Dae Jo-yeong (TV series)

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Dae Jo-yeong (Korean대조영; Hanja大祚榮; RRDae Jo-yeong; MRTae Joyŏng) is a South Korean television series aired from September 16, 2006 to December 23, 2007 on KBS1. It tells the life of Dae Jo-yeong, the founder of the kingdom of Balhae.

Dae Jo-yeong
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Hangul대조영
Hanja
Revised RomanizationDae Joyeong
McCune–ReischauerTae Joyŏng
GenreHistorical
Written byJang Young-chul
Directed by
Starring
Theme music composervarious artists
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of episodes134
Production
Executive producerLee Sung Joo (KBS)

Go Young Tak Kim Myung Wook

Moon Bo Hyun
ProducerJung Young Chul
Running time50 minutes
Production companyKBS Self-production
DistributorKBS
Budget 35 billion[1]
Release
Original networkKBS 1TV
Original releaseSeptember 16, 2006 (2006-09-16) –
December 23, 2007 (2007-12-23)
External links
Website
Production website

Filmed at Hanwha Resort near Mount Seorak with a budget of 35 billion wons,[1][2][3] it was a critical and ratings success.[4] It was originally planned as a 100-episode series, but was extended by 34 episodes.[4][5]

Overview of the plotEdit

EarlyEdit

The drama begins during a war between Tang and Goguryeo before Dae Jo-yeong is born. Dae Jung-sang, Dae Jo-yeong's father is introduced as a general. We are also introduced to Xue Rengui (Seol Ingui in Korean), a man with a brilliant mind who comes up with a plan to bring down Liaodong Fortress. After a failed attempt to assassinate the Tang emperor Li Shimin, Jungsang is captured by Tang. Seol, enraged for not receiving credit for his actions, frees him. Dae leaves Seol to himself, and heads to Ansi Fortress. Thereafter, Seol rescues some Tang soldiers about to be killed. He catches the emperor's eye and is promoted to the rank of general.

The emperor, meanwhile, begins plans for making a mountain of earth in order to deliberately destroy the fortress. Dae Jo-yeong's mother, Dalgi, comes up with the plan to dig under the mountain as it is being built. She is already pregnant with Dae Jo-yeong. As the battle begins, Tang's million men come onto the mountain. The order is given and water is released through the tunnel underneath the mountain, causing it to collapse and it crushes hundreds of thousands of Tang soldiers. Dae Jo-yeong was born during this time.

When Dae Jo-yeong is born, a prophecy says that he will become a king. Naturally, this is seen as treachery because there is already a king. So his father flees from the Supreme Commander Yeon Gaesomun, who wishes to kill the baby, only to be captured as his wife and son try to escape on a raft. She is later found and captured by the Supreme Commander as well.

The Supreme Commander intended to kill them at first but when General Yang Manchun tells him that perhaps the heavens sent Dae Jo-yeong to protect their country after they die, he changes his mind. General Dae Jungsang is told his wife and son are dead and ordered to command Goryeo Fortress. His wife is ordered to never communicate with her son, or be killed along with him.

Dae Jo-yeong is raised by Yeon Gaesomun, the Supreme Commander of Goguryeo as a slave and is called Gaedong (dog boy) so he wouldn't question why he is a slave and discover who he was with his real name. As a child he is often shown running away from the Supreme Commander's estate and trying to find his parents, although not knowing his parents are alive since the Supreme Commander constantly tells him that his parents are dead.

Dae Jo-yeong teaches himself to read and fight. He also (when grown up) begs the Supreme Commander's eldest son (Yeon Namsaeng) to allow him to join the martial arts contest because the reward is emancipation (freedom), but he refuses. When he hears Namseng say that he would accept anyone who had a recommendation from the Grand Martial General Yang Manchun, he runs away to Ansi Fortress and impresses Yang Manchun, who wonders if he is Dae Jungsang's son.

Dae Jo-yeong tells Yang Manchun that he is a slave and that he wants to be a warrior. Yang Manchun, not wanting to hurt him by letting him think he has a chance, tells him to fight the best fighter (Geol sabiu) in Yodong Fort. He surprises everyone and is about to smash the Geol Sa-Biwoo's head with a rock when General Yang Manchun stops the fight. He asks Dae-Joyeong why he would try cheating and he replies that in a fight, there are no rules, since for him this fight is worth more than his life.

Later, Yang Manchun gives him a recommendation, but when Dae Jo-yeong returns to Pyongyang and gives the recommendation to Yeon Gaesomun, Yeon Gaesomun angrily rips it up and says that no one can stop Dae Joyeong from entering the contest now except for him. Dae Jo-yeong is flogged and returns to being a slave. On the day of the contest, he desperately tries to sneak in one last time, but gets caught and thrown into a barn.

During this time, the princess, King Bojang's niece Sukyeong dresses up as a soldier to watch the contest. Meanwhile, at the Pyongyang palace, a Tang envoy (Seol Ingui) arrives and causes mischief by offering a peace treaty, in which a princess from Goguryeo and a prince from Tang are to marry. Yeon Gaesomun instantly rejects it and forces the civil officials to reject it too, but Seol had not come for the peace treaty, but for a chance to assassinate Yeon Gaesomun, who is one of the pillars of the country. Seol teams up with Bu Kiwon, one of the civil officials, and hires some assassins to kill Yeon Gaesomun.

Right before the contest begins the assassins go to the same barn Dae Jo-yeong was locked in to form a plan (each of their swords are laced with a deadly poison). Dae Jo-yeong hears them talking and figures out what they are up to, but he then makes a tiny noise which immediately catches the assassins' attention. One of the assassins tells the others to go ahead since the martial arts contest was beginning and stays to take care of Dae Jo-yeong. The princess enters the barn, and the assassin is about to kill her. Dae Jo-yeong is able to save the princess and knock out the assassin. When Sukyeong tries to prevent him from leaving, as she thinks that he is the assassin, he knocks her out. The assassination attempt fails, thanks to Dae Jo-yeong, but he is cut by one of the poisoned blades and falls unconscious. Yeon Gaesomun immediately orders a royal doctor to heal him.

MiddleEdit

Dae Jo-yeong eventually goes to find his father at Goryeo Fortress. Dae Jo-yeong doesn't tell Dae Jung-sang at first, but in the end, they reconcile and return to Goguryeo. On the way, they meet Mimosa, a Baekje citizen. In that time, Dae Jo-yeong runs into the Khitans and meets Chulin (Chorin in Korean) and he love chulin, a Khitan princess, and Li Kaigu (Li Haego in Korean), a Khitan general. Li Kaigu soon becomes Dae Joyeong's greatest rival. Li Kaigu has feelings for Chulin, who falls in love with Dae Joyeong. Goguryeo falls with the deaths of Yeon Gaesomun and Yang Manchun. Dae Jo-yeong does everything in his effort to save Goguryeo, but Bu Kiwon, Sa Bugu and other Goguryeo ministers, with the Tang and Khitan armies, are able to destroy it. Dae Jo-yeong, with his subordinates Geol Sabiwu and Heuk Sudol, set off to rescue the refugees and, with some surviving Goguryeo officials, makes a second Goguryeo. Dae Jo-yeong gets Chulin pregnant, but only Chulin knows. Dae Jo-yeong is nearly killed by Li Kaigu, Geolsa Biu is captured by Tang, and the second Goguryeo is destroyed after a Silla-aided coup d'état. Li Kaigu takes in Dae Jo-yeong's son as his own. Only Chulin, Geolsa Biu, and Li Kaigu know that Chulin's son, named Geom, is Dae Jo-yeong's son.

Dae Jo-yeong plans to make the second Goguryeo. He tries many things, buying help from Mimosa and his subordinate Geumlan, and building a new organization, Dong Myeong Cheon Jae Dan that is brought to kill the enemies that brought Goguryeo down. They are aided by the former Goguryeo king, Bojang. Bu Kiwon and Sa Bugu are killed. However, this organization is felled by Li Kaigu. Even as this organization falls, Dae Joyeong and his followers refuse to give up restoring Gorguryeo.

Dae Jo-yeong acquires two subordinates of Göktürk descent, Gyepilsamun and Tungso. While in battle, to rescue the people captured in the collapse of the Dong Myeong Cheon Jae, Dae Jo-yeong and Heuk Sudol are captured by the Chinese commander Li Wen, who hates Dae Jo-yeong with all of his heart. They suffer many hardships, including being forced to fight Wugol, a giant, after being starved for six days but Dae Jo-yeong eventually unites the slaves to fight against the Chinese. During this time, he meets Mukchol, who eventually becomes Khan of the Göktürks. Dae Jo-yeong survives by pledging allegiance to China and then fleeing to the lands of Goguryeo. There he begins to build up Goguryeo. Dae Jo-yeong has married Suk-yong, King Bojang's niece. In China, Empress Cheuk-cheon has risen to the throne.

Thirteen years later, the Khitans rebel from the Tang, and Dae Jo-yeong comes to aid the Khitans; in exchange, they ask for all of the thousands of Goguryeo refugees living in the Khitan country. During this time, his tensions with Li Kaigu get bigger and bigger. Dae Jo-yeong also meets his son Geom and works with him. Li Kaigu is captured, but Dae Joyeong saves him by capturing Li Wen and making a deal with Xue Rengui. Eventually, the reigning king, Li Jinzhong, is assassinated, and the war ends. Dae Joyeong takes the Goguryeo refugees home.

The Khitan country is nearly destroyed by a Tang-Göktürk alliance, but the few defenders are rescued by Dae Jo-yeong, after he finds out that Geom is his son. Geom, and nearly everyone else, have been aware of this before. When Li Kaigu flees from Dae Jo-yeong, Dae Jo Yeong nearly kills Li Kaigu, and the Khitans are destroyed. Li Kaigu survives and goes to Tang to become a commander, trading his own eye to show he would be loyal to not only Xue Rengui, but also Tang. Dae Jo-yeong is leading the last of the refugees to his base in Mount Dong-mo, where he intends to create a new Goguryeo. Li Kaigu is assigned the leading role.

While they are going, the Tang army catches up. Heuk Sudol and Gyepilsamun stay behind to delay the army. Gyepilsamun is killed by Li Kaigu's arrows, and Heuksudol stays to avenge him, but is killed by Zhao Renshi (Jo Insa), a Tang commander. The refugees are safe, but Dae Jo-yeong sets up Chungmuryeong Hill as a huge battlefield for him. The Khitan force under Chulin and Geom cannot block the Tang advance. Dae Jo-yeong kills Zhao Renshi in an act to avenge his brother, Heuksudol. Geumlan is killed by arrows, and Dae Jung-sang is captured. Dae Jung-sang is killed, and that fuels the morale of the Goguryeo-Mohe army so much that out of 30,000 Tang soldiers to enter, less than 1000 leave.

LastEdit

Dae Jo-yeong wins Li Kaigu and Xue Rengui's forces at Chun Mul Yong with help of Malgal Tribe. Li Kaigu runs away from Dae but Dae finds him. Li Kaigu sends his message that he will like to battle with him. Dae Jo-yeong manages to win after a fierce fight even he is the first one to get hurt. Chulin drinks a poisoned potion after seeing Li Kaigu die. After their deaths, Dae Jo-yeong builds the new Gorguryeo and names the country, Balhae. When Dae thinks all is over, Mimosa comes and says it isn't as Tang can go to Gokturks and persuade them to attack Balhae and the only way to stop is to enter with friendly relations with Gokturks, send people faster than Tang. Jo-yeong sends Geom to Gokturks tribe. As Mimosa has expected, Li Wen of Tang (to get Gokturks in Tang's group with a mind to perish Balhae with them) arrives after a few moments after Geom has arrived. Geom is the one who succeeds, beating Li Wen (although there are many things Balhae must fulfill for Gokturks ). Dae Jo-yeong thinks all the things settled down and makes up rules.

Soon, Gokturks attack Tang and Balhae helps Gokturks as they demanded military support from Balhae. Tang almost loses so Li Wen thinks that the only way to survive is to send Dae Jo-yeong a peace treaty. Empress Wu Zetian is angry at this and hesitant over it but at last agrees, thinking of what's good for Tang. They send Dae Jo Yeong a peace treaty between them (enter into friendly relations). Dae Jo-yeong agrees on condition that Tang should give Liaodong to Balhae. They agree although there were some harsh things to get them agree.

Then Dae Jo-yeong starts to think about who will succeed him. He has two sons in mind, Geom and Dan-ni, but cannot make up his mind although he has Geom more in mind. (Dan-ni is Suk-yeong's son so has the last Goguryeo royal blood while Geom has the blood of the Khitan tribe, through his mother Chulin; but Geom demonstrates unusual talent, leadership abilities, and intelligence). Finally Geom decides to leave the country, thinking that if he stays there will be dissension among Dae Jo Yeong's followers about the succession. He tells Geol Sabiwu what he wants most is to be close to Jo Yeong, but if they try to make him the successor he will take his own life.

Dae comes to see Geom and finds him writing a farewell letter. He tries to stop him, saying "Don't go..." and blurts out the word he always wanted to say to Geom, "Son..." Geom, hearing the word, "Son", melts in tears and also uses the word he always wanted to say to Dae, "Father..." (Geom is actually Dae and Chu-lin's son but since he was born a Khitan Chulin knew he would be in danger as Dae was Khitan's enemy at that time. Li Kaigu, who was one of Khitan's greatest warriors and had loved Chu-lin for a long time, offered to protect mother and son and raise Geom as his own. Eventually Geom discovered the truth, and so did Dae Jo Yeong, but they couldn't acknowledge the truth openly.) Geom and Jo Yeong embrace each other sadly as son and father then Geom rides off to an unknown destiny.

The drama ends with a scene where Dae Jo-yeong, with his royal procession, visits the Gwanggaeto Stele. He and his original remaining followers, Geolsa Biu and Mimosa, bow before it, promising that never again will their people suffer as they have in the past.

CastEdit

BalhaeEdit

Dae Jo-yeong's wife.
Dae Jo-yeong's father.
A sworn brother of Dae Jo-yeong.
A sworn brother of Dae Jo-yeong.
  • Kim Jeong-hyeon as Mimosa
Chief tactician of Dae Jo-yeong.
Adopted sister of Mimosa; later become a meritorious retainer of Balhae.
  • Yoon Yong-hyeon as Gyepil Samun
Leader of Göktürks.
  • Bang Hyeong-ju as Tungso
Göktürks' general and follower of Gyepil Samun.
  • Im Seon-taek as Jang San-hae
Civil official of Balhae and follower of Dae Jung-sang.
  • Jang Sun-guk as Dolbal
Dae Jung-sang's younger brother and general.
  • Shin Won-gyun as Mu Yeom
Dae Jung-sang's subordinate officer, later general of Balhae.
  • Im Chae-won as Eohong
Heuksudol's wife.

GoguryeoEdit

Generalissimo of Goguryeo.
The lord of Ansi Fortress. Murdered by Bu Giwon's collaborators.
Last King of Goguyeo.
  • Kim Ha-gyun as Bu Giwon
Former chancellor of Goguryeo, collaborator of Tang.

TangEdit

General of Tang.
  • Ryu Tae-seul as Hong Pei
Xue Rengui's right-hand man.
General of Tang, later follower of Xue Rengui.
Chancellor of Tang and Wu Zetian's nephew.

KhitansEdit

Daughter of Khan Li Jinzhong.
Chief general and Chulin's husband.
First Khan of Khitans.
Second Khan of Khitans.
Tactician of Li Kaigu.
  • Lee Dal-hyeong as Xue Jietou
Follower of Li Kaigu.
  • Hwang Taek-ha as Mou Jie
Another follower of Li Kaigu, later Geom's.
Chulin and Dae Jo-yeong's son, believed to be Li Kaigu's.

GöktürksEdit

Khan of Göktürks.
Prince of Göktürks.
General and facilitator of Göktürks.
Prince of Göktürks.
Prince of Göktürks.

RatingsEdit

Episode # Original broadcast date TNmS Ratings AGB Nielsen
Nationwide
1 16 September 2006 11.9% 12.6%
2 17 September 2006 16.6% 16.0%
3 23 September 2006 13.4% 13.6%
4 24 September 2006 16.2% 16.9%
5 30 September 2006 16.4% 16.3%
6 1 October 2006 17.6% 18.7%
7 7 October 2006 14.4% 15.9%
8 8 October 2006 21.6% 22.5%
9 14 October 2006 19.9% 19.2%
10 15 October 2006 23.4% 23.2%
11 21 October 2006 20.7% 20.2%
12 22 October 2006 22.6% 23.9%
13 28 October 2006 22.1% 23.0%
14 29 October 2006 23.9% 24.3%
15 4 November 2006 21.2% 20.1%
16 5 November 2006 23.3% 24.7%
17 11 November 2006 19.6% 19.8%
18 12 November 2006 24.1% 23.3%
19 18 November 2006 20.7% 22.5%
20 19 November 2006 26.1% 26.9%
21 25 November 2006 19.1% 22.3%
22 26 November 2006 23.9% 25.8%
23 2 December 2006 21.5% 22.3%
24 3 December 2006 23.6% 24.7%
25 9 December 2006 18.9% 20.4%
26 10 December 2006 23.5% 23.6%
27 16 December 2006 19.5% 21.4%
28 17 December 2006 22.3% 23.9%
29 23 December 2006 18.4% 20.8%
30 24 December 2006 18.8% 21.3%
31 30 December 2006 19.8% 22.2%
32 31 December 2006 17.4% 19.9%
33 6 January 2007 20.2% 24.5%
34 7 January 2007 23.0% 25.9%
35 13 January 2007 15.2% 19.7%
36 14 January 2007 20.5% 22.9%
37 20 January 2007 20.7% 23.8%
38 21 January 2007 22.0% 25.9%
39 27 January 2007 18.9% 21.2%
40 28 January 2007 20.2% 24.1%
41 3 February 2007 20.3% 23.3%
42 4 February 2007 20.9% 23.7%
43 10 February 2007 19.6% 21.6%
44 11 February 2007 21.6% 25.7%
45 17 February 2007 15.5% 18.9%
46 18 February 2007 15.6% 17.2%
47 24 February 2007 20.7% 23.1%
48 25 February 2007 21.7% 25.8%
49 3 March 2007 19.0% 19.1%
50 4 March 2007 22.7% 25.0%
51 10 March 2007 19.8% 21.4%
52 11 March 2007 22.6% 26.5%
53 17 March 2007 21.7% 22.9%
54 18 March 2007 26.0% 27.3%
55 24 March 2007 20.1% 21.3%
56 25 March 2007 29.4% 29.7%
57 31 March 2007 26.9% 27.5%
58 1 April 2007 28.5% 30.3%
59 7 April 2007 23.1% 25.7%
60 8 April 2007 27.0% 29.5%
61 14 April 2007 22.5% 24.3%
62 15 April 2007 25.9% 26.7%
63 21 April 2007 22.6% 26.6%
64 22 April 2007 26.5% 29.4%
65 28 April 2007 22.4% 24.9%
66 29 April 2007 25.7% 28.6%
67 5 May 2007 22.1% 25.6%
68 6 May 2007 26.9% 29.1%
69 12 May 2007 24.0% 26.7%
70 13 May 2007 28.4% 30.6%
71 19 May 2007 22.0% 25.1%
72 20 May 2007 25.1% 29.5%
73 26 May 2007 24.3% 27.7%
74 27 May 2007 29.2% 32.7%
75 2 June 2007 23.6% 26.0%
76 3 June 2007 28.0% 31.9%
77 9 June 2007 25.5% 28.0%
78 10 June 2007 28.3% 31.0%
79 16 June 2007 23.0% 26.7%
80 17 June 2007 30.1% 32.5%
81 23 June 2007 25.7% 28.0%
82 24 June 2007 30.1% 30.9%
83 30 June 2007 25.1% 27.9%
84 1 July 2007 29.5% 33.0%
85 7 July 2007 26.6% 27.5%
86 8 July 2007 30.0% 30.8%
87 14 July 2007 28.6% 28.4%
88 15 July 2007 24.5% 26.2%
89 21 July 2007 28.6% 29.5%
90 22 July 2007 28.4% 28.6%
91 28 July 2007 22.4% 23.5%
92 29 July 2007 32.1% 31.9%
93 4 August 2007 27.9% 28.1%
94 5 August 2007 32.7% 30.8%
95 11 August 2007 29.4% 32.1%
96 12 August 2007 31.9% 34.4%
97 18 August 2007 28.4% 30.0%
98 19 August 2007 31.4% 30.7%
99 25 August 2007 29.1% 29.7%
100 26 August 2007 32.1% 33.5%
101 1 September 2007 30.1% 31.6%
102 2 September 2007 33.2% 33.4%
103 8 September 2007 28.6% 28.7%
104 9 September 2007 33.3% 34.5%
105 15 September 2007 31.9% 29.7%
106 16 September 2007 35.5% 36.2%
107 22 September 2007 28.1% 29.4%
108 23 September 2007 25.8% 29.8%
109 29 September 2007 29.8% 32.6%
110 30 September 2007 32.6% 33.8%
111 6 October 2007 28.3% 30.2%
112 7 October 2007 33.5% 33.3%
113 13 October 2007 29.5% 29.3%
114 14 October 2007 33.6% 34.2%
115 20 October 2007 28.6% 30.4%
116 21 October 2007 33.0% 36.3%
117 27 October 2007 28.9% 30.5%
118 28 October 2007 32.4% 34.4%
119 3 November 2007 27.6% 31.8%
120 4 November 2007 31.0% 33.1%
121 10 November 2007 29.4% 31.7%
122 11 November 2007 31.9% 32.6%
123 17 November 2007 28.5% 31.6%
124 18 November 2007 31.6% 35.3%
125 24 November 2007 29.2% 32.3%
126 25 November 2007 31.1% 34.5%
127 1 December 2007 30.0% 32.1%
128 2 December 2007 31.0% 32.9%
129 8 December 2007 28.9% 31.1%
130 9 December 2007 33.0% 36.8%
131 15 December 2007 30.9% 32.1%
132 16 December 2007 30.1% 32.8%
133 22 December 2007 25.5% 28.1%
134 23 December 2007 30.8% 33.3%
Average 25.1% 26.9%

Original soundtrackEdit

The album of the soundtrack was released on 23 July 2007.[6]

  1. Mother's Land (Dae Jo Yeong Main Title) (어머니의 나라 (대조영 Main Title)) – Joo Byung-sun
  2. Cutting Through The Winds (바람을 가르며)
  3. Prairie (초원)
  4. Sorrow (애상(哀想)) – Park Hyo-shin
  5. My Way (나의 길) – Go Jin-young
  6. Waiting (기다림)
  7. Sun Shines Bright (새로운 태양)
  8. Coalition (연정)
  9. Only You Don't Know (그대만 모르죠) – Narsha
  10. Before The Break Up (이별이 오기전에) – Eunwoo, Sung Ho
  11. Come After Me (나를 따르라) – J3
  12. Dae Jo Yeong (대조영)
  13. Millenium Wait (천년의 기다림)
  14. Remember of Bohai Sea (발해를 기억하라)
  15. Dream of Goguryeo (고구려의 꿈)
  16. The Way of Destiny (숙명의 길)
  17. Sorrow (비통)
  18. Chulin (초린)
  19. Another Hope (또다른 희망)

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Recipient Result Ref.
2006 KBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor Kim Jin-tae Won [7]
Top Excellence Award, Actor Choi Soo-jong Nominated
2007 KBS Drama Awards Grand Prize/Daesang Choi Soo-jong Won [8][9]
Top Excellence Award, Actor Lee Deok-hwa Won
Best Supporting Actor Im Hyuk Won
Best Writer Jang Young-chul Won
Popularity Award Jeong Bo-seok Won
Netizen Award Choi Soo-jong Won
Top Excellence Award, Actress Park Ye-jin Nominated
Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama Jeong Bo-seok Nominated
Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial Drama Yang Geum-seok Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Choi Cheol-ho Nominated
Best Young Actor Kim Seok Nominated
2008 Korean Broadcasting Awards Talent Award Choi Soo-jong Won [10][11]
Korea Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor Choi Soo-jong Won [12][13]
Best Drama Dae Jo-yeong Nominated

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