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|Revised Romanization||Bak Yeong-hyo|
|Hangul||춘고 or 현현거사|
|Hanja||春皐 or 玄玄居士|
|Revised Romanization||Chun-go or Hyeonhyeon-geosa|
|McCune–Reischauer||Ch'un-ko or Hyǒnhyǒn-kǒsa|
Park Yeong-hyo (korean:박영효, 1861 - September 21, 1939) was a Korean Joseon Dynasty politician, enlightenment activist, diplomat and, during the Japanese Colonial Period in Korea a pro-Japanese activist. Park was one of the organizers of the Gapsin coup of 1884, in which progressive political elements attempted to overthrow the Korean government. His courtesy name was Chungo, Hyeonhyeongeosa, and he later held the title of Count of Geumryung.
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Park was a leader during the 1884 Gapsin Coup that attempted to overthrow the Korean government and institute Western-style reforms. The coup attempt lasted only three days before its repression by Chinese troops.
Park served briefly as Prime Minister in 1895.
- Sahwa giryak(사화기략, 使和記略)
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