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Jumong Volume 2

4.2 out of 5 stars 16 ratings

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June 19, 2007
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The Legend Continues... Never before has a TV drama series captured the richness and excitement of Korean history quite like Jumong. Follow the paths of Jumong (Song Il-Kook, Emperor of the Sea), Sosuhno (Han Hye-Jin, Be Strong Geum Soon!), and Daeso (Kim Seung-Soo, One Million Roses) as they face the inevitable conspiracies and hardships in bringing freedom to the ancient people of Korea. Sword-fighting competitions, marriage proposals, military attacks, and revelations of significant secrets all await you in Jumong Volume 2 (episodes 21-40). YA Entertainment is honored to present Jumong on DVD with English subtitles, a true cultural phenomenon and a defining event in Korean television history!


It's quite hard to overstate the popularity of Korean martial arts period drama Jumong. This is a show that regularly drew better than 40% of the Korean viewing audience with the final episode drawing more than 50% of viewers - a shocking number - and proved so enormously successful that producers actually altered the story arc mid stream to further expand the story and extend its run. Posts that we made about the show nearly a year ago are still among the most commented on here at Twitch. And not only is it incredibly popular it is also, by all accounts, shockingly good - arguably one of the best Korean television productions ever.... --http://www.twitchfilm.net/archives/009521.html

The story begins in 108 B.C during a time when the Han Empire (China) had recently defeated the Gojosun Empire. With the ancient Korean empire under Chinese occupation, the neighboring Puyo Kingdom was not sure how to proceed. Puyo's King Haeburu (Park Geun Hyung) and his advisors knew that their kingdom could be next. They considered whether or not to make peace with the Han or prepare an offensive. One such man that led the battle against Han occupation was Haemosu (Hur Jun Ho). He was the leader of the Damul Army, a resistance group formed in the downfall of Gojosun. At first, Haeburu had no intention of helping Haemosu, but the Han instead. However, when Haeburu learned that his son Kumwa (Jeon Gwang Ryeol), the Royal Crown Price, was best friends and comrades with Haemosu, he decided to invite Haemosu into his ranks. But when it came to the king's attention that Haemosu's popularity was outgrowing his own, Haemosu became a target by the state and was killed. --http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/read.php?ID=28331

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