|Revised Romanization||Yi Bok-nam|
Yi Bok-nam(Hanja:李福男, Hangul: 이복남, June 28, 1555 – August 16, 1597) was a Korean naval commander, politicians of Joseon Dynastys. passed the military examination and final position's of Jeonradobyungmajeoldosa(전라도 병마절도사, 全羅道兵馬節度使). is served against the Japanese navy during the Imjin war. a Courtesy name of Subo(수보, 綏甫).
In 1588, Yi passed the military examination (무과; 武科).
The royal court eventually bestowed various honors upon him, including a posthumous title of Chungjanggong (충장공, 忠壯公, Loyal Duke of brave), an enrollment as a Seonmu Wonjong Gongsin (선무원종공신, 宣武原從功臣), and two posthumous offices, Jwachanseong (좌찬성, 左讚成, Left Vice Prime Minister).
- Yi Boknam:Naver (Korean)
- Yi Boknam:Korean historical informationm parson (Korean)
- Yi Bok-nam:Nate (Korean)
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