Order of Ahn Bang-jun's Posthumous name Denominate's

An Bangjun (July 20, 1573 – November 13, 1654) was one of the Neo-Confucian scholars, politicians and writers of the Korean Joseon Dynasty and he was a people's Militia leader during the Japanese invasions of Korea.[1][2]

An Bangjun
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationAn Bangjun
McCune–ReischauerAn Pangchun
Pen name
Hangul
은봉, 우산
Hanja
Revised RomanizationEunbong, Usan
McCune–ReischauerŬnbong, Usan
Courtesy name
Hangul
사언
Hanja
Revised RomanizationSaeon
McCune–ReischauerSaŏn

His nicknames were Usan and Eunbong, a Chinese style name was Saeon.[3]

He was born and died in Boseong, South Jeonla.

WorksEdit

  • 'Eunbongjeonseo' (은봉전서, 隱峰全書)
  • 'Samwongisa' (삼원기사, 三寃記事)
  • 'Gimyoyujeoknoralsusa' (기묘유적노랄수사, 己卯遺蹟老辣瀡辭)
  • 'Sawoogamgyerok' (사우감계록, 師友鑑戒錄)
  • 'Honjeongrok' (혼정록, 混定錄)
  • 'Honjeongpyunrok' (혼정편록, 混定編錄)
  • 'Maehwanmoondap' (매환문답, 買還問答)
  • 'Hanguishinpyun' (항의신편, 抗義新編)
  • 'Leedaewonjeon' (이대원전, 李大源傳)
  • 'Honamuibyungrok' (호남의병록, 湖南義兵錄)
  • 'Boosangisa' (부산기사, 釜山記事)
  • 'Noryanggisa' (노량기사, 露粱記事)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Ahn Bang-jun(in Korean)
  2. ^ Ahn Bang-jun(in Korean)
  3. ^ Ahn Bang-jun(in Korean)
 
Letter of An Bangjun