In part 2, the second half of the process of constructing Sabi Palace is shown in which they stop Goguryeo’s invasion and overcome the threat of the overflow of Baekma River by building a northen outer wall.
They build Jeongrim Temple with a 5-story wooden pagoda to ease the people that have been exhausted with frequent wars and long term construction. Later, they start constructing the city in full-scale with the establishment of a systematic and reasonable administration system. King Seong also carries out a reform of the political system. By installing 22 deputy delegates to decentralize the power from the central aristocrats, he plans to establish a bureaucracy of centralization of power.
However, the construction of Sabi Palace faces another crisis with a catastrophe of an unprecedented storm. They face physical damages and epidemic, along with the estrangement of the public sentiment and the loss of labor. After 2 years of restoration, the construction gets back on the track and the construction of Sabi Palace is completed in 16 years. Baekje moves its capital to Sabi in 538 and Baekje enjoys its heyday later on.