Title: Gyebaek
Genre: Historical, period
Episodes: 36
Director: Kim Geun Hong
Screenwriter: Jung Hyung Soo
Broadcast network: MBC, every Monday & Tuesday 21:55
Broadcast period: 2011-Jul-25 to 2011-Nov-22


This period drama was produced to shed light on how noble values championed by General Gyebaek of the Baekje kingdom last much longer than the battle cheers of the victors in history. There is no intention to make this a period drama that glorifies Baekje. Nor is it correct to assume that this TV show intends to rewrite Baekje’s history. But for a kingdom that lasted for 680 years, it is time to address the falsehoods that Baekje collapsed due to a tyrant ruler who purportedly was a drunk. There should be a comprehensive look at how Baekje was surrounded by encroaching kingdoms that formed alliances to the detriment of Baekje.

Character Description

Gyebaek / Actor – Lee Seo-jin

General of Baekje. He fought the Tang Dynasty-Silla Kingdom joint forces when the kingdom was under attack. With just 5000 men, he fought four battles in the Hwangsangbeol plains and decisively defeated General Kim Yushin of the Silla Kingdom each time. General Gyebaek is a tragic figure who tried to save his kingdom from the joint Tang Dynasty-Silla kingdom army. He willingly engaged in his last battle fully aware that he would die fighting against two formidable enemies at once. But there are mixed reactions toward

Kuk Jumo (Empress Satek)

She was King Euja’s stepmother. As the queen of King Mu, she was given the title Empress Satek. Her father was Satek Jeokdeok, whose family clan was powerful and wealthy. After the death of Queen Seonhwa, she tried to have her son Gyogi become the crown prince. With the support of her powerful family, she was also intelligent and very beautiful. On the surface, she maintains a warm and friendly façade but she can carve the heart out of her enemies if she has to.

King Euja

King Euja was born as King Mu’s eldest son. He was regarded as a wise king during his reign. Five years before the downfall of the Baekje kingdom, he conquered 30 fortresses that belonged to the Silla kingdom. But his kingdom was destroyed when the Tang Dynasty and Silla Kingdom joined their armies to invade Baekje. In the “History of Three Kingdoms,” it is said that King Euja came to ignore the kingdom affairs in his later years, to which his subjects took advantage of his lapse of judgment


Gyebaek’s father. Royal guard of King Euja and Seonhwa He protects Seonhwa and the young prince Myeong with valor. But he is framed by Kuk Jumo as a traitor who sold out his kingdom to Silla. He barely escapes from being executed and flees to the countryside where he lives as a hermit…

Lee Seo Jin as General Gyebaek
Jo Jae Hyun as King Euija
Cha In Pyo as Moo Jin (Gye Baek’s father)
Oh Yun Soo as Sa Taek Bi

Lee Hyun Woo as teen Gye Baek
Choi Won Hong as child Euija
No Young Hak as teen Euija
Song Ji Hyo as Eun Go
Jun Min Seo as child Eun Go
Park Eun Bin as teen Eun Go
Hyo Min as Cho Young
Han Bo Bae as teen Cho Young
Jun Noh Min as Sung Choong
Kim Yoo Suk as Heung Soo
Jin Tae Hyun as Gyo Ki
Nam Da Reum as child Gyo Ki
Seo Young Joo as teen Gyo Ki
Choi Jae Hwan as King Mu
Jo Sang Ki as Nam Jo
Kim Hyun Sung as Moo Geun
Yoon Da Hoon as Dok Kye
Ahn Kil Kang as Kwi Woon
Jung Sung Mo as Yoon Choong
Im Hyun Sik as Jo Geum sunsaeng
Choi Jae Ho as Eui Jik
Kim Dong Hee as Eun Sang
Kim Jin Ho  as Wang Hyo Rin
Park Yoo Hwan as Chul Yeon
Go Yoon Hoo as Dae Soo
Lee Poong Woon as teen Dae Soo
Jang Hee Woong as Yong Soo
Han Ji Woo as Yeon Tae Yeon
Jung So Young as Myung Joo
Ryu Je Hee as Seol Yi
Lee Min Ho as teen Moon Geun
Kim Byung Gi
Jung Han Hun



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