Goi of Baekje
Goi of Baekje (died 286, r. 234–286) was the eight king of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. He was the second son of the 4th king Gaeru and younger brother of the 5th king Chogo.
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List of Baekje people
This is a partial list of people who lived in Baekje 18 BCE – 660 CE
For a chronological list of rulers, see List of Korean monarchs. Temple names were the same as personal names, unless noted oth...
Nine-rank system
The nine rank system, or much less commonly nine grade controller system, was a civil service nomination system during the Three Kingdoms and the Southern and Northern Dynasties in China. Chen Qun, a ...
Crown of Baekje
The Crown of Baekje refers to several artifacts excavated that are believed to be the royal headgear of the kings, queens, and nobility of the Baekje Kingdom. Some of the crowns follow the same tradit...
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Pungnaptoseong
Pungnaptoseong is a flat earthen wall built at the edge of the Han River, with a circumference of 3.5 km. It is located in modern-day Pungnap-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul, and previously was included i...
Seong of Baekje
Seong of Baekje (also Holy King, died 554) (r. 523–554) was the 26th king of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. He was a son of Muryeong of Baekje and is best known for making Buddhism the st...
Heukchi Sangji
Heukchi Sangji (Hangul: 흑치상지, Hanja: 黑齒常之, pinyin: Heichi Changzhi) (630–689) was a Baekje general who became a leader of the Baekje Revival Movement, and later a Tang Dynasty general.
After serio...
Biryu
Biryu (?-?) was the second son of Jumong and So Seo-no, and older brother of Onjo, the traditionally recognized founder of Baekje (18 BCE–660 CE), which was one of the Three Kingdoms o...
Bunseo of Baekje
Bunseo of Baekje (died 304, r. 298–304) was the tenth king of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. He was the eldest son of the ninth king Chaekgye. He continued to wage war against the Chines...
Gaero of Baekje
Gaero of Baekje (?-475, 455-475) was the 21st king of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. He was the eldest son of the 20th king Biyu. He died in battle as Baekje's capital in the present-day...
Tomb of King Muryeong
The Tomb of King Muryeong, also known as Songsan-ri Tomb No. 7, is the ancient tumulus of King Muryeong, who ruled the Baekje Kingdom from 501 to 523, and his queen. The rarity of intact Baekje tombs...
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Samgeun of Baekje
Samgeun of Baekje (465 - 479) (r. 477- 479) was the 23rd king of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. According to the Samguk Sagi, he was the eldest son of the 22nd king Munju.
In 475, th...
Biryu of Baekje
Biryu of Baekje (died 344, r. 304–344) was the eleventh king of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. According to the Samguk Sagi, he was second son of the 6th king Gusu and the younger brothe...
Index of Baekje-related articles
Articles about Baekje-related people, places, things, and concepts include:
Index of Baekje-related articles - Wikipedia
Gongju
Gongju (Gongju-si), also spelt Kongju, is a city in South Chungcheong province, South Korea.
Gongju was formerly named Ungjin and was the capital of Baekje from AD 475 to 538. In this period, Baek...
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Chogo of Baekje
Chogo of Baekje (died 214, r. 166–214) was the fifth king of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea.
He was the son of King Gaeru.Relations between Baekje and the rival kingdom Silla became ho...
Liu Rengui
Liu Rengui (劉仁軌) (602 – March 2, 685), courtesy name Zhengze (正則), formally Duke Wenxian of Lecheng (樂城文獻公), was a general and official of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty, serving as chancellor durin...
Buyeo County
Buyeo County (Buyeo-gun) is a county in South Chungcheong Province, South Korea. Buyeo-eup, the county's capital, was the site of the capital of Baekje from 538-660 AD, during which it was called Sabi...
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Ungjin
Ungjin, also known as Gomnaru (Hangul: 곰나루, literally "bear port") is a former city on the Korean Peninsula. It was located in modern-day Gongju, South Chungcheong province, South Korea. It was the ...
Seongjusa
126°39′20″E / 36.344267°N 126.655585°E / 36.344267; 126.655585Historic site of Seongjusa temple(in Hangul:성주사지, in Hanja:聖住寺址) is no.307 South Korean historic site in Boryeong...
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Jeonji of Baekje
Jeonji of Baekje (died 420) (r. 405–420) was the eighteenth king of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea.As the eldest son, he was confirmed as successor to King Asin, in 394. His queen was Lad...
Prince Imseong
Prince Imseong was the third son of King Seong of Baekje. He left for Japan after his father was killed in a battle against Silla forces in 554. Prince Imseong, a member of the powerful Soga clan, is ...
Baekje
Baekje or Paekche (Hangul: 백제; hanja: 百濟, [pɛktɕ͈e]) (18 BC – 660 AD) was a kingdom located in southwest Korea. It was one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, together with Gogurye...
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Wideok of Baekje
Wideok of Baekje (525–598) (r. 554–598) was the 27th king of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. He was the eldest son of King Seong, and rose to the throne upon his father's death.
During...
Su Dingfang
Su Dingfang (traditional Chinese: 蘇定方; simplified Chinese: 苏定方; pinyin: Sū Dìngfāng; Wade–Giles: Su Tingfang) (591–667), formal name Su Lie (蘇烈) but went by the courtesy name of Dingfa...
Gwisil Boksin
Gwisil Boksin (died 663) was a military general of the Korean kingdom of Baekje. He is remembered primarily as a leader of a movement for the restoration of Baekje after the kingdom fell in 660. He ...
Go Heung
Go Heung (고흥, 高興, ?-?) was an ancient Baekje, which was one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, scholar who served under King Geunchogo of Baekje.His origins and his whole life are mostly unknown. Hi...
Onjo of Baekje
Onjo (?-28, r. 18 BC–AD 28) was the founding monarch of Baekje(백제,百濟), one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. According to the Samguk Sagi(삼국사기,三國史記), he was the ancestor of all Baekje kings.
H...
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