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Invented in 1591 by Li Soon Sin, the Turtle ship, also known as Geobukseon or Kobukson, was a type of large warship belonging to the Panokseon class in Korea that was used intermittently by the Royal Korean Navy during the Joseon Dynasty from the early 15th century up until the 19th century | Ripley's Believe It or Not!

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Painting of geobukseon turtle ship and panokseon

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Photo from Korea FB site. In 1974, a pair of gold pendants, called geumjesusik (금제수식, 金製垂飾), was discovered in the ancient tomb of King Michu (262-284), the 13th monarch of the Silla Kingdom (57 B.C.-A.D. 935), in Hwangnam-dong, Gyeongju. These pendants are seen as the most flamboyant ever discovered in an ancient Silla tomb in Gyeongju. Find out how it looks:

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Fashion changes of Choseon-Dynasty hanbok per century. 개인적으론 15c, 19c가 제일 예쁜듯..

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Image 2: The Turtle Ships of Medieval Korea. While the Japanese had firearms, Korean technology had developed far past Japan’s due to their contact with China. The key to the turtle ship’s power were its heavy cannon, about a dozen mounted on each side. The Japanese, who never mounted guns on a boat or ship, preferred to get in close and board the ship, fighting in hand to hand combat.

전주부성 풍남문은 조선시대 전라감영의 소재지였던 전주를 둘러싼 성곽의 남쪽 출입문으로, 성벽이 헐린 후 유일하게 남아있는 전주 4대문 중 하나다. 선조 30년(1597) 정유재란 때 파괴된 것을

서울의 4대문 안은 명당 기운과 함께 권력의 기운도 강하다. 그림은 ‘한양도’.