Goguryeo
Goguryeo or Koguryo (Hangul: 고구려; hanja: 高句麗, [koɡuɾjʌ]) (37 BC – 668 AD) was one of the ancient Three Kingdoms of Korea, located in the northern and central parts of the Korean Peninsula ...
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Geomungo
The National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts 국립국악원 Geomungo 거문고 sanjo 산조 demonstration at foreigner's traditional music class completion concer...
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Apr 24, 2013 ... Goguryeo Kingdom -------------------------- Goguryeo or Koguryo was an ancient Korean kingdom located in the present-day northern and central ...
Goguryeo-Wei Wars
The Goguryeo–Wei War was a series of invasions of the Chinese state of Cao Wei against the proto-Korean kingdom of Goguryeo from 244 to 245. The invasions, a retaliation of a Goguryeo raid in 242, des...
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Goguryeo-Sui Wars
The Goguryeo–Sui War were a series of campaigns launched by the Sui dynasty of China against Goguryeo between AD 598 and AD 614. It resulted in the defeat of Sui and was a factor in the Tang dynasty o...
Goguryeo-Tang Wars
The Goguryeo–Tang War occurred from 645 to 668 and was initially fought between the Goguryeo kingdom and Tang empire. During the course of the war the two sides allied with various other states. Exhau...
Goguryeo revival movements
The Goguryeo revival movements were started in 668, upon the fall of Pyeongyang Fortress to the Silla-Tang alliance. After 668, several different revival movements were initiated throughout the former...
Balhae
Balhae (698–926) (Korean Balhae {Korean|hangul=발해}, Bohai [渤海] in Chinese}, [paɾɛ], Бохай or Пархэ in Russian) was a mixed ethnic Korean–Mohe empire established in northern Korea and Manchuria after t...
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Military history of Goguryeo
The Military history of Goguryeo involved wars with other Korean kingdoms; Baekje and Silla, several Chinese dynasties, and Yamato Japan. Goguryeo finally fell to a Silla-Tang alliance in 668 from exh...
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Goguryeo language
The Goguryeo language was spoken in the ancient kingdom of Goguryeo (37 BCE – 668 CE), one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. The language is also known as Old Koguryo, Koguryoic, and Koguryoan.It is unk...
Korean language
Korean (한국어/조선말, see below) is the official language of South Korea and North Korea, as well as one of the two official languages in China's Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture. About 80 million peo...
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Goguryeo controversies
The Goguryeo controversies are disputes between China and South Korea on the history of Goguryeo, an ancient kingdom (37 BC – 668 AD) located mostly in present-day Northeast China and North Korea. At ...
Northeast Project of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
The Northeast Project (simplified Chinese: 东北工程; traditional Chinese: 東北工程), which is short for the Serial Research Project on the History and Current State of the Northeast Borderland (simpli...
Yanzhou Village
Yanzhou Village (Chinese: 燕州城) is a small settlement in Dengta Prefecture of Liaoyang Prefecture in Liaoning Province in China. The village is the site of the ancient Goguryeo city of Baegam (Hang...
Seocheon of Goguryeo
King Seocheon of Goguryeo (died 292, r. 270–292) was the 13th ruler of Goguryeo, the northernmost of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. He was the second son of King Jungcheon, and was confirmed as Crown P...
Taejo of Goguryeo
King Taejodae of Goguryeo (Claimed AD 47 – 165; 118 years) (r. 53 – 146; 93 years) was the sixth monarch of Goguryeo, the northernmost of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. He is sometimes called King Guck...
Feng Hong
Feng Hong (Chinese: 馮弘; died 438), courtesy name Wentong (文通), formally Emperor Zhaocheng of (Northern) Yan ((北)燕昭成帝), was the last emperor of the Chinese state Northern Yan. He seized the throne...
Hwando Mountain Fortress
Wandu, called Hwando in Korean, was the second capital of the Goguryeo kingdom. The remains of the mountain fortress are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Capital Cities and Tombs of the Ancient ...
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Damjing
Damjing (in modern Korean) or Donchō (in Japanese) was a Buddhist priest who was sent to ancient Japan from Goguryeo around 610. How his name was pronounced in the Goguryeo language is unknown.Almost ...
Go Sagye
Go Sagye (Hanyu Pinyin: Gāo Shèjī, ?~?) was a general of the Goguryeo in its last days (about 668 CE). He was taken captive into Tang China after Goguryeo's fall, and served as a general for the ...
Sansang of Goguryeo
King Sansang of Goguryeo (died 227, r. 197–227) was the 10th ruler of Goguryeo, the northernmost of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. He was the third son of the eighth king Sindae and the younger brother...
Little Goguryeo
Lesser Goguryeo or Little Goguryeo (699-820) (소고구려, 小高句麗) was a state established by the refugees of Goguryeo, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea.The kingdom was originally called Goryeo, but later hi...
General Oi
General Oi (오이, 烏伊, ?-?) was a general who helped to found the Goguryeo, one of the Three kingdoms of Korea.
Oi, Hyeopbo, Mari, and Jumong were associated as friends. Jumong made them his bod...
Dae Jung-sang
Dae Jung-sang (625?-698?) was the contribute of Balhae, and the father of Dae Joyeong, who was the founder of Balhae. Though much of the credit for the founding of Balhae went to his son, many histori...
Eulji Mundeok
Eulji Mundeok or Ulchi Mundok (Mid-6th Century — 629 CE) was a military leader of early 7th century Goguryeo, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, who successfully defended Goguryeo against the Sui Chi...