|The Three Musketeers|
|Genre|| Period drama |
|Based on|| The Three Musketeers |
by Alexandre Dumas
|Written by||Song Jae-jung|
|Directed by||Kim Byung-soo|
|Starring|| Jung Yong-hwa |
|Country of origin||South Korea|
|Original language||Korean language|
|No. of episodes||12|
|Production companies|| Chorokbaem Media |
|Original release||August 17 –|
November 2, 2014
The Three Musketeers (Korean : 삼총사; RR : Samchongsa) is a 2014 South Korean television series starring Jung Yong-hwa, Lee Jin-wook, Yang Dong-geun, Jung Hae-in, and Seo Hyun-jin. Loosely based on Alexandre Dumas's 1844 novel The Three Musketeers , the series follows three Joseon-era adventurers who serve Crown Prince Sohyeon as his warrior guards. It aired on cable channel tvN from August 17 to November 2, 2014 on Sundays at 21:00 for 12 episodes.  
The Three Musketeers was originally planned for three seasons with a budget of US$10 million (12 episodes per season), with the last season to be filmed in China.  But with low viewership ratings for its first season, plans for succeeding seasons have been postponed indefinitely.  
In this table, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.
|Ep.||Original broadcast date||Title||Average audience share|
|1||August 17, 2014||First Encounter||1.820%|
|2||August 24, 2014||The Three Musketeers||1.386%|
|3||August 31, 2014||Secret Mission||1.461%|
|4||September 7, 2014||Protect the Neck of Enemy General Ingguldai||0.987%|
|5||September 14, 2014||A Duel||1.088%|
|6||September 21, 2014||Commander Kim Ja-jeom||1.007%|
|7||September 28, 2014||Mi-ryung and Hyang-sun||1.157%|
|8||October 5, 2014||The Crown Princess' Desire||0.794%|
|9||October 12, 2014||Immediate Execution||1.030%|
|10||October 19, 2014||One for All, All for One||1.370%|
|11||October 26, 2014||Kiss||1.758%|
|12||November 2, 2014||Letter from Mainland||1.960%|
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