JAG (1995–2005)

The Bridge at Kang So Ri 

In Korea during the Korean War 23 Koreans died due to gunfire by US soldiers. The civilian press in the USA has refreshed accusations of an unjustified massacre. Harm, Mac, and others fly to Seoul to investigate; a hijacking interferes.


Ian Toynton


Donald P. Bellisario (created by), Ed Zuckerman | 1 more credit »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David James Elliott ... Harmon Rabb, Jr.
Catherine Bell ... Sarah MacKenzie
Patrick Labyorteaux ... Bud Roberts, Jr.
John M. Jackson ... A.J. Chegwidden
Steven Culp ... Special Agent Clayton Webb
Richard Herd ... Charlie Hoskins
Alexandra Bokyun Chun ... Solla Jong (as Bokyun Chun)
Paul Vincent O'Connor ... General Zachary Wolfe
Cindy Ambuehl ... Rene Peterson
Art Chudabala ... Kwan Kun-Tae
Ron Yuan ... Lee Kun-Tae
François Chau ... Kin Ku (as Francois Chau)
Jim Wise ... Mickey Gallo
Michael Ryan Way ... Oceanic Airline Pilot Captain Bill Amstead
Chad Brannon ... Young Hoskins


In Korea during 1950, during the Korean War, 23 Koreans died due to gunfire by US soldiers when the Koreans failed and refused to obey when ordered to halt and to not cross a bridge. The civilian press in the USA has refreshed accusations of an unjustified massacre. Harm, Mac, an Army general, and a veteran of that war fly to Seoul to investigate; Renee and her crew go on the same flight. While en route a group of North Korean activists hijack the aircraft and divert it toward their own homeland; the NK government forbids the bird to enter their airspace. The hijackers then conduct a kangaroo court while aloft. Harm plays a major role in getting them all to South Korea. Written by DocRushing

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Though this episode was based on recent (2001) revelations that Korean civilians were killed by US artillery and air attacks, the 1952 film "One Minute To Zero" also depicted being killed by American weapons. See more »


When Harm dodges the missile, the right inboard engine (number three) is hit and catches fire. Harm then pulls the fire switch for the fourth engine. This would have shut down the outboard engine while leaving the inboard on fire. With both right engines out, the 747 would be almost impossible to fly much less land. See more »


Bud: [Bud mumbles then writes something down] Why are we in an interrogation room?
Special Agent Clayton Webb: Oh, this isn't a interrogation room. It's a reception room.
[Bud looks around and notices a mirror, goes over to the mirror and starts looking at it suspecting that there are other agents behind it]
Special Agent Clayton Webb: It's a mirror, lieutenant.
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Edited from Executive Decision (1996) See more »

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29 February 2000 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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