Meanwhile, Prince Dongpyung, the man Crown Prince Lee Soon trusts the most, takes an interest in Jang Ok-Jung. Jang Ok Jung, Live In Love (2013) is an historical drama loosely based on the life of a notoriously beautiful concubine to Korean King Sukjong of the Joseon era (1661 – 1720): her name was originally Jang Ok Jung, and later changed to Jang Hui Bin after she became concubine to the King. Meanwhile, Prince Dongpyung, the man Crown Prince Lee Soon trusts the most, takes an interest in Jang Ok-Jung. In other words, history always gives us this much leeway to make a romance out of nothing. It is based on the 2008 novel Jang Ok-jeong, Live for Love by Choi Jung Mi. Jang Ok-Jung asks the slave owner for a reason why her offer is refused and the slave owner tells her to go ask her uncle Jang Hyun (Sung Dong-Il). Her uncle is a highly ambitious man, who hopes to use Jang Ok-Jung for his own ambitions. Throughout history, she has been labelled as a “stubborn, licentious, decadent, femme fatale.”

“Jang Ok Jeong” is a 2013 South Korean historical drama series directed by Boo Sung Cheol. So when watching the queen in some random episode I had assumed queen in-hyun was her but watching a part where some girl tells her dad that she has changed her mind and will enter the palace as a concubine but not unless she second … It is based on the 2008 novel Jang Ok-jeong, Live for Love by Choi Jung Mi. As I’m watching Jang Ok Jung, Living by Love I became really confused because in my mind I thought Queen In Hyun was the first queen of king Sukjong. From the very first episode, she reveals herself as a woman beyond her time, independent, driven, and most importantly, self-respecting. Queen Jang Hui-Bin as portrayed in Jang Ok-jung, Living by Love (2013)(Screenshot/fair use) Queen Jang Hui-bin’s reputation has often been negative. Jang Ok Jung, Live In Love (2013) is an historical drama loosely based on the life of a notoriously beautiful concubine to Korean King Sukjong of the Joseon era (1661 – 1720): her name was originally Jang Ok Jung, and later changed to Jang Hui Bin after she became concubine to the King. I haven't felt this kind of depression after watching a Korean drama series since Autumn in My Heart (2000)/가을동화. JOJ : another side of Jang Hee Bin and King Sukjong, really2 makes me curious, how this pure side of Jang Ok Jung will change became a devil (like in history and dong yi)? and i always wonder, if sukjong really love her, why in the end he'll let ok jung to die (drink a poison)? So, I knew what was coming from the beginning. But she was eventually demoted back to Hui Bin (the top level concubine in Joseon times). According to historian Hwang, her story has some similarities to Anne Boleyn. Jang Ok-Jung asks the slave owner for a reason why her offer is refused and the slave owner tells her to go ask her uncle Jang Hyun (Sung Dong-Il). Jang Ok-jung in JOJ truly surprised me with her drive and passion to protect what is important to her — not her budding love for the future King Sukjong, but her mother and her dreams to make clothes that define people. She was famous for her beauty and infamous for her ambition to be Queen and King Sukjong did end up dethroning his second Queen – Queen Inhyeon – and putting JOJ on the throne. It is based on the historical novel work of the same title written by Choi Jung-mi, and is directed by Boo Sung-chul. Her uncle is a highly ambitious man, who hopes to use Jang Ok-Jung for his own ambitions. Jang Ok Jung (Hui Bin) was an infamous concubine in Joseon history. The series is set during the Joseon… If you want to approach Jang Ok Jung, Live in Love as infallible history, don’t. There are also other dramas that are about this story. he found another love (dong yi)? I made the mistake of reading the history of these people before watching the drama. I think what makes this one different is that the writers write it as a love story between Jang Ok Jung and King Sook Jong from beginning to end. But if you’re in the mood for a sweeping epic love story set in historical period based more or less on … Prince Dongpyung then arranges a party where he can …
Jang Ok-Jung, Living by Love (2013) is a period piece from SBS. but i never think he ever fall in love with inhyeon, isn't he?