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|Revised Romanization||Yi Je-hyeon|
|Hangul||익재, 역옹, 실재|
|Hanja||益齋, 櫟翁, 實齋|
|Revised Romanization||Igjae, Yugong, Shiljae|
|McCune–Reischauer||Ikjae, Yukong, Shiljae|
Yi Je-hyeon (Korean:이제현, hanja:李齊賢, 1287–1367) was a politician and early Korean Neo-Confucianism scholar and philosopher, writer, and poet. His first name was Jigong(korean:지공, hanja:之公). A penname was Ikjae(익재, 益齋)·Yukong(역옹, 櫟翁)·Shiljae(실재, 實齋), Chinese style name was Jungsa(중사, 仲思). He was a follower and successor of Baik Yi-jeong(백이정, 白頤正). He was the father of Youngbi Lee, who was a concubine of Gongmin of Goryeo.
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