Jurchen people

East Asian Tungusic-speaking peoples who lived in the northeast of China, later known as Manchuria

The Jurchens were a Tungusic people who lived in Manchuria in present-day Northeast China.[1] They were known as Jurchens until the 17th century when they became known as the Manchu.

The Jurchens established the Jin Dynasty.[2] The Jurchen Wanyan Yingge's paternal nephew Wanyan Wuyashu however fought against the Koreans, forcing them to submit and recognize Jurchens as overlords after "pacifying" the border between the Koreans and Jurchens.[3][4][5][6][7][8][9]

The Joseon Dynasty of Korea placed great value on a policy of "neighborly relations" (gyorin or kyorin) with the Jurchen people.[10]

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  1. Twitchett, Herbert Franke et al. (1994). The Cambridge History of China: Alien Regimes and Border States, p. 216.
  2. Holcombe, Charles. (2011). A History of East Asia : from the Origins of Civilization to the Twenty-first Century, p. 129.
  3. Tillman, Hoyt Cleveland (1995). "An Overview of Chin History and Institutions". In Tillman, Hoyt Cleveland; West, Stephen H. (eds.). China Under Jurchen Rule: Essays on Chin Intellectual and Cultural History. SUNY series in Chinese philosophy and culture Suny Series in International Environmental Policy and Theory (illustrated ed.). SUNY Press. p. 27. ISBN 0791422739.
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  10. Chun-gil Kim The History of Korea, pp. 76-77.