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In the s Korea under the Min clan's government was experiencing financial difficulties which led to tax increases. In addition the spread of corruption among officials and the cornering of the grain market by Japanese merchants brought poverty and hardship, particularly to the peasantry. Against this backdrop of disorder, a popular religious movement called Donghak Eastern Learning which taught that all men were equal and rejected the feudal class society, spread rapidly among the peasants.
This peasant army with its aims of overthrowing the rule of Queen Min and her clique and expelling the Japanese, rapidly increased in strength and defeated the government forces sent to defeat it. In response the Korean government asked Qing China to send troops while Japan also despatched forces to protect Japanese citizens living in the region, actions which sparked the outbreak of the Sino-Japanese War.
However, a peace treaty is said to have been signed by the Korean government and the peasant army at the beginning of June which brought the rebellion temporarily to a halt. It later flared up again and ifghting between the Peasant Army and Japanese forces continued until December In January , the Heungseong Daewongun , who was resolutely opposed to contact with Western nations, ordered the murder of French missionaries active in Korea and large numbers of their converts.
The following month a further French fleet was sent to demand the punishment of those responsible for the deaths of the missionaries and the conclusion of an unequal treaty. The French occupied the area around Ganghwa Island and blockaded Hanseong which led to violent confrontation with the Korean army. In October the French forces finally withdrew from Ganghwa Island but as they did so they looted books and treasures and set fire to buildings, causing heavy Korean casualties.
Since late there had been conflict between Japan's new Meiji government and Korea over the term used in official documents to refer to the Emperor of Japan which had prevented the establishment of diplomatic relations. As it approached Ganghwa Island a fire fight broke out with the Korean army. Shortly afterwards Japanese forces landed on the island, captured the gun battery and burned the Koreans' stronghold. The Japanese government held Korea responsible for the incident and pressed it into signing the "Japan—Korea Treaty of ", also known as the " Japan-Korea Treaty of Amity " or the "Treaty of Ganghwa".