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Gunhamdo ()


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During the Japanese colonial era, roughly 400 Korean people, who were forced onto Battleship Island ("Hashima Island") to mine for coal, attempt to a dramatic escape.

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Lee Gang-ok
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Choi Chil-sung (as Ji-sub So)
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Park Mu-young (as Joong-ki Song)
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Mallyon
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So-hee (as Soo-an Kim)
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Song Jong-Gu (voice)
Tom Bauer ...
Oh Jang-Woo (voice)
Ye-eun Kim ...
'Bright Moon' Gisaeng
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Additional Voices (voice)
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Ko Choong-Ho (voice)
Seung-hwan Shin ...
Ko Choong-Ho

Directed by

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Seung-wan Ryoo

Written by

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Seung-wan Ryoo ... ()

Produced by

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Hye-jeong Kang ... producer (as Hye-Jung Kang)

Music by

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Leo Bang

Makeup Department

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Hee-Sun Yoon ... makeup artist

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Ka Ryoon Kim ... special effects makeup

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Dae-Jeong Choe ... animator
Jihyun Kim ... senior concept artist
Jaehyuk Ko ... lighting & texturing supervisor

Music Department

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The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra ... orchestra
James Fitzpatrick ... orchestral contractor
Jan Holzner ... orchestra recording engineer
Bang Jun-suk ... musical director

Thanks

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Hye-Kyo Song ... special thanks (as Hye-kyo Song)
Ah-in Yoo ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Taglines 1945 Hashima - We called it hell on earth. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Goonhamdo (South Korea)
  • The Battleship Island (World-wide, English title)
  • Battleship Island (France)
  • Dao Dia Nguc (Vietnam)
  • Hashima (Poland)
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Runtime
  • 132 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Characters in the film at several points mention "the company" they work for, but which is never named. In reality, this company was the Mitsubishi Corporation, which owned Hashima Island until 2002. See more »
Goofs 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 »
Soundtracks The Ecstasy of Gold See more »
Crazy Credits The title card is shown first in Japanese and then in Korean. See more »
Quotes Lee Gang-ok: I'm not going to die. Why are you crying?
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