Robert Leckie (author)
Robert Leckie (December 18, 1920 – December 24, 2001) was an American author of books on United States military history, fiction, autobiography and children's books. As a young man, he served in...
Kim Jip
Kim Jip (1574–1656) was a Korean Joseon Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, educator and writer. He was from the Gwangsan Kim clan. He was the son of Sagye Kim Jang-saeng and the grand uncle of Kim M...
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Joseon Sanggosa
Joseon Sanggosa (literally Ancient history of Korea) is a book written in 1931 by Shin Chaeho, and which describes the ancient history of Korea. It covers the history of Korea from Gojoseon to the des...
Seong Hui-ahn
Seong Hui-ahn(korean:성희안;成希顔, 1461–1513) was a Korean Joseon Dynasty politician and Neo-Confucianism Philosopher. .
Park Gyu-su
Park Gyu-su (박규수, 朴珪壽, 1807–1877) was a scholar-bureaucrat, a teacher, a politician and a diplomat of Joseon Dynasty Korea. He was known as a pioneer of the enlightenment group. Park Gyu-su was ...
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Kim Jang-saeng
Kim Jang-saeng (July 8, 1548 - August 3, 1631) was a Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, educator, and writer of Korea's Joseon period. He was the son of Kim Gye-hui (김계휘, 金繼輝), who was the Censor-Gen...
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Chung In-hong
Chung In-hong(정인홍;鄭仁弘, 1535–1623) was a Korean politician, Neo-Confucian scholar, general, and leader of Party North Man. a penname was Raeam(also Naeam, 래암 來庵). his family was Seosan Chung clean.
Ha Ryun
Ha Ryun (December 22, 1347 – November 6, 1416), also spelled Ha Yun, was a Joseon Dynasty politician and Neo-Confucian scholar, educator, and writer.
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Park Jung-yang
Park Jung-yang (Korean: 박중양; Hanja: 朴重陽; sometimes transliterated Park Joong-yang, May 3, 1874 or 1872 — April 23, 1959) was a Korean Joseon and Japanese-ruled Korean bureaucrat, politician, liber...
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Park Jong-yang
Park Jong-yang(korean:박정양, hanja:朴定陽, 1841–1904) was a Korean Joseon dynasty politician and edification activist. a member of independence club(독립협회;獨立協會) and People's joint association(만민공동회;萬民共同會). ...
Shin Chaeho
Shin Chae-ho (1880–1936) was a Korean independence activist, historian, nationalist and the founder of the nationalist historiography of Korea. He is often referred to as “Korea’s greatest historian” ...
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Bruce Cumings
Bruce Cumings (born 5 September 1943) is an American historian of East Asia, professor, lecturer and author. He is the Gustavus F. and Ann M. Swift Distinguished Service Professor in History, and the ...
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Martina Deuchler
Martina Deuchler (born 1935 in Zurich) is a Swiss academic and author. She was a professor of Korean studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) from 1991-2001.
In a statistical o...
Choe Nam-seon
Choe Nam-seon (April 26, 1890- October 10, 1957) was a prominent modern Korean historian, pioneering poet and publisher, and a leading member of the Korean independence movement. He was born into a ju...
Kim Ja-jeom
Kim Ja-jeom (Hangul: 김자점; hanja: 金自點; 1588 - January 27, 1652) was a politician and Neo-Confucian scholar of the Joseon Dynasty. His pen name was Nakseo (Hangul: 낙서; hanja: 洛西)...
Roger Tennant
Father Charles Roger Tennant (Tasmania, 8 April 1919 - 30 June 2003) was an Anglican Priest, biographer of Joseph Conrad, and historian of Korea.In 1936 he came to England to study aircraft design wit...
Yu Deuk-gong
Yu Deuk-gong (1749–1807) was a Korean scholar during the Joseon Dynasty. He is remembered today for his work in recovering the history of Balhae, which had not generally been considered part of Korea...
Yu (Korean name)
Yoo (also spelled Yu or Ryu or You or Ryoo) is the English transcription of several Korean surnames written as 유 or 류 in Hangul. Some of the family names written as Yoo are derived from the Chinese su...
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Moon Ik-chum
Moon Ik-chom(korean:문익점;文益漸, 8 February 1329 – February 1400) was a politician of the Goryeo Dynasty and a Neo-Confucian scholar. His given name was Ik-cheom (익첨 益瞻), his courtesy name ...
S.L.A. Marshall
S.L.A. Marshall (full name, Samuel Lyman Atwood Marshall) (July 18, 1900 – December 17, 1977) was a chief U.S. Army combat historian during World War II and the Korean War. He authored some 30 books a...
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Kwon Ram
Kwon Ram(korean:권람, 1416 - February 6, 1465) was Korean Joseon Dynastys politician, writer, historian, nationalist. Entourage of Sejo of Joseon. nickname was Sohandang(소한당).father-in-law of general Na...
Doksa Sillon
Doksa Sillon or A New Reading of History (1908) is a book that discusses the history of Korea from the time of the mythical Dangun to the fall of the kingdom of Baekje in 926 CE. Its author–R...
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Yi Gwang-sik
Yi Gwang-sik (Hangul: 이광식; hanja: 李光軾, born 29 September 1493 in Gangneung, died 1 December 1563 in Seoul), was a Korean politician and general during the Joseon Dynasty. He was famed for ...
Lee Ki-baek
Lee Ki-baik (1924–2004) was a leading South Korean historian. He was born in Jeongju-gun, in North Pyeongan province in what is today North Korea. He graduated from the Osan School in 1941, attendin...
Shin Don
Shin Don (신돈, 1322~1371) was a Korean Buddhist monk and scholar during the Goryeo Dynasty; His Dharma name was Pyeonjo and he became Teacher and advisor to Gongmin of Goryeo.
He was a Buddhist mon...
Odd Arne Westad
Odd Arne Westad FBA (born 1960) is a Norwegian historian specializing in the Cold War and contemporary East Asian history. He is a professor of international history at LSE, where he also serves as di...
Jeong In-ji
Jeong Inji (정인지, December 28 1396–November 26 1478) was a Korean Neo-Confucian scholar, historian, and, during the reign of King Sejong the Great, Vice-Minister of Education. He was nicknamed Hakyeok...
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