Marrying a king guarantees a turbulent life. Shin Chae Kyung (Park Min Young) is the daughter of a powerful politician during the Joseon Dynasty. She falls in love with Crown Prince Lee Yuk (Yeon Woo Jin), who lives under the tyranny of his half-brother, King Yeon San Gun (Lee Dong Gun).
When Lee Yuk rises to the throne and becomes King Jung Jong, Chae Kyung becomes Queen Dangyeong , who becomes caught in the cross-fires of different political factions as well as the jealousies between the brothers. When Dangyeong ’s own father stages a coup against the king, Queen Dangyeong is dethroned only after seven days and expelled from the palace.
What will happen to the love between the king and queen when they can no longer be together?
“Queen for Seven Days” is a 2017 South Korean drama series directed by Lee Jung Sub.
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