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Queen Dangyeong

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Name  Queen Dangyeong
Died  December 27, 1557
Spouse  Jungjong of Joseon

Park Min-young as Lady Shin Chae-Kyung, later Queen Dangyeong in the 2017 South Korean television series, Queen for Seven Days

Father  Shin Su-Keun , son-in-law of Kwon Ram , Joseon Dynasty Politician who served as Left or Second State Councillor or Vice Prime Minister during the era of King Sejo.
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Queen Dangyeong or Queen Dan-Kyung (7 February 1487 – 27 December 1557) was the wife and Queen consort of King Jungjong of Joseon, the 11th monarch of the Joseon Dynasty.

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Park Min-young as Queen Dangyeong in the 2017 South Korean television series, Queen for Seven Days

Life

Queen Dangyeong of Joseon

Born Lady Sin, her father, Shin Su-geun was the brother-in-law of King Yonsangun, and was opposed to the enthronement of Jungjong, leading a coup against him, in which he was killed. Due to this incident, Lady Sin was removed from her position as queen and expelled from the palace. She died in 1557, childless, and buried in a family tomb. Her position was posthumously restored in 1739 and her tomb was named Olleung.

Family

Park Min-young as Lady Shin Chae-Kyung, later Queen Dangyeong in the 2017 South Korean television series, Queen for Seven Days

  • Father: Shin Su-Geun (1450 – 1506) (신수근)
  • Grandfather: Shin Seung-Seon (1436 – 1502) (신승선)
  • Grandmother: Princess Jungmo of the Jeonju Yi clan (중모현주)
  • Mother: Lady Han of the Cheongju Han clan (청주 한씨)
  • Husband: King Jungjong of Joseon (16 April 1488 – 29 November 1544) (조선 중종)
  • The tomb of Queen Dangyeong

  • Portrayed by Park Min-young in the 2017 KBS2 TV series Queen for Seven Days.

  • Park Min-young as Queen Dangyeong and Yeon Woo-Jin as King Jungjong in the 2017 South Korean television series, Queen for Seven Days

    On the left and right is Park Min-young and at the center is Park Si-Eun in the 2017 tv series, Queen for Seven Days

    References

    Queen Dangyeong Wikipedia