(39 Movements). KWANG-GAE is named after the famous Kwang-Gae-Toh-Wang , the 19th King of the Koguryo Dynasty, who regained all the lost territories. Named after Kwang-Gae Toh-Wang (also known as Gwanggaeto), a famous king from the Goguryeo Dynasty who conquered much of northern Asia in the late. KWANG-GAE. Movements – Ready Posture – Narani so hanulson. KWANG- GAE is named after the famous Kwang-Gae-Toh-Wang, the 19th King of the.

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Gwanggaeto the Great —, r. Gwanggaeto’s imperial reign title meant that Goguryeo was on equal standing as an empire with the imperial dynasties in China. Under Gwanggaeto, Lwang began a golden age, [5] [6] [7] becoming a powerful empire and one of the great powers in East Asia.

Western Manchuria against Khitan kwanng Inner Mongolia and the Maritime Province of Russia against numerous nations and tribes; [12] [13] and the Han River valley in central Korea to control over two-thirds of the Korean peninsula. In regard to the Korean peninsula, Gwanggaeto defeated Baekjethe then most powerful of the Three Kingdoms of Korea[3] incapturing the capital city of Wiryeseong in present-day Seoul.

Gwanggaeto’s accomplishments are recorded on the Gwanggaeto Steleerected in at the supposed site of his tomb in Ji’an along the present-day China—North Korea border. At the time of Gwanggaeto’s birth, Goguryeo was not as powerful as it once had been. Inthree years prior to Gwanggaeto’s birth, the rival Korean kingdom of Baekjeunder the great leadership of Geunchogosoundly defeated Goguryeo, slaying the monarch Gogukwon and sacking Pyongyang.

Baekje’s influence was not limited to the Korean peninsula, but extended across the sea to Liaoxi and Shandong in China, taking advantage of the weakened state of Former Qinand Kyushu in the Japanese archipelago. Gogukwon’s vae, Sosurimadopted a foreign policy of appeasement and reconciliation with Baekje, kaang and concentrated on domestic policies to spread Buddhism throughout Goguryeo’s social and political systems.

Gwanggaeto succeeded his father, Gogukyangupon his death in Upon his coronation, Gwanggaeto adopted the era name Yeongnak Eternal Rejoicing and gad title Taewang Supreme Kingwhich was equivalent to “emperor”, [32] affirming that he was an equal to the Imperial rulers of China.

InGwanggaeto led an attack on Baekje with 40, troops, capturing 10 walled cities. In kwsng, while his campaign against Baekje was ongoing to the kawng, Gwanggaeto made an excursion to invade the Khitan Baili clan to the west on the Liao River[39] destroying 3 tribes and to camps.


InGwanggaeto dispatched 50, troops consisting of infantry and cavalry and won a great victory, completely annihilating the enemy troops and pillaging about 10, armors and countless war supplies; the opponent can be interpreted as Later Yan, Baekje, or Wa. InGwanggaeto attacked Eastern Buyeo to the northeast. InSillaanother Korean kingdom in the southeast of the Korean peninsula, requested aid from Goguryeo in repelling an allied invasion by Baekje tae, Gayaand Wa.

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Gwanggaeto dispatched kwnag, troops and annihilated the enemy coalition. InGwanggaeto returned Prince Silseong[46] who had resided in Goguryeo as a political hostage sinceback home to Silla and appointed him as the king of Silla.

InGwanggaeto defeated an attack by the Wa from the Japanese archipelago on the southern border of what was once the Daifang commanderyinflicting enormous casualties on the enemy.

Gwanggaeto died of an unknown illness in at the age of He was succeeded by his eldest son, Jangsuwho ruled Goguryeo for kwangg years until the age of 98, [1] the longest reign in East Asian history. Gwanggaeto’s conquests are said to mark the zenith of Korean history, building and consolidating a great empire in Northeast Asia and uniting the Three Kingdoms of Korea under his influence.

There is archaeological evidence that Goguryeo’s maximum extent lay kwng further west kwajg present-day Mongoliabased on discoveries of Goguryeo fortress ruins in Mongolia. Gwanggaeto the Great is one of two rulers of Korea whose names are appended with the title “the Great”, with the other being Sejong the Great of Joseonwho created Hangul the Korean alphabet, to promote literacy among the common people, [53] and made great advances in science. Gwanggaeto is regarded by Koreans as one of the greatest heroes in Korean historyand is often taken as a potent symbol of Kwnag nationalism.

The Gwanggaeto Stelea 6. Korean and Japanese scholars disagree on the interpretation in regard to passages on the Wa.

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A prominent statue of Gwanggaeto alongside a replica of the Gwanggaeto Stele were erected in the main street of Guri city in Gyeonggi province. Many novels, comics, and games about Gwanggaeto the Great have been released in Korea. The popular [62] and award-winning [63] Korean mobile game Hero for Kakao features Gwanggaeto as a playable character. World Dominationa mobile game produced in collaboration with series owner Microsoft, [65] includes Gwanggaeto as a selectable hero of the Korean civilization.

The pattern’s diagram represents Gwanggaeto’s territorial expansion and recovery of lost territories, and the 39 movements represent the first two numbers of AD, the year kwabg Gwanggaeto came to the throne.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. King of the Goguryeo dynasty of Korea. A New History of Korea. Retrieved 11 October Retrieved 19 November The History of Korea, 2nd Edition.


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A History of Korea: The Cambridge History of Japan. Retrieved 29 July New history of Korea. He bae a military expedition to expand his territory, opening the golden age of Goguryeo.

Encyclopedia of Asian history. Nevertheless, the reigns of Kwanggaet’o and his successor Changsu constituted the golden age of Koguryo.

The History of the World. Retrieved 15 July From the seventh to the sixteenth century. Retrieved 10 October Rediscovering Russia in Asia: Siberia and the Russian Far East: Siberia and the Russian Far East. Black Belt Tae Kwon Do: New History of Korea.

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Korea Creative Content Agency. Retrieved 31 December They called their king “taewang” “the greatest king”. Taewang was a title equivalent to “emperor” and referred to the ruler of the entire world of Goguryeo. In short, the practice of calling their king “taewang” was based on Goguryeo’s independent worldview.

Retrieved 7 July Seoul Journal of Korean Studies Encyclopedia of World Biography: The Genesis of East Asia: Associate for Asian Studies [u. Retrieved 17 June He also conquered Sushen tribes in the northeast, Tungusic ancestors of the Jurcid and Manchus who later ruled Chinese “barbarian conquest dynasties” during the twelfth and seventeenth centuries. Sources of Korean Tradition: Retrieved 21 October Journal of Northeast Asian History.

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