While Korea is occupied by the Japanese Army in 1933, the resistance plans to kill the Japanese Commander. But their plan is threatened by a traitor within their group and also the enemies' forces are hunting them down.
A widowed father and taxi driver who drives a German reporter from Seoul to Gwangju to cover the 1980 uprising, soon finds himself regretting his decision after being caught in the violence around him.
Hashima Island is currently an abandoned island. Mitsubishi closed the island's mine in 1974, and all inhabitants were evacuated. See more »
00:16:13 - 00:16:50 -> The band members are supposed to cross from Korea to Japan in the dirty, packed hold of a cargo ship. When they emerge from the boat in Shimonoseki, one can see it is a very modern ferry, complete with fully-enclosed, bright orange modern lifeboats, streamlined design, and all-welded hull and superstructure construction, as opposed to ships of the period, which were riveted. See more »
I know the movie is emotional and all but it's too long and have so many unnecessary long scenes. A lot of Korean movies suffer from this kind of long cheesy build. They make their movies too dramatic and unnecessarily long and this title is one of them.
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