I am trying to better understand how to use the form N+(으)로 하여금 to show causation.
In many usages I've seen, N+(으)로 하여금 seems to emphasize a causation being effected on a grammatical object.
Two examples I am confident in as follows:
그로 하여금 약속을 꼭 지키게 했다.
We made him keep his promise.
강 대통령은 임 대표로 하여금 기념 연설문을 쓰게 했다.
President Kang had Representative Im write the commemoration speech.
Here the usage is pretty straight forward. The 로 하여금 indicates who is being caused to keep their promise.
However, one question I have deals with when, if ever, 로 하여금 can just be replaced with 를/을. Here is an example:
감독은 선수들로 하여금 동계 훈련에 참여하도록 지시했다.
The coach made the players participate in winter training.
However, what if I just said the following?
감독은 선수들을 동계 훈련에 참여하도록 지시했다. (Using the object marker 을).
Is this also a proper usage, or is 로 하여금 better here?