Northern Limit Line

Synopsis: Based on the true story that is known as the second battle of Yeonpyeong, this movie tells the story of some of the young soldiers who fought and died in the battle. The battle took place in the yellow sea on 29th of June in 2002, when two North-Korean vessels boarded the NLL - the Northern Limit Line - and fired at the South-Korean patrol boat named Chamsuri 357, killing six men and left 18 injured.
Genre: Drama, War
Director(s): Hak-sun Kim
Production: Well Go USA
  4 nominations.
130 min


"This film is based on the

real-Iife Naval clash"

"between North and South Korea

near the Northern Limit Line (NLL)"

"in the Yellow Sea during

the 2002 Korea / Japan World Cup."

Republic of Korea!

Republic of Korea!

"In front of Seoul City Hall."

"Han River Park"

"1150 hours, June 29, 2002

Yeonpyeong Island, South Korea."

We wanted everyone to return home alive.

It was a desperate battle for survival.

We screamed,

and fought alone.

Saturday, June 29, 2002,

Date of the consolation

match against Turkey.

"Military Hospital."





"The 1953 Armistice Agreement

gave control of islands"

"on NLL to United Nations Command

and South Korea."

"Any Iands above Northern Limit Line"

"belonged to China and North Korea."

"By taking control of the islands,

the North accepted the NLL."


"June, 2002 Navy Fleet 2 Operating Base,

Pyeongtaek, South Korea"

I don't believe it!

Park Dong-hyuk!

Kwon Ki-hyung!

- Dm you transier 'nere'?

- Yeah.

Is this where the jackasses end up?

Screw you. This ain't a

place for petty officers.

- Shoulda stayed put.

- Come on.

- Hop in.

- Sure.

This is the duty officer.



Chief petty officer Suh.


Nice to meet you.

Chief engineer and helmsman Han.

Petty officer 2nd Class, Park Dong-hyuk!

- Your boot Camp buddy?

- That's right, sir.

Show him around.

Right away, sir!


Petty officer 2nd Class! Park Dong-hyuk!

They can't hear you! Let's go!

So humid...

Duffel bag.

That's gotta hurt.

Something's funny?

My bunk?

Pretty big room for such a small vessel.

Your previous bunk wasn't this big?

Not at all.

It's the Commander's. Ours is there.

You bastard.

This is CPO Hwang.



A new transfer.

- Nice to meet you.

- Yes, sir.

- Good bye!

- Yup.

So cute.

Great atmosphere, eh?

Very family-friendly, it feels really nice.

Let's continue.

This is our home.

We eat, shit, wash and sleep here.

Nice and tight, no need for extra space.

Since we're so busy, you'll

pass out immediately.

This is the bathroom...

What're you doing?


So freaking nasty!

Sorry! I was too busy and missed Iunch...

Eat with pride! Dumbass!

Finish up.

Must he eat in the shitter?

By the way, where's the sickbay?


Give me a sec.

When you hold this med kit,

that space transforms into the sickbay.

Everything's there, so don't worry.

Check if anything's missing.

- Afterneon, sir.

- Medic?

Petty officer 2nd Class, Park Dong-hyuk.

- Park Dong-hyuk, you say?

- Yes, that's right.

A golden parachute into a medic assignment?

No, sir.

No? Want me to believe that?

Expect me to believe that?

I'm sorry.

Sorry about what? Give me your duffel bag.

Yes, sir.

Sir, what's with you today?

F*ck off.

- On the double.

- Here, sir.

I thought you were the

new Commander, asshole.

Got a lover?

"My dear son, are you well?"

Buddy boy.

PO2, Park Dong-hyuk!

You watch it.

Yes, sir.

What the hell?

Turn it back on!

Emergency sail! Emergency sail!

Battle stations drill!

Battle stations!

Battle stations!

Battle stations!

All 22 sailors battle stations ready!

41 seconds...

Small arms, starboard battle stations!

Small arms, starboard battle stations!

Starboard battle stations!

Fire in the mess hall from enemy shells.

Initiate firefight protocol.

Firefight protocol!

Extinguish! Extinguish!

Fire suppressed.

I'm the new Commander of Chamsuri 357,

Lt. Cdr. Yoon Young-ha.

- Begin roll Call.

- Salute!

Chamsuri 357 roll Call!

26 on deck, four injured, one absent!

- Call it!

- One!

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