“Those Who Cross the Line” will be expanded by 100 minutes to mark the anniversary of the Korean War.
MBC’s entertainment program “Those Who Cross the Line: Master-X” (directed by Han Seung-hoon, hereinafter “Those Who Cross the Line”), which will air at 9:05 p.m. on the 27th, will embark on another meaningful learning trip to mark the anniversary of the Korean War. “The Fairies,” which will air on June 27, will feature “History X Hero,” and will be expanded to 100 minutes to visit viewers. Jeon Hyun-moo, Kim Jong-min, Yoo Byung-jae, Shim Yong-hwan and Kim Sang-wook will tell the story of the war with hidden heroes who changed the history of the Korean War.
The broadcast on this day introduces the history of the Korean War, which is a little unfamiliar to us. The first battleship “Baekdu Mountain,” which was deployed to the Battle of the Korean Strait on June 25, 1950, draws attention to the dramatic story of entering Korea a day before the outbreak of the war. The historical scene of ‘The Fairies’ over the sea of the Battle of the Korean Strait makes the heart grand.
In addition, behind the success of the Incheon Landing Operation, which we know well, is the performance of the hidden heroes, “17 die-hard squad.” History master Shim Yong-hwan tells the story by saying, “There was the last bullet whose fate was at stake in their engagement,” and Kim Jong-min said, “I hope it will be made into a movie.” “It’s more like a movie than a movie.” It raises questions about what kind of fierce skirmishes there were before the Incheon Landing Operation.
In addition, “Those Who Cross the Line” will convey the Korean War more vividly with stories from the “living history” characters who experienced the war. Throughout the learning trip, Jeon Hyun-moo, Kim Jong-min, and Yoo Byung-jae said, “I didn’t know these heroes existed. Why didn’t we know?” “There wasn’t a hero I knew. “I will not forget them. I will remember them.” Expectations soar for what hidden heroes will be introduced in the main broadcast.
“Those Who Cross the Line”, which has established a new genre of historical entertainment, has popularized history that can be difficult and attracted solid support from viewers. In the new season “Master-X,” collaborations in various fields, including history, psychology, science, and art, provide a wider and deeper look at history. MBC’s “Those Who Cross the Line: Master-X” Korean War “History X Hero” special will air for 100 minutes from 9:05 p.m. on the 27th.
[Star Today reporter Kim So-yeon]
photo courtesy of | MBC
[ⓒmottokorea All rights reserved]