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Dae Wang Sejong Episode #1.27 (2008) online
Original Title :
Episode #1.27
Genre :
TV Episode / Drama / History
Year :
2008
Type :
TV Episode
Rating :
6.4/10
Dae Wang Sejong Episode #1.27 (2008) online

Season 1 Episode 27. Previous. Show more on IMDbPro . Frequently Asked Questions.

All you need to know about season 1 of Dae Wang Sejong, (trailer, casting, pics. and the next TV broadcasts of the TV Show Dae Wang Sejong. Season episodes list 1. S01E01 : Episode 1 (aired on 01/05/2008). S01E02 : Episode 2 (aired on 01/06/2008). S01E03 : Episode 3 (aired on 01/12/2008). S01E04 : Episode 4 (aired on 01/13/2008). S01E05 : Episode 5 (aired on 01/19/2008). S01E06 : Episode 6 (aired on 01/20/2008). S01E07 : Episode 7 (aired on 01/26/2008). S01E08 : Episode 8 (aired on 01/27/2008). S01E09 : Episode 9 (aired on 02/02/2008). S01E10 : Episode 10 (aired on 02/03/2008).

Next episode →. Aired on 04/05/2008. Prime Minister Hwang Hui. Kim Sang-kyung. King Sejong the Great. Next episode →. Story, Pics & Casting 86 episodesSeason 1 : 2008.

Episode 1. 01/05/2008. 2. Episode 2. 01/06/2008. 3. Episode 3. 01/12/2008. 4. Episode 4. 01/13/2008. 5. Episode 5. 01/19/2008.

More Episode 27 (S01E27) is the twenty-seventh episode of season one of "Dae Wang Sejong" released on Sat Apr 05, 2008. amp; 34 people watched this episode. In case of spoilers! Display anyway.

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Description: This drama is about the life of the fourth king of the Choson Dynasty, King Sejong. He is best remembered for creating the native Korean alphabet, Hangul. Episode Length: 55. Network: KBS. Tags

Also Known As: The Great King Sejong, Sejong the Great, Dae Wang Sejong, Directors: Kim Won Suk, Kim Sung Geun. Hewing relatively closely to fact, it generates its dramatic power through complex characterizations and thoughtful explorations of moral quandaries. Sejong’s reign may have been lauded precisely for its lack of drama, but the writers find plenty of conflict to build engaging story lines around, as they explore the challenges of ruling with benevolence rather than terror.