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Gyeongju remained the capital until the end of the Unified Shilla Dynasty, visiting it today is like walking through a "museum without walls"
It was introduced by monk Sundo from the Former Chin Dynasty in China.
The same year as Buddhism was introduced.
During the Three Kingdoms period Goguryeo was the largest, including most of present day North Korea and a swath of China.
The Sui invaded Korea as commanded by emperor Yang-ti.
He won at the Battle of Salsu (today this river is called Cheongcheon).
Emperor Tai-qung invaded in 644 and 659
The Three Kingdoms were Baekje, Goguryeo and Shilla.
It was founded as one kingdom after Unified Shilla began to collapse, but then they managed to reunify the country and it became the next dynasty.
Samguk Sagi translates, more or less, as the History of the Three Kingdoms.
By King Sejong. It was promulgated in 1446 and is the most scientific alphabet in the world.
The Donghak was "eastern learning", it was a native Korean philosophy/religion
Japanese provoked the incident for political reasons.
Korea had realized that Japan had become more advanced by adapting and accepting some aspects of non-Asian cultures.
He was an influential leader of the Donghak peasant uprisings.
Kim Ilsung was the first of North Korea's two leaders so far.
The Japanese tried to soften occupation by making some cultural concessions to the Koreans.
Both newspapers are still publishing today.
This incident mirrored a similar protest in support of his father, King Gojong.
From 1945-1948 everyone continued to stall hoping to re-unite the two halves of the peninsula.
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