Goryeo

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Kinrick o Goryeo
고려국 (高麗國)
918–1392
Banner o Goryeo
Ryal banner
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Ryal seal
Goryeo in 1374
Goryeo in 1374
Status Independent kinrick
(918–1270, 1356–1392)
Vassal state o the Mongol Yuan dynasty
(1270–1356)
Caipital

Cheorwon
(918)
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Gaegyeong
(919–1232, 1270–1392)

Ganghwa
(1232–1270)
Common leids Middle Korean
Releegion Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Shamanism (Sindo)
Govrenment Monarchy
King  
• 918–943
Taejo (first)
• 949–975
Gwangjong
• 981–997
Seongjong
• 1046–1083
Munjong
• 1351–1374
Gongmin
• 1389–1392
Gongyang (last)
Militar regime leader  
• 1120-1125
Kim Shin (first)
• ?–1174
Yi Ui-bang
• 1174-1179
Jeong Jung-bu
• 1196–1219
Choe Chung-heon
• 1270
Im Yu-mu (last)
History  
900
• Coronation o Taejo
15 Juin, 918
• Unification o the Later Three Kinricks
936
993–1019
• Completion o Tripitaka Koreana
1251
1170–1270
• Vassal o the Mongol Yuan dynasty
1270–1356
• Abdication o Gongyang
17 Julie, 1392
Population
• 1123[2]
2,100,000
• 1200[3]
3,000,000
• 1392[4]
5,000,000
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Unified Silla
Hubaekje
Taebong
Balhae
Joseon
The day pairt o  Sooth Korea
 North Korea

Goryeo (고려; 高麗; [ko.ɾjʌ]; 918–1392), an aa spelled as Koryŏ, wis a Korean kinrick established in 918 bi Keeng Taejo.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Taejo o Goryeo#Rise tae the throne an foondin o Goryeo
  2. 서긍(徐兢) (1123). 고려도경 (高麗圖經). 
  3. 박용운 (1996). 고려시대 개경연구 147~156쪽. 
  4. 이헌창 (2003). 한국경제통사 53쪽.