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The Jewang Ungi is a historical poem composed by Yi Seung-hyu (李承休) in 1287, in the late Goryeo period. It depicts the history of Korea from Dangun to King Chungnyeol. A possible translation in English reads: "Rhymed Chronicles of Sovereigns".
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