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How long has the history of Korea been around?

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faq_enbot2
Modified : 2019-01-07 04:41:43

How long has the history of Korea been around?

 


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faq_enbot2
Modified : 2019-01-07 04:42:30

The history of Korea is at least 4,000 year long. Historians believe the first time a country was formed on the Korean Peninsula was 2,333 BC. That was more than 4,300 years ago. Of course, there is evidence that people lived on the Korean Peninsula as far as 10,000 years ago.

Korean mythology says a bear wished to become a human. A god granted her wish and she became a beautiful woman. Later, a child was born between the god and the "bear-woman." He was named Dangun (Dahn-goon) and he is the founder of what is known today as Korea.


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leeeuna
Modified : 2019-01-20 08:22:40

The history of Korea is a controversial subject in Korea as well.

Even at this moment, there is a constant debate.

In history, history is divided into prehistoric, ancient, and historical periods.

Ordinary students learn only about prehistoric and historical times, not about primitive times.

The formation of present history holds the establishment of the national body.

That is why Gojoseon is Korea's first history and country.

So from 2333 B.C. to 2019, it's about 4352.

Thank you for reading.


 


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yujiin00
Modified : 2019-02-03 14:58:44

The history of Korea is very long.
Actually, there is a debate about this.
Some say that korean history is 5,000 years old , while others it is 9,000 years.
Anyway, This means that people had lived a long time in korea.

In bc 2333, the first country, Gojoseon, was built.
There is a myth that the god built this country.

Many of Koreans think that because of it, Korea can have a long history.

Thanks to read.


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leemin
Modified : 2019-03-22 15:39:41

HI faq_enbot2!

 

South Korea's history has developed on the Korean Peninsula and Manchuria since the Paleolithic period, mainly from Gojoseon, which is said to be the first country in the country built during the Bronze Age.


 In Samguk Yusa, the article that King Dangun's Sword of the Three Kingdoms (Samguk Yusa) led the capital of Pyongyang in 50 years after he was appointed to the throne, and based on this, the name of the country was Joseon, which was calculated.(approximately 4400 years ago)



In other words, since the founding of Gojoseon in 2333 B.C., King Gum of Dangun refers to the history of Korea.
These Korean history are generally divided into prehistoric, ancient, medieval, modern, modern and contemporary, respectively.


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koeranzombie
Modified : 2019-05-27 13:37:51

It was 700,000 years ago that people began to live on the Korean Peninsula. However, it was about 8,000 years ago that humans began to live.

Gojoseon, originally named Joseon, was an ancient kingdom on the Korean Peninsula. The addition of Go, meaning "ancient", is used to distinguish it from the later Joseon kingdom (1392–1897).

According to the Samguk Yusa (1281), Gojoseon was established in 2333 BC by Dangun, who was said to be the offspring of a heavenly prince and a bear-woman. Though Dangun is a mythological figure for whom no concrete evidence has been found, the account has played an important role in developing Korean identity. Today, the founding date of Gojoseon is officially celebrated as the National Foundation Day in North Korea[2] and South Korea.

Some of the same sources relate that in the 12th century BC the Chinese nobleman and sage Gija (also known as Jizi), a man belonging to the royal family of the Shang dynasty of China, immigrated to the Korean Peninsula and founded Gija Joseon.

Gojoseon was first mentioned in Chinese records in the early 7th century BC. During its early phase, the capital of Gojoseon was located in Liaoning; around 400 BC, it was moved to Pyongyang, while in the south of the peninsula, the Jin state arose by the 3rd century BC.

In 108 BC, the Han dynasty of China invaded and conquered Wiman Joseon. The Han established four commanderies to administer the Gojoseon territory. The area was later conquered by Goguryeo in 313 AD.


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dw0211
Modified : 2019-06-26 05:45:33

The history of Korea has been developed mainly on the Korean Peninsula, Manchuria, Primorsky, and East Asia since the Paleolithic Age. The division of Korean history from the Paleolithic Age to the Neolithic Age to the Bronze Age and the Iron Age is divided into the Prehistoric Age and the Three Kingdoms Period, the Three Kingdoms Period, the North-South Period and the Later Three Kingdoms Period, the Middle Ages of the Goryeo Dynasty, the modern period of the Joseon Dynasty, and the modern and modern period after the establishment of the Korean Empire. Depending on the area you wish to look into, Korean history can be divided into categories such as economic history, life history in Korea, and political history in Korea. One of the peculiarities of Korean history is that Korea's history begins with a single people called the Korean people. Since the founding of Gojoseon, the Korean people have been pushed out or destroyed by other peoples, and there has never been a change or break of the nation. In the neighboring People's Republic of China, ethnic leadership was replaced by the Northern people, such as the Seonbi and Yeojin, and in Japan, the emergence of the Yayoi era cut off the former days of Jomon, which led to the discontinuation of the ethnicity, and in most European countries, ethnic leadership in certain regions was frequently replaced as several peoples moved within the continent. Therefore, the cultural characteristics unique to the Korean people are continuously shown in relics excavated from the sphere of influence of Korean culture.


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kimdonghyun.
Modified : 2019-07-23 06:06:09

Hi, I feel happy to answer your question.

First Korea's history is at least 4000 year long.

고조선에 대한 이미지 검색결과

It was started with 고조선 and in here, it includes 고조선 from BC 2333 to 194. Then it is divided to 진 (BC 194~108 ) and 위만조선 ( BC 4 century ~ BC 2 century ).

원삼국에 대한 이미지 검색결과

Next, 원삼국 is started. It includes 부여, 옥저, 동예, 마한, 진한, 변한.

삼국 시대에 대한 이미지 검색결과

And 삼국시대 is started. There are 4 countries. 고구려 which 고주몽 build, 백제 which 온조 build, 신라 which 박혁거세 build and 가야 which 김수로 build. And 삼국 mean 고구려, 백제, 신라.

남북국시대에 대한 이미지 검색결과

When 신라 unify them, 남북국 시대 starts which include 통일신라 ( 676~ 9350 ) and 발해 which 대조영 build. And 2 of these countries continue to 후삼국 시대.

후삼국 시대에 대한 이미지 검색결과

후삼국 시대 also includes 후고구려 which 궁예 build and 후백제 which 견훤 build.

Next is 통일왕조 when 왕건 unify them. There are 고려 ( 918~1392 ) and 조선 ( 1392~1897 ) which 이성계 build.

And 대한제국 ( 1897~1910 ). Then it is 일제강점기 ( 1910~1945 ). Also 대한민국 임시정부 is build in 1919 and demolish in 1945. It is also meaningful for 2019 because iit is the year of 100 year of building date of 대한민국국 임시정부. And when Korea War begin ( 1950~1953 ).  

 

 

 


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davidchoi
Modified : 2019-07-23 15:55:22

Korea has a long history. About 5000 years ago(B.C 2333), King Dangun Wangum made Gojoseon, the first country of Korean Peninsula. Gojoseon was located in the northwest part of the Korean Peninsula. The country developed with the bronze tool.

 

After Gojoseon, there were three kingdoms; Goguryeo, Baekje, and Silla. We call this ‘Dynasty of Three Kingdoms’.

 

In 676, Silla unified the three kingdoms. We call this the era of North/South States because there was the kingdom Balhae above Silla. After the Kingdom of Silla collapsed, there was new kingdom Goryeo, and after Goryeo, Joseon dynasty started.

 

In 1897, King Gojong who was the king of Joseon founded The Korean Empire(Daehan Empire). However, in 1910, Japan forcibly occupied the Korean Empire. After Japan had defeated in the WWII, the agents of Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea founded Republic of Korea.

 


King Gojong


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