- Wang Guhn : Choi Su-Jong (Jang Bogo in "EOTS" and Dae Jo Young in "Dae Jo Young") - Gung Ye : Kim Young Chul (Baron Moon in "Seoul 1945") - Kyeon Hwohn : Suh In-Suk (Yi Ui Bang in "Aow" and Taizong of Tang in "Yeon Gae So Mun")
- About Hong Guk-Young (1748-1781), powerful minister under the reign of King Jeong-jo (1776-1800).
- Another drama on Hong Guk-Young was also aired in 1991 by KBS, under the title of "Wang Do (The Royal Way)". At the time, Kim Young-Chul (actor famous with his role of Gung Ye "in EWG") played the hero role. To see p.2 of this thread.
- Empress Myung-sung : Moon Geun-Young (child), Lee Mi-Yeon (young), Choi Myung-Gil (old) - King Kojong : Lee Jun (child), Lee Jin-Woo (adult) - Daewongun (Kojong's father) : Yoo Dong-Geun (King Taejong in "Tears of the dragon) - Lady Youngbodang (Kojong's concubine) : Chung Seon-Kyung (Archifiend's wife in "AOW") - Miura Goro (Japanese diplomat) : Im Hyuk (Du Kyung-Seung in "AOW" and Dae Jung-sang in "Dae Jo Young")
Empress Myung-sung (Moon Geun-Young)
King Kojong (Lee Jun) - also played Prince Gwang-hae in IYSS
Empress Myung-sung (Lee Mi-Yeon)
Daewongun (Yoo Dong-Geun)
41) Man of the sun, Lee Jema (KBS, 2002)
- producer : Go Young-Tak - writer : Kim Hang-Myung - story teller : Yun Sun-Ju (IYSS, Hwang Jiny)
- Late 19th century. - About Lee Je-ma (1837-1900), physician in late Chosun period.
- Choi Su-Jong (EWG, EOTS, Dae Jo Young) played the title role.
Sorry, I haven't been able to visit the forum recently. I decide to close this thread, at least on my part, in the year 2002. Others know better than me about recent historical dramas. So I would like to give the "parole" to them.
From Dae Jang-geum: Sun-dol: "Are you trying to dry me up and kill me? Why do you say the same things over and over every day? Rather, come and hit me once! Aigu!" But then: Dr. Lazarus: "By Grabthar's hammer, by the suns of Warvan... You shall be avenged."
Does anyone know where I can purchase Chang Nok Soo?
I remember watching a movie when I was younger about a concubine chang nok soo who gained power because she could play an instrument beautifully but at the end was beheaded. It was such a beautiful movie. Is it the same as "King's Woman" or is the title "Chang nok soo"?
Hi, Bo. I've been far away from Korean historical dramas. This thread really has benn stayed witout update. It's only recently that I watched some historicals when I was in Korea, but sporadically and fragmentarily...
In my parents' home, I could see few episodes, on cable TV, of Emperor Wang Guhn in which Monsieur Choi Soo Jong just became emperor, of Chang Nok Soo in which Queen Insu forced her daughter-in-law to suicide, or Chang Nok Soo became powerful, and of King and Queen in which Prince Suyang's supporters demanded to kill Prince Geum-seong(Sejong's 5th or 6th son) along with Hye-bin (King Sejong's consort)... I don't see yet the whole episode of GKS. On the other hand, I find Six Martyred Ministers, north korean historical production is interesting.
sweetd23. I'm sorry that I cannot answer your question. I have no idea of that movie.