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Mr. Sunshine

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Mr. Sunshine
미스터 션샤인
Miseuteo Syeonsyain
Mr Sunshine (2018) poster.jpg
Promotional poster
Country South Korean flag.jpg South Korea
Language Korean
English
Japanese
Channel tvN
Netflix (worldwide)
Genre Romance
Broadcast 2018
No. of Episodes 22
Main Cast
Character Actor
Capt. Eugene Choi, USMC Lee Byung-hun
Go Ae-shin Kim Tae-ri
Gu Dong-mae / Ishida Shō Yoo Yeon-seok
Kudo Hina / Yi Yang-hwa Kim Min-jung
Maj. Kyle Moore, USMC David Lee McInnis
Col. Mori Takashi, IJA Kim Nam-hee



Mr. Sunshine (Korean title: 미스터 션샤인, Miseuteo Syeonsyain) is a 2018 South Korean TV series starring Lee Byung-hun. It is set in 1900s Korea, shortly before the Japanese takeover of 1910.

Of note is that multiple weapons throughout the series are anachronistic, being made years after the series' late 19th/early 20th century setting.

The following weapons were used in the television series Mr. Sunshine:



Pistols

Luger P 04

The Luger P 04 is used by Imperial Japanese Army soldiers throughout the series.

P 04 (early-war) - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Luger P 04 being handed by Col. Mori Takashi (Kim Nam-hee) to an IJA officer in Episode 20.
Lee Wan-yong (Jung Seung-gil) aims the Luger at King Gojong in Episode 22.
An IJA soldier readies his Luger pistol before the Battle of Namdaemun starts.
Yoshimichi Hasegawa (Yoon Dae-yul) pointing the pistol at Lee Deok-moon in Episode 23.

Luger P 08

The Luger P 08 is used by Imperial Japanese Army soldiers and Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) throughout the series.

P 08 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Col. Mori Takashi (Kim Nam-hee) aims the Luger at Gu Dong-mae (Yoo Yeon-seok) in Episode 19.
Eugene Choi points the Luger at Nurse Park (Yun Seul) in Episode 23.
An IJA officer points the Luger at Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun).
Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) points the Luger at Baron Kuroda (Park Soo-young) in Episode 24.

Mauser C96

The Mauser C96 is used by several characters throughout the series.

Mauser C96 M1930 - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Kim Hui-jin pulls the charging handle of the Mauser C96 in Episode 1.
Kim Hui-jin (Kim Ji-won) aims the Mauser at incoming Japanese soldiers.
The Mauser held by Hui-jin after being shot by the soldiers.
Go Sang-wan (Jin Goo) holding the pistol.
Kim Yong-joo (Yoon Byung-hee) aims the pistol at Sang-wan.
Lee Wan-ik (Kim Eui-sung) aims the pistol at Sang-wan.
A Japanese official fires the pistol in Episode 8.
Kim Yong-joo points the the Mauser pistol at Soo-mi (Shin Soo-yeon) in Episode 11.
Jeon Seung-jae (Lim Chul-soo) points the Mauser at Eugene Choi in Episode 15.
Jang Seung-goo (Choi Moo-sung) holding the pistol in Episode 20.
Song Young (Ji Seung-hyun) and Park Mu-geol (Lee Soon-won) with their Mausers in Episode 21.
Go Ae-shin (Kim Tae-ri) fires the Mauser pistol at IJA soldiers in Episode 24.

Nambu Type 14

The Nambu Type 14 anachronistically appears as the standard sidearm of all Imperial Japanese Army members and is used by several characters throughout the series. The pistol's anachronism in this series is two-fold; first, the Type 14 would not be adopted as the standard sidearm of the IJA until 1927 (years after this series' setting), and secondly, the model that appears throughout the series is the "late model", which would only be adopted in 1936. The Nambu 1902 or the Type 26 Revolver would have been a much more period-accurate handgun.

Nambu Type 14 (late) - 8x22mm Nambu
An IJA soldier on the right holding the Nambu pistol in Episode 1.
IJA officer Tsuda (Lee Jung-hyun) holding the pistol in Episode 7.
Tsuda aims the pistol at Eugene Choi.
Suzuki (Jeong Tae-ya) fires the pistol at Righteous Army militias in Episode 8.
A Japanese official fires the pistol at Righteous Army militias.
The Nambu Type 14 being held by Song Byeong-jun in Episode 9.
Byeong-jun (No Seung-jin) accidentally discharges the pistol.
Suzuki (Jeong Tae-ya) aiming the pistol in Episode 14.
Go Ae-shin (Kim Tae-ri) aims the Nambu pistol at Suzuki.
An IJA soldier aiming the pistol in Episode 19.
Col. Mori Takashi (Kim Nam-hee) aims the Nambu pistol at Hong-pa.
An IJA officer aims the pistol at Eugene Choi in Episode 20.
So-a (Oh Ah-yeon) aiming the Nambu pistol in Episode 21.
An IJA officer with the Nambu pistol in Episode 23.
Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) with the Nambu pistol after eliminating some IJA soldiers.

Revolvers

Colt Single Action Army

The Colt Single Action Army is used by Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) and Major Kyle Moore (David Lee McInnis) throughout the series.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 5.5" barrel - .45 Long Colt
The Colt Single Action Army being fired in the air by Eugene Choi in Episode 14.
Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) aims the Colt Single Action Army revolver.
Side view.
Eugene Choi holding the revolver in Episode 17.
Major Kyle Moore (David Lee McInnis) aims the revolver at IJA officers in Episode 20.

Remington 1858 New Army

The Remington 1858 New Army is used by Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun), Major Kyle Moore (David Lee McInnis) and Go Ae-shin (Kim Tae-ri) throughout the series.

Remington 1858 New Army - .44 caliber
Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) holding the Remington 1858 New Army in Episode 3.
A closeup of the revolver.
Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) aims the revolver at Musin Society members as Im Gwan-soo (Jo Woo-jin) watches.
Eugene Choi aims the revolver at Kim An-pyeong in Episode 4.
A closeup of the revolver.
Go Ae-shin (Kim Tae-ri) aims the revolver at Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) in Episode 7.
Go Ae-shin (Kim Tae-ri) aiming the Remington 1858 New Army revolver.
Go Ae-shin fires the revolver at a lamp.
Major Kyle Moore (David Lee McInnis) puts his Remington 1858 New Army on a desk in Episode 14.
Eugene Choi fires the revolver at Jeon Seung-jae.

Smith & Wesson Model 40

An extremely anachronistic Smith & Wesson Model 40 is used by Yi Yang-hwa (Kim Min-jung) and an Imperial Korean Army officer throughout the series.

Smith & Wesson Model 40 "Centennial" with grip safety - 38 Special
The Smith & Wesson Model 40 on Yang-hwa's bed in Episode 11.
Yi Yang-hwa (Kim Min-jung) uses the revolver to kill Dr. Matsuyama (Kim Kang-il) in Episode 20.
Yi Yang-hwa (Kim Min-jung) with the Smith & Wesson Model 40.
The revolver on the desk in Episode 22.
Imperial Korean Army Major Park Seung-hwan uses the revolver to commit suicide during the Battle of Namdaemun in 1907.
Yi Yang-hwa fires the revolver at IJA soldiers.

Muskets

Flintlock Musket

A Korean-made Flintlock Musket is used by Joseon Army during the Battle of Ganghwa in Episode 1. Later on, the Imperial Korean Army trainees, Righteous Army militias and several characters also uses the Flintlock Musket throughout the series.

Modern reproduction of Korean flintlock musket.
A Joseon soldier holding the Flintlock Musket during the Battle of Ganghwa in Episode 1.
A Joseon soldier holding the Flintlock Musket while being shot by the US Marines.
Jang Seung-goo's father (Yoon Kyung-ho) holding the Flintlock Musket.
Jang Seung-goo (Sung Yoo-bin) holding the Musket.
The Flintlock Musket in the middle with the Remington 1858 New Army and Mosin Nagant M1891 in Episode 17.
Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) aims the Flintlock Musket.
Imperial Korean Army trainees aiming their Muskets.
Joon-young (Jang Dong-yoon) and the trainees aiming their Muskets.
Imperial Korean Army trainees fire their Muskets in Episode 20.
Nurse Park (Yun Seul) holding the Flintlock Musket in Episode 24.
Righteous Army trainees aiming their Muskets.
A Righteous Army militiaman and The blacksmith (Park Sung-hoon) with their Muskets.
A closeup of the Flintlock Musket, it uses the mechanism of the Matchlock Musket.
A Righteous Army militiaman fires the Flintlock Musket at IJA soldiers.

Jochong Matchlock Musket

The Jochong Matchlock Musket is used by Joseon Army during the Battle of Ganghwa in Episode 1. Some characters also uses the Matchlock Musket throughout the series.

Korean Jochong matchlock musket.
A Joseon soldier holding the Jochong Matchlock Musket at the US Marines during the Battle of Ganghwa in Episode 1.
A closeup of the Jochong Matchlock Musket.
Jang Seung-goo (Choi Moo-sung) with the Matchlock Musket in Episode 2.
Go Ae-shin (Kim Tae-ri) fires the Matchlock Musket during a target practice.
Go Ae-shin aiming the Musket.
A closeup of the Matchlock Musket.
Go Ae-shin aims the Matchlock Musket during a target practice.

Rifles

Arisaka Type 38 (Mockup)

Mockups of the Arisaka Type 38 are used by Imperial Japanese Army soldiers, Imperial Korean Army soldiers, and several characters throughout the series.

IJA soldiers aim their Arisakas at the US Marines in Episode 5.
Gu Dong-mae (Yoo Yeon-seok) holding the Arisaka in Episode 8.
Dong-mae aims the rifle at Go Ae-shin.
Imperial Korean Army soldiers with their Arisakas in Episode 17.
Imperial Japanese Army soldiers with their Arisakas in Episode 19.
An IJA soldier aiming the rifle.
An IJA soldier aiming holding rifle while being shot by Righteous Army militias.
Jang Seung-goo (Choi Moo-sung) aims the Arisaka at Lee Wan-yong (Jung Seung-gil) in Episode 22.
IJA soldiers fire their Arisaka rifles at disbanded Imperial Korean Army soldiers during the Battle of Namdaemun in 1907.
Jang Seung-goo fires the Arisaka at IJA soldiers.
The blacksmith (Park Sung-hoon) with the Arisaka slung on his back in Episode 23.
An IJA soldier aiming the rifle at Kim Hui-seong.
Park Mu-geol (Lee Soon-won) holding the Arisaka in Episode 24.

Arisaka Type 38

The Arisaka Type 38 is used by Imperial Japanese Army soldiers and several characters throughout the series.

Arisaka Type 38 - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
Arisaka Type 38 rifle with Type 30 bayonet - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka.
IJA soldiers fires their Arisakas at Kim Hui-jin Episode 1.
An IJA soldier fires the Arisaka at Kim Hui-jin.
A Righteous Army militiaman aims the Arisaka in Episode 8.
Lee Sang-bok (Lee Dong-yong) aims the Arisaka in Episode 17.
Kim Hui-seong (Byun Yo-han) aiming the Arisaka rifle in Episode 19.
An IJA soldier holding the Arisaka.
IJA soldiers fire their Arisaka rifles at disbanded Imperial Korean Army soldiers during the Battle of Namdaemun in Episode 22.
An Imperial Korean Army soldier aiming the rifle after killing an IJA soldier in Episode 23.
IJA soldiers fire their rifles at the civilians for suspecting for Righteous Army militiamen.
An Imperial Korean Army soldier fires the Arisaka at IJA soldiers in Episode 24.

Berdan No.2 (Mockup)

The Berdan No.2 is used by Imperial Japanese Army soldiers throughout the series.

Russian Berdan No.2 (M1870) Infantry rifle - 10.75x58mm R
IJA soldiers aiming their rifles in Episode 17.
Imperial Japanese Army soldiers aiming their Berdan rifles at the US Marines.
An IJA soldier aiming the rifle in Episode 23.
The soldier holding the rifle
IJA soldiers fire their rifles at the civilians for suspecting for Righteous Army militiamen in Episode 24.
IJA soldiers aiming their rifles at Eugene Choi.

Enfield P14

Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) uses a British Pattern 1914 Enfield while fighting as a US Marine in the Spanish-American War. This is anachronistic, as the rifle only entered US service several after the war had ended. The rifle is also used by US Marines, Imperial Japanese Army and several characters throughout the series.

Pattern 1914 (P14) Enfield - .303 UK
Promotional photo of episode 2, showing Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) using an Enfield while fighting as a US Marine in the Spanish-American War. This is anachronistic, as the rifle only entered US service as the Enfield M1917 several after the war had ended. Behind him, US troops are carrying the current 50-star US flag, which is anachronistic as it entered use in 1960, more than 60 years after the war had ended. At the time the US flag only had 45 stars.
Promotional photo of episode 2, showing an Enfield with a bayonet.
Promotional photo of episode 2, Enfield with a bayonet. In the background, the 1914 to 1939 USMC flag can be seen, which is anachronistic as it was not yet in use during the Spanish-American War.
Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) with the Enfield with a bayonet in Episode 2.
Maj. Kyle Moore (David Lee McInnis) with the Enfield.
Eugene Choi fires the Enfield.
Eugene Choi aiming the rifle.
Eugene Choi uses the Enfield's bayonet to kill a Spanish soldier.
A US Marine aiming the Enfield at IJA soldiers in Episode 5.
A US Marine with the Enfield slung on his back in Episode 13.
A Righteous Army militiaman in the center aiming the Enfield in Episode 19.
US Marines fire their Enfield rifles at Mushin Society members in Episode 22.
Imperial Japanese Army soldiers fire their Enfield rifles at disbanded Imperial Korean Army soldiers during the Battle of Namdaemun in 1907.
Joon-young (Jang Dong-yoon) sees his Enfield is empty.
Jang Seung-goo (Choi Moo-sung) with the Enfield.
An IJA soldier fires the Enfield at Seung-goo.

Lee-Enfield No. 4

The anachronistic Lee-Enfield No. 4 is used by US Marines throughout the series.

Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I - .303 British
US Marines aim their Lee-Enfield rifles for inspection in Episode 3.
Two US Marines aim their Lee-Enfield rifles at Go Ae-shin (Kim Tae-ri).
A Marine aims the rifle.
A Marine chambering a round to his Lee-Enfield rifle.
US Marines with their Lee-Enfield rifles in Episode 4.
The Lee-Enfield rifle after Jang Seung-goo stole it from the Marines.
The blacksmith (Park Sung-hoon) holding the rifle in Episode 5.
A US Marine with the Lee-Enfield slung on his back in Episode 15.
US Marines fires their rifles at Mushin Society members in Episode 22.

M1 Garand

The M1 Garand anachronistically appears and is used by Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun), Imperial Korean Army soldiers, and Police officers throughout the series.

M1 Garand - .30-06 Springfield
Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) with the M1 Garand in Episode 13.
Police officers on the right aim their rifles at Gu Dong-mae in Episode 14.
Imperial Korean Army soldiers with their M1 Garand rifles in Episode 18.
Imperial Korean Army soldiers with their rifles.
Police officers aim their rifles in Episode 22.
Two M1 Garand rifles is seen on the wall during the Battle of Namdaemun in 1907.
Imperial Korean Army soldiers with their rifles after joining the Righteous Army after the disbandment in Episode 23.
An Imperial Korean Army soldier aiming the rifle in Episode 24.
A Righteous Army militiaman with the M1 Garand slung on his back.

Mosin Nagant M1891 (Mockup)

Mockup replicas of the Mosin Nagant M1891 are used by Imperial Japanese Army soldiers, Imperial Korean Army soldiers, and several characters throughout the series.

Mosin Nagant M1891 with attachable bayonet - 7.62x54mm R
An IJA soldier aims the Mosin Nagant at Kim Hui-jin in Episode 1.
IJA officer Tsuda (Lee Jung-Hyun) holding the rifle in Episode 3.
Tsuda aims the rifle at Go Ae-shin.
Go Ae-shin (Kim Tae-ri) aims the rifle at Tsuda.
IJA soldiers with their Mosin Nagant rifles in Episode 5.
Imperial Japanese Army soldiers with their rifles.
An IJA soldier with the rifle slung on his back in Episode 23.

Mosin Nagant M91/30

An anachronistic Mosin Nagant M91/30 with a sniper scope is used by Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) and Go Ae-shin (Kim Tae-ri) throughout the series.

Mosin Nagant M91/30 with PU 3.5x sniper scope and down turned bolt handle - 7.62x54mmR
Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) aiming the Mosin Nagant in Episode 2.
A closeup.
Go Ae-shin (Kim Tae-ri) aiming the Mosin Nagant in Episode 12.
Go Ae-shin chambering a round to her rifle. A blank round is visible.
Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) helps Go Ae-shin (Kim Tae-ri) aim the Mosin Nagant.
Go Ae-shin fires the rifle.
Go Ae-shin aiming the rifle in Episode 15.
Go Ae-shin aiming the rifle in Episode 17.
Go Ae-shin holding the Mosin Nagant rifle in Episode 21.
Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mmR
Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) holding the rifle in Episode 17.
Imperial Korean Army soldiers aim their rifles in Episode 20.
Joon-young (Jang Dong-yoon) holding the Nagant rifle.
Soo-mi (Shin Soo-yeon) and Righteous Army militiamen with their Mosin Nagant rifles in Episode 24.

Winchester Model 1894

The Winchester Model 1894 is used by Go Ae-shin (Kim Tae-ri) and some characters throughout the series.

Winchester Model 1894 w/ target sights - .30-30 WCF
Go Ae-shin ejects an empty round from her Winchester Model 1894 in Episode 1.
Go Ae-shin (Kim Tae-ri) aiming the Winchester Model 1894.
Go Ae-shin fires the Winchester Model 1894 with a scope in Episode 2.
Go Ae-shin ejects an empty round.
Go Ae-shin holding the lever action rifle.
Go Ae-shin aims the rifle.
Go Ae-shin aims the rifle at Eugene Choi in Episode 5.
Go Ae-shin aims the rifle in Episode 8.
Jang Seung-goo (Choi Moo-sung) aiming the Winchester Model 1894 in Episode 9.
Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-hun) fires the lever action rifle in Episode 11.
Go Ae-shin aims the Winchester Model 1894 in Episode 20.
Hwang Eun-san (Kim Kap-soo) fires the rifle at IJA soldiers in Episode 24.

Remington Rolling Block (Mockup)

Mockup replicas of the Remington Rolling Block are used by US Marines throughout the series.

Remington Rolling Block Militarized - .45 caliber
US Marines aiming their Remington Rolling Block replica rifles at Joseon soldiers during the Battle of Ganghwa in 1871 in Episode 1.
US Marines aiming their rifles.
The Marines aim their rifles at young Jang Seung-goo (Sung Yoo-bin). The two Marines on the right are armed with Arisaka rifles.
US Marines with their rifles slung on their back.
US Marines aim their rifles at Jang Seung-goo in Episode 8.
A US Marine aims the rifle at Jang Seung-goo (Choi Moo-sung).
A Remington Rolling Block replica is seen in Episode 11.

Other

Gatling Gun (Mockup)

The Imperial Japanese Army uses a mockup of a Gatling Gun during the Battle of Namdaemun in Episode 22

Colt Gatling Gun with Bruce Feed Guide - .45-70
An IJA soldier fires the Gatling Gun.
A close-up of the Gatling Gun being fired.
A view of the Gatling Gun.

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