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Duty After School

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Duty After School
방과 후 전쟁활동
Banggwa hu jeonjaenghwaldong
Promotional poster
Country South Korean flag.jpg South Korea
Language Korean
Channel TVING (South Korea)
Creator Ha Il-kwon (original webcomic)
Broadcast 2023
No. of Episodes 10
Main Cast
Character Actor
Lee Chun-ho Shin Hyun-soo
Kim Won-bin Lee Soon-won
Park Eun-young Im Se-mi
Yeon Bo-ra Kwon Eun-bin
Kim Chi-yeol Kim Ki-hae

Duty After School (Korean title: 방과 후 전쟁활동, Banggwa hu jeonjaenghwaldong; lit. "After School War Activities") is a 2023 South Korean coming-of-age sci-fi television series. The series takes place during an alien invasion on Earth, and follows the senior students of Sungjin High School's Class 3-2 as they are conscripted into the Republic of Korea Army by a national defense order to fight in the war against the aliens (known as the "spheres" due to their default form) in exchange for extra credit on their college applications.

The following weapons were used in the television series Duty After School:



Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS is incorrectly shown as the standard sidearm of the Republic of Korea Armed Forces, which actually uses the Daewoo K5.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Lt. Col. Park Young-il (Sung Ji-ru) aims his 92 at a group of protesting students in "School Escape" (E03).
Lt. Col. Yoon Bum-sun points his 92 at Lt. Lee Choon-ho (Shin Hyun-Soo).
A 92 inside a locker in a prison in "For Whom the Bell Tolls" (E09).
A prisoner (Nam Jin-bok) aims the 92 at No Ae-seol (Lee Yeon).

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch UMP45

The Heckler & Koch UMP45 is used by Yeon Bo-ra (Kwon Eun-bin).

Heckler & Koch UMP45 with RIS rail - .45 ACP
Yeon Bo-ra (Kwon Eun-bin) firing her UMP45 in "Disagreement Among Classmates" (E07). Note that there's tape wrapped around the magazine.
Bo-ra fires the UMP from a motorcycle.
Bo-ra firing the UMP.
Bo-ra with the UMP in "Prisoners at Yongwon Penitentiary" (E08).
Bo-ra loads the UMP in "For Whom the Bell Tolls" (E09). She is incorrectly depicted loading 5.56x45mm rounds into the UMP's magazine; no officially produced variants of the UMP45 can fire 5.56x45mm.
Bo-ra's UMP on the ground.
A prisoner (Park Gun) aims Bo-ra's UMP.
The prisoner aims the UMP at a fellow inmate (Nam Jin-bok).
A wounded No Ae-seol (Lee Yeon) holds the deceased Bo-ra's UMP after fatally shooting Kook Young-soo in "End of the War" (E10).

Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW

The Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW is used by Kim Deok-joong (Woo Min-kyu).

Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW - 9x19mm
Kim Deok-joong (Woo Min-kyu) racks his MP5 in "Disagreement Among Classmates" (E07). He is depicted manually riding the charging handle forward, which may not cause the rollers to lock properly, thus preventing the gun from firing.
Deok-joong holding his MP5K-PDW.
Deok-joong fires the MP5 into a group of spheres.
Deok-joong holding the MP5.
Deok-joong with the MP5 in "Prisoners at Yongwon Penitentiary" (E08).
Deok-joong aiming the MP5 in "End of the War" (E10).

Brügger & Thomet APC9 K PRO

Yeon Bo-ra (Kwon Eun-bin) briefly uses an airsoft Brügger & Thomet APC9 K PRO while playing a carnival shooting gallery game in "End of the War" (E10).

Brügger & Thomet APC9 K PRO - 9x19mm
Bo-ra holds the airsoft APC9.
Bo-ra fires the airsoft APC9.

Assault Rifles

Colt Model 603K

The students of Class 3-2's standard-issue rifle is the Colt Model 603K (a variant of the Colt M16A1 license-made in South Korea), replacing the Daewoo K2 that they used in the original webcomic. Regardless of its actual model, the rifle is still referred to as an M16 throughout the series.

Colt Model 603K/South Korean contract M16A1 with round forward assist - 5.56x46mm NATO
As Kim Chi-yeol (Kim Ki-hae) aims the rifle in "Military Training Begins" (E02), a close-up of the rifle's receiver is given. "대한민국" (Daehanminguk, "Great Korean Republic/Republic of Korea") markings can be seen on the receiver, as well as fire selector options in Korean.
Chi-yeol (Kim Ki-hae) fires the rifle at a shooting range.
Lee Na-ra slots in the rifle's bolt carrier in an assembly drill.
Multiple students aiming their M603s in "School Escape" (E03).
Kim Yoo-jung (Yeo Joo-ha) and Lee Na-ra (Choi Moon-hee) with their M603s.
The students of Class 3-2 (now 2nd platoon reserves) with their rifles in "Will We Ever Go Home?" (E05).
Hong Joon-hee (Oh Se-eun) and Park So-yoon (Kim Jung-lan) holding their M603s after shooting some spheres.
Jo Jang-soo (Yoon Jong-bin) fires his M603 at the spheres.
Lee Na-ra (Choi Moon-hee) holding an M603 equipped with Schmidt & Bender scope in "Fight or Flight" (E06).
An unhinged Kook Young-soo (Ahn Do-kyu) opens fire on his classmates in "End of the War" (E10).

Extra - Parts poster

As the students practice disassembling and reassembling their M16s in "Military Training Begins" (E02), a poster depicting the rifle's parts can be seen attached to the classroom's blackboard.
A close-up of the poster.

Colt M16A1

Some of the students of Sungjin High School are also seen with the original Colt M16A1 throughout the series.

Colt M16A1 with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
A deceased student's severed hand grips their M16 in "Military Training Begins" (E02). Colt-branded markings can be seen on the rifle's receiver.
Hong Joon-hee (Oh Se-eun) holds an M16A1 in "Become the Villain" (E04). Of note is that she is usually seen with the Colt Model 603K instead of the original M16A1; this scene being the sole exception.
Woo Hee-rak (Hong Sa-bin) holds his M16A1 in "Prisoners at Yongwon Penitentiary" (E08). More Colt-brand markings can be seen on his rifle's receiver.
Hee-rak holds his M16A1 in "End of the War" (E10).
Promotional image of Do Soo-chul (Kim Min-chul) with an M16A1.

Norinco CQ Model 311-1

The Norinco CQ Model 311-1, an unlicensed Chinese clone of the Colt M16A1 is also used by the students of Sungjin High School throughout the series.

Norinco CQ M311-1/Chinese unlicensed M16 - 5.56x46mm NATO
Yeon Bo-ra (Kwon Eun-bin) uses the CQ M311-1 while practicing a dry fire drill in "Military Training Begins" (E02). The Norinco M16's unique markings can be seen on her rifle's receiver.
Bo-ra fires the Norinco at the school shooting range.
Kim Yoo-Jung (Yeo Joo-ha) fires her Norinco; note the lack of notches on the fire selector.
Yoo Ha-na (Hwang Se-in) firing her Norinco.
Park So-yoon (Kim Jung-lan) helping carry an injured Cha So-yeon (Shin Soo-hyun) in "Become the Villain" (E04). Norinco-brand markings are also visible on her rifle.

Daewoo K2

The Daewoo K2 is the standard rifle of the Republic of Korea Armed Forces in the series and is also used by the students, albeit in a reduced role from the original webcomic.

Daewoo K2 - 5.56x45mm NATO
Maj. Gen. Choi Yong-sik (Kim Won-hae) fires the K2 at a sphere in "Question the Spheres" (E01).
Park Eun-young (Lim Se-mi) fires the K2 at a group of approaching spheres in "Military Training Begins" (E02).
Lt. Lee Choon-ho (Shin Hyun-soo) holding his K2 after shooting some spheres in "School Escape" (E03).
Sgt. Kim Won-bin (Lee Soon-won) aiming his K2.
Jo Jang-soo (Yoon Jong-bin) with a K2.
Lee Na-ra (Choi Moon-hee) with a K2.
Lt. Choon-ho and a group of soldiers aim their K2s at a group of approaching spheres.
Soldiers firing their K2s at a group of spheres.
Na-ra holds the K2 after shooting some spheres.
Sgt. Kim aims his K2 in "Will We Ever Go Home?" (E05).

AK-105-Type Carbine

Lee Na-ra (Choi Moon-hee) briefly uses an airsoft AK-105 lookalike while playing a carnival shooting gallery game in "End of the War" (E10). It has a TDI Arms railed handguard and adjustable Crane stock. It also has a smooth top cover as the AK-105 would come with, but has a fixed stock style receiver.

Customized AK-105 "Alpha AK" - 5.45x39mm
Na-ra poses with the airsoft AK as Deok-joong introduces her before the game starts.
Na-ra fires the airsoft AK.

Sniper Rifles

Knight's Armament SR-25

Lee Na-ra (Choi Moon-hee) is also seen using the Knight's Armament SR-25.

Knight's Armament SR-25 with suppressor and Harris bipod - 7.62x51mm NATO
Lee Na-ra (Choi Moon-hee) fires her SR-25 at a group of spheres in "Disagreement Among Classmates" (E07).
Na-ra firing the SR-25.
Na-ra holding the rifle.
Na-ra cleans the SR-25.
Na-ra with the SR-25 in "Prisoners at Yongwon Penitentiary" (E08).
Na-ra picks up the SR-25 in "End of the War" (E10).
Na-ra aiming the rifle.
Promotional image of Lee Na-ra (Choi Moon-hee) with an SR-25.


Saab Bofors Dynamics AT4

The Republic of Korea Armed Forces are seen using the Saab Bofors Dynamics AT4.

M136 AT4 fitted with night sight mounting bracket and AN/PVS-4 night-vision scope - 84mm
A soldier holds an AT4 in "Question the Spheres" (E01).
A soldier aims the AT4 at a sphere.


PUBG: Battlegrounds

Jang Young-hoon (Ro Jong-hyun) is seen playing PUBG: Battlegrounds in "Question the Spheres" (E01). His character can be seen firing a Heckler & Koch HK416 while carrying a customized QBU-88. Wang Tae-man (Moon Sang-min) also makes a reference to PUBG in the same episode when he mentions that he wished to be given a Kar98k instead of the standard-issue M16. Despite his purported expertise on the rifle, the nearly century-old Kar98 severely lacks in performance compared to the more recent and technologically-advanced M16A1, especially in a war against aliens.

Young-hoon's in-game character is seen with a custom QBU-88 on their back.
The character fires the 416.

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