Kim Yuk

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Kim.
Kim Yuk
Prime Minister in Joseon Dynasty
Hangul 김육
Hanja 金堉
Revised Romanization Gim Yug
McCune–Reischauer Kim Yuk
Pen name
Hangul 잠곡, 회정당
Hanja 潛谷, 晦靜堂
Revised Romanization Jamgog, Hwaejungdang
McCune–Reischauer Jamgok, Hoijeongdang
Courtesy name
Hangul 백후
Hanja 伯厚
Revised Romanization baighoo
McCune–Reischauer baikhoo

Kim Yuk (Hangul: 김육; Hanja: 金堉; 1570 – September 1658) was a Korean Neo-Confucian scholar, politician and writer of the Korean Joseon Dynasty. His nickname was Jamgok (잠곡, 潛谷), Hoijeongdang (회정당, 晦靜堂), a courtesy name was baikhoo (백후, 伯厚), Posthumous name was Munjung (문정, 文貞).[1] He came from the Cheongpung Kim clan (Hangul: 청풍김씨, Hanja: 淸風金氏[1]).

Prime minister of Joseon Dynastys 1651 to 1652, 1655. Greanfather of Queen Myungsung[2] and 4G-Great-Grandfather of Queen Hyoui.[3]

Works[edit]

  • 'Jamgokyugo' (잠곡유고, 潛谷遺稿)
  • 'Gimyojehyunrok' (기묘제현록, 己卯諸賢錄)
  • 'JAmgokphildam' (잠곡필담, 潛谷筆談)
  • 'Yuwonchongbo' (유원총보, 類苑叢寶)
  • 'Songdoji' (송도지, 松都誌)
  • 'Phalhyunjun' (팔현전, 八賢傳)
  • 'Handongmyungshinrok' (해동명신록, 海東名臣錄)
  • 'Hwangmyunggiryak' (황명기략, 皇明紀略)
  • 'Jongdeokshinpyun' (종덕신편, 種德新編)

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Kim Yuk:Nate
  2. ^ Wife of Joseon Hyunjong
  3. ^ wife of Joseon Jeongjo

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