Yi Jehyeon

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Yi Jehyeon
Hangul 이제현
Hanja 李齊賢
Revised Romanization I Jehyeon
McCune–Reischauer I Chehyŏn
Pen name
Hangul 익재, 역옹, 실재
Hanja 益齋, 櫟翁, 實齋
Revised Romanization Ikjae, Yeogong, Siljae
McCune–Reischauer Ikchae, Yŏgong, Silchae
Courtesy name
Hangul 지공
Hanja 之公
Revised Romanization Jigong
McCune–Reischauer Chigong
Posthumous name
Hangul 문충
Hanja 文忠
Revised Romanization Munchung
McCune–Reischauer Munch'ung

Yi Jehyeon (Korean: 이제현, hanja: 李齊賢, 1287–1367) was a politician and early Korean Neo-Confucianism scholar and philosopher, writer, and poet. His first name was Jigong (Korean:지공, hanja:之公). A pen name was Ikjae (익재, 益齋)·Yeogong (역옹, 櫟翁)·Shiljae (실재, 實齋), courtesy name was Jungsa (중사, 仲思). He was a follower and successor of Baek Yijeong (백이정, 白頤正), and was the father of Youngbi Lee, who was a concubine of Gongmin of Goryeo.