Gang of Balhae
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|Gang of Balhae|
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Gang of Balhae (died 809) (r. 794–809) was the sixth to rule the king of Balhae. He was the son of King Mun, who was Balhae's third king. He chose the era name Jeongnyeok (正曆, "upright policy"). During his reign, there was active trade with Japan and Tang China, and missions passed frequently among the three states.
- 강왕 (in Korean). 한국민족문화대백과/Nate. Retrieved 2013-10-26.
Gang of BalhaeDied: 809
|King of Balhae
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King of Korea
Reason for succession failure:
North–South States Period
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