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Northern Limit Line (Korean: 연평해전) is a 2015 South Korean war film, directed by Kim Hak-soon. It is based on the true events of the Second Battle of Yeonpyeong in June 2002, a conflict in the Yellow Sea near Yeonpyeong Island, between the North Korean navy (Korean People's Navy) and South Korean navy (ROK Navy) patrol boats. During the battle, 1 patrol boat was sunk, 6 men killed, 19 wounded for the ROK Navy, whereas 1 patrol boat was seriously damaged, 13 men killed, and 25 wounded for the KPN.
The following weapons were used in the film Northern Limit Line:
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The Daewoo K5 appears as sidearm of Lieutenant Yoon Young-ha (Kim Mu-yeol). It also appears in a flashback scene of a young Yoon Doo-ho (Sunwoo Jae-duk), the father of Lieutenant Yoon. The flashback scene that it appears in is based on an actual incident that occurred on June 29, 1970.
In a flashback, Lieutenant Yoon Doo-ho (Sunwoo Jae-duk
) aims a K5 pistol at a North Korean spy.
Another view of the K5 Pistol in same scene.
Lieutenant Yoon Young-ha (Kim Mu-yeol
) aims a K5 Pistol at Lieutenant Commander Lee Dae-joon and some North Korean spies who were trying to recon ahead of a conflict.
Side view of Lieutenant Yoon's holding the K5 Pistol.
In a combat scene a K5 Pistol is in Lieutenant Yoon's holster when he is been shot by a KPN sniper.
The Type 68, a North Korean version of TT, is used by KPN Lieutenant Commander Lee Dae-joon (Park Jeong-hak).
Type 68 pistol, a copy of the TT-33, used by the KPA (Korean People Army) - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A Type 68 Pistol next to the dead body of Lieutenant Commander Lee Dae-joon (Park Jeong-hak
Daewoo K1As appear as the standard issue rifle of ROKMC military policemen.
Daewoo K1A1 - .223 Remington
A ROKMC military policeman with a Daewoo K1A while checking Hospitalman Park Dong-hyuk's (Lee Hyun-woo
) credentials at the 2nd Fleet Headquarters.
A ROKMC military policeman with a K1A.
Daewoo K2s appear as the main service rifle of ROK Navy patrol boat crewmen. The usual main service rifle of the ROK Navy is the M16A1, but South Korean patrol boat crewmen are issued the more modern K2 rifle since they serve as the spearhead of the ROK Navy.
Daewoo K2 Assault rifle - 5.56x45mm NATO
South Korean patrol boat crewmen aiming a K2 at Lieutenant Commander Lee Dae-joon and North Korean spies.
South Korean patrol boat crewmen armed with K2s release captive North Koreans.
A close-up view of a K2 being used by a South Korean sailor in a drill scene.
South Korean crewmen firing the K2 in a combat scene.
Another view of a South Korean sailor firing a K2 in a combat scene.
A close-up view of a South Korean sailor with a K2 in a combat scene.
Republic of Korea Marine Corps with a Folded stock K2.
A ROK marine carrying wounded soldiers
In a 1970s flashback scene of a young Yoon Doo-ho, the M16A1 appears as the service rifle for 1970s ROK Navy patrol boat crewmen.
Colt M16A1 with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
1970s ROK Navy patrol boat crewmen armed with M16A1s.
AKMs appear as the main service rifle of Korean People's Navy patrol boat crewmen, along with the AK-74.
AKM, Stamped Steel Receiver w/ slant muzzle brake - 7.62x39mm
A KPN patrol boat crewman armed with an AKM.
KPN patrol boat crewmen armed with AKMs.
AK-74s appear as the main service rifle of Korean People's Navy patrol boat crewmen, alog with the AKM.
A KPN patrol boat crewman firing an AK-74 in a combat scene.
A KPN patrol boat crewman running with his AK-74.
Another KPN patrol boat crewman firing an AK-74.
A KPN sniper uses camouflaged SVD Dragunov as his main weapon.
SVD Dragunov sniper rifle - 7.62x54mm R
A KPN sniper aiming an SVD Dragunov.
A frontal view of a KPN sniper with an SVD Dragunov.
A KPN sniper shot down by Hospitalman Park's M60.
In the battle's aftermath, an SVD Dragunov is seen next to the North Korean sniper's dead body.
M60 machine guns appear mounted on a ROK Navy patrol boat.
M60 GPMG - 7.62x51mm NATO
South Korean sailors manning a boat-mounted M60 machine gun in a drill scene.
A close-up view of a South Korean sailor manning an M60 in a drill scene.
South Korean sailors mount an M60 on their boat while moored at the 2nd Fleet Headquarters.
South Korean sailors firing an M60 in a combat scene.
Another view of the M60 in the combat scene.
A side view of South Korean sailors firing an M60, showing the muzzle flash.
In the film's climax, an enraged Hospitalman Park Dong-hyuk (Lee Hyun-woo
) fires an M60.
ZB vz. 39 Machine Gun
A ZB vz. 39 appears as machine gun used by North Korean sailors on a KPN patrol boat, probably standing-in for the Type 73 Light Machine Gun.
ZB 39 Light Machine Gun, the last version of ZB-26 that incorporates some features of Bren.
A KPN machine gunner firing a ZB26.
North Korean sailors reloading a ZB-26.