Prepared by:
Mera Catayas
KOREA
• One of the ancient Three Kingdoms of Korea,
located in present-day northern and central
parts of the Korean Peninsula,
s...
MAJOR
RULERS
King Dongmyeong of Goguryeo
(37 BC – 19 BC)
 Holy King of the East,
also known by his birth
name Jumong.
 He is the
foun...
King Daemusin of Goguryeo
(18-44)
 3rd ruler
 Great Holy Warrior King
 Led early Goguryeo
through a period of
massive t...
King Mobon of
Goguryeo (48-53)
 5th king
 Mobon was a great king
who thought for his
people initially, but
turned into a...
King Chadae of Goguryeo
(146–165)
 7th ruler
 He was said to be
brave but cruel.
 He was killed by his
minister Myeongn...
King Gogukcheon of Goguryeo
(179–197)
 the 9th ruler
 Gogukcheon was the
second son of
Goguryeo's eighth
king, Sindae.
K...
King Dongcheon of Goguryeo
(227–248)
 11th ruler
 He was made crown
prince in 213, and rose
to the throne upon
Sansang's...
King Seocheon of Goguryeo
(270–292)
 13th ruler
 the second son of King
Jungcheon, and was
confirmed as Crown
Prince in ...
King Micheon of Goguryeo
(300–331)
 15th ruler
 Micheon lived as a
servant and a salt
merchant, but was made
king after ...
King Sosurim of
Goguryeo (371–384)
 17th ruler
 Son of King Gogugwon
 He is considered to
have strengthened the
central...
a kingdom located in southwest Korea.
It was one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea,
together with Goguryeo and Silla.
BAEKJ...
Onjo (18 BC–AD 28)
 the founding monarch
of Baekje
 He was the ancestor of
all Baekje kings.
Daru of Baekje
(28–77)
 2n...
Gaeru of Baekje
(128–166)
 4th king
 In 132, he
founded Bukhan
Mountain Fortress.
Giru of Baekje (77–128)
 3rd king
 H...
Chogo of Baekje
(166–214)
 5th king
 He was the son of King
Gaeru
Gusu of Baekje
(214–234)
 6th king
 He was descended...
Saban of Baekje (234)
 7th king
 He was the eldest son
of the 6th king Gusu.
 Nothing is known of the
birth, later life...
Chaekgye of Baekje
(286–298)
 9th king
 He was the eldest son
of King Goi
 Baekje was invaded by
Maek-in and the Lelang...
Biryu of Baekje
(304–344)
 11th king
 Japanese historians
suspect Biryu, like
Saban, as the
progenitor of certain
aristo...
Geunchogo of Baekje
(346-375)
 13th king
 He reigned over the
apex of Baekje's
powers.
 Under Geunchogo, the
kingdom re...
Chimnyu of Baekje
(384–385)
 15th king
 He was the first Baekje
king to officially
recognize Buddhism
Jinsa of Baekje
(3...
Asin of Baekje
(392–405)
 the 17th king
of Baekje, one of
the Three Kingdoms of
Korea.
 Buyeo Abang was the
eldest son o...
Guisin of Baekje
(420–427)
 19th king
 He was the eldest son
of King Jeonji and Lady
Palsu.
Biyu of Baekje (427-455)
 2...
Gaero of Baekje
( 455-475)
 21st king
 He attempted to
strengthen royal control
of the aristocracy.
 He died in a battl...
Samgeun of Baekje
(477-479)
 23rd king
 Samgeun was only
thirteen years old when
he took power after his
father’s death....
Muryeong of Baekje
(501–23)
 25th king
 During his reign, Baekje
remained allied
with Silla against
Goguryeo, and
expand...
Wideok of Baekje
(554–598)
 27th king
 He was the eldest son
of King Seong, and rose
to the throne upon his
father's dea...
Beop of Baekje
(599–600)
 29th king
 He reigned as Baekje
power declined, having
lost the Seoul region to
the rival Sill...
Uija of Baekje
(641- 660)
 31st and final ruler
of Baekje
 His reign ended
when Baekje was
conquered by the
alliance of ...
3
FEATURES
 A gilt-bronze statue of what is
believed to be the Maitreya, the
future Buddha, in a semi-seated
contemplative pose.
GIL...
 The Seven-Pronged
Spear is a 74.9 cm
long iron sword with
six branch-like
protrusions along the
central blade.
SEVEN-BRA...
 The 287th National Treasure of Korea and was designated
on May 30, 1996.
GILT-BRONZE INCENSE BURNER
OF BAEKJE
 Korea is the most accessible location, a theory publicized
in early Meiji period in Japan argued that these immigrants
w...
Was one of the Three Kingdoms of
Korea, and one of the world's longest
sustained dynasties
It is often referred to, occu...
MAJOR
RULERS
 Hyeokgeose 57 BCE – 4 CE
 Namhae 4–24
 Yuri 24–57
 Talhae 57–80
 Pasa 80–112
 Jima 112–134
 Ilseong 134–154
 Adal...
Hyeokgeose of Silla
(57 BC–4 AD)
 commonly called Bak
(Park, Pak) Hyeokgeose
 commonly called Bak
(Park, Pak) Hyeokgeose...
Yuri of Silla (24-57)
 He is commonly
called Yuri Isageum.
 Yuri Isageum died in 57
AD after 34 years of
reign.
Talhae o...
 Gold, the raw material,
initially was imported
but eventually must
have been produced
within the Silla
territories to sa...
 The Bronze Bell of King Seongdeok the Great attracts a large
number of tourists. The bell produces a distinctive sound, ...
Buddhism was
formally adopted
by Silla in 527
under King
Beopheung.
BUDDHISM
This standing statue of the
Bhaisajyaguru Bu...
Gyeongju, the capital of the kingdoms of Old
Silla (57 B.C.–676 A.D.) and Unified Silla
(676–935), is dotted with impress...
It was a mixed ethnic Korean
and Mohe kingdom established in
northern Korea and Manchuria after
the fall of Goguryeo.
It...
MAJOR
RULERS
 Go 698-719
 Mu 719–737
 Mun 737–793
 Dae Won-ui 793
 Seong 793-794
 Gang 794–809
 Jeong 809-812
 Hui 812–817
 Ga...
Dae Jo-yeong
(699 to 719)
 also known in Korea
as King Go
 established the state
of Balhae
 His origin is heavily
dispu...
3
FEATURES
A dragon head
artifact from
Balhae at the
National
Museum of
Korea.
NATIONAL MUSEUM
This is the
Stele from
Balhae
National
Musuem.
Mireuksa was the largest Buddhist temple in the
ancient Korean kingdom of Baekje.
TEMPLE
TRIVIA
Buddhism was first introduced into Korea from
China in the late 4th century.
To confront the military pressure of Gogury...
 Also known as Koryŏ
A Korean dynasty established in 918
by King Taejo
 This kingdom later gave name to the
modern stat...
MAJOR
RULERS
 Taejo 918–943
 Hyejong 943–945
 Jeongjong 945–949
 Gwangjong 949–975
 Gyeongjong 975–981
 Seongjong 981–997
 Mokjo...
Taejo of Goryeo
(January 31, 877 – July 4, 943)
 was the founder of
the Goryeo Dynasty,
which ruled Korea from
the 10th t...
3
FEATURES
 It was built in the
11th Century, during
the Goryeo period.
 It is Korean National
Treasure Number
100.
SEVEN-STORY PAG...
 Here are some of the things that are imported during the
Song dynasty.
TRADING COUNTRY
This is Yi Je-
hyun (1287–
1367), an
early Korean
Neo-
Confucianism
scholar.
RELIGION
TRIVIA
In 1170, a group of army officers led by Jeong
Jung-bu, Yi Ui-bang and Yi Go launched a coup
d'état and succeeded.
In 12...
was a Korean state founded by Taejo
Yi Seong-gye that lasted for
approximately five centuries, from
July 1392 to October ...
MAJOR
RULERS
 Taejo 1392–1398
 Jeongjong 1398–1400
 Taejong 1400–1418
 Sejong the Great 1418–1450
 Munjong 1450–1452
 Danjong 145...
Taejo of Joseon
(1392–1398)
 Born Yi Seong-gye,
whose changed name
is Yi Dan
 was the founder and
the first king of the
...
3
FEATURES
the late 14th
century, the
nearly 500 year-
old Gorye
Dynasty establis
hed by Wang
Geon in 918 was
tottering.
KING TAEJO'...
 In August 1418, following Taejong's abdication two
months earlier, Sejong ascended the throne.
KING SEJONG THE GREAT
The Turtle ship is
known to have
been made of
iron, the historical
existence of the
ironclad roof is
disputed.
EARLY JAPA...
TRIVIA
After invasions from Japan and Manchuria,
Joseon experienced a nearly 200-year period of
peace.
In 1873, King Gojong ann...
http://global.britannica.com/EBchecked
/topic/653164/Choson-dynasty
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mo
narchs_of_Ko...
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  1. 1. Prepared by: Mera Catayas KOREA
  2. 2. • One of the ancient Three Kingdoms of Korea, located in present-day northern and central parts of the Korean Peninsula, southern Manchuria, and southern reaches of Russia's Primorsky Krai. GOGURYEO (KOGURYŎ) DYNASTY, 37 BCE–668 CE
  3. 3. MAJOR RULERS
  4. 4. King Dongmyeong of Goguryeo (37 BC – 19 BC)  Holy King of the East, also known by his birth name Jumong.  He is the founding monarch of Goguryeo King Yuri ( 19 BCE - 18 CE)  2nd ruler  Yuri is described as a powerful and militarily successful king.  King Yuri died in 18 CE, after ruling for 37 years. GOGURYEO (KOGURYŎ) DYNASTY
  5. 5. King Daemusin of Goguryeo (18-44)  3rd ruler  Great Holy Warrior King  Led early Goguryeo through a period of massive territorial expansion. King Minjung of Goguryeo (44-48)  4th ruler  Minjung did not reign for long, he was able to avoid military conflicts and kept peace through most of the kingdom.  In 48, after 5 years of reign, Minjung fell ill and died. GOGURYEO (KOGURYŎ) DYNASTY
  6. 6. King Mobon of Goguryeo (48-53)  5th king  Mobon was a great king who thought for his people initially, but turned into a ruthless tyrant in the later part of his reign.  He was killed by a court official named Duro. King Taejo of Goguryeo (53–146)  6th ruler (Sometimes called Taejo the Great)  Under his reign, the young state expanded its territory and developed into a centrally ruled kingdom. GOGURYEO (KOGURYŎ) DYNASTY
  7. 7. King Chadae of Goguryeo (146–165)  7th ruler  He was said to be brave but cruel.  He was killed by his minister Myeongnim Dap-bu. King Sindae of Goguryeo (165–179)  8th ruler  Sindae died in the twelfth lunar month of 179, at the age of 91. GOGURYEO (KOGURYŎ) DYNASTY
  8. 8. King Gogukcheon of Goguryeo (179–197)  the 9th ruler  Gogukcheon was the second son of Goguryeo's eighth king, Sindae. King Sansang of Gogurye (197–227)  10th ruler  He was the third son of the eighth king Sindae  Sansang died during 227, the 31st year of his reign, and was buried in Sansang- neung. GOGURYEO (KOGURYŎ) DYNASTY
  9. 9. King Dongcheon of Goguryeo (227–248)  11th ruler  He was made crown prince in 213, and rose to the throne upon Sansang's death  Dongcheon fell ill and died during the fall of 248 after 22 years of rule. King Jungcheon of Goguryeo (248–270)  12th ruler  Son of King Dongcheon  Upon his father's death in 248, Jungcheon followed him to the throne.  In 270, the king died at the age of 46, and was buried in Jungcheonji- won. GOGURYEO (KOGURYŎ) DYNASTY
  10. 10. King Seocheon of Goguryeo (270–292)  13th ruler  the second son of King Jungcheon, and was confirmed as Crown Prince in 255.  King Seocheon died in 292, after 23 years on the throne. King Bongsang of Goguryeo (292–300)  14th ruler  His violence upset the people.  Bongsang and his two sons committed suicide. He was buried in Bongsan-won. GOGURYEO (KOGURYŎ) DYNASTY
  11. 11. King Micheon of Goguryeo (300–331)  15th ruler  Micheon lived as a servant and a salt merchant, but was made king after Bongsang was overthrown by court officials.  Micheon died and was buried in 331 at Micheon- won. King Gogugwon of Goguryeo (331-371)  16th king  He was made crown prince in 314 and became king upon his father's death.  He was killed in a battle at Pyongyang Castleand was buried at Gogugwon. GOGURYEO (KOGURYŎ) DYNASTY
  12. 12. King Sosurim of Goguryeo (371–384)  17th ruler  Son of King Gogugwon  He is considered to have strengthened the centralization of authority in Goguryeo. GOGURYEO (KOGURYŎ) DYNASTY
  13. 13. a kingdom located in southwest Korea. It was one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, together with Goguryeo and Silla. BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  14. 14. Onjo (18 BC–AD 28)  the founding monarch of Baekje  He was the ancestor of all Baekje kings. Daru of Baekje (28–77)  2nd king  He was the eldest son of the founding monarch Onjo and became the heir of throne in the year 10. BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  15. 15. Gaeru of Baekje (128–166)  4th king  In 132, he founded Bukhan Mountain Fortress. Giru of Baekje (77–128)  3rd king  He was the eldest son of King Daru and became the heir to the throne in the year 33. BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  16. 16. Chogo of Baekje (166–214)  5th king  He was the son of King Gaeru Gusu of Baekje (214–234)  6th king  He was descended from the founding king Onjo and the eldest son of the 5th king Chogo BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  17. 17. Saban of Baekje (234)  7th king  He was the eldest son of the 6th king Gusu.  Nothing is known of the birth, later life, or death of Saban. Goi of Baekje (234–286)  8th king  He was the second son of the 4th king Gaeru and younger brother of the 5th king Chogo. BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  18. 18. Chaekgye of Baekje (286–298)  9th king  He was the eldest son of King Goi  Baekje was invaded by Maek-in and the Lelang commandery, and Chaekgye was killed. Bunseo of Baekje (298–304)  10th king  He continued to wage war against the Chinese Lelang commandery.  The governor of the commandery there upon sent an assassin who poisoned him. BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  19. 19. Biryu of Baekje (304–344)  11th king  Japanese historians suspect Biryu, like Saban, as the progenitor of certain aristocratic clans ofYamato period Japan. Gye of Baekje (344–346)  12th king  He was the eldest son of the 10th king Bunseo, who was assassinated.  His rule indicated the continued the rivalry between two royal lines. BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  20. 20. Geunchogo of Baekje (346-375)  13th king  He reigned over the apex of Baekje's powers.  Under Geunchogo, the kingdom reached its greatest geographic extent and political power. Geungusu of Baekje (375– 384)  14th king  During Geungusu's reign, Baekje was in hostile relations with its northern neighbor, Goguryeo.  Geungusu died in 384, after 10 years of reign. BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  21. 21. Chimnyu of Baekje (384–385)  15th king  He was the first Baekje king to officially recognize Buddhism Jinsa of Baekje (385-392)  16th king  He ordered numerous attacks against Goguryeo, which was expanding into Baekje territory from the north. BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  22. 22. Asin of Baekje (392–405)  the 17th king of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea.  Buyeo Abang was the eldest son of Baekje's 15th ruler Chimnyu. Jeonji of Baekje (405–420)  18th king  Jeonji spent much of his youth in the Wa kingdom of Yamato Japan as. hostage BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  23. 23. Guisin of Baekje (420–427)  19th king  He was the eldest son of King Jeonji and Lady Palsu. Biyu of Baekje (427-455)  20th king  Biyu sought to strengthen Baekje’s relationship with Silla, exchanging ambassadors in 433 and 434. BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  24. 24. Gaero of Baekje ( 455-475)  21st king  He attempted to strengthen royal control of the aristocracy.  He died in a battle. Munju of Baekje (475-477)  22nd king  His reign saw considerable disunity within Baekje.  Munju was murdered by an agent of Hae Gu. BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  25. 25. Samgeun of Baekje (477-479)  23rd king  Samgeun was only thirteen years old when he took power after his father’s death. Dongseong of Baekje (479-501)  24th king  He built several fortresses and castles to build out the new capital BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  26. 26. Muryeong of Baekje (501–23)  25th king  During his reign, Baekje remained allied with Silla against Goguryeo, and expanded its relationships with China and Japan. Seong of Baekje (523– 554)  26th king  Also known as Holy King  Seong was known as a great patron of Buddhism in Korea. BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  27. 27. Wideok of Baekje (554–598)  27th king  He was the eldest son of King Seong, and rose to the throne upon his father's death. King Hye of Baekje (598–599)  28th king  His reign saw major inroads from the neighbouring Silla and Goguryeo kingdoms. BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  28. 28. Beop of Baekje (599–600)  29th king  He reigned as Baekje power declined, having lost the Seoul region to the rival Silla kingdom. King Mu of Baekje (600 - 641)  30th king  Mu attacked Silla several times.  Mu retained close ties with Tang China. BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  29. 29. Uija of Baekje (641- 660)  31st and final ruler of Baekje  His reign ended when Baekje was conquered by the alliance of the rival Korean kingdom Silla and Chin a's Tang Dynasty. BAEKJE OR PAEKCHE DYNASTY (18 BCE – 660 CE)
  30. 30. 3 FEATURES
  31. 31.  A gilt-bronze statue of what is believed to be the Maitreya, the future Buddha, in a semi-seated contemplative pose. GILT-BRONZE MAITREYA IN MEDITATION (NATIONAL TREASURE NO. 83)
  32. 32.  The Seven-Pronged Spear is a 74.9 cm long iron sword with six branch-like protrusions along the central blade. SEVEN-BRANCHED SWORD
  33. 33.  The 287th National Treasure of Korea and was designated on May 30, 1996. GILT-BRONZE INCENSE BURNER OF BAEKJE
  34. 34.  Korea is the most accessible location, a theory publicized in early Meiji period in Japan argued that these immigrants were Korean most likely of the Goguryeo or the Baekje.  The Namhangang (Namhan meaning 'South Han' and gang meaning 'river') is sometimes, but not always, referred to as the "Han" in South Korea. The term "South Han" is understood irrespective of which side of the border one stands. The state of Goguryeo called it the Arisu AND Baekje called it the Ungniha  Gongju is the former capital of the Baekje Kingdom during Korea's Three Kingdoms period. TRIVIA
  35. 35. Was one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, and one of the world's longest sustained dynasties It is often referred to, occupied most of the Korean Peninsula SILLA DYNASTY ( 57 BCE–935)
  36. 36. MAJOR RULERS
  37. 37.  Hyeokgeose 57 BCE – 4 CE  Namhae 4–24  Yuri 24–57  Talhae 57–80  Pasa 80–112  Jima 112–134  Ilseong 134–154  Adalla 154–184  Beolhyu 184–196  Naehae 196–230  Jobun 230–247  Cheomhae 247–261  Michu 262–284  Yurye 284–298  Girim 298–310  Heulhae 310–356  Naemul 356–402  Silseong 402–417  Nulji 417–458  Jabi 458–479  Soji 479–500  Jijeung 500–514  Beopheung 514–540  Jinheung 540–576  Jinji 576–579  Jinpyeong 579–632  Seondeok 632–647  Jindeok 647–654  Muyeol 654–661 SILLA DYNASTY ( 57 BCE–935)
  38. 38. Hyeokgeose of Silla (57 BC–4 AD)  commonly called Bak (Park, Pak) Hyeokgeose  commonly called Bak (Park, Pak) Hyeokgeose  He wasthe progenitor of all Bak (Park) clans in Korea. Namhae of Silla (4–24 CE)  2nd King  He is commonly called Namhae Chachaung, chachaung being an early Silla title. SILLA DYNASTY ( 57 BCE–935)
  39. 39. Yuri of Silla (24-57)  He is commonly called Yuri Isageum.  Yuri Isageum died in 57 AD after 34 years of reign. Talhae of Silla (57-80)  He is commonly called Talhae Isageum or Seok Talhae, isageum being the royal title in early Silla. SILLA DYNASTY ( 57 BCE–935)
  40. 40.  Gold, the raw material, initially was imported but eventually must have been produced within the Silla territories to satisfy the huge demand GOLDEN TREASURES: THE ROYAL TOMBS OF SILLA
  41. 41.  The Bronze Bell of King Seongdeok the Great attracts a large number of tourists. The bell produces a distinctive sound, about which there is a legend. BRONZE BELL OF KING SEONGDEOK THE GREAT
  42. 42. Buddhism was formally adopted by Silla in 527 under King Beopheung. BUDDHISM This standing statue of the Bhaisajyaguru Buddha is made of gilt bronze, made in the Silla period.
  43. 43. Gyeongju, the capital of the kingdoms of Old Silla (57 B.C.–676 A.D.) and Unified Silla (676–935), is dotted with impressive mounds of royal tombs. It was during the Unified Silla period that trade relations with Japan flourished.  Unified Silla or Later Silla, as it is often referred to, occupied most of the Korean Peninsula, while the northern part re-emerged as Balhae, a successor-state of Goguryeo ore than ever before. TRIVIA
  44. 44. It was a mixed ethnic Korean and Mohe kingdom established in northern Korea and Manchuria after the fall of Goguryeo. It existed during the North South States Period of Korea along with Unified Silla BALHAE DYNASTY, 698–926
  45. 45. MAJOR RULERS
  46. 46.  Go 698-719  Mu 719–737  Mun 737–793  Dae Won-ui 793  Seong 793-794  Gang 794–809  Jeong 809-812  Hui 812–817  Gan 817–818  Seon 818–830  Dae Ijin 831–857  Dae Geonhwang 857–871  Dae Hyeonseok 871–894  Dae Wihae 894–906  Dae Inseon 906–926
  47. 47. Dae Jo-yeong (699 to 719)  also known in Korea as King Go  established the state of Balhae  His origin is heavily disputed most Korean scholars believed that he was of Goguryeo heredity. Dae Mu-ye  2nd King  also known as King Mu  He is noted for the military expansion of his domain. BALHAE DYNASTY, 698–926
  48. 48. 3 FEATURES
  49. 49. A dragon head artifact from Balhae at the National Museum of Korea. NATIONAL MUSEUM
  50. 50. This is the Stele from Balhae National Musuem.
  51. 51. Mireuksa was the largest Buddhist temple in the ancient Korean kingdom of Baekje. TEMPLE
  52. 52. TRIVIA
  53. 53. Buddhism was first introduced into Korea from China in the late 4th century. To confront the military pressure of Goguryo to its north and Silla to its east, Baekje (Kudara in Japanese) established close relations with Japan. The Japanese army retreated to Japan with many Baekje refugees
  54. 54.  Also known as Koryŏ A Korean dynasty established in 918 by King Taejo  This kingdom later gave name to the modern state of Korea GORYEO (KORYŎ) PERIOD, 918–1392
  55. 55. MAJOR RULERS
  56. 56.  Taejo 918–943  Hyejong 943–945  Jeongjong 945–949  Gwangjong 949–975  Gyeongjong 975–981  Seongjong 981–997  Mokjong 997–1009  Hyeonjong 1009–1031  Deokjong 1031–1034  Jeongjong II 1034–1046  Munjong 1046–1083  Sunjong 1083  Seonjong 1083–1094  Heonjong 1094–1095  Sukjong 1095–1105  Yejong 1105–1122  Injong 1122–1146  Uijong 1146–1170  Myeongjong 1170–1197  Sinjong 1197–1204  Huijong 1204–1211  Gangjong 1211–1213  Gojong 1213–1259  Wonjong 1259–1274  Chungnyeol 1274–1308  Chungseon 1308–1313  Chungsuk 1313–1330 Chunghye 1330–1332 Chungmok 1344–1348  Chungjeong 1348–1351  Gongmin 1351–1374  U 1374–1388  Chang 1388–1389  Gongyang 1389–1392 GORYEO (KORYŎ) PERIOD, 918–1392
  57. 57. Taejo of Goryeo (January 31, 877 – July 4, 943)  was the founder of the Goryeo Dynasty, which ruled Korea from the 10th to the 14th century.  Taejo ruled from 918 to 943. Hyejong of Goryeo (943–945)  2nd monarch  He was preceded by King Taejo and succeeded by Jeongjong I of Goryeo GORYEO (KORYŎ) PERIOD, 918–1392
  58. 58. 3 FEATURES
  59. 59.  It was built in the 11th Century, during the Goryeo period.  It is Korean National Treasure Number 100. SEVEN-STORY PAGODA
  60. 60.  Here are some of the things that are imported during the Song dynasty. TRADING COUNTRY
  61. 61. This is Yi Je- hyun (1287– 1367), an early Korean Neo- Confucianism scholar. RELIGION
  62. 62. TRIVIA
  63. 63. In 1170, a group of army officers led by Jeong Jung-bu, Yi Ui-bang and Yi Go launched a coup d'état and succeeded. In 1231, Mongols under Ögedei Khan invaded Goryeo, following the aftermath of joint Goryeo-Mongol forces against the Khitans in 1219 In 993, the Khitan Liao Dynasty invaded Goryeo's northwest border with an estimated 60,000 troops.
  64. 64. was a Korean state founded by Taejo Yi Seong-gye that lasted for approximately five centuries, from July 1392 to October 1897. JOSEON (CHOSON OR YI) DYNASTY, 1392– 1910
  65. 65. MAJOR RULERS
  66. 66.  Taejo 1392–1398  Jeongjong 1398–1400  Taejong 1400–1418  Sejong the Great 1418–1450  Munjong 1450–1452  Danjong 1452–1455  Sejo 1455–1468  Yejong 1468–1469  Seongjong 1469–1494  Yeonsangun 1494–1506  Jungjong 1506–1544  Injong 1544–1545  Myeongjong 1545–1567  Seonjo 1567–1608  Gwanghaegun 1608–1623  Injo 1623–1649  Hyojong 1649–1659  Hyeonjong 1659–1674  Sukjong 1674–1720  Gyeongjong 1720–1724  Yeongjo 1724–1776  Jeongjo 1776–1800  Sunjo 1800–1834  Heonjong 1834–1849  Cheoljong 1849–1863  Gojong 1863–1907  Sunjong 1907–1910 JOSEON (CHOSON OR YI) DYNASTY, 1392–1910
  67. 67. Taejo of Joseon (1392–1398)  Born Yi Seong-gye, whose changed name is Yi Dan  was the founder and the first king of the Joseon Dynasty of Korea  the main figure in overthrowing the Goryeo Dynasty Jeongjong of Joseon (1357–1419)  Born Yi Bang-gwa, whose changed name is Yi Gyeong  2nd King  first king of the dynasty JOSEON (CHOSON OR YI) DYNASTY, 1392–1910
  68. 68. 3 FEATURES
  69. 69. the late 14th century, the nearly 500 year- old Gorye Dynasty establis hed by Wang Geon in 918 was tottering. KING TAEJO'S PORTRAIT
  70. 70.  In August 1418, following Taejong's abdication two months earlier, Sejong ascended the throne. KING SEJONG THE GREAT
  71. 71. The Turtle ship is known to have been made of iron, the historical existence of the ironclad roof is disputed. EARLY JAPANESE INVASIONS
  72. 72. TRIVIA
  73. 73. After invasions from Japan and Manchuria, Joseon experienced a nearly 200-year period of peace. In 1873, King Gojong announced his assumption of royal rule. The government officials were ranked in 18 levels, ranging from first senior rank down to ninth junior rank based on seniority and promotion, which was achieved through the royal decree based on examination or recommendation.
  74. 74. http://global.britannica.com/EBchecked /topic/653164/Choson-dynasty http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mo narchs_of_Korea http://sizes.com/time/CHRNKorea_dyn. htm REFERENCES

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