Ahn Bang-jun

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Ahn.
Order of Ahn Bang-jun's Posthumous name Denominate's
Ahn Bang-jun
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Ahn Bang-jun
McCune–Reischauer Ahn Bang-jun
Pen name
Hangul 은봉, 우산
Hanja ,
Revised Romanization Eunbong, Woosan
McCune–Reischauer Eunbong, Woosan
Courtesy name
Hangul 사언
Hanja
Revised Romanization Saeun
McCune–Reischauer Saeun

Ahn Bang-jun (July 20, 1573 – November 13, 1654) was one of the Neo-Confucian scholars, politicians and writers of the Korean Joseon Dynasty and he was a people's Militia leader during the Japanese invasions of Korea.[1][2]

His nicknames were Woosan and Eunbong, a Chinese style name was Saeun.[3]

He was born and died in Boseong, South Jeonla.

Works[edit]

  • 'Eunbongjeonseo' (은봉전서, 隱峰全書)
  • 'Samwongisa' (삼원기사, 三寃記事)
  • 'Gimyoyujeoknoralsusa' (기묘유적노랄수사, 己卯遺蹟老辣瀡辭)
  • 'Sawoogamgyerok' (사우감계록, 師友鑑戒錄)
  • 'Honjeongrok' (혼정록, 混定錄)
  • 'Honjeongpyunrok' (혼정편록, 混定編錄)
  • 'Maehwanmoondap' (매환문답, 買還問答)
  • 'Hanguishinpyun' (항의신편, 抗義新編)
  • 'Leedaewonjeon' (이대원전, 李大源傳)
  • 'Honamuibyungrok' (호남의병록, 湖南義兵錄)
  • 'Boosangisa' (부산기사, 釜山記事)
  • 'Noryanggisa' (노량기사, 露粱記事)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ahn Bang-jun(Korean)
  2. ^ Ahn Bang-jun(Korean)
  3. ^ Ahn Bang-jun(Korean)
Letter of Ahn Bang-jun