‘Those Who Cross the Line’ the worst king Yeonsan-gun VS the great king Jeongjo, the psychology analyzed by the Annals of the Joseon Dynasty

[Reporter Kim So-yeon of Daily Economy Star Today]

In “Those Who Cross the Line”, we learn the psychology of kings recorded in the Annals of the Joseon Dynasty.

MBC’s entertainment program “Those Who Cross the Line”, which will premiere at 9:10 p.m. on the 25th, will feature “History Master” Shim Yong-hwan and experts in each field along with Jeon Hyun-moo, Kim Jong-min and Yoo Byung-jae, making weekly learning trips across the lines of knowledge.

The first theme of ‘Fairy’ is ‘Between the Holy Father and the Tyrant’. Jung-jo and Yeonsan-gun, who suffered the same injury due to the death of their parents, take a psychological approach to why they took a different path.

Jeon Hyun-moo, Kim Jong-min, and Yoo Byung-jae were surprised to learn the story of Yeonsan-gun and his family members in the Annals of the Joseon Dynasty, which recorded the king’s every move. It is said that all the members expressed interest in the view that the behavior of the abandoned Yoon, who said his emotional ups and downs have become worse after giving birth to Yeonsan-gun, can be interpreted as “postpartum depression,” amplifying curiosity.

It also approaches psychologically whether Yeonsan-gun, who killed courtiers and showed madness, can be regarded as psychopaths and sociopaths. In addition, expectations are high that the answer to the tyrant Yeonsan’s deadly trauma is in “Hug” to dig into Yeonsan’s “truth or lie” that we did not know.

I think we know everything, but we didn’t know about the “History of Psychology” learning tour “Between Sung and Tyrants” can be found in “Those Who Cross the Line”, which will premiere at 9:10 p.m. on the 25th.


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