Kim Seok-ju

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Kim Seok-ju
Letter of Sikam Kim Seok-ju

Kim Seok-ju(김석주, 金錫冑, 1634September 20 1684) was a Confucian scholar, writer and politician of the Korean Joseon Dynasty. He is the elder cousin of Queen Myungsung[1] and paternal first cousin once removed of 19th king Sukjong. His penname was Shigam(식암, 息庵) and Chinese style name was Sabaik(사백, 斯百).

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  • 'Shikamjip'(식암집, 息庵集)
  • 'Beolgo'(별고)
  • 'Haedongsabu'(해동사부, 海東辭賦)
  • 'Shikamyugo'(식암유고, 息菴遺稿)
  • 'Hanggunsooji'(행군수지, 行軍須知)
  • 'Gomunbaiksun'(고문백선, 古文白選)
  • 'Hangoojasu'(한구자수, 韓構字藪)
  • Chunsojhajipseomun(춘소자집 서문, 春沼子集 序文)

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Preceded by
Heo Jeok
Prime minister of Joseon Dynasty
1680
Succeeded by
Kim Soo-hang
Preceded by
Kim Soo-hang
Prime minister of Joseon Dynasty
1683
Succeeded by
Kim Soo-hang

References[change | change source]

  1. wife of 18th king of Joseon Hyunjong

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