The Fortress

(2017)

Overview

Ancient Korea, 17th century. The powerful Khan of the Jurchen tribe of Manchuria, who fights the Ming dinasty to gain China, becomes the first ruler of the Qing dinasty and demands from King In-jo of Joseon to bow before him; but he refuses, being loyal to the Mings. On December 14th, 1636, the Qing horde invades Joseon, so King In-jo and his court shelter in the mountain fortress of Namhan and prepare to defend the kingdom.

  1. Hwang Dong-hyuk

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Kim Hoon

    Novel

Top Billed Cast

  1. Lee Byung-hun

    Lee Byung-hun

    Choe Myeong-gil

  2. Kim Yoon-seok

    Kim Yoon-seok

    Kim Sang-heon

  3. Park Hae-il

    Park Hae-il

    King In-jo

  4. Go Soo

    Go Soo

    Seo Nal-soe

  5. Park Hee-soon

    Park Hee-soon

    Lee Si-baek

Full Cast & Crew

The Fortress
The Fortress

Facts

Original Title 남한산성

Status Released

Release Information

  • October 20, 2017
    NR
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    No rating information.

Original Language Korean

Runtime 2h 20m

Budget -

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