Daemyeong (Korean대명; Hanja大命; RRDaemyeong; MRTa'emyŏng) is a 1981 South Korean television series starring Kim Dong-hoon, Kim Heung-ki, Seo Young-jin, Won Mi-kyung, Kim Sung-won and Baek Il-sub.[4] It aired on KBS1 from January 5, 1981 until December 28, 1981 every Mondays for 52 episodes.[5]

Daemyeong
GenreHistorical[1]
Screenplay byLee Chul-hyang[2]
StarringKim Dong-hoon
Kim Heung-ki
Seo Young-jin
Won Mi-kyung
Kim Sung-won
Baek Il-sub
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes52 (50 mains and 2 specials) (list of episodes)
Production
ProducerGo Sung-won
Release
Original networkKBS1[3]
Original releaseJanuary 5 (1981-January-05) –
December 28, 1981 (1981-December-28)
Chronology
Followed byPungun

CastEdit

MainEdit

SupportingEdit

Peoples in Joseon dynastyEdit

Royal Household

Ministers, nobles and maids

  • Lee Chi-woo as Kim-Ryoo
  • Im Dong-jin as Left State Councillor Kim Sang-hun
  • Nam Sung-woo as Jung Choong-shin
  • Jeon-Woon as Hong Ik-han
  • Moon Oh-jang as Lee-Wan
  • Nam Il-woo as Oh Dal-je
  • Jang-Yong as Yoon-Jip
  • Joo-Hyun as General Won Doo-pyo
  • Kim Soon-chul as Kim Ja-jum
  • Kim Sung-kyum as Lee Shi-baek
  • Kim Jin-hae as Jang-Yoo
  • Hwang Bum-shik as Kim Kyung-jing
  • Ahn Hyung-shik as Song Shi-yul
  • Kim Shi-won as a Military officer in Pyongyang Fortress
  • Lee Soon-jae as Left State Councillor Nam Yi-woong
  • Yoon Duk-yong as Park-Ro
  • Yang Young-joon as Hong Su-bong
  • Moon Chang-kil as Jung Noe-kyung
  • Park Moon-sup as Park Bae-won
  • Park Yong-shik as Jo-Yang
  • Song Hee-nam as Shin Jin-ik
  • Jang Soon-kook as Jang Sa-min
  • Kang Min-ho as Kang Koon-kwan
  • Choi Jung-hoon as Kong Ma-kak
  • Sa Mi-ja as Ha Joong-wol
  • Lee Kyung-jin as Ok-Hwa
  • Seonu Eun-sook as Keum-Nyeo
  • Seo Seung-hee as Mae-Hwan
    • Ha Mi-hye as young Mae-Hwan
  • Kim Mi-young as Song-Hwa
  • Kwon Ki-sun as Yang Hwa-dang
  • Lee Dae-ro as Lee Kyung-suk
  • Song Chang-shin as Kim-Yook
  • Lee Jong-man as Eunuch Kim
  • Park Hyun-jung as Court Lady Park
  • Lee Sung-woong as a Buddhist in Dokbo
  • Go Kwang-woo as a Military officer
  • Nam Yoon-jung as an Officer (참판)

Peoples in Qing dynastyEdit

  • Kim Yoon-hyung as Emperor Soongduk (숭덕제; Sungdeokje)
  • Im Byung-ki as Imperial Prince Junghun (정헌친왕; Jeongheonchinwang), Emperor Soongduk's half nephew.
  • Yoo Jong-keun as Imperial Prince Yechoong (예충친왕; Yechungchinwang), Emperor Soongduk's half little brother.
  • Lee-Young as Tatara Inggūldai (용골대; Yonggoldae)
  • Lee Shin-jae as an officer (예부상서; Yebusangseo)
  • Maeng Ho-rim
  • Lee Han-soo
  • Ha Dae-kyung as a horseman
  • Kim Yoo-haeng as Wang Jang-soo
  • Joo Sun-tae as Wang-Choong
  • Heo Wook-sook as Lady Jin
  • Seonu Yong-nyu as Lady Yoo

Peoples in Ming dynastyEdit

OtherEdit

  • Park Kyoo-shik
  • Jung Rae-hyup
  • Kim Hae-kwon
  • Lee Seung-ho
  • Yoo Soon-chul
  • Kwak Kyung-hwan
  • Jung Hae-chang
  • Park Jung-woong
  • Choi Myung-soo
  • Min Ji-hwan
  • Park Byung-ho
  • Min-Wook
  • Kim In-tae
  • Kim Jong-kyul
  • Hong Young-ja
  • Ahn Hae-sook
  • Kim Bong-keun
  • Jang Hak-soo
  • Seo Sang-ik
  • Kim Nan-young
  • Park Young-mok
  • Nam Sung-shik
  • Jung Woon-yong
  • Park Hae-sang
  • Jo Jae-hoon
  • Song Jong-won
  • Ki Jung-soo
  • Kang Tae-ki
  • Kim Byung-ki
  • Ahn Byung-kyung
  • Yoo Dong-keun
  • Ji Mi-ok
  • Lee Duk-hee
  • Jung Jong-joon
  • Chou Seung-chul
  • Song Bo-young
  • Song Dong-sup
  • Song Suk-ho
  • Choi Sang-il
  • Oh Joong-hoon

EpisodesEdit

Episodes Airing dates Titles
1 January 5, 1981 FIRST EPISODE
A Little Prince From the White Palace
(백궁왕자)
2 January 12, 1981 A Big Stars that Falls
(큰별 떨어지다)
3 January 19, 1981 A Drum
(북소리)
4 January 26, 1981 All the Womens
(여인들)
5 February 2, 1981 The Wind From The Northwest
(서북풍)
6 February 9, 1981 The Wind that Blows Incessantly
(봉풍은 무삼일고)
7 February 16, 1981 -
8 February 23, 1981 The Eve of Blood
(혈풍전야)
9 March 2, 1981 The Fortress
(남한산성)
10 March 9, 1981 What Do You Do?
(전하 어찌하오리까?)
11 March 16, 1981 The Ganghwa Island
(강화도)
12 March 23, 1981 The Wind Blows
(놀개바람)
13 March 30, 1981 The Ganghwa Island's Rebellion
(강화도 함락)
14 April 6, 1981 -
15 April 13, 1981 -
16 April 27, 1981 The Cheonchu
(천추)
17 May 4, 1981 The Time of North Wind
(북풍세월)
18 May 11, 1981 The Subordinate Who Angry
(분노의 산하)
19 May 18, 1981 Those Peoples Were Leave
(떠나가는 사람들)
20 May 25, 1981 The Big Prizes For Cheongsikryeong
(청식령 험한고개)
21 June 1, 1981 -
22 June 8, 1981 Lee Seung's Heart
(이승의 심은 넑)
23 June 15, 1981 The Sahyanggok
(사향곡)
24 June 22, 1981 The Irwon Province
(일월도)
25 June 29, 1981 Where is The East?
(동녘이 어드메뇨?)
26 July 6, 1981 A Single Heart
(일편단심)
27 July 13, 1981 The Maekbak
(맥박)
28 July 20, 1981 Ganora: The Three Mountains
(가노라 삼자산아)
29 July 27, 1981 ?
(깊은골 푸른이끼)
30 August 4, 1981 The Sky and Earth
(하늘과 땅)
31 August 10, 1981 A Breeze
(들바람)
32 August 17, 1981 My Strong Country
(내강산 내조국)
33 August 24, 1981 Hurray!
(만세록)
34 August 31, 1981 The Sound of Flower
(꽃이 피는 소리)
35 September 7, 1981 The Iron Tower
(무쇠탑)
36 September 14, 1981 The Nakhwa
(낙화)
37 September 21, 1981 Horay!
(만세문)
38 September 28, 1981 The Throne
(왕좌)
39 October 5, 1981 The Scent
(님의 향기)
40 October 12, 1981 Your Majesty
(전하)
41 October 19, 1981 Your Majesty's General
(천하대장군)
42 October 26, 1981 Princess Uisun
(의순공주)
43 November 2, 1981 A Mace
(철퇴)
44 November 9, 1981 A Raging Flames
(성난불길)
45 November 16, 1981 A Day in Hanyang
(한양의 아침)
46 November 23, 1981 The Heilongjiang
(흑룡강)
47 November 30, 1981 The Train's Queen Consort
(맥궁왕비)
48 December 7, 1981 The Second Spiral Conquest
(제2차 나선정벌)
49 December 14, 1981 Ah! Northern
(아! 북녘)대명 (大命)
50 December 28, 1981 LAST EPISODE

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