Chi ha sposato Queen Jiso?

Imjo sposò Queen Jiso .

Isabu sposò Queen Jiso .

Queen Jiso

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Queen Jiso (지소태후) (? - 574) was a Korean honorary queen. She was the spouse of prince Galmunwang Ipjong (입종 갈문왕) and the queen mother of king Jinheung of Silla.

 
 
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Imjo

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입종 갈문왕(立宗葛文王, ? ~ 537년) 또는 사부지 갈문왕(徙夫智葛文王 · 徙夫知葛文王)은 신라 시대의 왕족이다. 지증왕의 아들이고, 법흥왕의 아우이자 사위이며, 진흥왕 · 숙흘종의 아버지이다.

《삼국사기》와 《삼국유사》 등의 문헌에서는 갈문왕입종(葛文王立宗)으로 칭해진다. 한편 신라 당시의 금석문인 〈울진봉평리신라비〉에서는 사부지갈문왕(徙夫智葛文王), 〈울주천전리각석〉 원명과 추명에서는 사탁부갈문왕(沙喙部葛文王) · 사부지갈문왕(徙夫知葛文王)으로 칭해진다.

 
 

Queen Jiso

 
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Isabu

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Isabu was a military general and politician of Silla during the 6th century. According to Samguk Sagi, he is the fourth generation descendant of Naemul of Silla. He was also known as Taejong. He is best remembered today for his role in subjugating the island nation of Usan-guk, which is believed to be the disputed Liancourt Rocks (Dokdo in Korean, Takeshima in Japanese). Usan-guk is the modern-day Ulleungdo, an island located in Sea of Japan (East Sea). Although frequently referred to as "Isabu", his family name is written as Kim in the Samguk Sagi. He was the 4th generation descendant of King Naemul, which also provides direct proof that his family name was Kim. But in Samguk Yusa, his name is Park I-Jong (朴伊宗).

 
 

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