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Talk:Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War

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Is this page done? It still says "work in progress" at the bottom. --Funkychinaman 14:57, 23 June 2012 (CDT)

thanks for reminding me. It's been a busy season MoviePropMaster2008
I wasn't sure. It's very thorough as is. --Funkychinaman 18:09, 23 June 2012 (CDT)
I'd love to see this page finished. It's a crying shame more media hasn't been made about the Korean War. --Mazryonh (talk) 04:13, 5 April 2013 (EDT)

Page reorganized.

I've reorganized the page to a more current format. Hopefully someone else will be able to fill in the missing information on the vehicles and anachronisms featured in this film (MPM I hope you're reading this). There really should be more films featuring this "Forgotten War," including ones about the non-Korean forces (the director most likely limited the film to depicting Koreans to emphasize the "brother-against-brother" nature of the war, but that really does no justice to the international effort the Allies put into Korea only to sign an armistice and saddle the world with North Korea, the pariah/rogue state, for the next 50+ years). --Mazryonh (talk) 18:40, 10 April 2013 (EDT)

Improvised weapons

These improvised incendiary grenades are used during the brothers' first mission, after their unit finds itself in dire straits and decide to attack against all odds.

South Korean commandos use Molotov cocktails to set North Korean ammo depots ablaze during a night attack.

Extra caps

Work in progress.....


Page Update Overdue

For years the "Continuity error" exclusive part on this page has bugged me because after watching this movie since it's release in 2004 and since IMFDB's foundation, that part of the scene in the Pyongyang battle sequence is in fact not a continuity error at all but a simple quick flow of action scene transition. Basically the scene started with PFC Young-Man (Hyung-jin Gong) firing his M1 Garand with SGT Lee Jin-Tae on his right with the next scene of a ROK Private firing his M1 Carbine with another ROK Private firing his M1918A2 BAR, possibly squad member Tae-Soo. User:MrJDK9412 (talk 15:50, 7 July 2022 (AEST)

PFC Yong-man (Hyung-jin Gong) in the Pyongyang battle sequence has an M1 Garand, but the next scene is just a ROK soldier with a M1 Carbine because the movie is keeping an action paced scene showcasing the battle portrayed in real life.

PFC Yong-man has an M1 Garand in this shot...
... but in the next one shows a ROK soldier firing an M1 Carbine on the left of the image instead.

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