BATTLE FOR INCHEON: OPERATION CHROMITE (Theatrical Release South Korea 2016)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.8|5.0 Starsììì

Battle For Incheon: Operation Chromite
is historically significant and worth watching for that benefit. Korean Actors Jung-jae Lee and Beom-su Lee play stronger, more believable roles than their American counterparts. This war film suffers from lack of intense realism throughout its scenes which detracts from the importance and significance of this important invasion.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


General Douglas MacArthur devises a plan to help South Korea as North Korea pushes its forces throughout South Korea.

Additional Thanks

Thank You to Director John H. Lee for directing efforts. Thank you to Producer Taewon Chung for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Douglas MacArthur (Liam Neeson), Jean (Josie Bissett), Jang/Hak-soo (Jung-jae Lee), Lieutenant Colonel Edward L. Rowny (Sean Dulake), Soldier-Typist (Mathew Darcy), Han Jae-Sun (Se-Yeon Jin), Lim/Gye-jin (Beom-su Lee), Seo Jin-Chul (Jun-ho Jeong), Alexander Haig (Justin Rupple), Foster (Damien Furtado), U.S. Army Soldier (Istvan Medvigy), Joseph Lawton Collins (Andrew William Brand), and F. Charkhorn (Troy Zitzelsberger).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Maybe. It’s good to increase knowledge on behind-the-scenes United States military aid to save South Korea from North Korean military forces. But, as entertainment value, better war movie choices are Black Hawk Down or Saving Private Ryan.

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