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This is a list of all Msg event.pngevents for Flag of Korea Korea.[1]

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Msg event.png[Root.Monarch.GetName]'s Northern Expedition

[Root.Monarch.GetTitle] [Root.Monarch.GetName] plans to launch a northern expedition to chastise the Manchus. This will require substantial preparations, funds and is impossible to keep secret. [Root.Monarch.GetSheHeCap] plans to strengthen Korea's defenses by increasing and improving training and upgrading our fortresses.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

The year is at least 1600 but before 1700.

Mean time to happen

200 months


Event button 547.png
Prepare for war.

Flag of Korea Korea:

  • gains Gold Icon.png 50% of a yearly income.

If Flag of Korea Korea does not have a neighbor province that

  • is owned by a country with Jurchen or Manchu primary culture
  • is not a claim of Korea

then Flag of Korea Korea

  • gets the modifier “The Manchurian Expedition” for 10 years with the following effect:
    • Discipline.png +5% discipline

else Flag of Korea Korea:

  • gets claims on every neighbor province that is owned by a country with Jurchen or Manchu primary culture.
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Msg event.pngFirst Literati Purge

While serving as Third Censor in [GetYear], the Neo-Confucian Kim Il-son, a former state historian, proved himself to be a man willing to go to great lengths in criticizing government officials and the yangban elite. His many opponents have uncovered certain allusions made in his draft of the Annals of King Seongjong which they insist to be treasonous. They demand his immediate execution, and that his supporters among the Neo-Confucians be either banished or executed.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • is Flag of Korea Korea.
  • has country modifier kor_factional_upheaval

The year is at least 1490.

Mean time to happen

200 months


Immediate effects

Hidden effect: Set country flag kor_first_literati_purge


Event button 547.png
Execute him!

Flag of Korea Korea:

  • loses Administrative power.png 30 administrative power.
  • loses Military power.png 30 military power.
  • loses Diplomatic power.png 30 diplomatic power.
  • If the country has the Nobility.png nobility estate,
  • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Rajputs.png rajputs estate,
    • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Marathas marathas estate,
      • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • gains 10 influence towards Nobility.png Nobles for 15 years
  • If the country has the Clergy.png clergy estate,
  • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country is HinduismHindu and has the Brahmins.png brahmins estate,
    • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • gains 10 influence towards Clergy.png Clergy for 15 years
  • If the country has the Burghers.png burghers estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Vaishyas.png vaishyas estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Jains.png jains estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • loses 10 influence towards Burghers.png Burghers for 15 years
Event button 547.png
Purge the yangban instead!

Flag of Korea Korea:

  • loses Administrative power.png 30 administrative power.
  • loses Military power.png 30 military power.
  • loses Diplomatic power.png 30 diplomatic power.
  • If the country has the Nobility.png nobility estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Rajputs.png rajputs estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Marathas marathas estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • loses 10 influence towards Nobility.png Nobles for 15 years
  • If the country has the Clergy.png clergy estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country is HinduismHindu and has the Brahmins.png brahmins estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • loses 10 influence towards Clergy.png Clergy for 15 years
  • If the country has the Burghers.png burghers estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Vaishyas.png vaishyas estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Jains.png jains estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • gains 10 influence towards Burghers.png Burghers for 15 years
Event button 547.png
We must maintain the political balance.

Flag of Korea Korea:

  • loses Icon stability.png -1 stability.
  • If the country has the Nobility.png nobility estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Rajputs.png rajputs estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Marathas marathas estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • If the country has the Clergy.png clergy estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country is HinduismHindu and has the Brahmins.png brahmins estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • If the country has the Burghers.png burghers estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Vaishyas.png vaishyas estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Jains.png jains estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
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Msg event.pngSecond Literati Purge

During the course of a state banquet on [GetDateText], Minister of Rites Yi Se-jwa spilled wine on the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle]'s robes. Coming as it does after a period of intense factional rivalry and criticism of royal authority, Yi Se-jwa's opponents have been quick to interpret the occurrence as a crime against the sovereign and therefore treasonous. They demand the purge of Yi Se-jwa and his many allies, who cut across factions. Indeed, this appears to present a golden opportunity to rid the government of those who would question royal authority.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

The year is at least 1504 but before 1524.

Mean time to happen

200 months


Event button 547.png
Purge all those who oppose us.

Flag of Korea Korea:

  • loses Administrative power.png30 administrative power.
  • loses Military power.png30 military power.
  • loses Diplomatic power.png30 diplomatic power.
  • If the country has the Nobility.png nobility estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Rajputs.png rajputs estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Marathas marathas estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • loses 10 influence towards Nobility.png Nobles for 15 years
  • If the country has the Clergy.png clergy estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country is HinduismHindu and has the Brahmins.png brahmins estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • loses 10 influence towards Clergy.png Clergy for 15 years
  • If the country has the Burghers.png burghers estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Vaishyas.png vaishyas estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Jains.png jains estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • gains 10 influence towards Burghers.png Burghers for 15 years
Event button 547.png
We must maintain the political balance.

Flag of Korea Korea:

  • loses Icon stability.png 1 stability.
  • loses Prestige.png -20 stability.
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Msg event.pngThird Literati Purge

Cho Kwang-jo, a Neo-Confucian reformer, has been attempting to shape the government according to Confucian ideals. His initial successes in reformation appear however to have backfired after he went too far in attacking the old order of the yangban, weakening their hold on power by securing the preponderance of Neo-Confucians in the government and enraging them through proposed land confiscations.\n\nThe yangban now claim Cho Kwang-jo to be a traitor who is planning to attempt to enthrone himself, as well as arguing that his reforms are misguided and will harm society and the very foundations of the state. For his part, Cho Kwang-jo insists that the only correct course of action is to continue the reforms with all haste, despite the opposition. Who should we side with?
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

The year is at least 1519 but before 1539.

Mean time to happen

200 months


Event button 547.png
Purge the Neo-Confucians!

Flag of Korea Korea:

  • loses Administrative power.png 30 administrative power.
  • loses Military power.png 30 military power.
  • loses Diplomatic power.png 30 diplomatic power.
  • If the country has the Nobility.png nobility estate,
  • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Rajputs.png rajputs estate,
    • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Marathas marathas estate,
      • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • gains 10 influence towards Nobility.png Nobles for 15 years
  • If the country has the Clergy.png clergy estate,
  • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country is HinduismHindu and has the Brahmins.png brahmins estate,
    • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • gains 10 influence towards Clergy.png Clergy for 15 years
  • If the country has the Burghers.png burghers estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Vaishyas.png vaishyas estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Jains.png jains estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • loses 10 influence towards Burghers.png Burghers for 15 years
Event button 547.png
The reforms must continue - whatever it takes!

Flag of Korea Korea:

  • gains country modifier "Literati Reforms" for 20 years, giving:
    • National tax modifier.png +10% global tax modifier
    • Stability cost modifier.png -10% stability cost modifier
  • Particularist rebels.png Particularist rebels (size 3) rise up in revolt in a random province in Flag of Korea Korea capital area.
  • If the country has the Nobility.png nobility estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Rajputs.png rajputs estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Marathas marathas estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • loses 10 influence towards Nobility.png Nobles for 15 years
  • If the country has the Clergy.png clergy estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country is HinduismHindu and has the Brahmins.png brahmins estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • loses 10 influence towards Clergy.png Clergy for 15 years
  • If the country has the Burghers.png burghers estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Vaishyas.png vaishyas estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Jains.png jains estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • gains 10 influence towards Burghers.png Burghers for 15 years
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Msg event.pngIntroduction of Uniform Land Tax Law

The Korean economy was in a very bad shape by the 17th century and to rectify this state Chief State Councilor Yi Won-ik gradually introduced previously ignored reforms in the tax system. The tribute tax levied against households was replaced with a unified tax on arable land. The tax on goods was limited to a quota which let enterprising peasants and wholesalers make and sell surplus goods. The net effect was lower taxes for peasants, increased revenues for the state and a rise in commerce.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • is Flag of Korea Korea.
  • owns the provinces Sangju (736) and Pyeongyang (1845).

The year is at least 1608 but before 1633.

Mean time to happen

75 months


Event button 547.png
Ok

The provinces Sangju (736) and Pyeongyang (1845):

  • gain Tax Base Icon.png1 base tax.
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Msg event.pngState Council

One of the highest organs of our government, the old Privy Council, still seems to have ties to the old Dynasty. To assure loyalty and a more effective government we should dismiss it and appoint a new State Council.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

The year is before 1500.

Mean time to happen

2000 months

Modifiers:

Korea has a ruler with an administrative skill of:

  • at least 4: ×0.8
  • at least 5: ×0.5

Event button 547.png
Form the Council

Flag of Korea Korea:

  • loses Administrative power.png 20administrative power.
  • gains Prestige.png 10 prestige.
  • gets the modifier “State Council” for 5 years with the following effect:
    • Administrative technology cost −5% administrative technology cost.
If Flag of Korea Korea has a stability of less than +3,
  • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
  • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.

If Flag of Korea Korea has not enacted one of the highest tier government reforms

  • then it gains 15 government reform progress.
Event button 547.png
Let things be as they were
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Msg event.pngThe King's Approval

It has long been the custom of court ministers and advisers to make important national decisions amongst themselves, reducing the King to a mere onlooker.

This might be interpreted as a sign of weakness by our neighbors. To counter this possible threat and strengthen the King's hold over the country, perhaps a change of system is needed?

 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • is Flag of Korea Korea.
  • is not the lesser partner in a personal union.
  • has a ruler with a Diplomatic power.png diplomatic, Administrative power.png administrative or Military power.png military skill of at least 4.
Mean time to happen

2000 months

Modifiers:

Korea has a ruler with an Administrative power.png administrative skill of:

  • less than 1: ×2
  • at least 4: ×0.8
  • at least 5: ×0.5

Event button 547.png
All decisions should be approved by the King.

Flag of Korea Korea:

  • gains Icon legitimacy monarchy.png50 legitimacy
  • gets the modifier “Increased Centralization” for 10 years with the following effects:
    • Autonomy.png −0.05 monthly autonomy change,
    • National unrest.png +1 national unrest.

Every province of Korea:

  • gets the modifier “Rebellious People” for 5 years with the following effect:
    • Local unrest.png +5 local unrest.
Event button 547.png
The current system works well enough.

Flag of Korea Korea loses Prestige.png5 prestige

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Msg event.pngSinmun Office

Subjects who feel they have been exploited or treated unfairly by the government or their overlords have little or no chance to voice their concerns. It has been suggested that we form a special branch of the government to review these cases.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • is Flag of Korea Korea.
  • has a ruler with a Diplomatic power.png diplomatic or Administrative power.png administrative skill of at least 4.
Mean time to happen

2000 months

Modifiers:

Korea has a stability of:

  • 3: ×2
  • less than 0: ×0.8

Event button 547.png
Create the Sinmun Office.

Flag of Korea Korea

  • loses Gold Icon.png ducats equal to −0.5 years of income.
  • gets the modifier “The Sinmun Office” for the rest of the campaign with the following effects:
    • National unrest.png −1 national unrest.
    • Stability cost modifier.png −5% stability cost modifier.
Event button 547.png
Dismiss this absurd request.

Flag of Korea Korea gets the modifier “The Sinmun Office” for 1 year with the following effect:

  • National unrest.png +2 national unrest.
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Msg event.pngYi Sun-sin

Subjects who feel they have been exploited or treated unfairly by the government or their overlords have little or no chance to voice their concerns. It has been suggested that we form a special branch of the government to review these cases.''
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

The year is at least 1555 but before 1600.

Mean time to happen

135 months

Modifiers:

Korea is in a defensive war against Japan: ×0.1


Option conditions

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Korea has at least 1 home port.

Event button 547.png
His skills would be squandered on the tactical level – make him an advisor.

Flag of Korea Korea:

  • gets access to a discounted Korean Advisor Naval reformer.png naval reformer (skill 2) named “Yi Sun-sin”.

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
A man with his brilliance must be reinstated as a leader at once.

Flag of Korea Korea:

  • gets a General.png general named “Yi Sun-sin” with:
    • a skill of Land leader shock.png 4/Land leader fire.png 4/Land leader maneuver.png 4/Leader siege.png 0.
    • the “Inspirational Leader” trait.

Event trigger.pngEnabled if: Korea has at least 1 home port.

Event button 547.png
We desperately need a man of his talents in charge of the navy.

Flag of Korea Korea:

  • gets a Admiral.png general named “Yi Sun-sin” with:
    • a skill of Naval leader shock.png 6/Naval leader fire.png 6/Naval leader maneuver.png 6
    • the “Ironside” trait.

Event trigger.pngAlways enabled:

Event button 547.png
It's better not to meddle with the justice system.
If Flag of Korea Korea has a stability of less than +3,
  • then it gains Icon stability.png1 stability,
  • else it gains Administrative power.png50 administrative power.
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Msg event.pngThe Capture of the Chrysanthemum Throne

With the fall of Kyoto, the Japanese Shogunate lies in ruins. The Korean troops have entered the city and systematically sacked it, finally releasing the pent-up animosity built up over generations of conflict between Korea and Japan as the city's survivors weep and cower. In the process, they have accumulated an incredibly rich hoard of loot, the majority of which will filter back to Korean Peninsula.

Chief among the artifacts taken the Chrysanthemum Throne, upon which Japanese Emperors have sat since the 7th century. King [king's name] has decreed that it shall be taken to [capital province] and be given pride of place on display among the treasures of the Korean Kingdom.


 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • is Flag of Korea Korea.
  • occupied the provinces Kyoto (1020).
Is triggered only by

{{{triggered only}}}


Event button 547.png
Glory to Korea!

Flag of Korea Korea:

  • gain Prestige.png50 Prestige.
  • gain Gold Icon.png ducats equal to 1 years of income.
  • Our capital gets 'The Chrysanthemum Throne' until the end of the game, giving the following effects:
    • Development Cost: -5.0%
    • Local Development Cost: -5.0%
    • Yearly Prestige.png: +0.50


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Msg event.pngPeasant Upheaval in Korea

The rural poor have been struggling in recent times. Not only are they taxed far beyond their capacity to pay and still support themselves, but if they flee the land to escape tax obligations, these are transferred to their kin who remain behind, leading to even greater tax burdens. What is more, the yangban elite have increasingly been acquiring land for themselves, pushing out the rural poor. This has led to a general climate of lawlessness and unrest among the peasantry that, if left unchecked, could pose a significant threat to the state.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • is Flag of Korea Korea.
  • Country flag "The Plight of the Peasantry" is not set.
  • Country flag kor_peasant_struggles_resolved is not set.

The year is at least 1470.

Mean time to happen

5 years


Immediate effects

Set country flag kor_peasant_struggles


Event button 547.png
We must put them in their place.

Flag of Korea Korea gets "The Plight of the Peasantry" for the rest of the game, giving the following effects:

  • National unrest.png +2.5 global unrest
  • National tax modifier.png -10% global tax modifier
Event button 547.png
We must seek to improve their lot.

Flag of Korea Korea gets "The Plight of the Peasantry" for the rest of the game, giving the following effects:

  • National unrest.png +2.5 global unrest
  • National tax modifier.png -10% global tax modifier


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Msg event.pngIm Kkeokjeong's Rebellion

Brewing peasant unrest due to overtaxation and the inability of the government to nip it in the bud have come to a head in [ImKkeokjeong_Revolt_Province.GetName]. A brigand called Im Kkeokjeong, reportedly the son of a butcher, has gathered a large band of peasants and begun killing the rich landowners, distributing their wealth among the poor! Our authorities in the region are appealing to us to help them deal with the crisis.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • is Flag of Korea Korea.
  • Country flag "The Plight of the Peasantry" is not set.
  • Country flag kor_peasant_struggles_resolved is not set.

The year is at least 1550.

Mean time to happen

10 years


Event button 547.png
We will crush these peasants.
  • Remove country flag "The Plight of the Peasantry"
  • Anti tax rebels.png Peasant rebels (size 3) leads by 'Im Kkeokjeong' rise up in revolt in province Haeju (4231) or Hwangju (733) in priority
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Msg event.pngThe Rise of the Neo-Confucians

In the late 15th and early 16th century, the previous political stability of the Joseon Korean [Root.GovernmentName] was disrupted by the emergence of a new group known as the Neo-Confucians. These were scholars from the countryside who had not traditionally been part of the conservative yangban elite that governed the country. Their obvious merits encouraged the [Root.Monarch.GetTitle]s to employ them in government; however, their reformist notions along with competition with the yangban establishment for land and positions led to ever more frequent clashes between the different factions in Korean politics.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

The year is at least 1480.

Mean time to happen

10 years


Immediate effects

Hidden effects:

  • If the country has the Clergy.png clergy estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country is HinduismHindu and has the Brahmins.png brahmins estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • If the country has the Nobility.png nobility estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Rajputs.png rajputs estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Marathas marathas estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • If the country has the Burghers.png burghers estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Vaishyas.png vaishyas estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Jains.png jains estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.

Event button 547.png
So be it.

If Burghers.png Burghers share lands is less than 50%:

  •  give_estate_land_share_large = { estate = estate_burghers } 
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Msg event.pngFactionalism Boils Over

Differences between the [Root.GetKorDHEEstate1] and the [Root.GetKorDHEEstate2] have boiled over and erupted into a vicious life-and-death struggle. Leaders of both the respective factions are accusing each other of high treason, apparently after [Root.GetKorFactionReason] escalated to the point where royal authority must be exercised in order to adjudicate between the two sides. Our enemies must rejoice to see us so divided!
 
Trigger conditions

The country:

The year is at least 1480.

Mean time to happen

20 years

Modifiers:

Korea has a stability of:

  • 3: ×1.5
  • at least 2: ×1.5
  • less than 1: ×0.75
  • less than 0: ×0.75
  • less than -1: ×0.75

Immediate effects

Hidden effects:

  • If the country has the Clergy.png clergy estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country is HinduismHindu and has the Brahmins.png brahmins estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • If the country has the Nobility.png nobility estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Rajputs.png rajputs estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Marathas marathas estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
  • If the country has the Burghers.png burghers estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Vaishyas.png vaishyas estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Jains.png jains estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.

Event button 547.png
Support the [Root.GetKorDHEEstate1]!

One of:

  • 33% chance:
    • If the country has the Nobility.png nobility estate,
  • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Rajputs.png rajputs estate,
    • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Marathas marathas estate,
      • then the estate gains Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
    • gains 10 influence towards Nobility.png Nobles for 15 years
  • 33% chance:
    • Same with Clergy.png Clergy
  • 33% chance:
    • Same with Burghers.png Burghers

Depending of first random:

  • 33% chance:
    • If the country has the Nobility.png nobility estate,
  • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
  • else if the country has the Rajputs.png rajputs estate,
    • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty,
    • else if the country has the Marathas marathas estate,
      • then the estate loses Estate loyalty 10 loyalty.
    • loses 10 influence towards Nobility.png Nobles for 15 years
    • If Nobility.png Nobles share lands is:
      • more than 50% : 70% chance of spawing rebels
      • more than 30% : 50% chance of spawing rebels
      • more than 15% : 25% chance of spawing rebels
      • more than 5% : 15% chance of spawing rebels
      • Particularist rebels.png Particularist rebels (size 2) rise up in revolt in a random province
  • 33% chance:
    • Same with Clergy.png Clergy
  • 33% chance:
    • Same with Burghers.png Burghers
Event button 547.png
Support the [Root.GetKorDHEEstate2]!

Same with the other faction.

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Msg event.pngThe Plight of the Peasantry

Although Korea has experienced something of a golden age in recent years, this has not brought greater prosperity for the peasantry, who for the most part live in abject poverty. Already the first signs of discontent that could threaten Korea's stability can be seen. Steps will need to be taken to improve their lot if we are to avoid significant unrest.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The country:

  • is Flag of Korea Korea.
  • Country flag "The Plight of the Peasantry" is not set.
  • Country flag kor_peasant_struggles_resolved is not set.

The year is before 1470.

Mean time to happen

5 years


Event button 547.png
Damned peasants...
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Msg event.pngHeo Nanseolheon

Heo Yeop, the father of the poet Heo Nanseolheon, is a conservative official with Confucian beliefs such as namjon-yubi - men above, women below. Ignoring her budding talent and curiosity, he left it to her brother Heo Pong to introduce her to literature. The 'Inscriptions on the Ridge Pole of the White Jade Pavilion in the Kwanghan Palace' was written by her when she was only eight years old, earning her the epithet 'Immortal Maiden' as it was recognized as a work of poetic genius. Heo Pong introduced her to Chinese writing such as the Confucian Five Classics when she showed a natural talent for hanum verse. Forced into exile because of his political leanings, Heo Pong left her further education in the hands of their younger brother Heo Gyun. He was a gifted poet who studied under a specialist of Tang poetry, Yi Tal, who took it upon him to share Tang Poetry with Nanseolheon. Tang poetry has influenced her work, shown in the naturalism of her poetry. When Nanseolheon married Kim Seongnip her poetry started to lament the plight and sufferings of married women. Her early literature employed folklore and natural imagery, common to Tang tradition, but now her poetry is weighted down with an emotive language.
 
This event happens only once during a campaign.
Trigger conditions

The year is between 1504 and 1551.

Mean time to happen

200 months


Event button 547.png
Save her from unhappy marriage and make her an advisor.
  • Gain access to a female discounted Advisor Statesman female.PNG statesman with skill 2 named Heo Nanseolheon.
  • If this country is the Emperor of China,
  • then it gains Meritocracy.png5 meritocracy.
Event button 547.png
We can do nothing but appreciate her poems.

Gain the “Heo Nanseolheon” country modifier for Time Icon.png 20 years, giving:

  • +0.25 Prestige.png yearly prestige.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. The code of the events can be found in /Europa Universalis IV/events/flavorKOR.txt.