Bak Jin

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Bak Jin (Hangul박진; Hanja朴晉, 25 August 1560 – March 1597), also known as Park Jin, was a Korean Joseon Dynasty Army general and politician. He was one of the Korean generals of the Imjin War.[1]

Battle of Kyongju[edit]

During the Imjin War, Bak Jin fought to recapture the city of Kyongju from the Japanese invaders. His first attack was repelled, but he returned with a mortar and fired a delayed-action bomb over the wall. The Japanese evacuated the city rather than defend it against such mortars.[2]


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References[edit]

  1. ^ Tomb of Bak Jin (in Korean)
  2. ^ Turnbull, Stephen: Samurai Invasion. Japan's Korean War 1592–98 (London, 2002), Cassell & Co ISBN 0-304-35948-3

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