Shin Suk-ju

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Shin suk-ju

Shin Suk-ju (1417 - June 21, 1475) was a Neo-Confucian scholar, politician and diplomat, linguist, and painter during the Korean Joseon Dynasty. His cousin was Deposed Queen Lady Yun[1] His pen name was Huihyundang (희현당, 希賢堂), Bohanjae (보한재, 保閑齋), Chinese style name was Beomong (범옹, 泛翁).

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  • Bohanjaejip(보한재집, 保閑齋集)
  • Saseongtonggo(사성통고, 四聲通攷)
  • Nongsanchukmokseo(농산축목서)
  • Bukjungrok(북정록 北征錄)
  • Haedongjegukgi(해동제국기 海東諸國記)

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