What is the irony in the poem The Tale of Melon City?

What is the irony in the poem The Tale of Melon City?

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  1. The irony of the poem The Melon City is that the king is described as just and placid. However he turns out to be unjust and easily agitated. Moreover he becomes the reason of his own death in the end.

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