Goryeo Dynasty

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Northern Buddhist Art - Korea - Goryeo Dynasty
... The fall of the Unified Silla Dynasty and the establishment of the Goryeo Dynasty in 918 indicates a new period of Korean Buddhist art ... The Goryeo kings also lavishly sponsored Buddhism and Buddhist art flourished, especially Buddhist paintings and illuminated sutras written in gold and silver ink ...
Korean Buddhist Sculpture - Goryeo Dynasty (918–1392)
... The Goryeo Dynasty succeeded Unified Silla as ruler of the Korean peninsula ... Like their predecessors, the Goryeo court lavishly sponsored Buddhism and Buddhist arts ... The early phase of Goryeo art is characterized by the waning but influential effect of Unified Silla prototypes, the discarding of High Tang style ...
List Of Castles In Korea - Medieval - Goryeo Dynasty
... Aneujin fortress 안의진 Baek mountain fortress 백산성 Bi-ineub fortress 비인읍성 Boju fortress 보주성 Bokju fortress 복주성 Bu mountain fortress 경주부산성 Bukhan mountain fortress 북한산성 Cheoin fortress 처인성 Cheolju fortress 철주성 Cheolong mountain fortress 철옹산성 Chungju fortress 충주성 Dok mountain fortress 독산성 Gaegyeong (Hangul 개경 성곽 Hanja 開京) present-day Gaeseong, Capital of Goryeo) ... Gaegyeong inner wall 개성 내성 Gaegyeong outer wall 개경 나성 Gangdong fortress 강동성 Ganghwa fortress 강화성 Gilju fortress 길주성 Gongheomjin fortress 공험진 Gwakju fortress 곽주성 Gyejok mountain fortress 대덕 계족산성 Gyeongjueub fortress 경주읍성 Hamju fortress 함주성 Hangye fortress 한계성 Happo fortress 합포성지 Heunghwajin fortress 흥화진 Hwangryong mountain fortress 황룡산성 Hwangseok mountain fortress 황석산성 Hyangpaduri fortress 향파두리토성 Ib-am mountain fortress 입암산성 Jeoksang mountain fortress 적상산성 Jukju fortress 죽주성 Kwiju fortress 귀주성 Mireuk mountain fortress 괴산 미륵산성 Namgyeong fortress (Hangul 남경성 Hanja 南京) present-day Seoul) ...
Science And Technology In Korea - Goryeo Dynasty
... During the Goryeo Dynasty the world's first metal movable type printing was invented by Choe Yun-ui in 1234 ... During the late Goryeo Dynasty, Goryeo was at the cutting edge of shipboard artillery in world ... cannons and other gunpowder weapons continued well into the Joseon Dynasty and by 1410, over 160 Joseon warships had cannons on board ...
Japanese Pirates - Controversy Regarding Wokou Imitators
... In the Annals of the Joseon Dynasty, Sejong Sillok (Hangul 세종실록 Hanja 世宗實錄), Sunmong Lee said, "I hear that in the late period of the Goryeo Dynasty, Wokou were roaming over this land and peasants ... in order to stop all evils, there is nothing more urgent than Hopae (a Goryeo word meaning 'personal identification')." This is the only record that documents some imitation ... as Sunmong Lee was not an investigator working against the wokou, and was not alive during the Goryeo Dynasty ...