The Great Emperror in Song Dynasty (HD Shooting Version) (DVD) (2015)

China Drama
The Great Emperror in Song Dynasty (HD Shooting Version) (DVD) China Drama
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The Great Emperror in Song Dynasty (HD Shooting Version)

The Great Emperror in Song Dynasty (HD Shooting Version)

  • Video
  • PAL: Widescreen 16:9
  • Audio
  • Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese Simplified
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
    10-Disc Box Set
  • Region code
  • Region All
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  • Title : The Great Emperror in Song Dynasty (HD Shooting Version) / 大宋传奇之赵匡胤
  • Genre : Historical
  • Episode : 1-48 end
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2015
  • Listing date : 02 Apr 2016
  • Disc Qty : 10 pcs
  • Weight : 450(g)
  • Production country : China

  • Cast by
  • Chen Jian bing , Ying Tao , Shao Feng , Wang Hui Chun , Tian Ling , Li Wenwen , Li Yanxi , Zhou Yang
  • Synopsis
  • The Great Emperror in Song Dynasty is a historical biography drama series.

    Zhao Kuangyin was the founding emperor of imperial China's Song Dynasty, reigning from 960 until his death. A distinguished military general under the Later Zhou, he came to power by staging a coup d'etat and forcing the young Emperor Gong of Later Zhou to abdicate power.

    During his reign, he conquered the states of Southern Tang, Later Shu, Southern Han and Jingnan, thus reunifying most of China proper and effectively ending the tumultuous Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. To strengthen his control, he lessened the power of military generals and relied on civilian officials in administration. he was succeeded by Emperor Taizong, his younger brother who possibly murdered him for the throne.

  • Synopsis
  • The Great Emperror in Song Dynasty is a historical biography drama series.

    Zhao Kuangyin was the founding emperor of imperial China's Song Dynasty, reigning from 960 until his death. A distinguished military general under the Later Zhou, he came to power by staging a coup d'etat and forcing the young Emperor Gong of Later Zhou to abdicate power.

    During his reign, he conquered the states of Southern Tang, Later Shu, Southern Han and Jingnan, thus reunifying most of China proper and effectively ending the tumultuous Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. To strengthen his control, he lessened the power of military generals and relied on civilian officials in administration. he was succeeded by Emperor Taizong, his younger brother who possibly murdered him for the throne.