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Heaven's Soldiers
Heaven's Soldiers
(Movie, 2005)
천군

Madasi (마다시)

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• Director • Scriptwriter

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Heaven's Soldiers"

    2015/03/07
    In the modern day (technically ten years ago, since that was when the movie was made) North and South Korea are at a diplomatic impasse regarding nuclear weapons, and an ill-advised mission results in a small group of armed combatants from both countries meeting on hostile terms. Then something weird happens, and the whole motley crew is forced to admit that in the new situation, they have something more in common with each other than anybody else they can find. And that something is mostly their ability to stubbornly insist on arbitrary rules,...More
  • Movie Makes Young Lee Sun-shin a Hero
    2005/07/13, Source
    by Seung-Jae Lee

    You may consider giving a second thought, if you have been following the two expectations of "Heaven's Soldiers", a movie scheduled to be released on July 14. The two expectations are: "This movie is funny" and ",...
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  • "Heaven's Soldiers": Movie and Life of Park Joong-hoon and Kim Seung-woo
    2005/06/24, Source
    by Dong-Yong Min

    The actor Park Joong-hoon has turned forty this year. Despite his youthful vigor, he's now over the hill. In the virtual history movie "Heaven's Soldiers" set to premiere on July 15, he will play Admiral Yi Sun-shin. More
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