Conflict Analysis by Mark U.

Name of Conflict: Manchu Invasions of Korea (2nd Invasion)

Time Period: (1636 C.E. - 1637 C.E.)

Type of Conflict: Invasion

Underlying Causes:
- Joseon Dynasty continued to defy the Manchurians after 1st invasion
- Trade was in bad condition

Immediate Causes: 
- Qing Dynasty new power in China, shows support to the Manchurians unlike Jin Dynasty
- Joseon Dynasty refused to cooperate with new Qing Dynasty

Turning points/important events:
- King Injo of Korea hid in a fortress to avoid the war
- Food supply in Korea running low
- Ming Dynasty shows support for Joseon in Korea
- Korean forces and army started to yield no success

Ending events:
- King Injo leaves fortress to help Korean army

End result:
- King Injo surrenders to Qing Army
- Signed declaration of conditions for their loss

Short-term effects:
- Korea must cooperate with Quing Dynasty
- Korea will serve in wars against the Ming

Long-term effects:
- Manchu tradition sustained in Northern China to this day