Kim Jong-jik

Joseon philosopher & civil servant (1431 – 1492)

Kim Jong-jik (Korean: 김종직, hanja:金宗直, June 1431 - August 19, 1492) was a Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, and soldier of the Korean Joseon Dynasty. His pen name was Jeompiljae (점필재, 佔畢齋). His style names were Gyeon (계온, 季溫) and Hyogwan (효관, 孝盥). Majority header and Ideological, academic ancestors of Sarim party (士林, 사림).

After death, his rider Appointment paper
  • Jeompiljaejip (점필재집)
  • Cheonggupunga (청구풍아, 靑丘風雅)
  • Dongmunsu (동문수, 東文粹)
  • Danghuilgi (당후일기)
  • Yuduyurok (유두유록, 遊頭流錄)
  • Gihaengrok (기행록, 紀行錄)
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