Korea: Kings: 1274-1392 - Archontology.org

Korea: Kings: 1274-1392

Each ruler is recorded under the following protocol: temple name (myoho|廟號|묘호) [until the reign of Wonjong] || tabooed personal name (hwi||); posthumous name (si||). The courtesy name (ja||) is included where applicable. The years of bestowal or change are given in brackets.
Ruling House: Wang (|)
Gukwang [1]
27 Sep 1274 - 2 Mar 1298 Wang Sim (王諶|왕심), Wang Chun (王賰|왕춘), Wang Geo (王昛|왕거) [1293] (The accession [27 Sep 1274] was delayed until his return to the capital of Goryeo from travel to the Mongolian court. Imperial edict of abdication was proclaimed on 28 Feb 1298 and the ceremony of accession of his successor took place on 2 Mar 1298.)
  honorific title (conferred by the Yuan emperor after abdication): Ilsu wang (逸壽王|일수왕) [1298]
posthumous name (Yuan): Chungnyeol (忠烈|충렬) [1310]
   
2 Mar 1298 - 24 Sep 1298 Wang Won (王謜|왕원), Wang Jang (王璋|왕장) [1298/1303]
courtesy name: Jungang (仲昻|중앙)
nobility title (conferred by the Yuan emperor after deposition): Simyang wang (瀋陽王|심양왕) [1308]
posthumous name (Yuan): Chungseon (忠宣|충선) [1344]
 
24 Sep 1298 - 30 Jul 1308 Wang Sim (王諶|왕심), Wang Chun (王賰|왕춘), Wang Geo (王昛|왕거) (x) (Restored to the throne upon receiving the royal seal from the Yuan envoy on 24 Sep 1298. An imperial edict on restoration was proclaimed on 25 Sep 1298.)
 
13 Sep 1308 19 Jul 1313 Wang Won (王謜|왕원) [c. 1298], Wang Jang (王璋|왕장) [c. 1303] (x) (The accession was delayed until his return to the capital of Goryeo from his fief.)
 
19 Jul 1313 - 18 Feb 1330 Wang Do (王燾|왕도), Arateunasiri (阿刺訥忒失里|아라트나시리) [Yuan] (The adbication of Wand Jang and accession of Wang Do were approved by an imperial edict issued by the Yuan emperor in Khanbaliq/Beijing on 20 Apr 1313. Both kings arrived in the capital of Goryeyo on 11 Jul 1313 and the accession of Wand Do took place on 19 Jul 1313.] [Departed for the Yuan court on 21 May 1321 where he virtually became a prisoner ($ Jan 1322). He was stripped of his royal seal which was not retuned to 22 Feb 1324. ]
courtesy name: Uihyo (宜孝|의효)
posthumous name (Yuan): Chungsuk (忠肅|충숙) [1345]
 
18 Feb 1330 - 21 Mar 1332 Wang Jeong (王禎|왕정), Budasiri (普塔失里|부다시리) (Yuan) [An imperial edict on the replacement of the king was issued on 30 Jan 1332]
posthumous name (Yuan): Chunghye (忠惠|충혜) [1367]
 
21 Mar 1332 - 3 May 1339 Wang Do (王燾|왕도), Arateunasiri (阿刺訥忒失里|아라트나시리) [Yuan] (x)
 
3 May 1339 - 9 Dec 1343 Wang Jeong (王禎|왕정), Budasiri (普塔失里|부다시리) (Yuan) (x) (Apprehended and deposed by the Yuan emissaries.)
 
7 Jan 1344 - 25 Dec 1348 Wang Heun
Mongolian name: Badma dorji
posthumous name: Hyeonhyo daewang (changed to Chungmok wang)
25 Dec 1348 - 26 Oct 1351 Wang Jeo
Mongolian name: Čösgam dorji
posthumous name: Chungjeong wang
26 Oct 1351 - 27 Oct 1374 Wang Gi (changed to Wang Jeon) [2]
Mongolian name: Bayan Temür
posthumous name: Gongmin inmun uimu yongji myeonryeol gyeonghyo daewang
27 Oct 1374 - ? ? 1388 Wang U
? ? 1388 - 2 Dec 1389 Wang Chang
2 Dec 1389 - 31 Jul 1392 Wang Yo
posthumous name: Gongyang wang

[1] tbd
[2] 18 Dec 1362 - ? ? 1363 Wang ? (in dissidence)
  Mongolian name: Taš Temür
  known by his princely style: Deokheung-gun
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