Seungjeongwon ilgi

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Seungjeongwon ilgi
Hangul 승정원 일기
Hanja 承政院 日記
Revised Romanization Seungjeongwon ilgi
McCune–Reischauer Sŭngjŏngwŏn ilgi

Seungjeongwon ilgi or Journal of the Royal Secretariat is a daily record of Seungjeongwon, Royal Secretariat during the Joseon Dynasty of Korea (1392 - 1910), which records the king’s public life and his interactions with the bureaucracy on a daily basis.[1] It is the 303rd national treasure of Korea and designated as one of the UNESCO's Memory of the World.[2][3]

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