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en PressRelease T BTS members Jin and Jungkook go off about the relationship of 'Reply ' co-stars Hyeri and Ryu Joon Yeol? Kim Hwan Hee confirmed for new film 'Female Middle Schooler A' Suho, Kim .. cast opposite Yoo Seung Ho in upcoming romantic comedy Yoo Seung Ho. Friendship goals MBC drama awards special performance, Kim so hyun, Yeo Jin goo and Kim Yoo jung (the moon that embraces the sun/missing you. Goo Seung-Hyun (born September 22, ), is a South Korean actor. . Seo Do -young is the divorced mother of Oh Eun-bi and Oh Jung-min. . Goo-joo believes Yoo-jin could be a star and produces an idol group called Mr. Children. . In , Kim Woo-jin (Yeo Jin-goo), now a college student, notices that a series of.
Yoojung regretted not being able to both apologize to and thank him, but to her utmost surprise, she woke up one day to see a doctor who looked exactly like Bogum. Is this perhaps a chance for her to reset? Who's Kim Yoo Jung's ideal type? Only the subtitles in the black bar are fake: Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. After the news of SongSong couple's engagement came out, I can't help but raise my expectations regarding boyoo, haha.
I was browsing through my playlist and came across this song by bangtan. This song is honestly so beautiful and sort of illustrates the journey of our couple: Interesting tidbit about the butterfly analogy with respect to a couple's relationship: The author of this blog that I read beautifully depicts the paths that a person may take that corresponds to that of a butterfly.
When a butterfly lands on your palm, you may enclose it too tightly that you end up crushing it. However, if you let your palm lay open just like that, it will think you're uninterested and fly away. The last option, and as I quote from the author: Do not suffocate it.
Do not ignore it. But I hope that regardless of everything, they will be able to follow their heart and always treat their important person preciously [just like a butterfly]. As always, thanks for watching! I just bought a new video-editing app and I had so much fun playing with it tho I still need more time to master it, haha.
I shall put the link to the blog down below! Hope you all have a wonderful day: We had so much fun, we were dancing and drinking all night long. It was absolutely wicked night until I saw my crush and the inspiration for finishing this video came by one second.
I can treat him waaay better than his slutty girlfriend. D I sometimes think that my life is such a bad joke, like when something good happen to meimmediately something bad must happened next.
Anyway I want to dedicate this video to my ex-crush, yes I said EX! You can stay with that slut you asshole.Yeoyoo Couple Moments
And this is exactly what these second leads should do as well! Especially you TaekWang, you really deserve it. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair us. TOP 10 Korean dramas you can't wait to watch in They then communicate through a time-travel screen. Bogum and Yoojung fell in love with each other when they were in high school, not knowing that their families were actually sworn enemies.
However now adults, both of them decided to put their past behind and rekindle their lost love. Both of them are so pretty it was honestly so hard to cut each scene to just mere seconds XD Hope you guys enjoy watching this video! It is known that his flagship, a panokseonhad three decks during his campaigns, so there is support for the belief that the turtle ship had three decks. Turtle ships are the most famous part of Admiral Yi's fleet; however, he never deployed more than five in any one battle.
The Joseon Dynasty used cannons as its primary offensive naval weapon. Historically, they had often used guns and cannons against Japanese pirates as early as the s.
The Joseon navy did not implement the ship-boarding strategy that the Japanese navy did, so it was imperative that their warships "stand off" from Japanese vessels. Admiral Yi made it a strategic priority to avoid hand-to-hand combat, in which the Japanese navy specialized.
The turtle ship was developed to support his tactic against Japanese fleets. Turtle ships were first used in the Battle of Sacheon and were used in nearly every battle until the devastating Battle of Chilchonryangwhen a Japanese double-agent plot nearly succeeded, resulting in every turtle ship and all but 13 panokseon being sunk.
The turtle ships did not re-appear in battle until the Battle of Noryang. Turtle ships were mostly used to spearhead attacks. They were best used in tight areas and around islands rather than the open sea. The Japanese double-agent plot As Yi won battle after battle, Hideyoshi and his commanders became anxious as they neared Busan.
Yi constantly attacked and delayed supply ships bringing food, weapons, and reinforcements to the Japanese. At one point, the entire invasion was halted just before attacking Pyongyang when supplies and troops failed to reach the First and Second Divisions. At Busanthe Japanese warships were reinforced and some cannons added to larger ships. The fleet clustered beneath the harbor's defenses of heavy shore-mounted cannons that were acquired from the armory.
But, above all, the Japanese knew that, for a successful invasion of Joseon, Yi had to be eliminated. Not a single Japanese ship would be safe for as long as he was commanding the sea. Taking advantage of the many internal court rivalries of the Joseon Dynastythe Japanese devised a plan. Yoshira played this role until Kim began believing anything he would say.
King Seonjowho was desperate for victories to loosen the Japanese grip on his kingdom, gave permission for the attack. When General Kim gave Admiral Yi his orders, the admiral refused to carry them out, for he knew that the location given by the spy was studded with sunken rocks and was thus extremely dangerous. Admiral Yi also refused because he did not trust the words of spies.
They advised that Admiral Yi be arrested. As a result, inYi was relieved of command, placed under arrest, and taken to Seoul in chains to be imprisoned and tortured. Yi was tortured almost to the point of death by using simple torture tactics such as whipping, flogging, burning, the cudgel, or even the classic technique of leg breaking torture.
The prime minister, Yu Seong-ryongwho was Yi's childhood friend and his main supporter, remained silent during this deadly hour. Spared the death penalty, Admiral Yi was again demoted to the rank of a common infantry soldier under General Gwon Yul. This penalty was worse than death for Joseon generals at that time, since they lived by honor. However, Yi responded to this humiliation as a most obedient subject, quietly going about his work as if his rank and orders were appropriate.
Despite his low rank, many officers treated him with respect, since they knew that the admiral did nothing wrong[ citation needed ]. Yi would stay under General Gwon Yul 's command for a short while until Won Gyun 's death at the Battle of Chilchonryangwhich would lead to his reinstatement.
Joseon defeat at Chilchonryang and reinstatement of Admiral Yi With Yi stripped of influence and negotiations breaking down inHideyoshi again ordered an attack on Joseon. The second Japanese invasion landed in the first month of with a force ofmen transported on ships.
In response, Ming China sent thousands of reinforcements to aid Joseon. With the help of the Ming, the Joseon army was able to halt the Japanese offensive and push it back during the winter ofbefore the Japanese were able to reach the Joseon capitol of Hanseong. On the high seas, Yi's successor Won Gyun failed to respond to reports from his scouts and allowed the Japanese to land critical reinforcements at Sosang Harbor for their land offensive unopposed. Without adequate reconnaissance or planning, Won Gyun decided to attack with the entire naval force of Joseon at his disposal; a fleet consisting of warships operated by 30, men that had been carefully assembled and trained by Admiral Yi.
Won Gyun left anchor at Yeosu with the fleet and sailed into waters marked by treacherous rocks where the Japanese ambushed the Joseon fleet in the Battle of Chilchonryang on August 28, Ignorant of the strength and disposition of the enemy, Won was stunned to find a Japanese fleet of to ships which immediately closed for melee combat, denying the Joseon ships the advantages of superior seamanship and cannon fire.
The exhausted Joseon sailors were reduced to fighting boarding actions while heavily outnumbered and slaughtered en masse. The Joseon fleet was decimated with only 13 warships surviving under Admiral Bae Seolwho fled before battle was fully engaged to save the warships under his command.
After the destruction of the Joseon fleet, Won Gyun and Yi Eok-gianother Joseon commander, fled to an island with a band of survivors but were killed by waiting Japanese soldiers from the nearby fort.
The Battle of Chilchonryang was the only naval victory for the Japanese during the war against Joseon. When King Seonjo and the royal court learned of the catastrophic defeat, they hurriedly pardoned and reinstated Admiral Yi as commander of the greatly reduced Joseon fleet.
Battle of Myeongnyang See also: Battle of Myeongnyang Admiral Yi located the 13 warships and rallied the surviving sailors. Together with his flagship, Admiral Yi's entire fleet totaled 13 ships, none of which were turtle ships.
In the belief that the Joseon fleet would never be restorable, King Seonjosent an edict to Admiral Yi to abandon the warships and take his men to join the ground forces under General Gwon Yul. Admiral Yi responded with a letter written " Elimination of the Joseon fleet would mean unrestricted movement of supplies and reinforcements from Japan for the offensive drive on land towards Hanseong and beyond.
After careful study of potential battlefields, in October Admiral Yi lured the Japanese fleet into the Myeongnyang Strait by sending a fast warship near the Japanese naval base and luring the Japanese fleet out of anchorage. The Japanese assumed that this was a Joseon scouting ship and that pursuing it would lead to the location of Admiral Yi, giving them an opportunity to destroy the courageous admiral and the remnants of the Joseon fleet.
What they did not know was that they were being lured into a masterfully devised trap.
There were several reasons why Admiral Yi decided on this location for battle. Myeongnyang Strait had currents, eddies, and whirlpools so powerful that ships could only enter safely a few at a time. The north-south tidal flow reversed every three hours, limiting the time that the Japanese could mount an offensive. The strait was sufficiently narrow that it would prove impossible for the Japanese to flank or envelop the numerically inferior Joseon fleet.
The deep shadows of the surrounding hillsides provided the Joseon ships with concealment. On that particular day there was also a heavy mist, dramatically reducing visibility in favor of the Joseon fleet. Therefore, despite being vastly outnumbered, Admiral Yi used the terrain restrictions to neutralize the Japanese navy's staggering numerical advantage.
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The Japanese fleet of approximately ships warships, at least logistical support ships entered Myeongnyang Strait in groups. The Japanese ships that made it through were met by 13 Joseon warships obscured by the shadows of the surrounding hills, ready with archers and cannons, and the melee-based Japanese found themselves unable to fight effectively and break through the superior Joseon ranged fire.
The unpredictable current eventually wreaked havoc on the Japanese; their ships found themselves unable to maneuver and collided with each other when the tide reversed, while also presenting a perfect target for the Joseon naval artillery. Admiral Yi was astonishingly able to rout a force that outnumbered him more than 25 to 1 in ships alone.
About 31 of the Japanese ships that entered the Myeongnyang Strait were destroyed or damaged. Kurushima Michifusa was killed on his flagship by Joseon archers; his body in its ornate armor was fished out of the water, his severed head was put on display to further demoralize the Japanese fleet. Admiral Yi's miraculous victory at the Battle of Myeongnyang turned the tide of the entire war against the Japanese; their ground forces on the verge of invading Hanseong were cut off from steady flow of supplies and reinforcements, and forced to pull back.
Today, the battle is celebrated in Korea as one of Admiral Yi's greatest victories. No other engagement involving such an outnumbered fleet has resulted in such a disproportionate victory, making it one of the greatest achievements in naval warfare. The final battle and Admiral Yi's death See also: Battle of Noryang A map showing the movements of the navies in the battle.
Shimazu's goal was to break the allied forces' blockade on Konishi Yukinagajoin the two fleets, and sail home to Japan. Admiral Yi, meanwhile, knew exactly where Shimazu was, after receiving reports from scouts and local fishermen. At this time, the Joseon fleet consisted of 82 panokseon and three turtle shipswith 8, soldiers under Admiral Yi. Like Admiral Yi's previous battles, the Japanese were unable to respond effectively to the Korean's tactics. The tightness of Noryang Strait hindered lateral movement, and Yi's maneuvers prevented the Japanese fleet from boarding their enemies' vessels, their primary naval tactic.
As the Japanese retreated, Admiral Yi ordered a vigorous pursuit. During this time, a stray arquebus bullet from an enemy ship struck Admiral Yi,  near his left armpit.
Do not announce my death. Only two people witnessed his death: Yi HoeYi's eldest son, and Yi Wanhis nephew. For the remainder of the battle, Yi Wan wore his uncle's armor and continued to beat the war drum to encourage the pursuit.
When Chen Lin called for Admiral Yi to thank him for coming to his aid, he was met by Yi Wan, who announced that his uncle was dead. Shrines, both official and unofficial, were constructed in his honor all throughout the land. Today, Admiral Yi is considered one of Korea's greatest heroes of all time.
Koreans look upon Yi as a man of courage, perseverance, strength, self-sacrifice, intellect, and loyalty to his country. It is always difficult for Englishmen to admit that Nelson ever had an equal in his profession, but if any man is entitled to be so regarded, it should be this great naval commander of Asiatic race who never knew defeat and died in the presence of the enemy; of whose movements a track-chart might be compiled from the wrecks of hundreds of Japanese ships lying with their valiant crews at the bottom of the sea, off the coasts of the Korean peninsula His whole career might be summarized by saying that, although he had no lessons from past history to serve as a guide, he waged war on the sea as it should be waged if it is to produce definite results, and ended by making the supreme sacrifice of a defender of his country.
Admiral Togo regarded Admiral Yi as his superior. At a party held in his honor, Togo took exception to a speech comparing him to Lord Nelson and Yi Sun-sin.
The Imjin War, by Samuel Hawley, pg. Throughout history there have been few generals accomplished at the tactics of frontal attack, sudden attack, concentration and dilation. Napoleonwho mastered the art of conquering the part with the whole, can be held to have been such a general, and among admirals, two further tactical geniuses may be named: Undoubtedly, Yi is a supreme naval commander even on the basis of the limited literature of the Seven-Year Warand despite the fact that his bravery and brilliance are not known to the West, since he had the misfortune to be born in Joseon Dynasty.
Anyone who can be compared to Yi should be better than Michiel de Ruyter from Netherlands.
Nelson is far behind Yi in terms of personal character and integrity. Yi was the inventor of the covered warship known as the turtle ship. He was a truly great commander and a master of the naval tactics of three hundred years ago.
A Military History of the Empire Japanese: Yi's fleet was cut off from any helping hand from the king's court and had to fend for itself. The admiral often wrote in his war diary, Nanjung Ilgi War Diary of Admiral Yi Sun-sin, about how concerned he was about the food supply during winters. His enemy was fully supplied, and always outnumbered him.
Yi himself had never been trained as a naval commander. Korea, called Joseon at the time, did not have any naval training facilities. Although Yi passed the military exams when he was young, he was never trained at an academy. Yi's only military experiences came from fighting foreign Jurchen tribes invading from Manchuria.
In fact, the Battle of Okpohis first victory against the Japanese fleet, was also his first sea battle ever. None of his subordinates, including his own staff, had ever fought at sea before.
One reason Admiral Yi was successful in his battles was because his cannon had longer range and power than the enemy's, with the Japanese heavily favoring troop transport over naval combat. His turtle ship, which had first set sail the day before the invasion, was very effective in leading the attack and breaking the enemy's formation.
Yi won all of at least twenty-three naval battles fought while suffering very minimal losses, destroying many Japanese ships and killing many Japanese soldiers.
Admiral Yi used many different formations according to the situation, and capitalized on tides and ocean currents. Yi also took advantage of his knowledge of the surrounding sea. Many times, he lured the enemy to a place where his fleet would have the upper hand. At the Battle of Hansandothe Japanese commander broke ranks and Yi routed his fleet.
Yi's expertise on naval strategy is apparent in the fact that his successor, Won Gyuneven with all of Yi's ships and trained crew, could not defeat an enemy fleet of similar might. One of the greatest legacies of the admiral was the disruption of the Japanese supply line.
Through his calculated attacks, he successfully burdened the Japanese navy and the supplies trying to reach their lines near the Chinese border.