Watch: New US Trailer for Battle of Inchon Film 'Operation Chromite'

July 22, 2016
Source: YouTube

Operation Chromite Trailer

"I am Douglas MacArthur – I win wars." CJ Entertainment has debuted an official US trailer for the epic Korean war film Operation Chromite, telling the story of the Battle of Inchon during the Korean War in the 1950s. Liam Neeson stars as Douglas MacArthur, the US military General who lead the campaign to land in the city of Inchon and drive the invading North Korean forces out of South Korea. The full cast includes Lee Jung-jae, Jin Se-yun and Lee Beom-su. We featured a trailer for this earlier in the month, but it was a Korean trailer and showed a bit too much of the big battle scenes. This trailer is edited together much better and actually makes me want to see this film, even if there is only a tiny amount of Neeson in it.

Here's the new official US trailer (+ poster) for John H. Lee's Operation Chromite, direct from YouTube:

You can also still see the original Korean trailer for Operation Chromite here, to compare these two trailers.

Operation Chromite Poster

"Operation Chromite" is the codename for the Battle of Incheon that took place on September 15, 1950, shortly after the Korean War broke out on June 25 in 1950. It was a surprise attack in which U.N. forces landed in the South Korean harbor city to drive out the North Koreans, and is recognized as a turning point for U.N.-backed South Korea against the communist North. Operation Chromite will focus on eight Korean war heroes. Operation Chromite is directed by Korean filmmaker John H. Lee, of A Moment to Remember, Sayonara Itsuka, 71: Into the Fire previously. The screenplay is by Man-Hee Lee, John H. Lee and Sean Dulake. The film opens in Korea this July, and in select US theaters on August 12th this summer.

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"I am Douglas MacArthur – I win wars by using soldiers as a cannon fodder"

tarek on Jul 22, 2016


Nope. At this point, even trailer with Vin Diesel looks better than this ...

shiboleth on Jul 22, 2016


"Incheon" the "-eo" makes an "uh" sound in Korean. It sounds like "Een-Chuhn."

DAVIDPD on Jul 23, 2016


Wasn't sure how to spell it, but the Wikipedia entries (and everything else online) shows it as "Inchon". So that's what I'm sticking with. See ->

Alex Billington on Jul 23, 2016


To the victors, go the spoils...I guess. I just know what I know about Korean language.

DAVIDPD on Jul 23, 2016


To the victors, go the spoils... Or history is written by victorious. ;D

tarek on Jul 24, 2016

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