Yun Jeung
Yun Jeung (Korean:윤증, 1629–1714) was a Korean Neo Confucian scholar and Politicians from the Papyeong Yun clan during the late period of the Joseon Dynasty. founder and first header of Soron, his fami...
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Seong Hui-ahn
Seong Hui-ahn(korean:성희안;成希顔, 1461–1513) was a Korean Joseon Dynasty politician and Neo-Confucianism Philosopher. .
Hong Dae-yong
Hong Dae-yong (Hangul: 홍대용; hanja: 洪大容; 12 May 1731 ~ 17 November 1783), styled Damheon (Hangul: 담헌; hanja: 湛軒, "Relaxed house") was a philosopher, astronomer and mathematician...
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Gil Jae
Gil Jae or Kil Jae (1353–1419) was a Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, and writer of Korea's Goryeo Dynasty and early Joseon Dynasty.
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Hong Woo-won
Hong Woo-won (Korean:홍우원, hanja:洪宇遠, 1605 - July 27, 1687) was one of the Neo-Confucian scholars, politicians and writers of the Korean Joseon Dynasty. His nickname was Nampa(남파, 南坡), a courtesy name ...
Choi Ik-hyun
Choi Ik-hyun (Hangeul:최익현, Hanja:崔益鉉, Pen name: Myonahm 1833-1906) was a Korean Joseon Dynasty scholar, politician, philosopher, and general of the Korean Righteous Army guerrilla forces. He was a str...
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Kim Seok-ju
Kim Seok-ju or Kim Suk-ju (Korean: 김석주, hanja: 金錫冑, 1634 - September 20, 1684) was one of the Neo-Confucian scholars, politicians and writers of the Korean Joseon Dynasty. His nickname was Shigam (식암,...
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Jo Gwang-jo
Jo Gwang-jo (Hangul:조광조, 23 August 1482 – 10 January 1520), also often called by his pen name Jeong-am(정암), was Korean Neo-Confucian scholar who pursued radical reforms during the reign of King Jungj...
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Chunseong(korean:춘성, hanja:春城, born Lee Changrim (이창림, 李昌林) March 30, 1891 – August 22, 1977) was a South Korean Buddhist monk, scholar, poet, writer, and philosopher. His nickname was Mooaedoin (무애도인...
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Moon Ik-chum
Moon Ik-chom(korean:문익점;文益漸, 8 February 1329 – February 1400) was a politician of the Goryeo Dynasty and a Neo-Confucian scholar. His given name was Ik-cheom (익첨 益瞻), his courtesy name ...
Little is known of the early life of Seosan Daesa (Korean: 서산대사, Hanja: 西山大師)(1520-1604) other than that he was born in 1520 and that he became a monk. As was common for monks in this time, he travell...
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Heo Jong-suk
Heo Jong-suk (korean: 허정숙, hanja: 許貞淑, July 16, 1908 - June 5, 1991) was a Korean independence activist and writer, Journalist, Communism activist, feminist, sex positive activist. Her real name was J...
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Pak Je-ga
Pak Je-ga (Hangul: 박제가; hanja: 朴齊家; 1750–1815) was a scholar of school of Practical learning (Silhak) in the late Joseon Dynasty. He was a student of Park Ji-won.
Pak Je Ga was a...
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Ha Ryun
Ha Ryun (December 22, 1347 – November 6, 1416), also spelled Ha Yun, was a Joseon Dynasty politician and Neo-Confucian scholar, educator, and writer.
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Kim Jeong-hui
Kim Jeong-hui (김정희, 金正喜, [kimdʑʌŋhi] born on the 3rd day of the 6th lunar month 1786, died on the 10th day of the 10th lunar month 1856) was one of the most celebrated practitioners of calligraphy, e...
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Kim Jip
Kim Jip (1574–1656) was a Korean Joseon Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, educator and writer. He was from the Gwangsan Kim clan. He was the son of Sagye Kim Jang-saeng and the grand uncle of Kim M...
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Woncheuk (613–696) was a Korean Buddhist monk who did most of his writing in China, though his legacy was transmitted by a disciple to Silla. One of the two star pupils of Xuanzang, his works and devo...
Kim Jang-saeng
Kim Jang-saeng (July 8, 1548 - August 3, 1631) was a Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, educator, and writer of Korea's Joseon period. He was the son of Kim Gye-hui (김계휘, 金繼輝), who was the Censor-Gen...
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Song Siyeol
Song Si-yeol (Korean: 송시열, Hanja: 宋時烈, 30 December 1607 - 19 July 1689), also known by his pennames U-am (우암) and U-jae (우재) or by the honorific Songja (Korean: 송자, Hanja: 宋子), was a Joseon st...
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Park Gyu-su
Park Gyu-su (박규수, 朴珪壽, 1807–1877) was a scholar-bureaucrat, a teacher, a politician and a diplomat of Joseon Dynasty Korea. He was known as a pioneer of the enlightenment group. Park Gyu-su was ...
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T. K. Seung
T. K. Seung is a Korean American philosopher and literary critic. His academic interests cut across diverse philosophical and literary subjects, including ethics, political philosophy, philosophy of l...
Jeong Mong-ju
Jeong Mong-ju (1337–1392), often known by his pen name Poeun, was a Korean civil minister and scholar during the late period of the Goryeo dynasty.
He was born in Yeongcheon, Gyeongsang prov...
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Hong Dal-son
General Hong Dal-son(hangul:홍달손, hanja:洪達孫, 1415–72) was a Korean Joseon Dynasty politician and soldier. He served King Sejo, and was viceprime minister of Joseon Dynastys from 1467 to 1472. His court...
Uisang (625–702) was one of the most eminent early Silla Korean scholar-monks, a close friend of Wonhyo (元曉).He traveled to China, studying at Mount Zhongnan as a student of the influential Huayan mas...
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Seo Gyeong-deok
Seo Gyeong-deok (1489–1546) was a Korean Neo-Confucianist philosopher during the Joseon Dynasty.
Ryu Sun-jeong
Ryu Sun-jeong(Korean:류순정/유순정;柳順汀, 1459–1512) was a Korean Joseon Dynastys politicians and Neo-Confucianism Philosophers and Prime minister of Joseon Dynastys in 1512. he was one of maximum merit...
Yun Doo-su
Yun Doo-su(윤두수, 尹斗壽, 1533 – 1601) was Korean Joseon Dynastys politicians and Writer, Neo-Confucian scholars. a penname was Oheum(오음, 梧陰), courtesy name was Jaang(자앙, 子仰).
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