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(on right) Princess Deokhye. The Last Princess of Korea.

(on right) Princess Deokhye. The Last Princess of Korea.

Seoul, Korea, 1956  Photographer Unidentified  원구단 황궁우로 들어가는 대한제국의 마지막 황태자 의친왕 딸 이혜경

Seoul, Korea, 1956 Photographer Unidentified 원구단 황궁우로 들어가는 대한제국의 마지막 황태자 의친왕 딸 이혜경

Princess Deokhye of Korea (25 May 1912 - 21 Apr 1989) - She was the last princess of Korea. Her father, Emperor Gwangmu, loved her greatly. She went to Japan in 1925, but was silent. When her mother died, she developed a mental illness. The Empress of Japan "matched" her to Count Sō Takeyuki, a Japanese nobleman; she had a daughter in 1932. She spent years in and out of mental clinics, divorcing her husband in 1953. Her daughter committed suicide in 1955 and Deokhye's condition worsened.

Princess Deokhye of Korea (25 May 1912 - 21 Apr 1989) - She was the last princess of Korea. Her father, Emperor Gwangmu, loved her greatly. She went to Japan in 1925, but was silent. When her mother died, she developed a mental illness. The Empress of Japan "matched" her to Count Sō Takeyuki, a Japanese nobleman; she had a daughter in 1932. She spent years in and out of mental clinics, divorcing her husband in 1953. Her daughter committed suicide in 1955 and Deokhye's condition worsened.

The Last Princess of the Joseon Dynasty, Deokhye | The Korea Blog

The Last Princess of the Joseon Dynasty, Deokhye | The Korea Blog

King Yeongchin, right, clad in ``gollyongpo'' or formal attire, and his wife Princess Nashimotonomiya Masako, who took the name Yi Bang-ja a...

King Yeongchin, right, clad in ``gollyongpo'' or formal attire, and his wife Princess Nashimotonomiya Masako, who took the name Yi Bang-ja a...

The  last royal family of Joseon dynasity, king Go-Jong is the second one from left.

The last royal family of Joseon dynasity, king Go-Jong is the second one from left.

Gojong, Emperor Gwangmu of the Yi Dynasty of Korea - Gojong was forced to abdicate by the Japanese and Gojong's son Sunjong succeeded to the throne. After abdicating, Gojong was confined to the Deoksu Palace by the Japanese. On 22 August 1910, the Empire of Korea was annexed by Japan under the Japan-Korea Annexation Treaty. Gojong died suddenly on 21 January 1919 at Deoksugung Palace (many speculating assassination by poisoning).

Gojong, Emperor Gwangmu of the Yi Dynasty of Korea - Gojong was forced to abdicate by the Japanese and Gojong's son Sunjong succeeded to the throne. After abdicating, Gojong was confined to the Deoksu Palace by the Japanese. On 22 August 1910, the Empire of Korea was annexed by Japan under the Japan-Korea Annexation Treaty. Gojong died suddenly on 21 January 1919 at Deoksugung Palace (many speculating assassination by poisoning).


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Princess Deokhye (1912-1989) Korea

Princess Deokhye (1912-1989) Korea

Emperor Sunjong and Empress Sunjeonghyo, 1907, Photo Album of the Imperial Family, 21x28.5cm, ca.1909, Collection of The Museum of Photography, Seoul

Emperor Sunjong and Empress Sunjeonghyo, 1907, Photo Album of the Imperial Family, 21x28.5cm, ca.1909, Collection of The Museum of Photography, Seoul

Joseon Princess Deokhye

Joseon Princess Deokhye

Min-bi, the Last Queen of Korea

Min-bi, the Last Queen of Korea

The Last Royal Family of Korea. The Yi Household of Jeonju. 1912 ...

The Last Royal Family of Korea. The Yi Household of Jeonju. 1912 ...

금관조복을 입은 이우 공, 27.1x20.8cm, 1930년대

금관조복을 입은 이우 공, 27.1x20.8cm, 1930년대

She might be  the last queen of korea. She got killed by Japanese goverment early 1900s .

She might be the last queen of korea. She got killed by Japanese goverment early 1900s .

Six members of an upper class family pose for a portrait. Korea, 1900s

Six members of an upper class family pose for a portrait. Korea, 1900s

Wedding Album of Prince Yi Wu and Park Chanju, 27.5cm×38.5cm, 1930s, Collection of The Museum of Photography, Seoul

Wedding Album of Prince Yi Wu and Park Chanju, 27.5cm×38.5cm, 1930s, Collection of The Museum of Photography, Seoul

Korean Gisaeng In 1904

Korean Gisaeng In 1904

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