Choe Hang (military official)
The third dictator of the Choe Military regime, which dominated Goryeo for six decades before and during the Mongol invasions.- Choe Hang (military official)
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Korean kingdom founded in 918, during a time of national division called the Later Three Kingdoms period, that unified and ruled the Korean Peninsula until 1392.
For the next 61 years, the Choe house ruled as military dictators, maintaining the Kings as puppet monarchs; Choe Chung-heon was succeeded in turn by his son Choe U, his grandson Choe Hang and his great-grandson Choe Ui.
Military ruler of Korea during the Goryeo period.
After Choe U came his first son Choe Hang (최항), who forced the king to reject all offers of surrender that the Mongols offered.
The second Choe dictator of the Ubong Choe Military regime.
Choe U died suddenly of disease during the first Mongol invasion attempt of Goryeo, and he was succeeded by his son Choe Hang.
The fourth and last Choe dictator of the Ubong Choe Military regime.
Father: Choe Hang (1209 – 17 May 1257) (최항)
2012 South Korean television series starring Kim Joo-hyuk as the real-life historical figure Kim Jun who was written about in the Goryeosa.
Baek Do-bin as Choe Hang
Common year starting on Monday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.
May 17 – Choe Hang, Korean general and dictator (b. 1209)
The Tripiṭaka Koreana (lit.
To once again implore divine assistance with combating the Mongol threat, King Gojong thereafter ordered the revision and re-creation of the Tripiṭaka; the carving began in 1237 and was completed in 12 years, with support from Choe U and his son Choe Hang, and involving monks from both the Seon and Gyo schools.
[[Image:Distribution of South Korean family names.svg|thumb|right|54% of Korean people bear the family name Kim, Lee, Park, Choi, Jung, or variants thereof.
Ubong clan – Choe Hang
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Choe Hang, Korean general and dictator (d. 1257)