Chang of Goryeo
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|Chang of Goryeo|
|Revised Romanization||Chang wang|
|Revised Romanization||Wang Chang|
Chang of Goryeo (6 September 1381 - 31 December 1389, r. 1388–1389) was the 33rd and youngest ruler of the Goryeo Dynasty of Korea. He was the son of his predecessor, King U. King U was forced from power after Yi Seonggye mutinied in 1388, and Chang was put on the throne in his stead. As Yi Seonggye took full control of the military, Chang was driven to Ganghwado and replaced on the throne by Gongyang of Goryeo on the grounds that Gongyang was of true royal blood.
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