Ancient North East and Korean History with Two Wars

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Ancient North East and Korean History with Two Wars

  1. 1. HiPIC The Ancient North-East Asian and Korean History CKAKS Lecture Series Aug 1 2012 Jongwook Woo, PhD jwoo5@calstatela.edu High-Performance Information Computing Center (HiPIC) Computer Information Systems Department California State University Los Angeles Jongwook Woo CSULA
  2. 2. HiPIC Contents 개요 Two myths at East Asia The oldest culture in Asia Old Choson (BC 2333 - ?) Gija/Wiman Chosun War with Han World Wars Jongwook Woo CSULA
  3. 3. HiPIC 개요 역사를 왜 배우는가 재외 동포들에게 본국의 역사란 무엇인가 Jongwook Woo CSULA
  4. 4. HiPIC The views of Korean history Chosun (조선) Kingdom in Korea (1392- 1892, 1892 – 1910)  Ideology to establish the Land of the Wiseman (군자) Since 16C, studied Chinese Confucianism too seriously Wanna-Be Chinese – Doctrinaire attitudes/beliefs Wanted to have a link between the Old Chosun, – especialy Chinese Gija (기자) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  5. 5. HiPIC The views of Korean history (Cont’d) Korean old histories have been used politically Korea-Japan Annexation (1910-1945): – Japanese Imperial Government distorted the old history of Korea • 쓰다 소우키치(津田左右吉) 와 그 제자 이병도, 손진태 • Most historians in South Korean universities were educated by Japanese Imperial Government or theirs disciples – 실증사학 (식민사학?) – 이병도 (조선사 편수회, 진단학회), 손진태 (진단학회) 및 제자들 North-East Project (동북공정) of China (2002 – 2006) – any pre-modern people or states that occupied any part of what is now the Peoples Republic of China are defined as having been part of that greater Chinese state – Others • Northwest Project:Tibet • Southwest Project: Xinjiang CSULA Jongwook Woo
  6. 6. HiPIC The views of Korean history (Cont’d)  Many other Korean historians  Different from and Reforming the old history of Korea, especially the Old Chosun and Three Kingdoms  South Korea – 민족사학 • 신채호 (독립운동가, 사학자), 문정창 (사학자), 윤내현 (단국대학교), 김용운 (단국대학교), 이덕일 (한가람역사문화연구소 소장), 김병기 (한가람역사문화연구소 위원), 이종기, 김운회 (동양대) etc  North Korea – 주체사학 • 김석형 주체사학 과 제자들 – Under Military Government (1961 - 1993) in South Korea • Arrested if you had the same opinion with North Koreans – New Right • 식민지 근대론: – 반 민족적; 일본우익과 같은 역사관  If you read many history books, you will have the similar view with 민족사학자 Jongwook Woo CSULA
  7. 7. HiPIC Old Chosun (고조선, 古朝鮮) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  8. 8. Two myths at East AsiaHiPIC (The symbols of Korea and its brothers)  The Sons of Heaven (천손)  Respect Sun, Light  Worship birds  Love gold, especially Shilla  Respect horse  Good at Archery  Also use horn-shaped cup, especially Shilla and Kaya – Koreans, Kazakhs, Bryats, Evenkies, Mongols, Yakuts, Machurians, Japanese  The Oviparity (난생)  Born from egg – Eggs from the Heaven • Chu-Mo (주몽), Kim Soo-Ro (김수로), Park Hyok-Go-Se (박혁거세) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  9. 9. HiPIC The sons of heaven and Phoenix 천손신화와 신조사상 분포 김병모 (Hanyang Univ.), “금관의 비밀” Jongwook Woo CSULA
  10. 10. HiPIC The sons of heaven and The Ovaparity 천손 과 난생신화 분포 김병모 (Hanyang Univ.), “금관의 비밀” Jongwook Woo CSULA
  11. 11. HiPIC Old Chosun (고조선, 古朝鮮) Two Cultures in Northeast Asia © jwoo Jongwook Woo CSULA
  12. 12. HiPIC Old Chosun Lake Baikhal (바이칼호) (고조선, 古朝鮮) It has been believed that Korean and her brothers are originated from Baikhal Lake Jongwook Woo CSULA
  13. 13. 구환 (Nine- Hwan, Han), 동이 (East Yi, 東夷)HiPIC  규원사화 (Kyoo-Won History) by Book-Ae, AD1675, King Sook-Jong, Chosun)  Hwan-In, Hwan-Wong (Shin-Shi), Dan-Goon  구한 Nine Hwans – National Library, Seoul, Korea; 국립 중앙도서관, 귀 626 (고 2105-1) 1책  夷: 大 (“big”) + 弓 (“bow”)  That Chinese called Korean and her brothers (Nine Yi’s)  The origin of the everything, “Book of the Later Han ” – 後漢書 ;王制; 云: [東方曰夷.] 夷者, 也, 言仁而好生, 萬物 地而出.[1] 故天性柔順, 易以道御, 至有君子不死之國焉.[2] 夷有九種,[3] 曰 夷, 于夷, 方夷, 黃夷, 白夷, 赤夷, 玄夷, 風 夷, 陽夷.[4] 故孔子欲居九夷也.  The root of everything: 萬物之柢 – I forgot which book says so; another version of “Book of the Later Han ”?  There are Nine Yi’s Jongwook Woo CSULA
  14. 14. HiPIC Hong-San Culture  Yellow River Culture (Yangshao culture (仰 韶文化), BC 5000 – BC 3000)  was believed first in the east Asia  Chinese history – Yangshao -> Yellow River -> Xia (하) Dynasty (c. 2100 - c. 1600 BC)  But in the area of Yi, the oldest ruins found At Da-Ring-Ho (대릉하) : 요하 where the area Yi lived in, – Sing-Rung-Wa (흥륭화) ruins (BC6200 – BC5200) were found • Chahai (사해) ruins (BC5600) – Believed that Korean is originated from the lake Bikhal • but should be originated from here • Or built this culture even from Bikhal Jongwook Woo CSULA
  15. 15. HiPIC Hong-San Culture (Cont’d)  Hong-San (红山文化) culture was found at Liao-Ning (요녕), Manchuria and Jok-Bong, Inner-Mongolia  BC 4500 – BC3000 (2000 earlier than Yellow River Culture)  Originated from Chahai and Sing-Rung-Wa  Ha-Ga-Jom (하가점 하층문화), Jok-Bong, Inner-Mongol – BC2000 – BC1200  Probably Korean (and Manchurian) is originated from Hong- San civilization  Because the area is the origin of Yi’s  And, so is Mongolian – 북방 유목 수렵민족 모두  China culture is affected by Sing-Rung-Wa (흥륭화) and Hong-San (红山文化)  Lawler A, “Beyond Yellow River: How China Became China?”, Science, 325:930-935, 2009  Lawler A, “East and West”, Science, 325:940-943, 2009 Jongwook Woo CSULA
  16. 16. HiPIC Hong-San Civilization흥륭화 (BC6200 –BC5200), 사해(BC 5600)Hong-SanCulture (BC 4500– BC 3000) located where Yi (東夷 ) lived The Great Wall Jongwook Woo CSULA
  17. 17. HiPIC Hong-San Culture흥륭화 (BC6200 – BC5200), 사해(BC 5600), Hong-San Culture( BC 4500 – BC 3000) Yangshao culture (仰 韶文化): BC 5000 - Jongwook Woo CSULA
  18. 18. HiPIC Old Lake Baikhal Chosun (고조선, 古朝鮮) Then, Korean and her brothers should be originated from Hong- San Culture Jongwook Woo CSULA
  19. 19. Diamond J, Peter Bellwood P, “Farmers and TheirHiPIC Languages: The First Expansions”, Science, 300:597, 2003이홍규, “한국인의 기원: The Origin of Korean”, 2010, 우리역사 연구 재단 Jongwook Woo CSULA
  20. 20. 마스모토 히데오 (松本秀雄), “일본인은 어디서 왔는가”, 박선술 옮김, 보고사, 2001HiPIC이홍규, “한국인의 기원: The Origin of Korean”, 2010, 우리역사 연구 재단 Jongwook Woo CSULA
  21. 21. HiPIC Old Chosun (고조선, 古朝鮮) Two Cultures in Northeast Asia © jwoo Jongwook Woo CSULA
  22. 22. HiPIC Old Chosun (고조선, 古朝鮮, 아사달, Asa- Dal) Originated from Hwan-In and Hwan- Woong Hwan-Woong is a son of Hwan-In – Migrated to human land from the heaven with the advanced technology Who they are? – Hong-San civilization? BC 2333 - ? Dan-Goon found chosun (Asa-Dal) – Dan-Goon Myth • Bear and Tiger; only the bear became a human woman  The Sacred Tree (신수), Dolmen Tombs (고인돌), Mandolin-shaped dagger (비파형동검) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  23. 23. HiPIC Old Chosun (고조선, 古朝鮮, Asa-Dal, Cont’d)  Chosun (Joseon, 朝鮮, Asa-Dal)  Is it Jusen (Manchuria)? Asa-Dal: Morning Kingdom – Still ASA is morning in Japanese – How similar Korean and Japanese are Dolmen Tomb More than 60% of World Dolmen tombs are at Chosun Area Mandolin-shaped daggers and spheres Later Sharpen and narrow style Jongwook Woo CSULA
  24. 24. HiPIC Old Chosun (고조선, 古朝鮮) Map in the textbook at Korean School Jongwook Woo CSULA
  25. 25. HiPIC Old Chosun (고조선, 古朝鮮) Map based on Shin Chae-Ho’s Three Chosun (조선상고사) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  26. 26. HiPIC Old Chosun (고조선, 古朝鮮) Map by Lee (이덕일) and Kim (김병기), “고조선은 대륙의 지배자 였다” Jongwook Woo CSULA
  27. 27. HiPIC Old Chosun (고조선, 古朝鮮) History Special (역사스페셜), KBS “첫나라 고조선, 수도는 어디였을까” Jongwook Woo CSULA
  28. 28. HiPIC Old Chosun (고조선, 古朝鮮) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  29. 29. HiPIC Old Chosun (고조선, 古朝鮮) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  30. 30. HiPIC Old Chosun (고조선, 古朝鮮) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  31. 31. HiPIC Bronze Mirror (Hard to make it even at the present time) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  32. 32. HiPIC Carriage Parts found at Pyong-Yang, North Korea 1992 1992 북한 평양 정백동, History Special, KBS, “첫 나라 고조선, 수도는 어디였을까” Jongwook Woo CSULA
  33. 33. HiPIC Carriage Parts found at Pyong-Yang, North Korea 1992CG Carriage (북한 평양 정백동), History Special, KBS, “첫 나라 고조선, 수도는 어디였을까” Jongwook Woo CSULA
  34. 34. HiPIC Mirror Jongwook Woo CSULA
  35. 35. HiPIC Gija Chosun, Wiman Chosun  Gija Chosun  Shang (은) Dynasty collapsed by Zhou (주) Dynasty (1066BC) – Wandering people from Shang migrated to the west board of Choson (고조선) – Chosun allowed Gija people live in the west board (요녕) between Zhou and Chosun  Wiman Chosun  In 195 BC, King Jun of Gija Chosun (?) appointed a refugee from Yan (연), Wiman.  Wiman later rebelled in 193 BC – Became a king of Gija Chosun Jongwook Woo CSULA
  36. 36. HiPIC Old Chosun (고조선, 古朝鮮) Map by Lee (이덕일) and Kim (김병기), “고조선은 대륙의 기자/위만조선 지배자 였다” Jongwook Woo CSULA
  37. 37. HiPIC The Board of the Great Wall Chin China The first united China Great Wall (만리장성) built between 220–206 BC by the first Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang In order to defend China from Northern Countries such as – Chosun – The Xiongnu (匈奴; Xiōngnú; Hsiung-nu) • The Hun? • Brother kingdom of Chosun? Where is the great wall? Jongwook Woo CSULA
  38. 38. HiPIC The Great Wall 이덕일, 김병기 “고조선은 대륙의 지배자 였다” Historians under The Imperial Japanese as well as 현존 강단사학자 Great Wall Jongwook Woo CSULA
  39. 39. HiPIC War between Wiman-Chosun and Han China Han Moo-Je, Emperor Wu (Wudi; 武帝), wants to control the Xiongnu and its ally ChoSun Han invaded Wiman Chosun at 109 BC – 東伐朝鮮 起玄 樂浪 以斷匈奴之左臂 『漢書』卷73 – Han History said “we cut the left arm of Xiongnu” – war for 1 year • But ChoSun had an internal trouble and surrendered • Sima Qian says in Records of the Grand Historian (史記) – Chosun fell by Generals Yang Pu (杨仆) and Xun Zhi (荀彘) in 108 BC – But, they were all sentenced to death by Emperor Wu (Why?) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  40. 40. HiPIC Mirror War betweenWiman Chosun and Han China at BC 108The Great Wall Too far from China at BC 108 Jongwook Woo CSULA
  41. 41. HiPIC The result of the war  Records of the Grand Historian (史記) says that  the Han established Four Commanderies of Han – But did not mention where they were  Mystery – Who won? • Chosun fell by Generals Yang Pu (杨仆) and Xun Zhi (荀彘) in 108 BC – But, they were all sentenced to death by Emperor Wu (Why?) • The chinese generals were sentenced to death • The ministers of Chosun who surrendered were all assigned to the east coast of china as governors – Fought against which Chosun? • Wiman Chosun, the western board of Chosun by 신채호, 윤내현, 이덕일, 김병기등  한사군 논쟁  고조선 열국들 부여의 패권하에 놓임 Jongwook Woo CSULA
  42. 42. HiPIC The Great Wall 이덕일, 김병기 “고조선은 Nak-Rang province 대륙의 지배자 under Han after the 였다” war Historians under The Imperial Japanese Great Wall Jongwook Woo CSULA
  43. 43. HiPIC The states (열국, 列國)  Chosun consists of many states  the northern region of the peninsula and Manchuria was occupied by the states of Buyeo, Goguryeo, Okjeo, Dongye, and other minor states  It is hard to tell when Chosun lost its central authority – It seems that Bu-Yo took the central authority – Is Bu-Yo Chosun?  Bu-Yo (Bu-Ri)  North Bu-Yo, East Bu-Yo, Cholbon Bu-Yo  Buryat is Bu-Yo?  Ko-Ri (Koree, Koguryo),  Goguryeos traditional founding date is 37 BC, – but it was mentioned in Chinese records as early as 75 BC, or possibly even 2nd century B Jongwook Woo CSULA
  44. 44. HiPIC The states (열국, 列國) (Cont’d)  Baek-Je, Shil-La, Ka-Ya, Okjeo, Ye/Mac  Three Hans (삼한)  Who these guys are?  Jusen, Wa, Cathay, Mongol – Should be one of Nine Hwans (구환) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  45. 45. HiPIC Yol-Gook Bu-Yo Go-Gu-Ryo Nak-Rang Baek-Je Jongwook Woo CSULA
  46. 46. HiPIC 세계전쟁의 시작 (AD 589 - 668)  여수 전쟁  나제 동맹의 붕괴  여당 전쟁  백제 멸망  고구려 멸망  한국사의 신라 위주의 재편  동북아 역사 및 국가의 재편 Jongwook Woo CSULA
  47. 47. HiPIC Wars between Koguryo and Su (수, 隋) China  남북조 통일: AD589, by 수문제 (文帝)  삼국지 이후 5호16국, 남북조 시대 (약 300여년간)  천손 vs 천자 – 두 세계관의 충돌 – Who is going to control northeast asia, Koguryo or Su?  영양왕 9년 (598) 말갈군사 1만여명으로 수의 조양지역 공격  1차 침임 (영양왕 8년, 598): 30만 (0.3 million) – 강이식 장군 (조선상고사)  수양제 (煬帝)  Met and threaten Koguryo embassy at East Turk (동돌궐) 계민 Kan’s place (AD607 영양왕 18년)  2차 침입 (영양왕 22년, 612): 113만 3천 800명 (called 2 million) – 3-4 millions including the Quartermaster corps – Defeated by Ul-Chi Moon-Dok and 고건무 (훗날 영류왕) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  48. 48. HiPIC Wars betwee Koguryo and Su (수, 隋) China Naver 한국민족문화대백과 Jongwook Woo CSULA
  49. 49. HiPIC Wars between 백제 and 신라  신라와 백제의 원한 백제의 성왕 전사 – 나제 동맹으로 고구려로 부터 한강유역 탈환 – 신라 진흥왕이 백제의 점령지 한강 하류지역 점령 (신라 진흥왕 14년, 553) – 관산성 전투 • 성왕 (과 4명의 좌평) 김무력 (김유신의 아버지)의 매복군에게 처형 – 노비를 시켜 성왕의 목을 베고 땅에 묻음 (일본서기) 대야성 전투 – 백제 장군 윤충 (642년 의자왕 2년, 신라 선덕여왕(善德女王)) 군사 1만으로 신라 대야성 공격 – 대야성 성주 즉 도독(都督)은 김춘추의 사위인 김품석(金品釋) • 사지(舍知) 검일(黔日)의 아내를 – 검일은 이 일을 원망하다가 백제군과 내통해 창고에 불을 질렀다 • 김품석 항복: 가족들 모두 처형 CSULA Jongwook Woo
  50. 50. HiPIC Wars between 백제 and 신라 대야성 전투 결과 김춘추는 사흘 밤낮을 식음 전폐하고 기둥에 기대 멍하게 있었다고 함 [삼국사기] 김춘추 백제 멸망 결심 – 왜 (倭 ) 동맹 파견 • 백제계 세력이 너무 많음 실패 – 고구려 동맹 파견 • 연개소문에게 구금됨 – 신라가 뺏은 한강 유역 및 고구려성 복귀 – 당과의 연합 투쟁 제안 [조선상고사] – 토끼와 거북이 이야기로 탈출 성공 – 당 동맹 파견 • 고구려를 견제 하려던 당태종에겐 행운 • 신라는 모든 지명, 이름, 복식, 제도등을 당, 한자 식으로 바꿈 – 신라사신이 일본에 왔을때 사신들의 당식 복장을 보고 불쾌해 함 [일본서기] Jongwook Woo CSULA
  51. 51. HiPIC Wars between Koguryo and Dang (당, 唐) China  Tang Semin Yi (이세민, 당태종) One of the best Emperors in China 1차 침입 (645) – 신라 김춘추의 동맹 제안 – 안시성 전투 • Lost his eye; defeated and retreated by Yang ManChoon and Yon Gae-So-Moon (Cashin) 당태종 사망 (649) – 안시성전투시 눈에 맞은 화살 때문 인 듯 – 유훈: Ask his son (당고종) not to attack Koguryo anymore Jongwook Woo CSULA
  52. 52. HiPIC Wars between Koguryo and Dang (당, 唐) China Naver 한국민족문화대백과 Jongwook Woo CSULA
  53. 53. HiPIC World War at 7C Baek-Je collapsed (AD 660 - 663) Silla was almost destroyed by Baek-Je 나당 연합군 (AD660): – 13만명의 당군 • 산동성에서 백제 기벌포 상륙 – 5만명의 신라군 • 황산벌 진격 – 7월13일 웅진성에서 의자왕 항복 • 태자 법민 (문무왕, 김유신의 조카): 60대의 의자왕 조롱 백제 부흥운동 (660 - 663) – 부여 복신과 일본에서 온 부여 풍 – 거의 모든 백제지역 회복 및 소정방 (?) 포위 – 부여 복신과 풍의 내분 • 복신 살해됨 with the last word “馬鹿野郞” [일본서기] Jongwook Woo CSULA
  54. 54. HiPIC 백제 부흥운동 (660 - 663)  Queen Sai-Mei (제명여왕) at Brother kingdom, Wa (왜, 倭) Japan 왜의 제명여왕이 보낸 2만7천명의 왜 구원군과 1000여척의 배 – Japanese population was about 5 millions Baekje and Wa allies were defeated at the river Baek (백강) 백마강에서 패배 (663) by Shilla and Dang allies All 4 times battles – 400 ships were burned out – Many BaekJe people went to Japan Jongwook Woo CSULA
  55. 55. HiPIC Wars between Koguryo and Dang (당, 唐) China  백제멸망후 당의 지속적인 고구려 침입 660년 11월 부터 662년 소정방 평양성 포위 – 사수전투: 당의 방효태 및 그 13 아들 및 당군 연개소문에게 패퇴 전멸 665년 연개소문 사망 – 연남생 남건 형제 내분 • 남생 당에 투항 • 연정토 (연개소문 동생) 신라에 투항 668년 7월 나당 연합군에게 고구려 평양성 함락 – 신라군 (문무왕) 27만명 (?) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  56. 56. HiPIC The result of the World War  No centralized kingdom in Machuria till Bal-Hae Kingdom (AD 698)  천손족의 사상 문화가 약해짐  Lost many brother countries from Korean history  Mal-Gal (말갈) or Jusen (숙신) – State of Koguryo and Chosun – Started separating from Korean history  Cathay (거란), Mongol – 선비 흉노의 후손 – 고(구)려를 형제국 이라 부른다고 함  Japan – Many Baek-Je people escaped to Japan – Japan was renamed to Ni-Hon (日本) from Wa (倭) at AD 668 – Published Japanese history books • Kojiki (古事記, 고사기), AD 712 • Nihon Shoki (日本書紀, 일본서기), AD 720 Jongwook Woo CSULA
  57. 57. HiPIC The result of the World War (Cont’d) Korea and China became very close  Shilla changed name of cities, people to chinese words – Korean has used most Chinese words in Korean grammars since then  Shilla changed traditional clothes to Chinese style – Nihon Shoki • Complaint about Shilla embassy’s clothes  Studied Chinese culture and histories for civil exam – Started loosing Korea’s identity  When Manchuria had a strong kingdom, it started attacking Korea before invading China – Cathay Yo Dynasty attacked Koryo – Mongol wanted to have marriage alliance with Koryo when attacking southern Song China – Jusen Qing Dynasty attacked Chosun before Ming China Jongwook Woo CSULA
  58. 58. HiPIC Wall Painting of Koguryo Tombs Heavy Cavarlies, Samsil Tomb Jongwook Woo CSULA
  59. 59. HiPIC Wall Painting of Koguryo TombsSpike shoes for Heavy CavarliesCavarly; Hard to see now Jongwook Woo CSULA
  60. 60. HiPIC Wall Painting of Koguryo Tombs Gilt Bronze Spike Shoes of 5C BaikJe Kingdom from Bong-Dok-Li, Go-Chang-Goon, Cholla-Book-Do, Korea Jongwook Woo CSULA
  61. 61. HiPIC Armored Warrior Figure of Koguryo, Seoul, Korea Jongwook Woo CSULA
  62. 62. HiPIC Close relationship with Japan Brother kingdom of Japan Wa kingdom (倭國) Before Baek-Je became the brother kingdom of Wa Japan Many cultural relationship –Turtleship (Myo-Ken Festival 妙見宮大祭 ) • Master Myo-Ken arrived at Yasuhiro (八代 ), Kyu-Shu from Korea or China on turtle (ship?) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  63. 63. HiPIC Navigated east coast of China and Kyushu of Japan Jongwook Woo CSULA
  64. 64. HiPIC Navigated east coast of China and Kyushu of Japan Baekje enboy in Yang China, 6C Jongwook Woo CSULA
  65. 65. HiPIC Golden plate found at Buso castle (부소산성), Buyo (충남부여) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  66. 66. HiPIC Golden Crown found at King Moo-Ryong’s tomb (무령왕릉), 6C Jongwook Woo CSULA
  67. 67. HiPIC Golden Bronze Crown, Na-Joo, Shichon-Ri Jongwook Woo CSULA
  68. 68. HiPIC Golden Bronze Crown, Andong Tomb, Po- Doo-Myon, Ko-Hung-Goon, ChonNam Jongwook Woo CSULA
  69. 69. HiPIC Golden Bronze Crown, Ip-Jom-Ri, Ik-San Jongwook Woo CSULA
  70. 70. HiPIC Life style in Baek-Je Jongwook Woo CSULA
  71. 71. HiPIC Life style in Baek-Je Jongwook Woo CSULA
  72. 72. HiPIC Bronze Mirrors found at King Moo-Ryong’s tomb (무령왕릉), 6C How to use them? Jongwook Woo CSULA
  73. 73. HiPIC Stones-piled Pyramid style Tomb, Sok-Chon Dong, Seoul, 1 – 5C Jongwook Woo CSULA
  74. 74. HiPIC Golden Earings, Sok-Chon Dong, Seoul, 1 – 5C Jongwook Woo CSULA
  75. 75. HiPIC Brick Wall, King Mooryong Tomb, Woongjin, 6C Jongwook Woo CSULA
  76. 76. HiPIC Bricks, King Mooryong Tomb, Woongjin, 6C Jongwook Woo CSULA
  77. 77. HiPIC Brick (Is this the origin of Tae-Guk in Korean flag?), King Mooryong Tomb, Woongjin, 6C Jongwook Woo CSULA
  78. 78. HiPIC Brick (Phoenix), King Mooryong Tomb, Woongjin, 6C Jongwook Woo CSULA
  79. 79. HiPIC Flat Iron, King Mooryong Tomb, Woongjin, 6C Jongwook Woo CSULA
  80. 80. HiPIC Swords and the detail of the grip Jongwook Woo CSULA
  81. 81. HiPIC Incense Burner, Sabi, 7C Jongwook Woo CSULA
  82. 82. HiPIC Incense Burner, Sabi, 7C When found, someone buried in hurry to avoid its destruction during the last war Jongwook Woo CSULA
  83. 83. HiPIC How close Baek-Je and Wa Japan Golden Bronze Maitreyas, Wooden Maitreya, Ho-Ryu Temple 미륵보살반가사유상, 6C, 7C (廣隆寺), Japan, wood from Korea Jongwook Woo CSULA
  84. 84. HiPIC Baek-Je Tomb, Ko-Hung, ChonNam Jongwook Woo CSULA
  85. 85. HiPIC Japan Soldiers (~ 8C Nara era) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  86. 86. HiPIC Baek-Je (kudara, kun-nara 큰나라), Osaka, Japan Jongwook Woo CSULA
  87. 87. HiPIC Shirine King Bek-Je, Hirakata, Osaka, Japan Jongwook Woo CSULA
  88. 88. HiPIC Baek-Je Temple, Hirakata, Nara, Japan Jongwook Woo CSULA
  89. 89. HiPIC Baek-Je Kwan-Um, Ho-Ryu Temple (法隆寺), Nara, Japan 7C Jongwook Woo CSULA
  90. 90. HiPIC Earthenware, Gold Kaya Jongwook Woo CSULA
  91. 91. HiPIC Earthenwares, Big Kaya Jongwook Woo CSULA
  92. 92. HiPIC Earthenwares (From Kaya?), Japan Jongwook Woo CSULA
  93. 93. HiPIC Armors, Ok-Jon Tomb and restored sword Jongwook Woo CSULA
  94. 94. HiPIC Armors, Gold Kaya, 4C Dae-Sung-Dong (대성동) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  95. 95. HiPIC Warrior, Kaya, before 5C, Kim-Hae Museum Gold Kaya Jongwook Woo CSULA
  96. 96. HiPIC Armors, Kaya Before 5C and After 5C Jongwook Woo CSULA
  97. 97. HiPIC Warrior, Kaya, after 5C, War Museum, Yongsan, Seoul Jongwook Woo CSULA
  98. 98. HiPIC Warrior, Kaya, after 5C, War Museum, Yongsan, Seoul Jongwook Woo CSULA
  99. 99. HiPIC Warrior, Kaya, after 5C Dae-Sung-Dong (대성동) Jongwook Woo CSULA
  100. 100. HiPIC Horse armors found, Kaya Wall Painting, Go- Goo-Ryo Jongwook Woo CSULA
  101. 101. 한국사에서의 흉노 Shil-La, 신라(新羅)HiPIC  Kim (Altai, Gold) originated from The Hun (Xiungno)  Kim Al-Chi from a golden box at Chicken woods (계림) – Al: egg – Chiken: bird, heaven  Moon-Moo King’s Stone says – Kim is from Kim, Il-Je, Xiungno’s princess  Another stone of Ms Kim from Shilla at Dang China – Has the same content  Symbols of Shil-La (57 BC – 935 AD )  Respect Horse, Egg, Heaven, Gold, flat or cone head, Rhyton (Drinking Horn), Bronze Pot  Golden crowns: 60% – 6 out of 10 golden crowns in the world are found at Shilla area Jongwook Woo CSULA
  102. 102. Meaning of the Crown (금관의 비밀, 김병모, 한양대)HiPIC Bird (Wings) Leaves Antler Sacred Tree fruits Jongwook Woo CSULA
  103. 103. HiPIC Rhytons, Koo-Ho-Dong #5 tomb, Dong- Hae Jongwook Woo CSULA
  104. 104. HiPIC Flat- and Cone Head Forming, History Special, KBS Jongwook Woo CSULA
  105. 105. HiPIC Kaya 가야(加倻) (AD 42 - 562)  Kim (Altai, Gold) probably from The Hun (Xiungno)  Confederacy – 6 clans • Kim Soo-Ro (김수로) – Boys became kings of each clan, incubated from 6 eggs descended from the heaven Boys became kings of each clan, incubated from 6 eggs descended from the heaven  Probably the same origin as Kim in Silla – Symbols • Gold, Egg, Heaven, Iron  Called Gara (가라; 加羅)  Iron Kingdom  Close to Baek-Je and Wa Japan  Attack Shilla with the allies  Attacked by Koguryo 5C  Merged to Shilla 6C – Did major role to destroy Baek-Je and Koguryo and unite Korea Jongwook Woo CSULA
  106. 106. HiPIC Rhyta, relationship with Shil-La and Xiungno Jongwook Woo CSULA
  107. 107. HiPIC Bronze Pot, relationship with Xiungno Kaya’s Bronze Pot Shil-La’s cavarlies with Bronze Pots Bronze Pots of Shil-La and Sophia, Bulgaria Jongwook Woo CSULA
  108. 108. HiPIC Flat Head Forming, relationship with Xiungno Jongwook Woo CSULA
  109. 109. HiPIC Jongwook Woo CSULA

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