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==Cast==
 
==Cast==
[[Image:KingGeunchogoChart.jpg|thumb|200px|Correlation Chart]]
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*[[Kam Woo Sung]] as King Geunchogo
 
*[[Kam Woo Sung]] as King Geunchogo
 
*[[Kim Ji Soo]] as Buyeo Hwa
 
*[[Kim Ji Soo]] as Buyeo Hwa
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*[[Park Gun Il]] as Geungusoo
 
*[[Park Gun Il]] as Geungusoo
 
*[[Ham Eun Jung]] as Jin Ah Yi
 
*[[Ham Eun Jung]] as Jin Ah Yi
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*[[Seo Hyun Suk]] as Bu Yeo Kwang
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*[[Oh Seung Yoon]] as Bu Yeo Geun
 
*[[Qri]] as Princess Yeojin
 
*[[Qri]] as Princess Yeojin
*[[Han Jung Soo]] as Bok Goo Geom (cameo)
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*[[Hong In Young]] as Princess Jin Goo
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*[[Shin Dong Woo]] as Chim Mi So
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*[[Han Jung Soo]] as Bok Goo Geom
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*[[Ha Na Kyung]] (하나경)
  
 
==Production Credits==
 
==Production Credits==

Revision as of 04:29, 30 May 2011

King Geunchogo

Contents

Details

  • Title: 근초고왕 (近肖古王) / Geunchogo Wang
  • Also known as: King Geunchogo
  • Genre: Historical
  • Episodes: 60
  • Broadcast network: KBS1
  • Broadcast period: 2010-Nov-06 to 2011-May-29
  • Air time: Saturday & Sunday 21:40

Synopsis

The story of King Geunchogo, warrior king of Baekje. Under his reign, the kingdom experienced its glory days, with military conquests that saw him controlling most of the Korean peninsula and a subsequent enhancement of political power that reached its greatest height in Baekje's history.

Cast

Correlation Chart

Production Credits

Episode Ratings

see King Geunchogo/Episode Ratings

External Links



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