Melodramatic and over the top. Even being a war film, it has more in common with John Woo heroic bloodshed.
Liam Neeson as Douglas McArthur is goddamn badass, as long you don’t think about it much.
This is a period nearly erased from (popular) American history. Vietnam left a mark that erased this one.
It’s telling this was a South Korean production, there aren’t that many films set/about the Korean war. There ones tagged on IMDb with “korean-war” are either barely related or propaganda pieces produced during the war itself.