Soseono

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Soseono (召西奴, 67 – 6 BCE) was the wife of Jumong, remembered as the queen consort of Goguryeo.wikipedia
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She was a key figure in the founding of both Goguryeo and Baekje.
Baekje was founded by Onjo, the third son of Goguryeo's founder Jumong and So Seo-no, at Wiryeseong (present-day southern Seoul).

Goguryeo

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She was a key figure in the founding of both Goguryeo and Baekje. Soseono (召西奴, 67 – 6 BCE) was the wife of Jumong, remembered as the queen consort of Goguryeo.
Jumong eventually made it to Jolbon, where he married Soseono, daughter of its ruler.

Biryu

She was the mother of Biryu and Onjo of Baekje.
Biryu was the second son of Jumong and So Seo-no, and older brother of Onjo, the traditionally recognized founder of Baekje (18 BCE–660 CE), which was one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea.

Dongmyeong of Goguryeo

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Soseono (召西奴, 67 – 6 BCE) was the wife of Jumong, remembered as the queen consort of Goguryeo.
Soseono, who was a Jolbon chief's daughter, became his second wife and gave birth to his son, who eventually established the kingdom of Baekje as Onjo of Baekje.

Wutae

Her first husband was Wutae.
Wutae married So Seo-no, the daughter of the Jolbon chieftain, Yeon Ta-bal .

Onjo of Baekje

OnjoKing OnjoGoguryeo prince
She was the mother of Biryu and Onjo of Baekje.

Jumong (TV series)

Jumong
At the same time, Jumong forms a close relationship with Lady Soseono of the Gyeru trading clan of Jolbon.

Jolbon

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A traditional account from the Annals of Baekje section in the Samguk Sagi, states that Soseono was the daughter of Yeon Ta-bal, a wealthy influential figure in Jolbon and married to Jumong.
In Jolbon, he married Soseono (or So Seo-no), who was the daughter of a local tribal leader.

Queen consort

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Soseono (召西奴, 67 – 6 BCE) was the wife of Jumong, remembered as the queen consort of Goguryeo.

Samguk sagi

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A traditional account from the Annals of Baekje section in the Samguk Sagi, states that Soseono was the daughter of Yeon Ta-bal, a wealthy influential figure in Jolbon and married to Jumong. *Kim Bu-sik: Samguk Sagi, volume 23, "Annals of Baekje," chapter 1; King Onjo.

Habaek

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However, the same source officially states that the chief of Habaek tribe gave his daughter to Jumong, who had fled Eastern Buyeo with his followers, in marriage.

Eastern Buyeo

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However, the same source officially states that the chief of Habaek tribe gave his daughter to Jumong, who had fled Eastern Buyeo with his followers, in marriage.

Yuri of Goguryeo

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After Jumong's son, Yuri of Goguryeo, and Yuri's mother, Ye Soya, who were both presumed to have died, returned to Goguryeo, Yuri became the crown prince of Goguryeo.

Korean Broadcasting System

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Gim Busik

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*Kim Bu-sik: Samguk Sagi, volume 23, "Annals of Baekje," chapter 1; King Onjo.

Han Hye-jin (actress)

Han Hye-jin
Among her notable leading roles include Soseono in historical epic Jumong, Korea's first female doctor of Western medicine in Jejungwon, and a sharpshooter in the manhwa film adaptation 26 Years.

Maaya Sakamoto

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