Namhansanseong

Namhansanseong

Namhansanseong is a movie starring Byung-Hun Lee, Yoon-Seok Kim, and Hae-il Park. In 1636, King Injo hides in the mountains to avoid being part of the Qing dynasty.

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
2 hours 20 minutes
Genres
Drama, Action, History, War
Actors
Soo Go, Hae-il Park, Yoon-Seok Kim, Byung-Hun Lee
Director
Dong-hyuk Hwang
Writer
Kim Hoon, Dong-hyuk Hwang
Country
South Korea
Year
2017
Other Titles
Utvrđenje, Tenmei no shiro, The Fortress
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about drama «Namhansanseong» (998)

Janet Douglas avatar
Janet Douglas

In 1636, King Injo hides in the mountains to avoid being part of the Qing dynasty.

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Louis

U just can't simply predict whats up next. Believe me, U can't! This movie delivers much more than i expected and i expected a lot.

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Dennis

The Fortress is a movie I watch without any feeling of boredom or impatience. I definitely recommend this!

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Patrick Mills

I didn't even know about this movie, I had sort of read media about it, but I thought it was to be a series. Well, caught the movie on TV, seen it 5 times, it is extraordinary! The storyline, the filming, the acting, what a treat!!!

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Betty M.

The movie is littered with interesting themes which adds further depth to this already amazing story.

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Douglas G.

Big, Bold, Exciting - a true triumph! I was absolutely blown away and remember thinking throughout the film - I want more of this - up until the end when I was generally sorry to be leaving the cinema.

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Ann M.

I thought this movie was very cool. I watch it again and again!

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Roger Curtis

What an incredible joyride! This movie just nailed it for me.

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Dorothy

Was actually pretty damn good. The film was good.

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Ashley Curtis

Every genre has the potential to be 'done well'... and this film meets those expectations.