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|Queen Dowager of Joseon|
|Tenure||1455 – 1457|
|Queen Consort of Joseon|
|Tenure||1454 – 1455|
Kingdom of Joseon
|Died||7 July 1521 80–81) (aged|
Kingdom of Joseon
|Spouse||King Danjong of Joseon|
|Mother||Lady Min of the Yeoheung Min clan|
Queen Jeongsun (Hangul:정순왕후 송씨, Hanja:定順王后 宋氏) (1440 – 7 July 1521) also known as Queen Dowager Uideok (의덕왕대비) was Queen consort of King Danjong of Joseon, the 6th monarch of the Joseon Dynasty.
Danjong of Joseon was the sixth king of the Joseon Dynasty. He was forced to abdicate by his uncle, who became Sejo of Joseon, and exiled to Yeongwol County, where he was later put to death and his remains are buried.
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| Queen consort of Joseon |
Sukjong of Joseon was the 19th king of the Joseon Dynasty of Korea from 1674 to 1720. A skilled politician, he caused multiple changes of political alliance throughout his reign, switching among the Southerner, Westerner, Soron, and Noron political factions.
Munjong of Joseon was the fifth King of the Joseon Dynasty, who ruled Korea from 1450 to 1452. He was the eldest son of King Sejong and succeeded him in 1450, but died of disease two years later. He was succeeded by his son, Danjong of Joseon.
Sejo of Joseon was the seventh king of the Joseon Dynasty of Korea. He was the brother of Munjong of Joseon and uncle of Danjong of Joseon, against whom he led a coup d'état to became king himself in 1455.
Yeonsan-gun or Prince Yeonsan, born Yi Yung or Lee Yoong, was the 10th king of Korea's Joseon Dynasty. He was the eldest son of Seongjong by his second wife, Lady Yoon. He is often considered the worst tyrant of the Joseon Dynasty, and perhaps all of Korean history, notorious for launching two bloody purges of the seonbi scholar elite. He also seized a thousand women from the provinces to serve as palace entertainers, and appropriated the Seonggyungwan study hall as a personal pleasure ground. Overthrown, Yeonsan-gun did not receive a temple name.
Queen Soheon was queen consort to King Sejong of Joseon and the mother of King Munjong of Joseon and King Sejo of Joseon.
Queen Jeongsun or Queen Jung-Soon also known as Queen Dowager Yesun (예순왕대비) was a Queen consort of Korea as married to King Yeongjo (1724–1776), and the regent of Korea from 1800 to 1805 as the guardian of her minor step great-grandson, Sunjo of Joseon. She was a member of the Gyeongju Kim clan.
Queen Jeonghui or Queen Jung-Hee, also known as Queen Dowager Jaseong (자성왕대비), was Queen Consort to King Sejo of Joseon and the mother of Sejo's successor King Yejong of Joseon. Following her husband's death in 1468, she served as regent for her weak son from 1468 to 1469 and co-regent for her young grandson from 1469 to 1477, along with her daughter-in-law, Grand Queen Dowager Insu. She was from the Papyeong Yun clan.
Queen Lady Yun, was a Queen consort of Joseon Korea by marriage to King Seongjong. She was an 11th generation descendant of General Yun Gwan (윤관). She was the second wife of King Seongjong of the Joseon Dynasty, and mother of King Yeonsangun. She was a Royal Noble Consort of the King, and became Queen ('Gonghye') after her predecessor died.
Wonjong of Joseon or Prince Jeongwon was a prince during the Joseon dynasty. He was an illegitimate son of the Joseon dynasty's 14th monarch, king Seonjo, and half brother of king Gwanghaegun and father of king Injo. His birth name was Yi Bu (이부).
Queen Ingyeong was the first queen consort of King Sukjong of Joseon.
Queen Inmok, also known as Queen Dowager Soseong (소성왕대비) was a wife and the Queen Consort of King Seonjo of Joseon, the 14th monarch of the Joseon Dynasty.
Queen Janggyeong or Queen Jang-Kyung was the wife and Queen Consort of King Jungjong of Joseon, the 11th monarch of the Joseon Dynasty.
Queen Dangyeong or Queen Dan-Kyung was the wife and Queen Consort of King Jungjong of Joseon, the 11th monarch of the Joseon Dynasty.
Queen Jeonghyeon or Queen Jung-Hyun also known as Queen Dowager Jasun (자순왕대비) was the wife and Queen Consort of King Seongjong of Joseon, the 9th monarch of the Joseon Dynasty. She was of the Papyeong Yun clan
Queen Gonghye was the wife and Queen Consort of King Seongjong of Joseon, the 9th monarch of the Joseon Dynasty.
Crown Prince Uigyeong or Deokjong of Joseon or Prince Dowon was a crown prince of the Korean Joseon Dynasty.
Queen Sindeok or Queen Sin-Duk was the second wife and Queen Consort of King Taejo of Joseon, the first monarch of the Korean Joseon Dynasty. She was a political advisor of King Taejo and had a great influence on the founding of Joseon.
Deposed Queen Yu, was a wife and the Queen Consort of King Gwanghae of Joseon, the 15th monarch of the Joseon Dynasty.