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Crown Prince Sado (13 February 1735 – 12 July 1762) was born as the second son of the Korean king Yeongjo (1694 – 1776). Due to the former death (1728) of his older brother Prince Hyojang, the new born child was the probable royal heir. However Prince Sado was not given an opportunity to reign. At age of 27, he was executed by order of his father, and died of starvation while being by confined in a rice chest.<ref>The Memoirs of Lady Hyegyeong, translated Haboush Jahyun Kim, p. 321</ref>


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Crown Prince Sado (13 February 1735 – 12 July 1762) was born as the second son of the Korean king Yeongjo (1694 – 1776). Due to the former death (1728) of his older brother Prince Hyojang, the new born child was the probable royal heir. However Prince Sado was not given an opportunity to reign. At age of 27, he was executed by order of his father, and died of starvation while being by confined in a rice chest.<ref>The Memoirs of Lady Hyegyeong, translated Haboush Jahyun Kim, p. 321</ref>


Crown Prince Sado sections
Intro  Execution  Conspiracy theory  Burial  Taboo and Reinstatement  Family  His full posthumous name  His imperial posthumous name  In popular culture  Ancestry  References  External links  

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