A Korean reunification plan is upset by a Japanese invasion plot, revealing a century-old secret between the countries.

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Woo-Suk Kang

Writers:

Hie-jae Kim, Hyo-Chul Lee (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Sung-Ki Ahn ... President (as Sung-kee Ahn)
Il-seob Baek Il-seob Baek ... North Korean National Defense Committee Member
In-Pyo Cha ... Lee Sang-hyun
Tae-Hyun Cha
Jae-Hyun Cho ... Choi Min-jae (as Jae-hyeon Jo)
Soo-youn Kang ... Empress Myeongseong (as Soo-yeon Kang)
Eung-soo Kim ... Ambassador Oyama
Sang-Jung Kim ... King Gojong (as Sang Jung Kim)
Yeong-Seon Kim Yeong-Seon Kim ... Court lady
Tae-won Kwon Tae-won Kwon ... Secretary of Defense
Han-wi Lee Han-wi Lee ... Excavation Team Leader
Kan-hie Lee Kan-hie Lee ... First Lady
Min-Young Min-Young ... Palace Maid
Seong-kun Mun ... Kwong Yong-hwan
Ken Musashi Ken Musashi ... Captain Aegis
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A Korean reunification plan is upset by a Japanese invasion plot, revealing a century-old secret between the countries.

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Another Korean ode to nationalism.
12 October 2006 | by tero-huttunen-1See all my reviews

Many of the Korean movies I've seen lately seem to take this same nationalistic stand where Japan is pictured as extremely evil, always pressuring, conquering and violating Korea. I don't know what the exact situation in South Korea is at the moment, but judging from these movies, nationalism seems to be pretty much in demand.

As for the movie, mediocre would be my word of choice. Not bad, but nothing really worth watching for. The events have rather dragging pace, most of the actors are plausible, music suits the movie well and action looks good. The plot is weakest point of the movie, being unconvincing at best, it focuses on Korea digging up their Emperial history and rising to resist Japan after all the cruelty they have suffered from their behalf. Certainly not best that Korean movie industry has to offer.


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South Korea

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Japanese | Korean

Release Date:

13 July 2006 (South Korea) See more »

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韓半島 See more »

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