As such, Yi is a revered national hero in Korea, and very respected in Japan for his strategy that defeated the Japanese navy against overwhelming odds.
I love war movies, so I was really excited to see this, especially since it had been getting such rave reviews in the Korean media.
As far as other war films outside of Korea, I liked Platoon, All’s Quiet on the Western Front, Saving Private Ryan, Joyeux Noel, Full Metal Jacket, and Inglourious Basterds.
I’ll get to what it is about these films that I really liked later.
There’s one guy in there that looks sneaky and evil just from the way he looks and speaks. I’m a fan of analogies, and if you saw the World War II film Inglourious Basterds, there are several scenes completely in German or French.