Early in the morning on February 15  in 1894 about a thousand farmers from Koba county come together and electing tponhakovtsa Chon Bonchzhuna their leader, they decided to attack the county government and expel the hated chief. Thus began the peasant uprising tonhak. Erupted in February, it has not yet been fully tonhak performance, because the bulk of the peasants did not belong to the followers of the "Eastern teachings" and not put a specific purpose on a national scale. The rebels opened state barns, shared rice and destroy unnecessary reservoir Mansokpo built former head of the district and serves as one of the main pretexts for the payment of additional fees. Having achieved their goals, the rebels returned to their homes.
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