Kim Seok-ju

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Kim.
Kim Seok-ju
Kim Seok-ju
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Gim Seog-ju
McCune–Reischauer Kim Suk-ju
Pen name
Hangul 식암
Hanja
Revised Romanization Shikam
McCune–Reischauer Shigam
Courtesy name
Hangul 사백
Hanja
Revised Romanization Sabaik
McCune–Reischauer Sabaik

Kim Seok-ju or Kim Suk-ju (Korean: 김석주, hanja: 金錫冑, 1634 - September 20, 1684) was one of the Neo-Confucian scholars, politicians and writers of the Korean Joseon Dynasty. His nickname was Shigam (식암, 息庵), a courtesy name was Sabaik (사백, 斯百).[1] He was a cousin of Queen Myunseong.[2] He was prime minister of the Joseon Dynasty in 1680.

Book[edit]

  • 'Shikamjip' (식암집, 息庵集)
  • 'Beolgo' (별고, 別稿)
  • 'Haedongsabu' (해동사부, 海東辭賦)
  • 'Shikamyugo' (식암유고, 息菴遺稿)
  • 'Hanggunsooji' (행군수지, 行軍須知)
  • 'Gomunbaiksun' (고문백선, 古文白選)
  • 'Hangoojasu' (한구자수, 韓構字藪)
  • Chunsojhajipseomun (춘소자집 서문, 春沼子集 序文)

See also[edit]

Letter of Sikam Kim Seok-ju

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kim Seok-Ju:Naver (Korean)
  2. ^ wife of 18th king Hyunjong of Joseon, mother of 19th king Sukjong of Joseon

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