Title: 삼한지-주몽 편 / Jumong – Prince of The Legend
also known as : The Book of Three Han
Chinese title : 三韓志-朱蒙篇
Broadcast network: MBC
Broadcast period: 2006-May-15 to 2007-Mar-06
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55
“Magnitude is about to start.”
You are about to go back to the time of Goguryeo, a time which was bigger than now.
‘A time when our nation was the most beautiful’, ‘A time when our nation was the center of the world’. Have you ever met such a time?! dares to journey into a time no one has ever gone back to. The most surprising time in history has come back 2000 years later, a time when the nation made China fall down to their knees and when we fought other nations without any fear.
Meet a hero bigger than the myth.
Alexander, Genghis Khan, we have the hero who overwhelmed his generation and changed history, Jumong! Up to now we have been used to dramas dealing with the history of kings and knights but now we are about to challenge in creating a drama with the birth of a true hero. A name only remembered as a myth. Get ready to meet Jumong, the hero who opened up the skies of the Old Joseon, which was once ours, by fighting thousands and thousands of armies.
Meet the love even bigger than the history.
‘Love’ seems to be the one common denominator across people of all generations and nations. ‘Love’ gets swept away with the waves of time and also gets hurt with biased views in societies, but it also creates a new kind of history by wrestling against adversity and the trials of time. True love, which is uncommonly seen in history, is re-drawn through the drama of our once forgotten history.
Through the wisdom and courage of Korea’s first queen So Seo-no…
Song Il Gook as Ju-Mong
Han Hye Jin as Soh Suh No
Kim Seung Soo as Prince Dae-So
Hu Joon Ho as Hae Mo-Su
Oh Yun Soo as Lady Yoo-Hwa
Kyun Mi Ri as Queen Wan Hoo
Jun Kwang Ryul as King Geum-Wa
Song Ji Hyo as Ye So Ya (Jumong’s wife)
Park Tam Hee as Yang Seol Ran
Bae Soo Bin as Sayong
Im Dae Ho as Hyoppo
Ahn Jung Hoon as Mari
Yeo Ho Min as Oi
Jung Ho Bin as Woo Tae
Jung Han Hun as Woo Tae’s father
Lee Kye In as Mo Pal Mo
Park Nam Hyun as Na Ro (Dae So’s loyal subject)
Lee Sang Yi
Jin Hee Kyung as Yeo Mi Eul (the sorceress)
Lee Jae Yong as Boo Deuk Bool
Kwon Eun Ah as Mau Ryung (sorceress from Wan Hoo’s clan)
Won Ki Joon as Prince Young Po
Kim Byung Gi as Chief Yuntabal (Soh Suh No’s father)
Im So Young as Bu Young
Ha Yong Jin
Ahn Yong Joon as Yuri
Kim Suk as Ohnjo
Yoon Dong Hwan as Yang-jung
Kim Min Chan as Muk-geo
Kang Eun Tak as Chan-soo
Jang Hyo Jin
Lee Won Jae
Director: Lee Joo Hwan
Screenwriter: Jung Hyung Soo and Choi Wan Kyu