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Encyclopedia > King Hye of Baekje
King Hye of Baekje
Korean Name
Revised Romanization Hye-wang
McCune-Reischauer Hye-wang
Hangul 혜왕
Hanja 惠王

King Hye of Baekje (r. 598-599) was the 28th king of the Baekje kingdom of ancient Korea. He assumed the throne after the passing of his brother King Wideok, but reigned only briefly before his own death. His reign saw major inroads from the neighboring Silla and Goguryeo kingdoms, with Silla occupying portions of the Han River valley. He was succeeded by his son King Beop. The Revised Romanization of Korean is the official Korean language romanization system in South Korea. ... McCune-Reischauer is one of the two most widely used Korean language romanization systems, along with the Revised Romanization of Korean, which replaced McCune-Reischauer as the official romanization system in South Korea in 2000. ... Hangul is the native alphabet used to write the Korean language (as opposed to the Hanja system borrowed from China). ... Hanja (lit. ... Events Aethelfrith of Northumbria possibly defeats the northern British in a major battle at Catraeth. ... Events The Chinese win the war at Ordos. ... Baekje was a kingdom in southwestern Korea. ... Korea is a formerly unified country, situated on the Korean Peninsula in northern East Asia, bordering on China to the west and Russia to the north. ... King Wideok of Baekje (525-598) was the eldest son of King Seong and the 27th king of the Baekje kingdom of ancient Korea. ... This article is about the ancient Korean kingdom of Silla. ... This article needs cleanup. ... Han River is the name of four unrelated rivers: Han River is a river in Korea, passing through Seoul and entering the Yellow Sea Han River, or Han Shui, is a tributary of the Chang Jiang (Yangtze) in central China Han River, or Han Jiang, is a river in eastern... King Beop of Baekje was the king of the Korean Baekje kingdom from 599 to 600 AD. He was the son of King Hye. ...


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Korea has been ruled by a number of kingdoms/empires and republics over the last several millennia. ... This article is about the history of Korea. ... The Three Kingdoms of Korea were Goguryeo, Baekje and Silla, which dominated the Korean peninsula and parts of Manchuria for much of the 1st millennium CE. The Three Kingdoms period in Korea is usually considered to run from the 4th century CE until Sillas triumph over Goguryeo in 668. ...

Preceded by:
King Wideok
Kings of Baekje
598-599
Succeeded by:
King Beop


King Wideok of Baekje (525-598) was the eldest son of King Seong and the 27th king of the Baekje kingdom of ancient Korea. ... Korea has been ruled by a number of kingdoms/empires and republics over the last several millennia. ... King Beop of Baekje was the king of the Korean Baekje kingdom from 599 to 600 AD. He was the son of King Hye. ...


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Baekje or Paekche #48177 #51228 #30334 #28639 was a kingdom... (551 words)
Baekje or Paekche #48177 #51228 #30334 #28639 was a kingdom...
"Baekje" or "Paekche" (백제, 百濟;) was a kingdom in southwestern Korea Korea.
According to "Samguk Sagi Samguk Sagi", Baekje was founded in 18 BC by King Onjo King Onjo, who led a group of people from the kingdom of Buyeo Buyeo in Manchuria Manchuria, to the Han River Han River region in the middle of Korea.
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