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[Spoiler] "Jeong Do-jeon" Park Young-gyu changes the Koryo diplomatic policy

2014/01/12 | 400 views | Permalink | Source

Park Young-gyu's scheme changed the diplomatic policy of the Koryo.

On the KBS 1TV drama "Jeong Do-jeon" on the 12th, the story took place after the envoys of the Ming Dynasty were murdered by the escorts.

Previously, Jeong Do-jeon (Cho Jae-hyun) requested Queen Myeong-deok to let the Ming Dynasty know of the death of the late king. However, this was a difficult situation as Lee In-im and the powerful families were worried they would be blamed by the Emperor of the Ming Dynasty.

Meanwhile, Lee In-im didn't prevent the envoys being sent to the Ming Dynasty under Choi Yeong's (Seo In-suk) request. He made the message come back by killing them.

Jeong Do-jeon read Lee In-im's intentions at once. Lee In-im's scheme changed the diplomatic policies altogether.

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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