). The rifle is missing its buffer tube, which would render it unable to fire in real life. The belt-fed action is also improbable, as the stock AR-15 upper receiver has no available belt-feeding slot in reality.
A Babylon mercenary with the M4A1 in "Babylon" (E05).
Kuma (Hwang Dong-hyun) aiming a customized M4A1.
Kuma fires the M4A1 at the house.
Kuma with the M4A1.
Kuma and the mercenaries fire their rifles at Min-hye.
Kuma aiming the M4A1.
Jeong Jin-man (Lee Dong-wook) fires the M4A1 at the insurgents during a flashback in "Jeong Jinman" (E06).
Jin-man holding the M4A1.
Kim Seong-hwan (Park Sang-won) with the M4A1.
Jin-man searches a room with the M4A1.
Jin-man (Lee Dong-wook) and Pasin (Kim Min) with their M4s during a flashback mission in Laos.
A mercenary with the M4A1.
Babylon mercenaries with their M4s during their ambush on Jin-man in "Trap" (E07).
The mercenaries with their M4s.
Pasin (Kim Min) holding the M4A1 in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).
A mercenary with the M4A1.
Another mercenary with the M4A1.

Daewoo K1A

A customized Daewoo K1A is used by Lee Seong-jo's hired gunman in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).

Daewoo K1A with railed handguard and Magpul CTR stock - 5.56x45mm
Lee Seong-jo's hired gunman on the left holding the customized K1A.
The gunman aiming the K1A.

Daewoo K2C1

One of Lee Seong-jo's hired gunmen is using the Daewoo K2C1 throughout the series.

Daewoo K2C1 - 5.56x45mm NATO
One of Lee Seong-jo's hired gunmen holding the K2C1 in "Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman" (E02).
A closeup of the Daewoo K2C1.
The gunman with the K2C1 in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).
The gunman holding the rifle.
The gunman aiming the K2C1 in "The Shopping Mall" (E04).

FN SCAR-L CQC

A Babylon mercenary is seen with a FN SCAR-L CQC with a suppressor in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).

FN SCAR-L CQC Black - 5.56x45mm NATO
A Babylon mercenary with the SCAR in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).
The mercenary holding the rifle.

Heckler & Koch HK416

The Heckler & Koch HK416 is used by Babylon mercenaries throughout the series.

Heckler & Koch HK416 with 10.4 inch barrel - 5.56x45mm NATO
Babylon mercenaries with their HK416s in "The Shopping Mall" (E04).
The mercenaries with their HK416s in "Babylon" (E05).
A mercenary with the rifle.
Another mercenary with the HK416.
A mercenary aiming the rifle.
Bale (Jo Han-sun) with the HK416 after he kills a group of insurgents in "Jeong Jinman" (E06).
A mercenary (Baek Min-jun) with the HK416.
Pasin (Kim Min) picks up an HK416 in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).
The mercenaries with their HK416s as they prepare to raid Ji-an's house.
The mercenaries with their rifles.

Sniper Rifles

Remington 700 AICS

The Remington 700 AICS is used by Lee Seong-jo (Seo Hyun-woo) throughout the series.

Remington 700 in AICS 1.0 stock with Harris bipod and 5 round magazine - 7.62x51mm NATO
Lee Seong-jo (Seo Hyun-woo) aims the Remington 700 AICS in "Murthehelp" (E01).
Seong-jo aims the sniper rifle at Ji-an's house.
Seong-jo ejects an empty round.
Lee Seong-jo (Seo Hyun-woo) aiming the rifle in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).
Seong-jo holding the rifle as he takes cover from a sniper fire by Jeong Ji-an.
A closeup of Seong-jo's sniper rifle in "Jeong Jinman" (E06).
Seong-jo with the Remington 700 AICS during a flashback mission in Laos.
Seong-jo aiming the sniper rifle at a shooting range.

Remington M24 SWS

The Remington M24 SWS is used by Jeong Ji-an (Kim Hye-jun) and So Min-hye (Geum Hannah) in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).

M24 sniper rifle with Harris bipod - 7.62x51mm NATO
The M24 is seen hidden under a sofa.
Jeong Ji-an picks up the M24.
Jeong Ji-an (Kim Hye-jun) aims the M24 at Lee Seong-jo.
Ji-an aiming the sniper rifle. The scope's lens cover hasn't been flipped up, which would make aiming from the scope impossible.
Ji-an fires the M24 at Lee Seong-jo.
So Min-hye (Geum Hannah) holding the M24 as they cover from a sniper fire by Lee Seong-jo
Min-hye aims the M24 at Lee Seong-jo.
A closeup of the M24's trigger.

Shotguns

Remington Model 870

The Remington Model 870 with different variants is used by several characters throughout the series.

Remington Model 870 with sawed off barrel and stock - 12 gauge
One of Lee Seong-jo's hired gunmen with the shotgun in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).
The gunman fires the shotgun at Min-hye in "The Shopping Mall" (E04).
Remington Model 870 Express with pistol grip - 12 gauge
So Min-hye (Geum Hannah) holding the shotgun in "Babylon" (E05).
A Babylon mercenary holding the shotgun in "Trap" (E07).
Remington Model 870 Wingmaster with 20" Home Defense barrel - 12 gauge
One of Lee Seong-jo's hired gunmen fires the shotgun at the roof in "The Shopping Mall" (E04).
Remington Model 870 Express Field Gun with raised barrel ribbing and 28" barrel - 12 gauge
A female Babylon mercenary fires the shotgun at Jeong Jin-man in "Trap" (E07).
The mercenary takes cover with her shotgun.
The mercenary aiming her shotgun.
Remington Model 870 with Aimtec Warhammer rail system, FAB Defense stock and pump, MAGPUL Back-Up Sights, and 1st generation Bushnell Holosight - 12 gauge
Pasin (Kim Min) fires the shotgun at a robot in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).
The shotgun after being dropped by Pasin.

Machine Guns

M60

The M60 Machine Gun is used by Jeong Jin-man (Lee Dong-wook) during an ambush by Babylon mercenaries in "Trap" (E07).

M60 - 7.62x51mm NATO
Jeong Jin-man (Lee Dong-wook) fires the M60 at Babylon mercenaries.
A closeup of the M60 being fired.
Jin-man continues to fire the M60 at the mercenaries.
Jin-man holding the M60 after eliminating most of the mercenaries.
An M60 on the left in Honda's armory.

Launchers

FN Mk 13 Mod 0

FN Mk 13 Mod 0 underbarrel grenade launchers attached to M4A1-equipped drones appear throughout the series. The drones are depicted firing multiple adhesive explosive devices/sticky bombs without having to reload, which would be improbable in real life.

FN MK 13 grenade launcher - 40mm
The FN MK 13 attached to a belt fed M4A1 in "Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman" (E02).
A belt fed M4A1 being fired with an FN MK 13 grenade launcher attached in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).

Grenades

M18 Smoke Grenade

The M18 Smoke Grenade is used by So Min-hye (Geum Hannah) in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).

M18 smoke grenade - Green
So Min-hye (Geum Hannah) holding the M18 smoke grenade.
The M18 after being thrown.

M26 Hand Grenade

The M26 Hand Grenade is used by Jeong Ji-an (Kim Hye-jun) and Bale (Jo Han-sun) throughout the series.

M26 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
The M26 grenade on the right held by Jeong Ji-an in "Babylon" (E05).
Jeong Ji-an (Kim Hye-jun) in a gas mask throws the M26 and Mk 2 grenades at the Babylon mercenaries.
Bale uses the M26 grenade to kill a group of civilians during a flashback mission in "Jeong Jinman" (E06).

Mk 2 Hand Grenade

The M26 Hand Grenade is used by Jeong Ji-an (Kim Hye-jun) in "Babylon" (E05).

Mk 2 "Pineapple" World War II-made High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
The Mk 2 grenade on the left held by Jeong Ji-an.

Explosives

M18A1 Claymore

The M18A1 Claymore is seen attached to a vest worn by Brother (Lee Tae-young) in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).

M18A1 Claymore anti-personnel mine
Brother (Lee Tae-young) with the M18A1 Claymore attached to his vest.

Other

Armory

Multiple firearms are seen in Jeong Jin-man and Honda's armory throughout the series.

Multiple M4A1's and HK416's in an armory in "Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman, Jeong Jinman" (E02).
A Colt Junior, a Colt Python and a Derringer is seen in an armory with a suppressed Beretta 92FS on the top.
An HK416, an AK-105, a G36C, an AKS-74U and an off-screen FN SCAR-L in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).
A CZ P-09, a Canik TP9 and a what appears to be a Glock 45 is seen in an armory with an AK-105 below in "Babylon" (E05).
An HK416, an Heckler & Koch UMP, two Remington Model 870 shotguns, an MP5A5, an AK-105, an AKM and an AKS-74U is seen in "Trap" (E07).
What appears to be two Mk 12 Special Purpose Rifle's, an SVD Dragunov, a DSR-1, an AR variant and a Barrett M82 variant in "Listen Up, Jian" (E08).

EMP gun

So Min-hye (Geum Hannah) uses a fictional EMP gun to disable the drones in "The Strong Don't Howl" (E03).

The EMP gun in its case.
So Min-hye (Geum Hannah) aiming the EMP gun.

Online Gun Shop

Multiple firearms are seen on an online gun shop in "Murthehelp" (E01).

An online gun shop with the images of an M1911, a Tokarev TT-33, a Glock 17, a Colt Python, a Desert Eagle, and MAC-10.
The second row of images showing a Colt Single Action Army, a Dan Wesson airsoft revolver and an M24 Sniper Weapon System.

Opening title

Multiple firearms appear in the series' opening.

Multiple firearms appear in the series opening. On the left side of the screen, multiple Heckler & Koch MP5s, an unknown FN SCAR variant, a Beretta 92FS Inox, an M60, an unknown revolver's barrel, a Colt M4A1, an unknown shotgun, and an Accuracy International Arctic Warfare are visible. On the right, more MP5s, an MP5K, a Benelli M4, an unknown shotgun, an unknown AK, an M4A1, and a Colt Python are visible.
The firearms cross each other, provising a closer view of the firearms.

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