Gojong of Goryeo
The twenty-third ruler of Goryeo in present-day Korea from 1213–1259.- Gojong of Goryeo
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A series of campaigns were conducted between 1231 and 1270 by the Mongol Empire against the Goryeo dynasty of Korea.
Gojong of Goryeo (reigned 1213–1259) was the 23rd king of the Goryeo dynasty of Korea.
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.
The largest contiguous land empire in history.
Gojong, the king of Goryeo, surrendered but later revolted and massacred Mongol darughachis (overseers); he then moved his imperial court from Gaeseong to Ganghwa Island.
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.
Then, Choe found the pliable King Gojong instead.
South Korean historical television series.
Oh Hyun-chul as King Gojong (Crown Prince Wang Cheol), 23rd monarch
2012 South Korean television series starring Kim Joo-hyuk as the real-life historical figure Kim Jun who was written about in the Goryeosa.
During the Mongol invasions of Korea, Kim Jun rises in the ranks to become the top military official, and eventually rules the Goryeo empire for 60 years in place of its king.
One of the nine provinces of South Korea.
During the reign of Gojong of Goryeo, Tamna was renamed "Jeju", which means "province across the sea".
The fourth khagan-emperor of the Mongol Empire, ruling from 1 July 1251, to 11 August 1259.
He also demanded that King Gojong submit before him in person and to move his headquarters from Ganghwa Island to the mainland of Korea.
Güyük (or Kuyuk; Гүюг хаан, güyüg qaγan; ) (c.
After the king Gojong of Goryeo refused to move his capital from Ganghwa Island to Songdo, Amuqan's force pillaged the Korean Peninsula until 1250.
List of all the kisaeng working in a particular district.
They first appear in historical records in the reign of King Gojong in the 13th century.