The Great King, Sejong - Netflix

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The Great King, Sejong is about the life of the fourth king of the Choson Dynasty, King Sejong. He is best remembered for creating the native Korean alphabet, Hangul.

The Great King, Sejong - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2008-01-05

The Great King, Sejong - King Sejong Station - Netflix

The King Sejong Station is a research station for the Korea Antarctic Research Program that is named after King Sejong the Great of Joseon (1397–1450). Established on February 17, 1988, it consists of 11 facility buildings and two observatories, and it is located on the Barton Peninsula (King George Island), it is currently overseen by station chief scientist In-Young Ahn. It experiences a fairly mild climate, and therefore draws a large number of animals for summer breeding (which, unsurprisingly, draw a lot of biologists). In the summer, the station supports up to 90 people from the Korea Polar Research Institute, and guest scientists from other institutions as well. Over winter, it accommodates only 17 engineers and scientists who maintain the station and routinely collect data (meteorological records, oceanographical parameters, etc.), but their main focus is on tracking the general change of the natural environment. Researchers from Korea continually collaborate with various other institutes in Antarctica and the rest of the world by participating in, monitoring, and contributing to the World Meteorological Organization, the Global Sea-level Observing System, the International Seismological Center, and the Intermagnet Project. The station is usually re-supplied yearly by the RV Onnuri and more frequently by planes flying from Jubany in Argentina and the Chilean Eduardo Frei Base. The RV Araon was commissioned in 2009, and she supplies South Korea's research stations, including the Jang Bogo Station.

The Great King, Sejong - Research - Netflix

The primary research that is conducted at the King Sejong Station: Environmental monitoring Geodesy/mapping Geomagnetic observations (since 1989) Glaciology - sea ice zone (since 1998) Ionospheric/auroral observations (since 1989) Lower/upper atmospheric science Meteorological observations Oceanography Offshore marine biology Onshore geology/geophysics Seismology Stratospheric ozone monitoring (since 1998) Terrestrial biology Tide measurement

The Great King, Sejong - References - Netflix