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In 1592, Korea faces the threat of the powerful Japanese navy. As defending Adm. Yin Sun-sin’s forces fall into crisis, they resort to a secret weapon: the dragon-headed ships known as geobukseon. Using them, they hope to turn the tide of the war.
Release date: 27 July 2022 (South Korea)
Director: Kim Han-min
Budget: 3,120 crores KRW
Screenplay: Kim Han-min, Yoon Hong-gi, Lee Na-ra
Distributed by: Lotte Entertainment
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Genres: Action / Drama / History / War
Director: Kim Han-min
Writer: Han-min KimHong-gi Yun
Runtime: 2h 10m
Stars: Park Hae-il, Yo-Han Byun, Sung-Ki Ahn
Language: Hindi DD 5.1, English DD 5.1
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Hansan Rising Dragon Plot
In June 1592, one month after the sea battle at Sacheon, daimyo Wakisaka Yasuharu arrives at the Japanese naval base in Busan to take charge of the fleet and counter the threat posed by Joseon commander Yi Sun-sin. From some terrified survivors of the battle, he learns of a new, fully enclosed Joseon battleship which they have dubbed bokkaisen (after a sea monster from Japanese mythology) and mekurabune (“blind ship”).
However, that engagement has revealed some critical flaws about its design, such as the fixed dragon head at its bow being prone to getting stuck after making a ramming attack, and its weaker flank armor. Wakisaka agrees to join forces with the rest of the Japanese navy to ensure a decisive success in their campaign to conquer Joseon and, from there on, Ming China.
At the Left Jeolla Navy base at Yeosu, Yi assembles the Joseon admirals for a conference about their upcoming naval operations. Won Gyun, commander of the Western Fleet, argues for a defensive stand rather than a preemptive strike, and after the Japanese sacking of Pyongyang and the king’s flight to Uiju becomes public knowledge, other commanders begin to agree with him.
After dreaming about his time as a cavalry general against the Jurchen, Yi devises a new strategy which he names “Crane Wing”, a crescent-shaped formation designed to trap the enemy from three sides. He also gains the respect of Junsa, a samurai captured at Sacheon after he had wounded Yi with an arquebuse shot. However, after identifying and following one of his agents, a troop of Japanese spies discover Yi’s base, free their imprisoned countrymen, damage the turtle ships with fire, and escape with their construction plans.
Yi hurries to Suncheon to meet with the vessel’s inventor, Na Dae-yong, who is working on an improved version, and declares that he will not use the turtle ships in the next battle, knowing that Wakisaka will discover and exploit their flaws.
After learning of Yi’s intended strategy from the construction plans and Junsa’s testimony, and upon receiving reinforcements by Katō Yoshiaki (Wakisaka’s fiercest rival) and Kuki Yoshitaka with sturdier, armored ships and cannons, Wakisaka decides to go on a two-pronged offensive by land and sea against the Left Jeolla Navy headquarters.
Two of Yi’s spies, Lim Jun-young and Jeong Bo-reum, are discovered, whereupon Wakisaka expels Kato and Kuki from the alliance and seizes their ships and weapons before setting out to set an ambush for Yi at the strait of Gyeonnaeryang. While Lim escapes on his own, Junsa, who has finally switched his allegiances, helps Jeong deliver the news of Wakisaka’s plans to Yi. He then tries to alert Jeonju, the fortress covering the land passage to the naval base, but is captured by members of Joseon’s Righteous Army. Even though his warning is met with scepticism, Hwang Bak, the militia’s commander, decides to secure the pass and invites Junsa to fight by his side.