How many episodes are there in the Book of Jumong?

How many episodes are there in the Book of Jumong?

Jumong (Korean: 삼한지-주몽 편; Hanja: 三韓志-朱蒙篇; RR: Samhanji-Jumong Pyeon; lit. “The Book of the Three Hans: The Chapter of Jumong”) is a South Korean historical drama series that aired on MBC from 2006 to 2007 as the network’s 45th anniversary special. Originally scheduled for 60 episodes, MBC extended it to 81 because of its popularity.

Is the Jumong legend real?

The fantastic elements surrounding the original Jumong legend (such as those concerning his birth) have been replaced with events more grounded in reality. Jumong is considered part of the Korean Wave ( Hallyu ), with viewer ratings in Iran exceeding 80 percent.

What happened to Jumong in Goguryeo?

Jumong continues battling against Han China to consolidate his realm, and dies at age 40 after passing the crown of Goguryeo to Yuri. Cast. Song Il-gook as Prince Jumong; Han Hye-jin as Lady Soseono; Kim Seung-soo as Prince Daeso; Jun Kwang-ryul as King Geumwa; Oh Yeon-soo as Lady Yuhwa (Jumong’s mother) Kyeon Mi-ri as Queen Wonhu

What is Jumong’s relationship with his brothers?

Twenty years later, the young Jumong is a weak and cowardly prince overshadowed and scorned by his elder “half-brothers” Daeso and Youngpo, who are vying for inheritance of the Buyeo throne from their father (the now-King Geumwa). They are unaware that Jumong is in fact unrelated to them, believing that their father impregnated Lady Yuhwa.

Is Jumong based on a true story?

The series examines the life of Jumong, founder of the kingdom of Goguryeo. Few details have been found in the historical record about Jumong, so much of the series is fictionalized.

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