Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Take-Down – Missions in Korea is a South Korean-made PC game release on July, 2001. The game is not based on the Rainbow Six game timeline since the game was not released outside of South Korea and was only made by Kama Digital Entertainment for the South Korean gaming market with major content difference and the game's events in South Korean soil.
It had been announced on a press conference on February 5, 2001 that the game would be released back on June, 2001. Despite promises from Red Storm Entertainment that the game will meet an international release, it has not been released in North America, Europe and other continents aside from South Korea as of 2007.
The gameplay is similar to Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear
Major differences in the game include 15 South Korean RAINBOW operatives, 26 game maps, 4 RAINBOW uniforms and 15 firearms, some of which showcase South Korean-made weapons like the Daewoo K2 assault rifle and the Daewoo K3 light machine gun.
Only 5 non-South Korean operatives had remained in the game, including Ding Chavez and Eddie Price.
The game has its events placed between Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear Urban Operations and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear Covert Ops Essentials. As such, its considered to be set in an alternate timeline where the events of Coverts Ops Essentials and other subsequent titles after Urban Operations never took place.
RAINBOW gets summoned by South Korean officials to be deployed in South Korea in the year 2003 after a rash of criminal and terrorist activities takes place in South Korean soil, starting with a terrorist group named ATX taking several civilians hostage. As more and more missions continued to be placed under RAINBOW's watch, RAINBOW intelligence gets wind of a criminal plot by a Japanese yakuza group to expand their activities in South Korea from Japan. To do this, ATX and other criminal and terrorist groups are used in order to distract South Korean security forces from finding out their true motives.