1/06/2010

Queen Seon Deok in Kecanduan



hahaha....pasti udah tau donk ni film yang sekarang diputar disalah satu televisi swasta ni film sukses besar di beberapa negara antara lain korea,jepang,china, singpore,thailand, vietnam, malaysia, dan indonesia....kesuksesan besar film ni ga luput dari hasil kerja keras tim dan para pemainnya...

ini dia sypnosis n nama para pemainya.....

Title : Queen Seon Duk
Genre: Historical, period
Episodes: 62
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2009-May-25 to to 2009-Dec-22
Air time: Monday & Tuesdays 21:55

Synopsis

King Jinpyeong did not have any sons to name as a successor to his throne. Thus he named his eldest daughter, Princess Duk Man, to be his successor. The drama will be about the life of Princess Duk Man who was later known as Queen Seon Duk, the first Queen of Silla.

Cast

Lee Yo Won as Princess Duk Man / later Queen Seon Duk
Nam Ji Hyun as Young Princess Duk Man
Ko Hyun Jung as Lady Mi Shil
UEE as young Mi Shil
Uhm Tae Woong as Kim Yoo Shin
Lee Hyun Woo as young Kim Yoo Shin

Extended Cast

Jo Min Ki as King Jinpyeong (Duk Man’s father)
Baek Jong Min as young Jinpyeong
Kang San as child Jinpyeong
Yoon Yoo Sun as lady Ma Ya (Duk Man’s mother; King Jinyeong’s wife)
Park Soo Jin as young Ma Ya
Park Ye Jin as Princess Chun Myung (King Jinpyeong’s 2nd daughter; Kim Yong Soo’s wife)
Shin Se Kyung as young Princess Chun Myung
Seo Young Hee as So Hwa
Park Jung Chul as Kim Yong Soo (King Jinji’s eldest son)
Do Yi Sung as Kim Yong Choon (King Jinji’s 2nd son)
Yoo Seung Ho as Kim Chun Chu (Kim Yong Soo’s and Princess Chun Myung’s son)
Park Eun Bin as Bo Rang (Mi Shil’s granddaughter; Bo Jong’s daughter; Kim Chun Chu’s wife)
Jung Hye Sun as lady Man Ho (Jinpyeong and Man Myeong’s mother)
Shin Goo as Eul Je
Im Ye Jin as lady Man Myeong (Jipyeong’s sister; Kim Seo Hyun’s wife)
Jung Ho Bin as Moon No (the 8th leader of Hwarang Warriors)
Im Ho as King Jinji (cameo, ep1)
Lee Soon Jae as King Jin Heung (cameo, ep1)
Kim Nam Gil as Bi Dam (King Jinji and Mi Shil’s son)
Park Ji Bin as young Bi Dam (ep 31)
Jung Woong In as Mi Saeng (Mi Shil’s younger brother; the 10th leader of Hwarang Warriors)
Dok Go Young Jae as Se Jong (Mi Shil’s husband; the 6th leader of Hwarang Warriors)
Jun Noh Min as Seol Won (Mi Shil’s lover; the 7th leader of Hwarang Warriors)
Kim Jung Hyun as Ha Jong (Mi Shil and Se Jong’s son; the 11th leader of Hwarang Warriors)
Baek Do Bin as Bo Jong (Mi Shil and Seol Won’s son)
Kwak Jung Wook as young Bo Jong
Qri (
큐리) as Young Mo (Mi Shil’s daughter; Kim Yoo Shin’s wife)
Ahn Kil Kang as Chil Sook
Song Ok Sook as Seo Ri
Kang Sung Pil as San Tak
Kim Dong Soo as Hyeop Seong
Jung Sung Mo as Kim Seo Hyun (Kim Yoo Shin’s father)
Lee Moon Shik as Jook Bong
Ryu Dam as Go Do
Jung Ho Geun as Seol Ji
Joo Sang Wook as Wol Ya
Moon Ji Yoon as Si Yeol
Shin Tae Hoon (
신태훈) as young Si Yeol
Jun Young Bin as Gok Sa Heun
Jung Hyung Min (
정형민) as young Gok Sa Heun
Park Young Seo as Dae Pung
Lee Suk Min (
이석민) as young Dae Pung
Go Yoon Hoo as Ho Jae (the 14th leader of Hwarang Warriors)
Hong Kyung In as Seok Pum
No Young Hak as young Seok Pum
Lee Seung Hyo as Alcheon
Ho Hyo Hoon (
호효훈) as young Alcheon
Kang Ji Hoo as Im Jong
Kim Suk as young Im Jong
Suh Dong Won as Deok Chung
Lee Do Hyun as young Deok Chung
Jang Hee Woong as Bakui
Seo Sang Won as young Bakui
Lee Sang Hyun as Pil Tan
Kim Tae Jin (
김태진) as young Pil Tan
Choi Sung Jo as Seon Yeol
Oh Eun Suk (
오은석) as Young Seon Yeol
Kim Dong Hee as Wang Yoon
Ryu Sang Wook as Dae Nam Bo
Kim Sang Bin (
김상빈) as young Dae Nam Bo
Choi Woo Sung (
최우성) as young Wang Woo
Park Jae Jung as Sa Da Ham (Mi Shil’s first love; cameo, ep13)

Production Credits

Director: Park Hong Kyun (박홍균) & Kim Geun Hong (김근홍)
Screenwriter: Kim Young Hyun & Park Sang Yun (
박상연)

Episode Ratings

Date

Episode

Nationwide

Seoul

2009-05-25

1

16.0 (2nd)

17.1 (2nd)

2009-05-26

2

16.6 (2nd)

17.8 (2nd)

2009-06-01

3

21.3 (1st)

23.3 (1st)

2009-06-02

4

22.3 (1st)

23.8 (1st)

2009-06-08

5

21.6 (1st)

23.7 (1st)

2009-06-09

6

25.2 (1st)

27.1 (1st)

2009-06-15

7

27.9 (1st)

30.0 (1st)

2009-06-16

8

29.7 (1st)

32.0 (1st)

2009-06-22

9

28.1 (1st)

30.0 (1st)

2009-06-23

10

27.9 (1st)

29.4 (1st)

2009-06-29

11

29.4 (1st)

30.8 (1st)

2009-06-30

12

29.2 (1st)

30.5 (1st)

2009-07-06

13

29.9 (1st)

31.6 (1st)

2009-07-07

14

31.0 (1st)

31.9 (1st)

2009-07-13

15

31.6 (1st)

32.8 (1st)

2009-07-14

16

31.7 (1st)

33.5 (1st)

2009-07-20

17

30.7 (1st)

32.0 (1st)

2009-07-21

18

32.8 (1st)

34.4 (1st)

2009-07-27

19

32.7 (1st)

34.1 (1st)

2009-07-28

20

34.9 (1st)

36.0 (1st)

2009-08-03

21

31.9 (1st)

33.2 (1st)

2009-08-04

22

35.4 (1st)

36.4 (1st)

2009-08-10

23

37.5 (1st)

39.6 (1st)

2009-08-11

24

39.5 (1st)

41.7 (1st)

2009-08-17

25

39.0 (1st)

40.4 (1st)

2009-08-18

26

42.0 (1st)

44.3 (1st)

2009-08-24

27

40.3 (1st)

41.7 (1st)

2009-08-25

28

42.0 (1st)

43.6 (1st)

2009-08-31

29

42.2 (1st)

44.7 (1st)

2009-09-01

30

42.1 (1st)

44.4 (1st)

2009-09-07

31

43.5 (1st)

45.4 (1st)

2009-09-08

32

40.6 (1st)

42.9 (1st)

2009-09-14

33

40.6 (1st)

42.1 (1st)

2009-09-15

34

42.3 (1st)

43.9 (1st)

2009-09-21

35

41.6 (1st)

44.6 (1st)

2009-09-22

36

39.6 (1st)

41.1 (1st)

2009-09-28

37

39.1 (1st)

40.3 (1st)

2009-09-29

38

39.5 (1st)

40.4 (1st)

2009-10-05

39

39.3 (1st)

40.6 (1st)

2009-10-06

40

39.6 (1st)

40.6 (1st)

2009-10-12

41

38.1 (1st)

39.9 (1st)

2009-10-13

42

38.0 (1st)

38.8 (1st)

2009-10-19

43

38.3 (1st)

38.8 (1st)

2009-10-20

44

37.6 (1st)

38.7 (1st)

2009-10-26

45

39.3 (1st)

41.5 (1st)

2009-10-27

46

40.8 (1st)

43.0 (1st)

2009-11-02

47

41.7 (1st)

43.7 (1st)

2009-11-03

48

42.4 (1st)

44.1 (1st)

2009-11-09

49

44.9 (1st)

46.7 (1st)

2009-11-10

50

44.4 (1st)

46.1 (1st)

2009-11-16

51

42.3 (1st)

44.4 (1st)

2009-11-17

52

37.7 (1st)

39.1 (1st)

2009-11-23

53

35.0 (1st)

36.1 (1st)

2009-11-24

54

36.5 (1st)

38.3 (1st)

2009-11-30

55

35.3 (1st)

36.0 (1st)

2009-12-01

56

36.9 (1st)

38.0 (1st)

2009-12-07

57

38.0 (1st)

39.1 (1st)

2009-12-08

58

36.2 (1st)

37.9 (1st)

2009-12-14

59

35.8 (1st)

36.4 (1st)

2009-12-15

60

35.8 (1st)

37.4 (1st)

2009-12-21

61

35.1 (1st)

37.1 (1st)

2009-12-22

62

37.7 (1st)

39.7 (1st)







The History

This is about the first Queen in ancient Korean history. The history of Silla dynasti. Silla is one of three Kingdoms in Korea. Another Kingdoms are Baekje and Goguryeo. According to Wikipedia Seondeok reigned as Queen of Silla, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, from 632 to 647 AD. She was Silla's twenty-seventh ruler and its first reigning queen.

Queen Seondeok before she became queen, she was known as Princess Deok Man the second daughter of King Jinpyeong. Because the King had no sons, so he had selected Seondeok as his heir. This act was not unusual in Silla periode, as women of the periode had a certain degree of inluence as advisors, dowager queens, and regents. Women were heads of families since matrilineal lines of descent existed along with patrilineal ones. During the Silla kingdom, the status of women remained relatively high, but they were expected to do their duties and not try to do activities that were considered to be unwomanly.

Seondeok's reign was a violent one, there were many rebellions and fighting with the neighbor Kingdom of Baekje. Seondeok was known as a smart queen. She kept the kingdom together and extended its ties with China. Sending many scholars to China and learn from that country. Seondeok was drawn to Buddhism and presided over the completion of Buddhist Temples.
Seondeok built the "Star-Gazing Tower" or Cheomseongdae as the first observatory in East Asia. Cheomseongdae still stands until now in the old Silla capital of Gyeongju, South Korea.

Was the drama represent the real history of the queen ?
Not exactly, but the main story, characters, achievements, and strategy were real. There are differences of course, like in the drama, it was mentioned that Princess Deokman is Princess Chon Myong's younger twin sister. Actually, the history never mentioned that both princess are twin. And the appearance of Lady Mi shil.

Lady Mi Shil is a historical figure of Silla, but her existence is controversial because she is not mentioned in both Samguk Sagi and Samguk Yusa (Legend and History of the three Kingdoms of Ancient Korea). However, Lady Mi shil is a very important figure in Hwarang Segi.

Hwarang Segi is a a historical record of the Hwarang ( flower boys) of the Silla kingdom in ancient Korea. It is said to have been written by Silla historian Kim Daemun (704). According to Hwarang Segi, Lady Mi Shil was a daughter of Mijinbu the 2nd Leader of Hwarang (Pungweolju). Mijinbu's mother was Princess Samyup, the daughter of King Beopheung of Silla. Her mother was Lady Myodo. With these relations, Mi Shil gained the qualification of a noble within the bone rank system.
In the drama series, Mi Shil is a major opponent of Princess Deokman.





The Drama

The drama is directed by Park Hong Kyun and Kim Keun Hong. MBC production. 50 episodes and due to audience attention was added by 12 episodes more. Writer Kim Young Hyun

The story takes place in the southeast Korean kingdom, Silla, which has been expanded by the late King Jinheung. An aristocrat named Mishil, whose power could rival a king's influence, desires to be queen. One opportunity comes when the wife of Jinheung's grandson, Jinpyeong, gives birth to twin girls.

There was a prophecy saying that if a king has twin girls, the male seeds in the royal bloodline will dry up, in other words, no proper royal male heir (Eochul Ssangsaeng Seonggol Nam Jin). Mishil and the nobles on her side plan to expose the twins so they can remove the current queen and get Mishil that position. In order to prevent this, Jinpyeong sends his youngest daughter away with a clumsy palace maiden, though not without huge regrets (he's shown shaking when he carries his oldest daughter). The maid, Sohwa, manages to escape pursuit with the help of one of the hwarangs (Silla equivalent of knights), Munno, the strongest hwarang in Silla.

15 years later, the younger twin, named Deokman, grows up in the Taklaman Desert in China, where she lives in a merchant town with Sohwa. She is cunning, witty, and a tomboy. She meets Chilsuk, one of Mishil's men who was sent to find the younger twin, who has been trying to carry out his lady' orders for FIFTEEN YEARS. Chilsuk later realizes that Deokman is the twin and tries to capture her, but fails when a sandstorm strikes.

Deokman resolves to go to Silla to find out why she was being pursued. When she arrives, she meets her older sister, Cheonmyeong, and future Korean general Kim Yu-shin. Five years later Deokman learns that she's the daughter of the king who abandoned her, and Mishil once again tries to expose her, while a noble loyal to the king sends assassins to kill her. Chunmyeong tries to help her younger sister escape, but is accidently killed by one of Mishil's people. Deokman then resolves to get the royal court to reacept her as princess of Silla and fight Mishil in her struggle for power.

The drama is so addicting, thrilling, full of wisdoms, awesome, and I just feel that I can't get enough of it.

1. Beautiful casts

Lee Yo Won as Queen Seondeok
"The queen is my destiny" Lee Yo Won is a fine Korean Actrees that really suit in her role as Princess Deokman later Queen Seondeok. She could describe a smart, wise, brave, intelligent and righteous queen beautifully.

Go Hyun Jung as Lady Mi Shil
Mi Shil is a complicated character with many tactical strategy. She became powerful due to her relations with Kings and Poongweoljoos. She was the wife of Sejong, 6th Pungweolju, and was the major royal harem of 3 kings(Jinheung of Silla, Jinji of Silla, Jinpyeong of Silla). Also, she was in love with Prince Dongryun, eldest son of Jinheung, and Seolwon, 7th Pungweolju.

Her power was proved when she persuaded Jingol nobles to expel King Jinji from his throne. And her two sons (Hajong, Bojong) also became 11th, 16th Pungweolju respectively.
Go Hyun Jung is a brilliant actrees that make Mi Shil character become outstanding. She had the most audience attention within this drama

Eom Tae woong as General Kim Yu Shin
He's a great General of Silla and in love with Princess Deokman. But fate make this couple unable together. With a handsome face and outstanding battle skills, he became the leader of the elite Hwarang corps. With a grand vision of unifying the three kingdoms under Silla’s rule, he aligns himself with Princess Deokman who puts her complete trust in him. Princess Deokman later fell in love with Kim Yusin but they were unable to be together due to a twist of fate.

Park Ye Jin as Princess Cheon Myeong
She was Princess Deokman's twin sister. She's under Mi shil's influence. She has charisma and intelligence. After learning that she had a twin sister, she and Princess Deokman were reunited. While trying to reinstate her sister as a princess, she was accidentally assassinated by Mi-shil's man.

Kim Nam Gil as Bi Dam
He is Mi shil's son with King Jinji. Mi shil has abandoned him and he was taken as a student by Moon Noh - the best Hwarang Captain. Bi Dam also in love with Princess Deokman and make the story to be more interesting.

Bi Dam is like his mother Mi Shil, he also has a unique and complicated character. He could be charming, smart, funny, kind, energetic, hilarious person but suddenly he could become very fearful and mean.

2. The Hwarang things.

Hwarang were elite Silla warriors who also received training in the arts and music.

Hwa Rang Nine Virtues: In-Humanity, Oui-Justice, Yea-Courtesy, Ji-Wisdom, Shin-Trust, Seon-Goodness, Deok-Virtue, Jung-Loyalty & Yong-Courage

There are 10 elite Youth Corps of Hwa Rang

1. Il Wyol Seong Do (Sun & Moon elite cadre) lead by Bo Jong;
2. Cheon Ryeong Ing Do (Green/Blue Dragon elite cadre-one of the celestial emblem of the east) lead by Seok Bum – brother to Chil Sook;
3. Yi Hwa Jeong Do (Pear Blossom elite cadre) lead by Deok Chung;
4. Dong Baek Mae Do (White Camellia Elite Cadre) lead by Baek Yui;
5. Bi Cheon Ji Do (Flying Fairy Elite Cadre) lead by Al Jeong;
6. Hyeon Mu Ji Do (Black Warrior elite cadre-celestial emblem of the North) lead by Pil Dan ;
7. Hu Guk Seon Do (Defender State sylph elite cadre) lead by Im Jong;
8. Baek Hu Bo Do (White tiger/Kirin elite cadre –celestial emblem of the west) lead by Dae Nam Bo;
9. Yun Sang In Do (Above the cloud elite cadre) lead by Seon Yeol;
10.Cheon Si Hwon Do (Celestial city elite cadre) lead by Wang Yon

and added by Yong Hwa Hyang Do (Dragon Flower Tree elite cadre) lead by Kim Yu Shin

I really love these Hwa Rang Captains with their intrigues, laws, regulations, martial arts, and battle skill. Very enjoyable to watch.

3. The grandeur setting

This drama has many amazing settings. Really represent the great of Silla dynasti.

I really admire how Korean people brought up their history into movie or drama series. They really admire their history and are able to make other people from different culture eager to learn about their history.

Once again, I think this is very enjoyable and exciting drama series I ever watched.








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