Under the Queen’s Umbrella Episode 12: Everything to know about
Oh Ye-Cheong-ha, the next Crown Princess, was welcomed by Queen Hwa-ryeong (Kim Hye-soo) in episode 12 of Under the Royal Scepter, which premiered on Netflix on November 20, 2022. After making a pledge to Minister Yoon, who is also Cheong-father, ha’s, to keep her safe in the palace despite Queen Dowager’s efforts to remove Seong-nam (Moon Sang-min), who is now her husband, the Queen requests his assistance in protecting her son.
In this episode, the three Royal spouses, Hwa-ryeong, Consort Go (Woo Jung-won), and Tae (Kim Ga-Eun), debate probable candidates for the role of Crown Princess. To better comprehend the circumstances and evaluate their possibilities in the selection process, they disguised themselves as commoners and headed out on an adventure outside the palace. It is now difficult to ignore the comparisons fans have made between this trio and the three Powerpuff Girls.
Recap of Under the Queen’s Umbrella:
Since the first day, Queen Hwa-ryeong has not had many opportunities to breathe a sigh of relief or take a break from her duties. She will confront a fresh obstacle the following week when Grand Prince Muan (Yoon Sang-Hyun) appears to be pregnant with Cho-wol. The show’s fans stormed Twitter with memes citing the Hwa-breakdown ryeong scene.
The wedding of Crown Prince Seong-nam and Crown Princess Cheong-ha was the highlight of the twelfth episode. Seongnam is hesitant to believe Cheong-ha because she was previously identified as the pick of the Queen Dowager. Even though he has love for her, he is constantly on guard whenever his grandmother’s name is mentioned due to their troubled past. Following the couple’s dismal reunion, many were heartbroken and tweeted their anguish on the blue app.
Under the Queen’s Umbrella gives the idea of a queen who fights courageously to safeguard her name and her children. She now has an explanation for why she acts in this manner.
Raising the Crown Prince has presented difficulties for the Queen. So that her children’s education is not questioned, she must fulfil her responsibilities. She successfully raises her eldest son, the New King, among her five sons. The remaining three of her four sons are extremely unmotivated and extremely slothful.
She becomes frustrated when attempting to explain anything to the other sons, so she begins to badger them. She continues to be proud of the Supreme Leader until she learns that a lack of blood causes his condition.
The previous Crown Prince also succumbed to the sickness. Fearful of losing her child, she searches for a solution in any way possible. If the Supreme Leader passes away, her position on the court could be jeopardised.
Plot to Know about:
- Princes who stay in palaces and are preparing to become crown princes are a constant source of frustration for the ruling elite. She exudes neither elegance nor grace; rather, she is a prickly, impatient, and spiky monarch.
- Because everyone continued to annoy her, she felt at ease. She is a princess who has been overheard cursing and eating her pride on occasion! She encounters daily obstacles but perseveres because she loves her children.
- This Korean drama explores the hardships encountered by women throughout the Joseon era, notably on crown-related matters.
- This is achieved by imagining the position that women of that era would have held. In the majority of cultures, kings are typically in charge, leaving women to care for the household’s necessities or focus on raising their progeny.
Release Date of Under the Queen’s Umbrella
The opening episode of Under the Queen’s Umbrella will air on Netflix on November 12, 2022. There would be sixteen episodes, with two broadcast each weekend. The conclusion will occur on December 4, 2022, on a Sunday.
This Korean play examines the difficulties the ladies of the Joseon dynasty faced, particularly with regard to the crown. It accomplishes this by visualising the positions held at the time by women who were living. In the majority of countries, kings are in command, leaving women to care for the needs of the home or concentrate on raising their offspring.
Cast and the Characters
Kim Hye-soo As Queen Hwa Ryeong
Kim Hye-soo has been nominated for 108 awards and won 56, including four Grand Prize (Daesang) distinctions. She is well-known for her roles in, among others, the television series Hyena (2020), Signal (2016), and The Queen of Office (2013). In addition to her remarkable performance in tvN’s Under The Queen’s Umbrella (2022), she also shown impressive acting skills as a tough judge in Netflix’s Juvenile Justice (2022).
Queen Dowager Kim Hae-sook
Kim Hae-sook is renowned for her roles as “national mother” and “harmony” in tvN’s Start-Up (2020). She has appeared in over 50 films and 120 television programmes, including the popular My Sassy Girl (2001), Winter Sonata (2002), Pinocchio (2014), The Handmaid (2016), and Hospital Playlist (2017). (2020-2021). She also portrayed the Jade Emperor and the Director of the Jumadeung Company of Grim Reapers in Tomorrow (2022).
As King Yi Ho, Choi Won-young
In the 2000s, Choi Won-young began his acting career in films, followed by a number of television appearances. His filmography includes Doctor Prisoner (2019), Sky Castle (2018–2019), While You Were Sleeping (2017–2018), Kill Me, Heals Me (2015), and Mystic Pop-Up Bar (2020). In 2022, he portrays the father of Hwang Tae-wealthy Yong in The Golden Spoon and the King of Joseon in Under The Queen’s Umbrella (2022).
Prince Imperial Bae In-hyuk
Bae In-hyuk portrayed the Crown Prince and eldest son of Queen Hwa-ryeong in the TV series Under The Queen’s Umbrella (2022). He began performing in 2019. He also starred in Why Her (2022) and Cheer Up as Choi Yoon-sang, the second son of the head of TK Law Firm and the president of Yeonhee University Cheerleader Club (2022). Moreover, he appeared in My Roommate Is a Gumiho (2021).
Moon Sang-min portrayed Grand Prince Seongnam
In tvN’s Under The Queen’s Umbrella (2022), Moon Sang-min returns as a heartthrob as Grand Prince Seongnam, the second son of Queen Hwa-ryeong. He debuted in the 2019 television series 4 Reasons Why I Would Not Say I Enjoy Christmas. He subsequently appeared in dramas such as The Mermaid Prince: The Beginning (2020), in which he portrayed Jo A-SEO, and My Name on Netflix (2021), in which he portrayed Go Geon-Yeong.
Yoo Seon-ho is Grand Prince Gyeseong
Former Produce 101 Season 2 (2017) participant Yoo Seon-ho has begun to participate on a variety of television shows. He debuted as an actor in the web series Mischievous Detectives (2017). He subsequently starred in Doctor Lawyer, Undercover, and My Strange Hero for television and the Internet (2022). In the tvN series Under The Queen’s Umbrella, he is known as the “prince of secrets” (2022).
Yoon Sang-hyun embodies Grand Prince Muan.
Yoon Sang-Hyun portrays Grand Prince Muan, the third son of the Queen and the “playboy prince.” However, he infuses the siblings with enthusiasm and vitality. Although Under The Queen’s Umbrella (2022) appears to be his first TV project, he is managed by Hodu Entertainment, a company owned by Kim Hye-management soo.
Park Ha-jun portrays Grand Prince Ilyeong, the Queen’s youngest son and a “weirdo with curiosity” Young actor who has previously appeared in many dramas, including Hyde, Jekyll And I (2015), Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo (2016), and Voice 2 (2018).
Kang Chan-hee embodies Prince Uiseong.
Kang Chan-hee portrays Prince Uiseong, the son of a concubine, in the tvN drama Under The Queen’s Umbrella (2022). As a child actor, he has been in numerous television programmes and films, including, to name a few, Queen Seondeok (2009), Signal (2016), and Sky Castle (2018–2019). Using the stage name “Chani,” he sings for the boy band “SF9.”
Kim Min-gi portrays Prince Bogeom.
Kim Min-gi plays Prince Bogeom, a different concubine’s son, in the television series Under The Queen’s Umbrella (2022). Lee Bang Won has appeared in the television programmes The Temperature Of Language: Our Nineteen (2020), Pop Out Boy! (2020), True Beauty (2020), Racket Boys (2021), Adult Trainee (2021), and The King Of Tears (2020). (2021).
Moon Sung-Hyun portrayed Prince Simson.
Moon Sung-Hyun plays Prince Simso, the son of a concubine, on the television show Under The Queen’s Umbrella (2022). Alchemy Of Souls, The King Of Pigs, Sh**ting Star, Vincenzo, The One And Only, Hello, Me!, and Vincenzo are all 2021 films in which he appears (2022). In Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha, he portrayed Dusik as a teenager (2021).
Okay Ja-Yeon As Gwi-in Hwang’s Royal Consort
Before making film and television appearances, Okay Ja-Yeon was a stage actor. Her filmography includes, among others, Two Cops (2017), The Uncanny Counter (2020), Mine (2021), and The Veil (2021). Additionally, she is participating in theatre ventures. She also plays the hospital director and Mayor Doha’s wife in Big Mouth (2022).
Royal consort of So-Yong Tae Kim Ga-Eun
In the tvN drama Under The Queen’s Umbrella, former courtesan Kim Ga-Eun portrays Consort So-Yong Tae, one of King Yi Ho’s concubines (2022). In 2009, she began acting on television and has since been in films such as Kiss Sixth Sense in 2022, Because This Is My First Life in 2017 and I Can Hear Your Voice in 2013.
Woo Jung-won portraying Gwi-in Go
Woo Jung-won, who portrays Consort Go in tvN’s Under The Queen’s Umbrella, is another concubine (2022). She also appeared in Suspicious Partner (2017), Sky Castle (2018), When The Camellia Blooms (2019), Catch The Ghost (2019), Crash Landing On You (2019), Hi Bye, Mama (2020), It’s Okay To Not Be okay (2020), Beyond Evil (2021), Hospital Playlist 2 (2021), One Ordinary Day (2021), Green Mothers’ Club (2021), Cafe Minamseo (2022), and Today’s Webtoon (2022). (2022).
Queen Yoon, portrayed by Seo Yi-seok, was deposed.
Seo Yi-seok is a veteran stage, film, and television actress. She has appeared in numerous films since 1998, including Empress Ki (2013), The Heirs (2013), Hotel Del Luna (2019), The World Of The Married (2020), Start-Up (2020), Sh*t Stars (2022), and Rookie Cops (2022).
Kim Eui-sung plays Hwang Won-Yeong
Kim Eui-Sung, another veteran actor, has portrayed a range of roles in numerous films and television series, including Train to Busan (2016), Rampant (2018), Mr. Sunshine (2018), Memories of Alhambra (2018), and Arthdal Chronicles (2018). (2019). In the 2021 film Taxi Driver, he portrays the charming CEO of Rainbow Taxi Company. In Under The Queen’s Umbrella (2022), he portrays a loathed monster who was the harsh Joseon dynasty’s prime minister.
Yoon Soo-kwang is performed by Jang Hyun-sung
Since 1997, Jang Hyun-sung has been in films and television programmes. He has appeared in Signal (2016), Dear My Friends (2016), While You Were Sleeping (2017), Doctor Prisoner (2019), and Lovers Of The Red Sky (2016), among others (2021). In addition, he appeared in Money Heist: Korea Joint Economic Area (2022), Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist, and Under The Queen’s Umbrella (2022) for tvN. (2022).
Crown Princess Han Dong-hee of Min
Han Dong-hee starred in Under the Queen’s Umbrella as the Crown Princess (2022). She has also appeared in the films May I Help You, One Dollar Lawyer, and The One And Only (2021). (2022).
The character of Court Lady Shin, portrayed by Park Jun-Hyun
In the television series Under The Queen’s Umbrella, actress Park Jun-myun portrays Queen Hwa Ryeong’s faithful servant, Court Lady Shin (2022). She has appeared in numerous films and television shows since 2004, including Mask (2015) and Love ft. Marriage and Divorce (2021), among others.
Lady Yoon Cheong-ha as Princess Crown Oh Ye-Ju
Oh Ye-Ju portrays Lady Yoon Cheong-ha on tvN’s Under The Queen’s Umbrella. Lady Yoon Cheong-ha is the daughter of the minister of war and was chosen to be the next crown princess (2022). She also portrayed the adolescent Yoon Hye-jin in the tvN drama Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha and appeared in the MBC drama From Now On, Showtime! (2022). (2021).
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