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Watch The Immortal Yi Soon Shin Online: Watch full length episodes, video clips, highlights and more. In the Battle of Myeongnyang, on October 26, , the Korean Joseon kingdom's navy, led by Admiral Yi Sun-sin, fought the Japanese navy in the Myeongnyang Strait, Date, October 26, (September 16 according to Chinese lunisolar .. of the TV drama series Immortal Admiral Yi Sun-sin, and in the film The. Jan 21, Date added: 01/22/ This film depicts General Lee Sun-Shin who is probably the most Drama: Immortal Admiral Yi Sun Shin. watch online Iki Haole: Nico's Hawaiian Adventure to phone movie HQ.
With Korea on the verge of becoming a mere footnote to history, Yi soon-shin appeared to command one of Korea's fleets.
In engagement after engagement he beat the numerically superior Japanese fleets, sometimes destroying dozens of Japanese ships without a single ship of his own being lost. Yi's most famous contribution to naval warfare was the "turtle ship," the culmination of a technology which had been developing for years in Korea.
The hulls of the turtle ships were clad with iron, and a steeply pitched, iron-clad roof prevented Japanese cannonballs from penetrating the deck, while spikes pointing outward from the superstructure prevented boarding.
The Japanese, glorifying land warfare above all else, made no effort to copy the turtle ships and Admiral Yi went from victory to victory, completely cutting the Japanese supply line and leaving the tens of thousands of Japanese troops on the Korean peninsula to be slowly ground under the Ming army.
Like Themistocles, Yi had to wheedle and maneuver to get the resources and the permissions he needed to wage a successful naval war; like Patton he was periodically reprimanded and removed from power, only to be replaced as soon as his successor proved incapable of using the navy as successfully as had Yi. We also see the officers and men who made up the fleet, from wandering vagabonds turned courageous sailors, to nobles who learn to subordinate their Confucian family loyalties to the greater needs of the navy and the country.
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Yi, Nelson, and Themistocles must surely rank as the three greatest fighting admirals in history. There is another eerie similarity between Yi and Nelson: In Admiral Yi's case, his death is particularly sad because there was little doubt that the engagement in which he was killed would have been the final one of the war -- he won the war but he was not destined to see the peace.
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Immortal Yi Soon Shin normabaylis51 10 March To tell the truth I knew absolutely nothing about Korea or it's history this time last year,but now I am following the life of one of the greatest men who ever lived.
None of the other ships advanced, so I could not assure our outcome. All other officers were seeking to run, as they knew this battle was against a massive force. Ship commanded by Kim Eok-chu, the Officer of Jeolla Right province, was at 1 majang approximately 2—3 km away.
First came a ship commanded by local magistrate An Wi and then several ships commanded by central squadron leader Kim Ung-ham. Second phase south flowing current [ edit ] The tide soon shifted and the Japanese ships began to drift backwards and collide with each other.
In the confusion, Admiral Yi ordered his ships to advance and press the attack, ramming 30 Japanese ships.
The dense formation of Japanese ships crowded in the narrow strait made a perfect target for Joseon cannon fire. The strong tides prevented those in the water from swimming to shore, and many Japanese sailors who abandoned sinking or damaged ships drowned in the currents.
By the end of the battle, approximately 30 Japanese warships were sunk.Immortal Yi Soon Shin - TITLE THEME
Some Korean documents record the number of damaged Japanese warships, which also includes those not sunk but sustaining some amount of damage; however, the condition of the damaged ships is unclear. There were 13 Joseon ships in the sea. It is the whirlwind sea, but 13 ships stood there while it had calmed. We decided to fight with them. The width of the sea is too narrow so that we prepared Sekibune and started the battle.
Starting the battle, lots of our people got wounded.
And sir Kurushima Michifusa was killed. Also, lots of our people got captured.
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Half of my subordinates officers were wounded or killed. Mori attacked the enemy's ship riding on a Sekibune. To get aboard to the enemy's ship, we threw sickles. But the enemy shot the arrows and bullets fiercely, so he got endangered. We fought from morning till night. We ran out of the narrow sea hoisting a sail. Because of that fact, the enemy's ships could not chase us.
Without being resupplied or reinforced, the morale of the Japanese soldiers declined. Even after the victory, however, the Joseon navy was still outnumbered by the remaining Japanese navy, so Admiral Yi withdrew to the Yellow sea to resupply his fleet and have more space for mobile defense.
After hearing the news of the heroic victory, many surviving ships and sailors who had been hiding after the defeat at Chilcheollyang joined Admiral Yi's fleet. After the destruction of most of the Joseon fleet at Chilcheollyangthe Ming kept their navy stationed at important port cities to guard against possible Japanese naval attacks.