Kwon Sang-ha

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Kwon.
Portrait of Kwon Sangha
Kwon Sang-ha
Hangul 권상하
Hanja 權尙夏
Revised Romanization Kwon Sang-ha
McCune–Reischauer Kwon Sang-ha
Pen name
Hangul 수암, 한수재
Hanja 遂菴, 寒水齋
Revised Romanization Suam, Hansoojae
McCune–Reischauer Suam, Hansujae
Courtesy name
Hangul 치도
Hanja 致道
Revised Romanization Chido
McCune–Reischauer Chido
Posthumous name
Hangul 문순
Hanja 文純
Revised Romanization Munsoon
McCune–Reischauer Munsun

Kwon Sang-ha(1641 - September 2, 1712) was a politician and Neo-Confucian scholar of Joseon Dynasty. He was a member of Westner party(서인, 西人) and the second head of Noron(노론, 老論) partys. His pennames were Sooam and Hansoojae.

He was a disciple of Song Siyeol, Song Jun-gil and ideological successor of Song Siyeol.

Work book[edit]

  • Hansoojaejip(한수재집, 寒水齋集)
  • Samseojipui(삼서집의, 三書輯疑)
  • Gibaikyitaeyunpyo(기백이태연표 箕伯李泰淵表)
  • HyungchamKwongeukhwapyo(형참권극화표 刑參權克和表)
  • Busakwayisookpyo(부사과이숙표 副司果李塾表)

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He was foundered of Mandongmyo(만동묘, 萬東廟) and Daebodan(대보단, 大報壇)[1] in Guisan, wills the inherit his teacher Song Siyeol.

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