Northern Limit Line (2015)

 ●  Korean ● Running Time: TBA

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A story based on the real-life events of the Second Battle of Yeonpyeong which happened in 2002.
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Cast: Jin Goo, Kim Mu-Yeol, Lee Hyun Woo

Crew: Kim Hak-Soon (Director), Kim Hyung-Koo (Director of Photography), Young-Jin Mok (Music Director)

Genres: Drama, Thriller, War

Release Dates: 23 Oct 2015 (India)

Tagline: The forgotten battle

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as Staff Sergeant Han Sang-kook
as Captain Yoon Young-ha
as Medic Park Dong-hyeok
Special Appearance
as Visiting girl
as Park Dong-Hyuk's Mother
as Yoon Doo-Ho
as Young Yoon Doo-Ho
as Kim Ji-Sun
as Sergeant Lee
as Hwang Do-hyun
as Lee Dae-joon
as Kim Il-byung
as Boatswain
as Corporal Kim Seung-Hyun
as Captain Choi
as Major Lee Hee-wan

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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Korean
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital
Camera:
Red Epic
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Taglines:
The forgotten battle
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Trivia:
This movie is about the second battle of Yeonpyeong, which took place in the yellow sea in 2002.

Director Kim Hak-Soon acquired the rights of the same-named novel by Choi Soon-jo in 2006 and planned to film the movie in 2007. But the families of the soldiers who had died in the battle had been against the movie, so Kim stopped the Project back then. But after the sinking of the war-ship Cheonan in 2010, the families made contact with Kim Hak-Soon and asked him to do the movie.

The theatrical release had been originally planned in May 2014. But when the Ferry MV Sewol sank in March 2014, where 302 people were killed, the release date had been pushed back to June 2015.