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Jeong Do Jeon

Jeong Do Jeon


Phim nói về Jeong Do Jeon (1342-1398), một vị quan và nho sĩ nổi tiếng sống ở cuối thời Goryeo (918-1392) đầu thời Joseon (1392-1910). Với nhiều người Hàn, ông được biết đến là người có nhãn quan đã kiến tạo nên xã hội Joseon.

Sau hai năm lên kế hoạch và 13,5 tỉ won (12,5 triệu USD), phim này có tỷ suất người xem cao và được vinh danh là phim dã sử “chân thật” nhất trong suốt một thời gian.

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Cũng sẽ có mặt trên màn ảnh KBS vào tháng 3 năm sau là bộ phim cổ trang Jeong Do-jeon, do Jo Jae Hyun, Yoo Dong Geun đảm nhiệm. Phim là câu chuyện về nhân vật lịch sử Jeong Do-jeon – người đã thiết lập nên triều đại Joseon với ngôi vị vua mới trong thời kỳ chuyển đổi từ Goryeo sang Joseon.

 
Jeong Do-jeon
Jeong Do-Jeon poster.jpg
GenrePeriod drama 
Political
Written byJung Hyun-min
Directed byKang Byung-taek 
Lee Jae-hoon
StarringCho Jae-hyun 
Yoo Dong-geun 
Seo In-seok 
Park Yeong-gyu 
Im Ho 
Ahn Jae-mo
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of episodes50
 
Production
Executive producer(s)Kim Hyung-il
Location(s)South Korea
Running timeSaturdays and Sundays at 21:40 (KST)
Release
Original networkKBS1
Original releaseJanuary 4 – June 29, 2014
Chronology
Preceded byThe King's Dream
Followed byThe Jingbirok: A Memoir of Imjin War
External links
Website

Jeong Do-jeon (Hangul정도전) is a 2014 South Korean television series starring Cho Jae-hyun in the title role as Jeong Do-jeon, a real-life historical figure (1342-1398) who was one of the most powerful scholars and politicians of his time and a close supporter of King Taejo, the founder of the Joseon Dynasty. The period drama shows the crucial role Jeong had in the planning and founding of Joseon and the obstacles he faced in the process, as well as his lasting impact on Joseon's politics and laws. It aired on KBS1 from January 4 to June 29, 2014 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:40 for 50 episodes.

Jeong Do-jeon received solid ratings and was hailed by critics as one of the most "authentic and realistic" Korean historical dramas in the new millennium. The series won the Grand Prize (Daesang), Best Director and Best Writer at the 41st Korea Broadcasting Awards, and Cho Jae-hyun won Best TV Actor at the 50th Baeksang Arts Awards.

Plot

The drama begins in 1374, the final year of King Gongmin of Goryeo. Those times were marked by abuse of power, corruption and political chaos, as government officials and scholars dream of a new dynasty and a new era.

Jeong Do-jeon was an aristocrat and politician who assisted Yi Seong-gye (later King Taejo) when he seized power and established a new dynasty, Joseon. After Taejo became the first king of Joseon, he left all state affairs to Jeong, making him the most powerful and influential man who shaped the 500-year-long dynasty by laying down Joseon's ideological, institutional, and legal foundations. Deciding all policies from military affairs, diplomacy, and down to education, he laid down Joseon's political system and tax laws, replaced Buddhism with Confucianism as national religion, moved the capital from Kaesong to Hanyang (present-day Seoul), changed the kingdom's political system from feudalism to highly centralized bureaucracy, and wrote a code of laws that eventually became Joseon's constitution. He even decided the names of each palace, eight provinces, and districts in the capital. He also worked to free many slaves and reformed land policy.

Jeong died just six years after the foundation of Joseon, killed in 1398 by his political archenemy Yi Bang-won, Taejo's fifth son. Yi killed his two half-brothers (including the crown prince) as well as Jeong and his supporters in a coup that came to be known as the "First Strife of Princes," eventually becoming King Taejong, the third king of Joseon.

Cast

Main characters

Supporting characters

People surrounding Jeong Do-jeon
  • Lee Ah-hyun as Lady Choi, Jeong Do-jeon's wife
  • Lee Choon-shik as Deuk-bo Ah-beom
  • Im Dae-ho as Nam Eun
  • Lee Byung-wook as Yoon So-jong
  • Jeon Hyeon as Jo Joon
  • Park Yoo-seung as Shim Hyo-saeng
  • Kim Jung-min as Jung Jin
  • Lee Doo-seok as Jung Young
  • Yoo Jang-young as Jung Yoo
People surrounding Yi Seong-gye
  • Lee Il-hwa as Lady Kang, later Queen Sindeok
  • Sun Dong-hyuk as Yi Ji-ran
  • Kang In-ki as Yi Bang-woo, later Prince Jinan
  • Lee Tae-rim as Yi Bang-gwa, later King Jeongjong
  • Kim Yoon-tae as Jo Young-gyu
  • Song Yong-tae as Bae Geuk-ryeom
  • Song Geum-sik as Byun An-ryeol
  • Park Byung-ho as Muhak
Goryeo Conservative Party
  • Jung Ho-keun as Im Kyun-mi
  • Kim Min-sang as Uhm Heung-bang
  • Bang Hyung-joo as Ji Yoon
  • Kwon Tae-won as Ahn Sa-ki
Goryeo Royal House
Young Scholars/Intellectuals
  • Park Ji-il as Yi Saek
  • Kim Seung-wook as Park Sang-choong
  • Lee Kwang-ki as Ha Ryun
  • Kim Cheol-ki as Kwon Geun
  • Jung Hee-tae as Yi Soong-in
  • Shin Yong-gyu as Yi Cheom
People of Geopyeong Bugok
  • Jang Tae-sung as Hwang Cheon-bok
  • Lee Dae-ro as Hwang Yeon
  • Kang Ye-sol as Yang Ji

Awards and nominations

YearAwardCategoryRecipientResult
2014
50th Baeksang Arts Awards
Best Actor (TV)Cho Jae-hyunWon
41st Korea Broadcasting Awards
Grand Prize (Daesang)Jeong Do-jeonWon
Best DirectorKang Byung-taekWon
Best ScreenplayJung Hyun-minWon
7th Korea Drama Awards
Grand Prize (Daesang)Cho Jae-hyunNominated
Best DramaJeong Do-jeonNominated
Best ScreenplayJung Hyun-minWon
3rd APAN Star Awards
Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial DramaCho Jae-hyunWon
Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial DramaPark Yeong-gyuNominated
KBS Drama Awards
Grand Prize (Daesang)Yoo Dong-geunWon
Top Excellence Award, ActorCho Jae-hyunWon
Yoo Dong-geunNominated
Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial DramaCho Jae-hyunNominated
Yoo Dong-geunNominated
Park Yeong-gyuWon
Best Supporting ActorIm HoNominated
Best Young ActorJung Yun-seokNominated
PD AwardCho Jae-hyunNominated
Best WriterJung Hyun-minWon
201548th WorldFest-Houston International Film FestivalPlatinum Remi for Dramatic TV SeriesJeong Do-jeonWon

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