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The study on the theory of <the inhabitants of the coastal region of the koryo dynasty were the member of the waegu(japanese pirates)>

  • 日本硏究
  • 2013, (35), pp.349-367
  • Publisher : The Center for Japanese Studies
  • Research Area : Humanities > Japanese Language and Literature
  • Published : August 20, 2013

yiyoung 1

1한국방송통신대학교

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ABSTRACT

The 1st year of king Gongmin(1352) of Koryo(高麗) dynasty was the confusion period of East Asia when the many political and social revolutions were proceeding. In China there were many revolts by the revolution forces and in Japan, the political upheaval ‘Kannonojyoran(観応の擾乱)’ which had begun 2 years ago, came to the climax. That was the same year when Asikaga Tadayoshi(足利直義) was venenated by his elder brother, Asikaga takauji(足利尊氏), the Seiidaishyougun(征夷大将軍) of Muromachi-Bakuhu(室町幕府). In this year, king Gongmin came to throne. Koryo dynasty was required to go through the political and social reforms and the Waegu started to invade in full force near Kaesung(開城), the capital of Koryo. At this time, ‘Japan’ had sent the messages as follows: the korean thieves were plundering while they are drifting on a sea. But the truth of ‘Japan’ was syouni yorihisa(少弐賴尙) whom I had ihdicated as the mastermind of waegu.

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