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Korea Three Kingdoms Forward. 16. Pre-history. Ancient Chosun The mythological unified Korean nation ruled by Tangun from 2333 BC Han tribes 300 BC+ Palais (your text) covers several early kingdoms. We won’t. Koguryo : Northern Korea 37 BC – 668 AD

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pre history
Pre-history
  • Ancient Chosun
    • The mythological unified Korean nation ruled by Tangun from 2333 BC
  • Han tribes 300 BC+
  • Palais (your text) covers several early kingdoms. We won’t
three kingdoms about 50 bce 668 ce
Koguryo: Northern Korea 37 BC – 668 AD

Baekche: Southwestern Korea 18 BC – 663 AD

Silla (Pronounced Sheila) Southeastern Korea 57 AD – 668 AD (Victory)

Kaya (minor and short lived, usually ignored)

Three Kingdoms About 50 BCE – 668 CE
three kingdoms
Three Kingdoms
  • Koguryo: North, was the largest and strongest
    • Included much of Manchuria
    • Battled and resisted China several times
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Three Kingdoms: Baekche -- Southwest
  • First to adopt Buddhism
  • Sent scholars, craftsmen and monks to Japan
  • First destroyed by Silla-Tang alliance
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Three Kingdoms:Silla -- Southeast
  • Later developer
  • Builds alliance with Tang China to overthrow both Baekche and Koguryo by 668 CE
  • Unites Korea into Unified Silla Dynasty
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Three Kingdoms division replayed?
  • Current division lines similar to 3-Kingdoms
  • South Korea also divided into East/West regions for domestic politics
  • Coincidence or resurgence???

Three Kingdoms Map

Contemporary Korean Map

unified silla dynasty 668 ce 918 ce
Unified Silla Dynasty668 CE – 918 CE
  • Silla dynasty unifies Korean Peninsula
  • Northern kingdom of Parhae is also Korean speaking but usually placed into Manchurian history
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Unified Silla

Sadae Principle

    • Sadae = “Serve the great”
  • Silla allied with Tang China to solve its problem with Koguryo
    • First works with Tang to destroy Baekche and unify southern Peninsula
    • Next works with Tang to destroy Koguryo and unify more of Peninsula
  • Silla Korea recognizes its weakness
  • Alliance with China provides protector
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Unified Silla

Sadae Principle

  • Tributary status with China provides
    • Guidance
    • Protection
    • Access to Chinese economy
    • Peace
    • Help with domestic disturbances if necessary
  • How does a small nation survive? Sadae
    • Watch for this repeating theme…
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Unified Silla
  • Hwarang
    • Elite military academy
    • Teaches art, poetry, history, horsemanship, and weaponry
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Unified Silla
  • Religion and State in Silla
    • Unified Silla adopts Buddhism as official state religion
    • Builds massive “Buddhist Nation Temple”
    • Pulkuksa
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Unified Silla

Kyongju as Capital: Art, Architecture

  • Burial practices
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Guard at Buddhist Temple Gate

Eaves from Korean Buddhist Temple

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Hereditary Government

“True Bone” lineages

Strict intermarriage among nobles

Yangban class leadership

Silla period court music

Confucian forms of ministries

Structure looks Confucian

No Meritocracy – Exams don’t mean anything

Unified Silla
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Factionalism and corruption weaken Silla Dynasty

Restoration movements in both Baekche and Koguryo

Both gain independence

Later Baekche emerges but a splits internally between father and son

Alliance between part of later Baekche and Later Koguryo

935 CE: Koguryo overthrows Silla to unify Korea again

Takes on the new dynastic name: Koryo -- hence Korea

Unified SillaClosing Scenes