This paper tries to analyze how hate speech that causes discomfort and alienation in the “Midnight Runners” film, and the point and meaning of hate expression in the ‘Korean-Chinese’ and ‘Daerim-dong’ spaces that the film reproduces. The movie is starring police college students Ki-joon and Hee-yeol, and the film follows their gaze and it recreates hate speech ‘Korean-Chinese’. Reproduces the ‘Korean-Chinese’ aversion through Yoon-jung’s abduction and ova over-injections, organ trafficking, group assault and chase, gynecological ova extraction and mass fighting. It also recreates Daerim-dong as a place where criminals who should be deported live, not as a space in Seoul. It strengthens heterogeneity and causes fear. Surrounded by the Chinatown in Daelim-dong, ‘Daerim Station Exit 12’ is reproduced as a crime-maximizing space. With Dorim-ro in front of Exit 12 of Daelim Station in between, it is divided into ‘Korean-Chinese’ streets, which are spaces of day and night, creating boundaries and producing a sense of disgust. This paper examined how the point of ‘Korean-Chinese’ crime and the ‘Korean-Chinese’ space in Daerim-dong are distorted and compartmentalized at which point according to the development of the narrative.