Romance of the Three Kingdoms 2.
Published: 1939~1943 in Tokyo Mainichi newpaper/ Book 1948
A hand in the fight between the original and the elements.
The sound of arrows fired by the two armies rang out, and the distance between the land and the river got dark because of the arrows running between them. The water in the Yellow Yangtze River violently hit the foot and caused a foam. Several times, elite soldiers on small boats tried to land there in droves, but they all fell and floated like dust over the turbidity. Son Gyeon knew the situation was unfavorable and pulled the ships back beyond the reach of the arrows. Soon, night fell. The hand Gyeon changed her strategy. They even pulled a nearby fishing boat, lined up several small boats, and set up a torch to decorate it as if it were a nightlife.
Only the light was seen because it was dark above the river. "It's a big deal." The enemies on the land shot old palaces and fired arrows more violently than during the day. However, there were only rowers on the boat instead of soldiers. The rowers shouted on the dark river so that the enemy wasted only the arrows under the order of Gyeon's hand. The small fishing boats dispersed in all directions at dawn before the enemy noticed their identity. And the same thing was repeated at night. He deceived the enemy with the torches of an empty ship for seven days or at night. When the emperor's soldiers were finally exhausted, he loaded with strong bottles and went to the land to crush the emperor's troops. The entire naval force at the bow went up to the field and became an army like a high tide. The next day, the emperor, who fled to the castle, began to fight fiercely with the two generals, Jangho 張虎 and Jinsaeng 陳. Finally, the two armies began to fight chaotically. "Not everyone, including my grandson, should be allowed to survive." Jangho, Jinsaeng, and others searched through the enemy with blood-footed eyes and shouted aloud when they reached their grandchildren's main camp.