Battle for Incheon: Operation Chromite ()

Incheon sangryuk jakjeon (original title)
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A team of spies is sent into Incheon to gain intelligence on North Korean positions ahead of the invasion by UN forces.


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Jang Hak-soo (as Lee Jung-jae)
Lim Gye-jin
Douglas MacArthur
Han Jae-sun
Nam Ki-sun
Seo Jin-chul
Choi Suk-joong
Kim Hwa-young
Na Jung-nim
Park Nam-chul
Kyung Soon Jung ...
Jeong Seol-sil
Yoshihiro Akiyama ...
Baek San (as Sunghoon Choo)
Geum-Seong Kil ...
Cheon Dal-joong
Go Yoon ...
Oh Dae-soo
Song Sang-deuk
Jo In-guk
Jang Joon-hak ...
Yang Pan-dong
Hee-jin Kim ...
Ryoo Jang-choon
Soo-Hang Shin ...
Kang Bong-po
Hoyt Vandenberg
Alexander Haig
Edward L. Rowny
Min-ji Jeong ...
Ok Gil-lieon
Jae-Yeol Kim ...
Choong-goo Lee ...
Kim Hwa-kyung
Na-Kyung Lee ...
Madam (as Na Ya)
Jeong-won Park ...
Lee Kyung-sik
Ki-bum Kim ...
Kwak Tae-duk
Fan Yang ...
Ham Gwang-seok (as Yang Beom)
Hae-Joon Lee ...
Ji Jin-pyo
Seok-jin Yoon ...
Do Hong-gyoo
Joong-hee Kim ...
Joo Hyeon-pil
Da-Yeong Yun ...
Gye Eun-sook
Se-Jeong Kim ...
Eom Ki-soon
Won-hee Jo ...
Seoul Regional Commander
Kyeong-cheol Song ...
1st Legion Commander
Jung-ki Kim ...
2nd Legion Commander
Chang-se Lee ...
3rd Legion Commander
Jong-Wook Oh ...
KLO soldier 1
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joseph Lawton Collins
Soldier-Typist (as Matthew D'Arcy)
Matthew Dauma ...
Eugene F. Clark
Additional Voices (voice)
Ri Kyung Shik's subordinate
Schandall Peder Ericson ...
Landing Ship Officer2
Garan Fitzgerald ...
Soldier - Photographer (as Garan Fitzegrald)
Damien Furtado ...
Karsen Henely ...
Little Arthur
Landing Ship Officer1
István Medvigy ...
U.S. Army Soldier
Howard Neilson-Sewell ...
Colonel, planning Office
Ron Roman ...
Forest Sherman
Darin Shaw ...
Soldier 1 (voice)
Kim Soo-Oh
Troy Zitzelsberger ...
F. Charkhorn (as Troy Mark Zitzelsberger)

Directed by

John H. Lee

Written by

Man-Hee Lee ... (screenplay)
John H. Lee ... ()
Sean Dulake ... (english dialogue)

Produced by

Tae-won Jeong ... producer (as Taewon Chung)
Kyu C. Lee ... co-producer
Bang Ok Kyung ... executive producer (as Ok-kyung Bang)

Film Editing by

Steve M. Choe

Visual Effects by

Maurizio Di Vitto ... digital compositor
Hugh Johnson ... visual effects artist
Erin Eunsung Kim ... visual effects producer
Muzaffer Korkut ... visual effects artist
Byeong-Yong Moon ... visual effects coordinator
Felipe Olid Guerrero ... digital compositor
Jennifer Thompson ... visual effects coordinator

Additional Crew

Anna Graham ... personal assistant: Mr. Neeson
Aaron Kim ... production assistant
Nicole Mavis ... script assistant: Liam Neeson

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Plot Summary

American General Douglas MacArthur (Liam Neeson) sends eight members of the Korean Liaison Office, led by a South Korean Navy Lieutenant (Lee Jung-Jae) on a secret mission far behind North Korean lines to carry out Operation "X-ray". This covert operation must succeed so that MacArthur can launch the daring Incheon Landing Operation.This is a fictionalized version of the historical CIA/military intelligence operation "Trudy Jackson", part of Operation Chromite. Written by Subrat Jain

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Also Known As
  • Operation Chromite (Philippines, English title)
  • Operation Chromite (World-wide, English title)
  • Battle for Incheon: Operation Chromite (United States)
  • Incheon Sangryuk Jakjeon (India, English title)
  • Operation Chromite (United Kingdom)
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  • 111 min
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Budget $12,620,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

Trivia Production studio wanted it so that Liam Neeson's filming scenes were filmed in America, but due to the movie background, he had requested it had to be filmed in South Korea. See more »
Goofs Capt. Jang and his men commandeer a North Korean Self-Propelled Gun (SPG) and use it to assault North Korean beach defenses at Wolmi-Do. However, its appearance does not resemble the actual North Korean SPG in service at the time, the SU-76. The real SU-76 had a thinner, longer gun on a rear-mounted casemate, while the one in the film has a front-mounted casemate housing a shorter, larger main gun. See more »

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