Park (Korean surname)

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Park
Faimily name
PronunciationPark
Meaningourd
Region o originKorea
Leid(s) o originKorean
Relatit namesBak, Pak
Park
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanisationBak
McCune–ReischauerPak
Percentage o faimily names in Sooth Korea
  Kim
  Lee
  Park
  Choi
  Jung

Park is a common Korean surname, tradeetionally foondit bi Keeng Hyeokgeose an theoretically inclusive o aw his stryndants. In Cheenese characters (Hanja), it wis written as ; in Hangul, it is written .

Foondin legend[eedit | eedit soorce]

According to the legend, a white horse led a village chief to the location o a big egg, an King Hyeokeose who was said to have been hatched free it amid rays of light. He was named after the bak (Lagenaria leucantha), a family of Asia gourd similar to the African calabash, free the egg's resemblance.

Position in society[eedit | eedit soorce]

Keeng Hyeokgeose was said to have found the Korean kinright of Silla at the age of thirteen in 57 BC.

Park was an of the ryal hooses o the Korean kinrick o Silla. Awtho it failed tae tak the poseetion o the rulin hoose o Silla durin the kinrick's middle age, maist o its queen consorts wur frae the hoose o Park. When Silla wis at the verge o fallin, Park regained the poseetion o the rulin hoose. Housomeivver, Keeng Gyeongae wis murthert bi Gyeon Hwon in 927 an thare wur nae mair keengs frae the Parks efter him.

Efter the faw o Silla, it became a major noble hoose o Korea. Durin the Goryeo dynasty, maist o the fowk who passed the heichest-level state examination, which wis implementit tae recruit rankin offeecials durin the Goryeo dynasty, wur Parks. The first General tae defeat the Mongols in warld history wis General Park Seo, who commandit the defence o the fortress o Guju in 1231.

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Keengs o the Park dynasty[eedit | eedit soorce]

# Name Period o reign
1 Hyeokgeose o Silla 57 BC - 4 AD
2 Namhae o Silla 4 - 24
3 Yuri o Silla 24 - 57
4 Pasa o Silla 80 - 112
5 Jima o Silla 112 - 134
6 Ilseong o Silla 134 - 154
7 Adalla o Silla 154 - 184
8 Sindeok o Silla 912 - 917
9 Gyeongmyeong o Silla 917 - 924
10 Gyeongae o Silla 924 - 927

Clans[eedit | eedit soorce]

Efter faw o Silla, it wis dividit intae several clans. Accordin tae the last census in 2000 [1], thare are 161 Park clans in Sooth Korea.

Clan name (Region) Clan progenitor Percentage (%) (2000)
Miryang (Miryang) Grand Prince Eun-Chim o Milseong 77.8
Bannam (Naju) Lord Hojang 3.6
Juksan (Andong) Grand Prince Eun-Rip o Juksan 1.4
Yeonghae (Yeongdeok) Park Je-Sang 0.7
Chungju (Chungju) Park Sang 0.6
Myeoncheon (Dangjin) Park Sul-Hee 0.1
Pyeongsan (Ichon) Keeng Park Hyokgose, foonder o Silla 0.01

See an aw[eedit | eedit soorce]

Ryal hoose
Hoose o Pairk
Foondin year: 57 BC
Precedit bi
Foondin dynasty
Rulin Hoose o Silla
57 BC – 57 AD
Next:
Hoose o Seok
Precedit bi
Hoose o Seok
Rulin Hoose of Silla
80 – 184
Next:
Hoose o Seok
Precedit bi
Hoose o Kim
Rulin Hoose o Silla
912 – 927
Next:
abdicatit

Fictional characters[eedit | eedit soorce]

  • Soojin Park, a character in Hena Khan's novel Amina's Voice.