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[Spoiler] Added episodes 39 and 40 captures for the Korean drama "King Geunchogo"

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Added episodes 39 and 40 captures for the Korean drama "King Geunchogo"

"King Geunchogo" (2010)

Directed by Kim Yeong-jo, Yoon Chang-beom

Written by Jeong Seong-hee, Yoo Seung-ryeol

Network : KBS

With Kam Woo-seong, Kim Ji-soo, Lee Jong-won, Lee Ji-hoon, Ahn Jae-mo, Lee Se-eun,...

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Also known as "The King of Legend"
70 episodes - Sat, Sun 21:40
Synospis
Do you know about King Geunchogo?

People who have climbed Mt. Baekdu say they feel angry. The sacred mountain of the Korean people is divided in half -- one half called Mt. Jangbaek belongs to China.

China's historical distortions, as evidenced by such, is nothing new. History as recorded by the Chinese is thoroughly distorted from the winner's perspective and Korea has been a victim of this tyranny for at least 1,500 years.

Then why is China bent on distorting Korean history? Is it because of the tomb tablet of the Korean king Gwanggaeto the Great located in Jilin Province?

Who is the king mentioned in the Chinese record that says, "A king has come from Baekje (a Korean dynasty) (百濟到來之王)".

This king is not Gwanggaeto but Baekje's King Geunchogo, who seized and ruled a Chinese region at least 60 years ahead of Gwanggaeto.

Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2010/11/06

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