Tae-Il (Hwang Jung-Min) lives a fast life as low level thug. He then learns that he has a terminal illness and not much time left to live. For the first time in his life falls in love. The woman's name is Ho-Jung (Han Hye-Jin).
Description: In 1949, Ip Man, who has been suffering from chronic gastric problems, travels alone to Hong Kong to seek new means of livelihood. He starts by teaching Wing Chun on the rooftop of a building which houses a hotel staff's general association. He meets and accepts many new students, including Tang Shing, Leung Sheung, Lee King and Chan Sei-mui. During that period of time, Ip Man's wife, Cheung Wing-sing, also comes to Hong Kong to join her husband, but returns to Foshan shortly after because life in Hong Kong is hard. The couple never saw each other again.
Ip Man: The Final Fight portrays a realistic account of Ip Man's later life in Hong Kong: he struggles against the vicissitudes of life; he  ... insists on pursuing a romance with the singer Jenny after his wife's death, against the wishes of his students; his father-son and master-apprentice relationships with his elder son, Ip Chun; his thoughts on Bruce Lee, who would become his most celebrated student.