After the death of the Queen's first child, the King's concubine gave birth to a son which greatly upset the Queen. She eventually gathered strength and control and banished husband's concubine and child out of the palace.
Part of the Last Queen of Korea Series
Lorraine Toler is an artist from Tacoma Washington and studied art at Washington State University.
Toler's art work is a form of storytelling. The artist tells documents the history and culture of Korea through her paintings. The artists mother Kim Okchun was from North Korea. She and her younger brother were sent away to escape the atrocities of Japanese colonial occupation and pending division of the peninsula. During their journey, they became separated. Okchun made it safely to South Korea and eventually came to the United States. She had the chance of a bright future, but had nothing from her past. Not a picture, not a letter only memory. Kim passed her stories down to her daughter before she died and Toler shares these...
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