Yes, as the post title gives away, this is my Choson Korean army which currently fills 4 foolscap box files. It's so large that I had to split it into sections to take the pics of it.
Speaking of pics...
The Irregular Forces:
|Half of the Righteous Army|
|More monk soldiers|
|The other half of the Righteous Army|
|Baggage camp for FoG|
The Regular Forces:
|Another view of the generals|
|Military academy light horse|
|To-bang and Tae-gak guard foot|
|"Soldiers" - these replaced the T-bang and Tae-gak guards under the Yi reforms|
|More regular foot|
|Still more regular foot|
|Regular cavalry and crossbowmen|
You may have spotted that the regular foot are either 3 or 4 ranks deep. That is because one of the rear ranks has bows, another arquebuses and the third crossbows (two of the regiments don't have crossbows painted yet - the figures are prepped to add those). I will probably add another front rank (melee weapons) for each regiment and some more skirmish troops so that I can play out a civil war campaign in the future. It's handy that they paint up very quickly.
The Koreans are all Old Glory 15s apart from the artillery, arqebusiers and the separate crossbow unit - those are Grumpys (via East Riding Miniatures). the horse nomads are Mongols from Donnington Ancient & Modern.