26 Years 2012

26 Years 2012

26 years ago, state troops were ordered to open fire on civilians in the city of Gwangju who were demonstrating as apart of a democratic movement. Thousands of civilians were killed.

Now, a shooter from the national team, a gang member, a policeman, CEO from a large company and director of a private security outfit get involved in a plan to convict the person responsible for the massacre that occurred during the Gwangju Democratization Movement.

Kwak Jin-Bae (Jin Goo) is a gang member who lost his father in the Gwangju Democratization Movement. He wants to get revenge. Shim Mi-Jin (Han Hye-Jin) is a shooter from the national team. She is the shooter for the covert team. Policeman Kwon Jung-Hyuk (Im Seul-Ong) lost his family in the Gwangju Democratization Movement. He is now responsible for the cars that have access to the ex-president’s house.


  1. Movie is based off the Korean comic “26 Years.”
  2. As of October 8, 2008 “26 Years” has been halted due to financing issues. Since the movie is centered around a sensitive real life situation fanciers have been reluctant to back this project. Chungeorahm Films has committed to financing 50% of the movie, but the filmmakers are now looking for additional funding. Actors have finished the script reading portion of the film making process.
  3. Original cast members were Kim Ah-JoongRyoo Seung-BumJin GooJoo Jin-MoHan Sang-JinCheon Ho-Jin and Byun Hee-Bong and movie was to be directed Lee Hae-Young.
  4. As of January 6, 2012 “26 Years” is going back into pre-production phase with Kwon Chil-In selected as the movie’s new director.
  5. March 16, 2012, movie has been again postponed.
  6. Production has resumed with director Jo Keun-Hyun now directing the film. Filming began July 19, 2012.
  7. Filming finished October 10, 2012.

Status: Completed
Episode: Movie
Source: Netflix WEB-Rip
Resulation: 1280×544 / 1920×816
Video codec: x264 (Hi10P)
Audio format: Japan AAC – FLAC

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