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|Revised Romanization||Nam Gon|
|Hangul||지정, 지족당, 지족|
|Hanja||止亭, 知足堂, 知足|
|Revised Romanization||Jijeong, Jijokdang, Jijok|
|McCune–Reischauer||Jijŏng, Jijŏkdang, Jijŏk|
Nam Gon (Korean: 남곤, 南袞, 1471 – 10 March 1527) was a Korean politician, poet, Neo-Confucian scholar, thinker, writer and Prime Minister during the Joseon Dynasty. His nicknames were Jijeong (지정, 止亭), Jijokdang (지족당, 知足堂) and Jijok (지족, 知足), while his courtesy name was Sahwa (사화, 士華). He was also a member of Sarim faction.
Nam was a Korean Neo-Confucian scholar of the Youngnam school and teacher of Kim Jong-jik. He was the Joseon Dynasty's Vice Prime Minister until 1520, and then Prime Minister from 1523 to 1527. Nam Gon studied under Neo-Confucian scholar Kim Jong-jik. He was an ideological and political rival of Jo Gwang-jo. Jo studied under his friend Kim Kwaeng-pil.
- Jijeongjip (지정집, 止亭集)
- Yujagwangjeon (유자광전, 柳子光傳)
- Namakchangsurok (남악창수록, 南岳唱酬錄)
- Kalton, Michael (1988). To Become a Sage. Translation from Ten Diagrams on Sage Learning by Yi T'oegye (1501-1570). Columbia University Press. ISBN 0-231-06410-1. Retrieved 2006-05-14.
- 남곤은 밀양인 이였다! - 밀양신문 (Korean)
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