Kim Jong-jik

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In this Korean name, the family name is Kim.
After death, his rider Appointment paper

Kim Jong-jik (Korean: 김종직, hanja:金宗直, June 1431 - August 19, 1492) was a Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, and soldier of the Korean Joseon Dynastys. a pen name was Jeomphiljae(점필재, 佔畢齋), Chinese style name was Gyeon(계온, 季溫)·Hyogwan(효관, 孝盥). Majority header and Ideological, academic ancestors of Sarim party(士林, 사림).

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  • Jeomphiljaejip (점필재집)
  • Chunggupungah (청구풍아, 靑丘風雅)
  • Dongmunsoo (동문수, 東文粹)
  • DanghooIlgi (당후일기)
  • YudooYurok (유두유록, 遊頭流錄)
  • Gihaengrok (기행록, 紀行錄)

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