(Korean Movies) Roaring Currents, 2014

Roaring Currents, 2014

Roaring Currents, 2014
Audience over 15
running time
128 minutes
cumulative audience
17615686 people
51st Baeksang Arts Awards 2015


1597, the 6th year of the Imjin War,
Joseon was in chaos due to a long war.
Let's face a crisis of national survival by the Japanese forces moving north to Hanyang at a frightening speed.
Admiral Yi Sun-sin (Choi Min-sik), who had been framed and dismissed, was reappointed as the commander of the Samdo naval forces.

But all he was left with was a soldier who had lost his will, and a people full of fear.
And only 12 ships.
Even the turtle ship, the last hope, burned down
When Kurujima (Ryoo Seung-ryong), a mercenary with a cruel personality and great resourcefulness, becomes the commander of the Japanese army,
Joseon is even more chaotic.

The 330 Japanese ships gathered one after another.
The moment when everyone senses defeat in the overwhelming majority,
Admiral Yi Sun-sin leads only 12 ships to the sea of Myeongnyang… !

12 Joseon ships vs 330 Japanese ships
The great war that changed history begins!

[ 鳴梁大捷 ]

What is Myeongnyang Battle?
It is a naval battle during the Jeongyujaeran period, which was re-encroached by the Japanese after the Japanese Invasion, and refers to the battle in which Admiral Yi Sun-sin defeated 330 Japanese ships in Myeongnyang on September 16, 1597 (30th year of King Seonjo) with only 12 ships. Before the Battle of Myeongnyang, Joseon had lost its naval power due to the defeat of Won Gyun, who was appointed Commander of the Three Islands instead of Admiral Yi Sun-sin, who had been sacked. However, with the remaining 12 ships, Admiral Yi Sun-sin, who returned from being framed, defeated the Japanese and restored the maritime power of Joseon by using the geographical environment and sophisticated tactics. The Battle of Myeongnyang was one of Admiral Yi Sun-sin's representative battles, which he won without a turtle ship. The Battle of Myeongnyang was recorded as a great war that changed the history of Joseon to the extent that there is an opinion that if it was defeated at Myeongnyang, the Japanese colony could have been advanced by 300 years.

[ 忠武公 李舜臣 ]

Admiral Yi Sun-sin, the leader of the world, speaks!

“The person I fear the most is Sun-Shin Yi, and the person I hate the most is Sun-Shin Yi.
The person I like the most is Sun-Shin Yi, and the person I adore the most is Sun-Shin Yi.
The person I want to kill the most is also Yi Sun-sin.
The person I want to share tea with the most is Lee Soon-shin.”
– Japanese General Yasuharu Wakizaka

"Among the great maritime commanders who are capable of occupying the front row,
It was the providence of God that brought Admiral Yi Sun-sin into existence.”
– Lieutenant General of the Royal Navy GA Ballard

“Lee Sun-sin has the talent of Gyeongcheonwiji (经天緯地) that rules the heavens and the earth,
He is a person who has contributed to making the country right.”
– Jinlin, general of the Ming Dynasty

“If Admiral Yi Sun-sin had my fleet, he would have ruled the seas of the world.”
– Admiral Dogo Heihachiro of the Japanese Navy

“The English name of the hot girl Yi Sun-shin will shine in the sky.”
– Aoyagi Nanmei 'Lee Jojo Daejeon'

“I cannot understand that such a great general is not known.”
– Thomas Brenner, American historian

[ 序文 ]

September 15, 1597. Sunny.

Gathered together several generals and made a promise,

兵法云 必death 必生則生
According to the Warfare Law, if you want to die, you will live; if you want to live, you will die.

又曰 一夫當逕足懼千夫
It was said that if one person guards the road, it can frighten a thousand people.

今我 之謂矣
This is an early word for us today.

life, death, death
one who confronts fear
It will change history!
– From 亂中日記-

[ 亂中日記 一 ]

“God still has 12 ships left”

330 ships 12 ships against the Japanese
The greatest war that changed history 'Battle of Myeongnyang'
In the summer of 2014, it comes back to life on the screen!

In the 6th year of the Japanese Invasion of Korea, Japan led 330 ships and gathered in the sea of Joseon to attack Joseon. There are only 12 ships of Joseon that can fight against them. This war, which was decided from the start, ends in just eight hours. The death toll of the Japanese army could not be counted, but Joseon suffered a complete victory with no damage. Through this miraculous victory, Joseon regained the naval power lost by Japan, and Japan's plans to capture Hanyang and conquer Joseon failed. One of the most dramatic battles in the history of the world, and the greatest war that changed the history of Joseon, 'The Battle of Myeongnyang' is revived on the screen in 2014.

The movie <Myeongnyang> is a war action masterpiece depicting Admiral Yi Sun-sin's 'Battle of Myeongnyang' in 1597, fighting against the attack of 330 Japanese ships with only 12 ships. Among the representative battles of Admiral Yi Sun-sin, he was able to defeat 330 large armies with 12 ships in a war that won a great victory without a turtle ship. > was completed as a new naval battle drama that was not found in Korean films by adding cinematic imagination and spectacular spectacles of war based on historical facts. The hidden story of Admiral Yi Sun-sin, who stood alone against the Japanese army when everyone foresaw defeat, conveys an emotion that all Koreans can sympathize with, and overcomes the battle of inferiority based on terrain, environment, and psychological warfare for 8 hours. The urgency of the battle becomes a dramatic story in itself, giving thrill and pleasure. The great war <Myeongryang>, which was reborn on the screen in 2014 by director Kim Han-min of <The Last Weapon Bow>, which attracted 7.47 million viewers with the thrilling war of the bow, is a movie that is alive and breathing with hot emotions, resonances, and spectacles this summer. , it will make the heart of Korea beat.

“If you want to die, you must live.
If you want to live, you will surely die.”

Korea's great hero
'Seong-woong Yi Sun-shin' He wakes up!

<Myeongryang> is the story of a servant and one person serving the king, focusing on the most dramatic war 'The Battle of Myeongnyang' by Yi Sun-sin, a great man known and respected by all Koreans and admired worldwide to the extent that even the general of the enemy commander does not spare praise. The three-dimensional aspect of a father, a general who leads the military, and a human suffering from fear is captured in a heavy and intense drama.

Admiral Yi Sun-sin, who was framed by the Japanese military's scheme, was dismissed and re-appointed to the Samdo Naval Commander as a naval force led by Won Gyun. <Myeongnyang> tells the story just before the Battle of Myeongnyang, which was like the most difficult period of Admiral Yi Sun-sin's life, and depicts the anguish and anguish of Admiral Yi Sun-sin, who is a longevity of 23 battles and 23 victories and a hero representing Korean history, from a deep perspective. pay Conflict as a servant who chose to go to war alone to protect the sea despite the pressure of the king and court to join the army, the pain of his father going to the battlefield saying, “I have to face the people of loyalty” to my son who is worried about his health, the last turtle ship The sorrow of a longevity crying as he watched it burn away, his determination and loneliness as a leader who had to risk his life first to lead a soldier who feared death, etc. It penetrates the drama and creates deep compassion and emotion. In addition, the high-level psychological warfare that outwits the enemy against 330 Japanese ships, the aspect of a strategist who demonstrates original tactics, and the majesty and bravery of a true leader who can turn fear into courage deliver exhilarating and exhilarating catharsis. <Myeongryang> is a heavy yet heartfelt story about Admiral Yi Sun-sin, a man who fought the impossible without giving up in loneliness and fear, a loyalist who put his people first before his own life, and a true leader who led victory with faith and courage. It will convey a consensus and resonance that penetrates the

“If one person guards the road, he can frighten a thousand people.”

A breathtaking battle of only 8 hours!
A combination of extensive data research, thorough historical research and imagination!
In the middle of the war 417 years ago, the vivid scene is reproduced!

Director Kim Han-min, who opened a new chapter in Korean historical drama action by adding new characters, stories, and stylish actions based on history through <The Last Weapon: Bow>. In filming 'The Battle of Myeongnyang', which is regarded as the greatest war following the Byeongja Horan of <The Last Weapon: Bow>, a thorough investigation and understanding of historical facts was carried out to create a more realistic drama and spectacle of war. Director Kim Han-min, who wanted to portray Yi Sun-shin as a three-dimensional character with inner and psychology, rather than the image of a fantasy hero drawn in existing movies or dramas, tried to understand the feelings and emotions of the general recorded in the 'Nanjung Diary'. I went through the process of comparing and interpreting the complete translations. In addition, the historical data and interpretations of various experts in the drawing of the Battle of Myeongnyang, for which there are no accurate data and different military records in historical sources such as the cursive script of the Nanjung Ilgi, Yichungmugongjeonseo, and the Annals of King Seonjo, as well as the current flow of Myeongnyang and that time The reality of war was built through extensive research that crosses various fields such as weather and terrain. Through this, director Kim Han-min, based on historical facts and considering the circumstances at the time, adds cinematic imagination and fun, which is highly probable, to create a grand war with characters, dramas, and tension that goes beyond predictions, rather than a war as a mere spectacle. completed.

<Myeongryang> puts a lot of effort into reality, down to every detail such as costumes, art, and props. In order to vividly describe the Joseon Panokseon, which is the center of the war, various historical materials and actually restored ships were investigated and measured to build the first Korean Panokseon with a full-size outer diameter and details, and a total of 30m long Panokseon was built. Ahn Taek-seon of the Japanese army, who did not do this, built the most approximate ship that would have existed at that time through investigations through major museums such as the Nagoya Museum and analysis of historical materials and comparative resources during the Imjin War. It is the first attempt to produce Ahn Taek-seon in real size, not only in Korea, but also in Japan. Admiral Yi Sun-sin's armor, which differs in the form of armor for each material, was newly created based on the iron armor materials of 'Seoae Yoo Seong-ryong', who selected Admiral Yi Sun-sin as the Jeolla leftist in order to approach maximum reality. Inspired by the setting as a mercenary from pirates, it was designed by borrowing the armor of 'Takeda Shingen', who is called the Japanese god of war. <Myeongnyang>, which contains a new story and creative spectacle that combines historical reality and cinematic imagination, will give you a special experience as if you were together in the middle of the war that changed the history of Joseon 417 years ago.

“I make an oath to heaven with a long sword, and mountains and streams tremble, and with a single sword, mountains and streams are dyed.”

Choi Min-sik, an actor representing the Korean film industry!
Returning to Korea's representative hero, Admiral Yi Sun-sin!

Korea's best actor, Min-sik Choi, who does not require any formality, has returned as the hero of Korea, Admiral Yi Sun-sin. In order to play a great man whom he usually admires, Choi Min-sik repeatedly researched and intensely worried about the character, thereby portraying Admiral Yi Sun-sin, who lives and breathes in a wide range of emotions such as hope and despair, courage and fear, leadership and loneliness, and a bitter human beauty. was born While the previous works mainly dealt with the bravery and charisma of Admiral Yi Sun-sin, Choi Min-sik shows a new character that has never been seen before, highlighting the human side of Admiral Yi Sun-sin, who hides fear and loneliness behind the strong longevity in the chaotic war. In particular, before filming began in earnest, actor Choi Min-sik suggested a wash-kim-gut as a sign of courtesy and respect for the great hero Admiral Yi Sun-sin, and showed a strong attachment and awe for the character to the point that he shed tears at the scene.

In order to perfectly express Yi Sun-sin as a general who leads the 'Battle of Myeongryang', Min-sik Choi personally digested all the intense battle scenes in the severe cold of midwinter and the heatwave of midsummer for about 6 months, demonstrating his tireless fighting spirit. In particular, Choi Min-sik, who had to wear heavy armor weighing about 20 kg, which was not easy to lift at once, and had to digest the action, led the filming site of <Myeongryang> with extraordinary passion and strong will that overcame physical limitations. Choi Min-sik, who said, "I did my best with a sense of responsibility and mission different from before for playing the role of Admiral Yi Sun-sin, whom all Koreans respect," Choi Min-sik, who expressed his unusual impression, deeply portrayed the inner side of Admiral Yi Sun-sin with thick acting, of course. It will overwhelm the screen with a fighting spirit that transcends physical limits.

“Since the long-lived one is not dead, how can he lie down?”

Ryoo Seung-ryong, an actor who can be trusted and seen by 10 million people,
Jo Jin-woong, Jin-goo, Lee Jung-hyun,
Yul Kwon, Minwoo Noh, and Ryohei Ohtani!
Join the greatest war in history!

With Choi Min-sik in the lead, <Myeongryang> has built a perfect cast, from the best actors who can be trusted just by name, and young blood that Chungmuro is paying attention to. Ryu Seung-ryong, a popular actor who rose to 10 million in two consecutive bats with <Gwanghae, the Man Who Became King> and <The Gift of Room 7>, plays the role of 'Gurujima', a mercenary general of the Japanese army who was put in the right place to eliminate Yi Sun-sin. He leads the play with a strong charisma and presence that surpasses the longevity 'Jusinta'. Ryu Seung-ryong, who was completely transformed from head to toe into a mercenary general, showed off his fighting spirit by directly digesting the action wearing the heavy helmet and armor that was close to 30 kg used by the real Japanese generals during the Imjin War. Actor Jo Jin-woong, who has created his own original characters such as <Hwayi: The Child Who Swallowed a Monster> and <Going to the End>, plays the role of Wakizaka, a Japanese general who only seeks opportunities for lust after being defeated by Admiral Yi Sun-sin. > Actor Kim Myung-gon, who showed a deep experience in the role of 'Park Chung-seo', took on the role of 'Dodo', the commander of the Japanese army with an ambition to dominate Joseon, building a splendid formation of the Japanese army. In addition, Jin-goo, an actor with unique personality and acting skills such as <26 Years> and <Mother>, plays the role of 'Im Jun-yeong', a seeker with strong beliefs, and the role of 'Woman Jeong', who has a heartbreaking story as his wife, through various activities in Asia. Actor Lee Jung-hyeon, who was reborn as a star in the movie, took on the role of creating a desperate and desperate drama of the grassroots who were in the middle of the war.

The presence of young actors who are attracting attention while going back and forth between the CRT and the screen energizes <Myeongryang>. Kwon Yul, who left a deep impression with the movie <Intuition>, played the role of 'Lee Hoe', a son who respects his father Yi Soon-shin and at the same time cannot let go of his concerns about his safety in <Myeongryang>, and played a serious role in the drama [God's Gift – 14th] [Pasta]. ], actor No Min-woo shows off his mysterious and sharp charm through the role of 'Haru', a right-armed sniper of Kurujima. And the actors armed with the best acting skills and passion, such as Ryohei Ohtani as 'Junsa', Bo-Gum Park as 'Subong', and Tae-Hoon Kim as 'Jung-Gul Kim', etc. It will be another viewing point of <Myeongnyang>.

“If only I could turn fear into courage
Its courage will appear multiplied by a hundred times a thousand times greater courage.”

The first naval battle drama in Korean film history
Spectacular sights, creating an overwhelming scale!

Myeongnyang, the first naval battle drama in Korean film history, is a six-month long voyage between Gwangyang and Wando in order to revive the grandeur of the great war between Korea and Japan, which faced hundreds of Japanese ships and thousands of Japanese soldiers with only 12 ships. Various attempts and challenges were made. In Gwangyang, Jeolla Province, where the movement of the ship was most important due to the nature of the war called naval battle, <Myeongnyang> produced an actual set of naval battles on the sea and a large set using a 'gimbal' that can be mounted and filmed on land. We were able to capture a spectacle that matches every scene. In the scene where the Joseon and Japanese forces had to come in direct contact with the Japanese army or make use of the reality on the sea during the Imjin War, four huge ships were built and operated on the sea, including the Panokseon, the ship of the Joseon naval forces, the Japanese battleship Sekibune, and the Antaekseon, which commanded them. By shooting in the real sea, vivid sights were captured. Meanwhile, for more dynamic scenes such as the rough sea movement and the impact of ships and ships, the same four ships to be mounted on the gimbal were separately produced, and a total of eight ships were created to overcome the limitations of reality that CG could not create. In particular, in order to create a gimbal capable of free movement of an extra-large size that has never been used in existing movies, the production team invested 4 months of time and passion to design and produce drawings based on data collected from foreign countries. It is a device that can freely move left, right, up and down, and rotates 360 degrees, creating a dynamic action scene of the naval battle in <Myeongryang>.

The battle scene is a battle scene between the Joseon Panokseon, which is in the form of a large warship that can mount cannons of various sizes, including the large artillery Cheonjapo, as well as the Ji, Hyeon, Hwang, and the Victorious Fist, and the Japanese army boasting the splendor of red flags and gold decorations. The contrasting images of Korea and Japan make it a grand spectacle in itself. In addition, the explosion scene was completed using a special equipment 'Water Canon' to realize the effect of exploding gunpowder on the water, a battle scene in which a Korean cannon and a Japanese rifle collide, and a hand-to-hand battle where each other's swords and swords clash on a ship. <Myeongryang>, in which various actions and battles unfold without a break, will captivate the audience with a sense of tension and overwhelming immersion.

“All troops, go out”

<The Last Weapon: Bow> <Gwanghae, the Man Who Became King> <Woochi Jeon>
shooting, lighting, art, costumes, makeup, music
The production team of 名品 goes out to realize the battle of Myeongryang!

Through <The Last Weapon: Bow>, he worked with director Kim Han-min, and the top staff, who boast of Korea's best skills in name and reality, gathered to fully realize the 'Battle of Myeongnyang'. Cinematographer Kim Tae-seong, lighting director Kim Kyung-seok, art director Chang Chun-seop, costume director Kwon Kwon, costume director Im Seung-hee, and music director Kim Tae-seong, the protagonists who created the dynamic action and scale of <The Last Weapon Bow> are reunited for <Myeongryang>. Cinematographer Kim Tae-seong, who was well-received for his dazzling camera work and action-packed shooting, and lighting director Kim Kyung-seok, who breathed life into his daring light coordination to match, in <Myeongryang>, the spectacle and the secret beauty of the greatest war in history. contain it

The key to <Myeongnyang> was how perfectly it embodies the historical situation of Joseon in 1597 and the battle at the time when Joseon and the Japanese army were in sharp confrontation. continued sloppy work. Art director Chang Chun-seop, who remodeled the traditional bow in <The Last Weapon Bow> and added reality to the film, spared no effort to perfectly reproduce the Battle of Myeongnyang, including a super-large naval battle set and a ship that reflects the historical evidence of the times. Here, Kwon Kwon and Im Seung-hee, costume directors, and <Woochi Jeon> and <Cold>, who have presented costumes that capture both the beauty of the times and the personality of the characters in <Gwanghae, the Man Who Became King> and <The Good, the Bad, and the Strange> Makeup director Lee Kyung-ja, who first joined director Kim Han-min's project with <Myeongryang>, improved the level of perfection with the delicacy of realizing the times and creating characters. In addition, the magnificent melody provided by music director Kim Tae-seong, who captivated the audience with the powerful music of <The Last Weapon Bow> and the dramatic music of <Tower> and <Korea>, puts an emphasis on the fun of the movie. From filming, lighting, art, costumes, makeup, to music, <Myeongryang> will overwhelm the screen with its overwhelming scale and high-quality workmanship.

[ Production Note ]

Until the Battle of Myeongnyang was completed in 1597

Rather than the heroic aspect of achieving great achievements
I wanted to show the human side of Admiral Yi Sun-sin, who faced fear with endless agony.
Through the spirit of Admiral Yi Sun-sin, I hope that it will be a work that you can feel proud of as a citizen of the Republic of Korea.
– Actor Choi Min-sik

The story of Admiral Yi Sun-sin, a hero of national salvation who defended Joseon with faith in a crisis situation.
I hope it will give the audience new strength and pride.
– Actor Ryu Seung-ryong

The more you know, the more admirable there are great ancestors.
I wanted to show the audience the living Admiral Yi Sun-sin, a vivid moment of history.
– Director Kim Han-min

Participating in <Myeongnyang> was a great honor, challenge, and joy.
I hope that <Myungryang> will provide some kind of power and great stimulus to those who are struggling and frustrated in reality.
– <The Ultimate Weapon> <Tower> Kim Tae-seong Music Director

I tried to complete a textbook work showing Admiral Yi Sun-sin.
I hope that it will be a war that everyone in the audience can feel with their whole body, rather than a war that is simply summarized in a few lines of documents.
– <The Ultimate Weapon> Artistic Director Chang Chun-seop

Filming one of the most dramatic wars in our history is exciting in itself.
– <The Last Weapon: Bow> Kim Tae-seong, Cinematographer

For me, <Myeongnyang> was a movie that I thought I would meet once in my life.
I hope it will be a movie where a father can hold his daughter's hand and a mother can hold her son's hand and watch it together.
– <The Last Weapon: Bow> <Gwanghae, the Man Who Became King> Costume Director Kwon Kwon

I think <Myeongnyang> is a film that captures the heart of Admiral Yi Sun-sin.
I hope that many people will feel the sincerity of Admiral Yi Sun-sin.
– <Jeon Woo-chi> <Cold> Make-up director Lee Kyung-ja

Every effort was made to pursue reality without fiction and glamor.
I want you to see Yi Sun-sin not as a hero, but as a human being who had to live in an era of terrible war.
– <The Ultimate Weapon> <The Mister> Martial Arts Director Hong Eui-jeong

Create something out of nothing! From extra-large sets, gimbals, and various cannons
Whereas most existing gimbals can only move up and down or left and right, Myeongryang produced the first gimbal that can rotate 360 degrees to express the texture of the whirling sea. The production team found the special effects team of the <Pirates of the Caribbean> series and studied the structure and operation of the existing gimbal. This was combined with an outdoor set with the largest green mat in Korea, measuring 11m in height and 150m in width, to create a realistic and dynamic battle action scene that was not previously seen. In addition, in order to express the scientific and systematic battles of the Joseon Dynasty, which had a colorful weapon system reminiscent of modern times, all weapons of that time were newly produced by borrowing their appearance and principles. Based on Lee Seo's 'Hwapo Sik Eonhae', a representative military book that compiled information on gunpowder weapons in the Joseon Dynasty, castings were made for each size of each weapon, and gunpowder was installed in it to conduct repeated tests. By doing so, he spared no effort to realize the effect most similar to the actual weapon of the Joseon Dynasty.

Dress up the era and character in your costume! Craft over 1,000 pieces of armor
The costumes of <Myeongnyang> were a truly vast piece of work that had to reproduce the real times of Joseon and Japan at the time through the appearance of hundreds of grassroots and thousands of soldiers. In order to create a unique costume that reflects the historical evidence of the times and captures the cinematic imagination and the characters of each character, the costume team studied more than 16 related papers and went through a preparation process, such as analyzing the naval warfare of the shogunate period in Japan. The costumes of the minchos reflected the lives of the Joseon people devastated by the Imjin War for six years, but considering that the area where Admiral Yi Sun-sin was stationed was relatively stable, the reality of the play was enhanced with costumes that captured the situation of the times in detail. On the other hand, the armor of Admiral Yi Sun-sin and the Joseon Army was designed and produced by Director Kwon Kwon, based on domestic data and times, and the armor of the Japanese Army was produced locally by finding a Japanese armor master, maximizing the characteristics of each. The costumes, which put great effort in quantity and perfection, to the extent that the number of pieces of armor produced in this way exceeds 1,000, will be a special attraction unique to <Myeongryang>, which reflects the reality and cinematic characters of war and times.

Bring reality to action! 50 elite action troops!
In <Myeongryang>'s battle scenes and action, the most important part was reality without fiction. Rather than a heroic fantasy or flashy action for spectacle, we focused on shooting that could capture the situation realistically rather than flashy camera walking to create a war scene in which the souls of Admiral Yi Sun-sin and the soldiers, who were prepared to die on the sea, live and breathe. , vividly captures the dramatic situation of those who defended Joseon amid the fear of death. In addition, in order to produce as realistic a battle scene as possible, instead of the conventional method of mobilizing extras for each scene, 50 elite martial arts personnel were selected and learned the ritual movements such as swordsmanship, spearmanship, and bow before filming. practiced and went through the same training as in the real world. In this way, the battle scene of <Myeongryang>, which tried to realize the perfect reality of war even the movement of a single soldier, will captivate the audience with the vividness of the sweat and breath of Admiral Yi Sun-sin and the soldiers.

Breaking stereotypes of historical dramas! Music completed with a 150-piece orchestra!
<Myeongryang> doubles the emotion and thrill of Admiral Yi Sun-sin's films and historical dramas with bold music directing that goes beyond the stereotypes. The music of <Myeongryang>, which borrowed the motif from the classical music of the 17th and 18th centuries, to capture the universal emotion as a human being who witnesses and fights a huge war, rather than Admiral Yi Sun-sin as a hero in Korean history, is a heart-pounding brass. ) from the melodies to the delicate and elegant melodies of strings and pianos, to the magnificent orchestra, the overwhelming and dramatic melody that flows along the anguish and emotions of Admiral Yi Sun-sin and the ever-changing narrative of war captivates the ears and hearts. Music director Kim Tae-seong, who wanted to create an orchestra that lasts for two hours rather than simply fitting the music for each scene, is a Czech local of 150-member large-scale orchestra with about 50 brass parts, 60 string parts, and 40 woodwinds and percussion parts. Through recording, the magnificent music of <Myeongryang> was completed.

[ Myeongryang Top Secret : Naval Battle Tactics ]

A tactic to counter the Japanese attack by placing 12 ships in the shape of a 'slot' and blocking the narrow passages of the sea

hand-to-hand combat
It is the main tactic of the Japanese army that can move quickly. It is a battle style where you get on the ship of an enemy and fight it with a sword and a gun.

Chungpa (衝破)
The tactic of crashing and sinking ships

[ References ]

Panokseon [板屋船]
Battle of Myeongnyang The main ship of Joseon.
Developed in 1555 (10th year of King Myeongjong). It is a large battleship of the Joseon naval forces, which played the biggest role together with the turtle ship during the Imjin War, and has excellent defense by raising its height like a fortress to prevent enemy infiltration, and can carry weapons such as cannons.

Number of people on board – more than 150 people
Features -Three-story structure (basement, laborer's room, deck and stoma), the bottom of the ship is flat and solid pine material, and it is advantageous for offshore navigation. Cannon can be operated

Atakebune [Ahn Taek-seon, 安宅船]
Japanese military commander. Known as the 'Castle on the Sea', Japan's most powerful warship with outstanding skills in attack, defense, and sailing performance.

Number of people on board – similar to Panokseon
Features – Two-story structure, with a pavilion on the deck, the bottom of the ship is pointed, cedar material, glass for long-distance sailing, artillery cannot be operated, rifleman boarding

Sekibune [関船]
Japan's main battleship. Compared to the Panokseon, it has a lower hull height and small size, making it difficult to accommodate a large number of people and to load weapons such as cannons, but it is agile and light, making it suitable for chasing or aggression.

Number of people on board – 60 people
Characteristics – Close-quarters, hand-to-hand combat, the main tactics of the Japanese army, impossible to operate artillery, cedar and fir wood materials

Joseon naval forces

[Cheonja Cannon]
Used from the early Joseon Dynasty to the late Joseon Dynasty, it is the largest and heaviest of all gun barrels and can fire at a long distance. A weapon that Admiral Yi Sun-sin placed on the front lines of the Turtle Ship and inflicted great damage on the enemy ships.

[Jija Chong Tong]
It is the second largest gun barrel and was used mainly by mounting on the Panokseon because of its relatively good firepower and mobility.

[Sage Chong Tong]
It is the third largest in size among the Führer. canvas.

[Winner's Gun]
A small circulating firearm that is fired by loading gunpowder and live ammunition from the muzzle, and igniting a medicine wire by hand.

Japanese military weapon

[when encapsulated]
Also called porak jade (炮烙玉), it is a burning bomb that contains gunpowder in a circular copper container. It is the main weapon of the Japanese military that connects a long fuse and causes it to explode between enemies or throws it. It is similar to a modern hand grenade in terms of usage.

Japan's main weapon. Japan used firearms for close-range attacks and
Utilizing the mobility of the Sekibune, you can perform hand-to-hand combat after boarding an enemy ship.
It was used as the main tactic.

A large firearm that uses the explosive power of gunpowder to fire large bullets, arrows, or bullets. It is a weapon developed by Japan, which suffered heavy damage from large-scale cannons of Joseon during the Imjin War.

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