ASHFALL – Review

Ashfall‘ tells the story of a group of people who set out to stop the last eruption of Mount Baekdu, which would be strong enough to wipe out North and South Korea.

Tense ! Games Online dan Offline That’s the phrase that is able to describe the situation of Korea Seasarana after the first eruption of Mount Baekdu. The streets were destroyed and cracked, skyscrapers collapsed, and crowds of people were about to seek help. It’s mixed.

The next eruption is predicted to be with greater force, making South Koreans panic and urging the government to evacuate. Being under pressure and having to make difficult decisions The South Korean government is more concerned with the best for its people. They must find the best solution for the surrounding community.

A geology professor who happens to be studying Mt. Baekdu, Kang Bong Rae (Ma Dong Seok) is trusted to find a solution. Based on his research, he has a very difficult method. However, alas, all that must be made to reduce the eruption of Mount Baekdu next.

To ensure the plan, the Professor is assisted by Jeon Yoo Kyung (Jeon Hye Jin), one of the President’s secretaries. However, the key to all strategies to reduce the eruption of this mountain rests on the shoulders of Captain Jo In chang (Ha Jung Woo). He was given the task of rejoining the special forces he had to be willing to leave his wife, Choi Ji Young (Bae Suzy) who was pregnant for the sake of a mission is very dangerous. Captain Jo In Chang also had to meet with Lee Jeon Pyeong (Lee Byung Hun), one of the people who knew very well how the best weapons could be used to cushion the eruption of Mount Baekdu. What secret weapon does Professor Kang Bong Rae have? Is it true to use nuclear warheads to stop the activities of Mount Baekdu?

Is this the only way to do it when the South Korean government is under pressure to save its citizens?

This film involves a lot of complexity of problems which will then spur the audience’s adrenaline, also carried away in a tense atmosphere. There are names of two directors Lee Hae Jun and Kim Byung Seo who created this film. Plus, the presence of actors such as Lee Byung Hun, Ma Dong Seok aka Don Lee, Ha Jung Woo, Bae Suzy, and Jeon Hye Jin.


Not only action, this film is also able to display a very thrilling picture of the thriller. The complexity of how to blow up a mountain with a nuclear warhead plus have to make difficult decisions between one plot and another story plot is able to trigger the adrenaline of the audience.

The relationship between Captain Jo In Chang and Lee Jeon Pyeong presented throughout the film is a plus. Chirps that were thrown by the two with a flat expression, able to make the audience give a smile in the midst of rising adrenaline. Both are able to display chemistry based on conflict in the plot of the story.

Korean film without drama? It tastes bland. Bae Suzy’s appearance is getting more and more attention? As a supporting actor, this one actress turned out to be able to play a good role as Choi Ji Young, a wife of Captain Jo In Chang.

The audience will be pitied to see Choi Ji Young who is pregnant experiencing severe events during the eruption of Mount Baekdu.

One more strength that is very fitting of this film is the personal relationship of the characters played by Tantara Ma Dong Seok and Jeon Hye Jin who are very strong, although their portion in this film is not as much as Lee Byung Hyun and Ha Jung Woo. Really a good line of players.

Seeing the combination of unexpected story ideas, players, and unusual visual effects, it is no exaggeration if the Ashfall films are aligned with natural disaster themed films.

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