How the borders of Korea changed in the Middle Ages

How the borders of Korea changed in the Middle Ages

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Tracking the rise and fall of different kingdoms in medieval Korea, plus other videos about the period.

This month Prussian Mapping released this map of the history of Korea, starting in ancient times, which includes the many states that could be found in the country during the first millennium CE.

The Dragon Historian has also created this video that focuses on the Three Kingdoms period of Korea, between 562 and 676, which deals with the struggle between the Goguryeo, Silla, and Baekje states.

You can also watch several other good videos about medieval Korea. The first is from Epimetheus, who created this look at the country’s history:

and finally: The Daily Life of the King through the Chosun Dynasty Annals


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