This was when Hideyoshi invaded Korea in 1592 as part of his attack on China.
In 1592, Hideyoshi sent his great army from Japan to conquer Korea.
"Jonkvank is not one of the assets we boast about too loudly," Hideyoshi O'Leary said, pausing on his way from the table.
Nobutaka especially was hostile to the influence of Hideyoshi.
For the Jesuits now the absorbing question was, what attitude Hideyoshi would assume towards their propagandism.
What, for instance, incited Hideyoshi to invade Korea in 1592?
Hideyoshi did not consider it politic to push the matter to extremes, so the prince retained his former position.
Of these four, the first, named Hideyoshi, rose to great fame.
"Biting off live chickens' heads, in a sideshow wild-man act," Hideyoshi O'Leary supplied.
The best example of this was the famous Hideyoshi and his followers.