Koryo-saram
Koryo-saram (Cyrillic: Корё сарам, Hangul: 고려사람) is the name which ethnic Koreans in the post-Soviet states use to refer to themselves. The term is composed of two constituents: "Koryo", which refers ...
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Andrew Kim Taegon
Saint Kim Taegon Andrea (Hangul: 김대건 안드레아, Hanja: 金大建) (1821–1846), generally referred to as Saint Andrew Kim Taegon in English, was the first Korean-born Catholic priest and is the patron saint of K...
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Jeon Myeong-un
Jeon Myeong-un (born Jonghyeon, Seoul 25 June 1884; died 19 November 1947) was a Korean independence activist. He is best known along with Jang In-hwan for his role in the 1908 assassination of Durham...
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Wang Jha-ji
Wang Jha-ji (korean:왕자지, hanja:王字之, 1066 - May 1122) was a Korean politician, general and musician, Ambassadors of the Goryeo dynasty period. appearances to battle deputies to general Yun Gwan, and ...
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Jin Yan
Jin Yan (April 7, 1910 – December 27, 1983) was a Korean-born actor who gained fame in China during the country's golden age of cinema, based in Shanghai. His acting talents and good looks gained him ...
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Lee Kwon-mu
Lee Kwon Mu, (Korean: 리권무, Hanja: 李權武) also known as Yi Kwon-mu or Ri Gwon-mu, (1914–1986?) was a North Korean People's Army general officer during the Korean War. He commanded a division, and lat...
Choi Chang-ik
Choe Chang-ik (Hangul: 최창익, hanja: 崔昌益, 1896 in Onsong County – 1960 in Pyongyang) was a Korean Independence activist, soldier, Social Movements. after name was Choe Chang-sok (최창석, 崔昌錫), Choe Chang-s...
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Pak Hon-yong
Pak Hon-yong (Hangul: 박헌영, Hanja:朴憲永, 28 May 1900 – 5 December 1955 ?) was a Korean independence activist, politician, philosopher and Communist activist. One of the main leaders of the Korean co...
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