Official US Trailer for 'The Front Line' - South Korea's Oscar Entry

January 10, 2012
Source: Apple

The Front Line Official Trailer

"This is a story about three million soldiers who fought in the war, not remembering the reason anymore, and died wishing for the end of it." Well Go USA Entertainment has debuted the official US trailer via Apple for Hun Jang's South Korean war action film The Front Line, about the Korean War and the many soldiers who fought in it. This looks quite spectacular and riveting, I'm impressed. A fairly easy comparison to make, but it seems like another South Korean Saving Private Ryan, this time telling the story of their own tragic and deadly civil war. The production in this looks quite stunning, I definitely want to catch it. Watch below!

Watch the official US trailer for Hun Jang's The Front Line in HD, via Apple:

You can also download The Front Line official trailer in High Def from Apple

Toward the end of the Korean War, an uneasy ceasefire is ordered, but out on the Eastern front line of the Aerok Hills, fierce fighting continues. A race to capture this strategic point to determine a new border between the two Koreas is the ultimate prize. Starring Shin Ha-kyun, Ko Soo, Lee Je-hoon, Ryu Seung-soo.

The Front Line, or Go-ji-jeon originally, is directed by South Korean filmmaker Hun Jang (of Rough Cut and Secret Reunion previously) from a screenplay written by Sang-yeon Park. This was already released in South Korea last summer, but Well Go USA is releasing The Front Line in US theaters starting January 13th, to go with their Best Foreign Language Oscar bid. For more info, visit the site:

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Wasn't Tae Guk Gi supposed to be "Korea's Saving Private Ryan?"

Schadecine on Jan 10, 2012


i thought it was - pretty good movie; although, i felt it went too long. as for this film - it looks very well done.

Anonymous on Jan 10, 2012


saw this movie a while ago, awesome movie.

truong18 on Jan 10, 2012


Go Korea! This looks really intense.

DAVIDPD on Jan 10, 2012



Xerxexx on Jan 10, 2012


i know this probably isn't a big deal, but if its gonna be released in US theaters come january 13th (or the 20th as the trailer announced) then why is it not under "Release Dates" on the FS page?

JBrotsis on Jan 11, 2012


This trailer just came out and we haven't had time to update the schedule. Plus, like you even said, the date still seems to be shifting. Listing limited/foreign releases are tough because it's usually only 1 or 2 theaters for a week, and they can shift the date on the fly.

Alex Billington on Jan 11, 2012


Awesome, good to know. Yea that comment was intended for you Alex, so I'm glad to see you got it. Thanks alot!

JBrotsis on Jan 11, 2012


Already saw this movie. On my hard drive right now. Very good. Right up there with Taeguki but i dont know if it is better. But definently worth a watch. Korean war movies are awesome.

dsasdfa on Jan 11, 2012


Someone likes a certain explosion sound effect very, very much.

Gross Und Unbekannt on Jan 11, 2012


why is it that every foreign language movies (or non-american movie) is just some variation of an already released american movie. 

overwatch on Jan 11, 2012


Kinda like every American movie is a remake or a sequel I guess.

grifter on Jan 11, 2012


i hope u were speaking ironically....American movies and originality..that's a laugh!

Sam on Jan 15, 2012

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