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Report of main activities

Report of main activities

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Report of Main Activities (Timeline)
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November 15, 1893 Farmers in Gobu appealed for tax reduction for governor Cho Byeong-gap
January 10, 1894 Jeon Bong-jun occupied government office in Gobu with about 1,000 farmers
March 20, 1894 Donghak Peasants gathered in Mujang (1st uprising)
March 26~29, 1894 Installed Honam Changeui Daejangso in Baeksan (8,000 peasants of Namjeop)- Leader Jeon Bong-jun, governor Son Hwa-jung and Kim Gae-nam, Declared Gyeokmun, 4 great principles and 12 orders
April 07, 1894 After breaking Jeolla Gamyeong Army in Hwangto-hyeon, they occupied government offices in Jeongeup* Gyeonggun (the army of the central government) of Honggyehoon, Yanghochotosa entered Jeonjuseong
April 08~16, 1894 Occupied southwestern areas of Jeollado (Heungdeok, Mujang, Yeonggwng, Hampyeong)
April 23, 1894 Defeated the army of the central government in the village of Hwangryong, Jangseong
April 27, 1894 Entered Jeonju-seong, a capital of Honam
May 01~03, 1894 Defeated Gyeonggun the army of the central government in Jeonju-seong two or three times
May 04, 1894 Qing army arrived at the Asan Bay
May 06, 1894 Japanese forces landed in Incheon Port
May 07, 1894 Peasants in South concluded Jeonju partnership with the army of the central government- Installed Jipgangso in 53 regions in Jeollado and peasants agreed with dissolution
June 21, 1894 Japanese forces invaded Gyeongbok-gung Palace in Joseon Dynasty
June 27, 1894 Qing force and Japanese force had battle in Seonghwan
July 01, 1894 Japanese forces, declared Sino-Japanese War
July 06, 1894 Held Jeonju conference by Jeon Bong-jun and Kim Hak-jin, governor of Jeollado - Installed Jipgangso in each region of Jeollado - Installed Daedoso of Jeollado withint Jeonjuseong
July 26, 1894 Joseon and Japan concluded a treaty of alliance (朝·日攻守同盟條約)
At the end of June ~ at the end of August, 1894 Uprising in Jeolla, Gyeongsang and Chungcheong
August 17, 1894 Japanese forces, won at Pyeongyang battle during the Sino-Japanese War
September 07, 1894 Kim Gae-nam, received secret orders of Daewongun
September 08, 1894 Jeon Bong-jun and Kim Gae-nam, who were leader of south peasants, decided the second uprising in Wonpyeong, Geumgu and noticed the gathering in Samrye
Early September ~ Early November, 1894 Peasants and Gyeonggun and Japanese alliances had battle around Gyeonggi, Gangwon, Chungcheon, Gyeongsang and Hwanghae province
October 09~15, 1894 Suppression group of Japanese forces landed Incheon Port, advanced to Chungcheon, Jeolla and Gyeongsang
October 12, 1894 Peasants of South arrived in Nonsan from Samrye under the instruction of Jeon Bong-jun
October 12~16, 1894 Peasants of North arrived in Nonsan and joined under the instruction of Son Byeong-hee
October 21, 1894 Peasants in South and North united and advanced to Gongju from Nonsan
November 08, 1894 Peasants in South and North, Gyeonggun and Japanese forces gathered in Ugeumchi, Gongju
November 09, 1894 Peasants in South and North (about 20,000) defeated in Ugeumchi Battle
November 11, 1894 Retreated from Gomti to Noseong by the surprise attack of Gyeonggun
November 13, 1894 Peasants of Kim Gae-nam (5,000) retreated to Gongju after failure in Cheongju attack
November 14~19, 1894 Peasants in South and North had battle with Japanese forces in Noseong and Nonsan. After being defeated, they retreated to Jeonju, passing by Ganggyeong (Kim Gae-nam joined here)
November 23, 1894 Allied forces of Gyeonggun and Japan occupied Jeonjuseong
November 25~27, 1894 Peasants under the command of Jeon Bong-jun dissolved after having been defeated in Wonpyeong and Taein battle
December 01, 1894 Peasants who sieged Najuseong under the command of Son Hwa-jung and Choi Gyeong-seon dismissed, Choi Gyeong-sun (36 years old) was arrested in Hwasun
December 02, 1894 Jeong Bong-jun (41 years old), arrested in Pinori, Sunchang (arrived in Hanyang on December 18)
December 03, 1894 Kim Gae-nam (42 years old), arrested in Taein, executed in Jeonju
December 11, 1894 Son Haw-jung (34 years old), arrested in Buan
December 17, 1894 Peasants in Jangheung and Gangjin dissolved due to the defeat in Seokdaedeul battle
December 24, 1894 Peasants in North, defeated by Gyeonggun in Mugeuk, Chungju (Son Byeong-hee fled to Hongcheon)
January 01, 1895 Kim Deok-myeong (51 years old), arrested in Wonpyeong
January 24, 1895 The last resist in Daedunsan. Donghak Peasant Revolution was ended.
February 09~March 10, 1895 Jeon Bong-jun, received inspection 5 times by Japanese consul
March 30, 1895 Jeon Bong-jun, Son Hwa-jung, Kim Deok-meyong and Choi Gyeong-sun were executed by hanging

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