Koryo

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Koryo or Goryeo (Hangul고려; Hanja高麗; RRGoryeo; MRKoryŏ) may refer to:

  • Goryeo was the name of several states in Korean history. Goryeo was known as Corea or Coree in the western world.
    • Goryeo was a state located in northern and central Korean Peninsula and southern and central Manchuria from 37 BC to AD 668. It was founded as Goguryeo and changed its official name to Goryeo in the 5th century.
    • Goryeo was a state located in central Korean Peninsula from 901 to 918. It was founded by Gung Ye as Goryeo and changed its official name to Majin in 904 and to Taebong in 911. It is sometimes called Later Goguryeo in historiography.
    • Goryeo was a state located in the Korean Peninsula from 918 to 1392. It was founded by Wang Geon and was the successor state of Taebong.
  • Korea as a whole
  • Air Koryo, a North Korean airline company
  • Koryo Tours, a British travel company specialising in travel, film and cultural exchanges with North Korea
  • Koryo, a pumsae ("form") in Taekwondo
  • Kōryō, Nara, a town in Japan

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