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October 20, 2021
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The King: Monarch Of Eternity (더 킹 : 영원의 군주)’s
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In 1994, the Kingdom of Corea encounters severe upheaval. The King is murdered by his brother Lee Lim and the King's son Lee Gon is stabbed in the neck, but he survives. The murderous Lee Lim seeks to possess the Manpasikjeok, which is legendary flute that holds supernatural powers. After a mysterious figure appears with a gun, Lee Lim slips away with only half of the now broken flute. The young Lee Gon holds onto a police badge he grabbed from the mysterious figure. The next day, Lee Gon is appointed the next ruler of the Kingdom of Corea. 25 years later, in the autumn of 2019, King Lee Gon governs the Kingdom of Corea as its benevolent leader. He is still haunted by what happened when he was a child and the mystery behind the police badge left by his savior. The police badge he held was issued on November 11, 2019 for Lieutenant Jeong Tae Eul. Autumn 2019, in the Republic of Korea. Jeong Tae Eul is a detective in the Violent Crimes Division at the Seoul Jongo Police Station. She is working undercover to take down the operator of an illegal online gambling operation. Meanwhile, in the Kingdom of Corea, King Lee Gon chases after someone that is dressed like a rabbit with a clock. King Lee Gon has a feeling that the person dressed like a rabbit may be his mysterious savior from 25 years earlier. King Lee Gon mounts his horse Maximus and enters the forest. Soon, he crosses over from the Kingdom of Corea into the parallel world of the Republic of Korea, where Lee Gon finally meets Detective Jeong Tae Eul.

Country: South Korea

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: Korean

Release Date: April 17, 2020

Also Known As: The King: Youngwonui Gunjoo, O Rei eterno |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), France (16) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

time travel

Company Credits

Production Co: Hwa and Dam Pictures, Studio Dragon


Baek Hyun-joo
as Secretary Mo/Prime Minister
Jeon Bae-soo
as Jeong Do In (Tae Eul's father)
In-ho Tae
as Chairman Choe
Lee Hae-Young
as Lee Lim's assistant
Kim Young-ok
as Court Lady Noh Ok Nam
Eun Min Ko
as Song Jeong Hye (young)
Hyun-min Yang
as Gambling boss
Hyeon-jong Sin
as Horse doctor
Song Sang-Eun
as Gyeong Ran
Chun Jung-Ha
as Yangsun Care Center manager
Ji-hyeon Lee
as Eun Seob's Mother
Hoon Song
as Photographer
Lee Min-Ho
as Lee Gon
Kim Go-eun
as Jeong Tae Eul/Luna
Kim Yong Ji
as Myeong Na Ri/Myeong Seung Ah
Cha Sung-je
as Birthday party boy
Park Hoon
as Jo Yeong's father
Woo Do-hwan
Kang Ki-Doong
as Secretary Kim/Prison Correctional Officer
Jo Jae-yoon
as Toy Shop Owner
Kwi-seon Kim
as Park Mun Haeng
Hyun-jun Jung
as Lee Gon (young)
Lee Ho-Cheol
as Gang boss
Woo-Jin Moon
as Kang Hyeon Min (young)
Ye-Won Lee
as Luna (child)
Lee Min Ho
Kim Kyung-nam
Woo Do-Hwan
as Jo Yeong/Jo Eun Seob
Si-Yul Jung
as Jo Yeong (young)
Moo-Song Jeon
as Lee Jong In (Prince Buyeong)
Kim Jeong-yeong
as Seo Ryeong's Mother
Seo Jung-Yeon
as Song Jeong Hye
Park Ji-Yeon
as Park Ji Young
Soo-Yun Shin
as Koo Seo Ryeong (young)
Lee Hwang-Eui
as Seo Ryeong's advisor
Jung Eun-chae
as Koo Seo Ryeong
Hwang Young-Hee
as Shin Jae's Mother
Heo Dong-won
as Detective Shim
Park So-jin
as Jo Hae In (Psychiatrist)
Ha Seung-Youn
as Train booking clerk
Kim Kyung-Nam
as Kang Shin Jae/Kang Hyeon Min
Woo Jin Kim
as Lee Seung Heon (young)
Kang Hong-Seok
as Jang Michael/Jang Mi Reuk
Garrison Michael Farquharson-Keener
as BDC News Anchor
Lee Jeong-jin
Park Won-Sang
as Detective Park
Kwon Yul
as Emperor Lee Ho
Dong-gyun Kim
as Kang Shin Jae's father
Lee Jung-Jin
as Lee Lim
Joo-man Yoon
as Lee Lim's assistant

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2020 | 16 Episodes



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