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Transcript of king Sejong
2) His Accomplishments
3) His Death
4) The reason why he is important
5) The reason why I chose him
6) Conclusion Basic Information The main purpose of his inventions was focused on his citizens' comfortable daily lives. His Death Diseases(stroke, urinary stone)
Stroke got worse -> Made his son to do the work instead of him from 1445
April 8,1450, He passed away.
He's buried with his wife Queen So-hun. Conclusion We have his day called Hangul day on Oct 9 but nowadays, people think it's just a holiday and don't know about him well. I think we should think about him and be thankful to him. I was happy to study about him again by making this presentation. Sejong the Great Name: Sejong the Great ( Do Lee)
Birthday: May 15,1397
Birthplace: Hansung, Josun (Seoul, Korea)
Family: 3rd son of Queen Wonkyong and King
Taejong, the 3rd king of Josun
Habit: Reading books despite of eye diseases
How did he become a king: When he was twelve,
he became Grand Prince Choong-Nyung.
Eldest Prince Yang-Nyung: he behaved badly on purpose
Second Prince Hyo-Ryung: became a monk a b 1445 1420- established
Hall of Worthies
made a book
about it 1433- made
Young-Sil Jang to
Ja-Kyuk-Lu so that he
standardized the time
of Josun 1441- Let Young-Sil
Jang to make a
1443- made Hangul
with the scholars 1446- after 3 years
testing Hangul, he
spread it to his
citizens His tomb is
'Young-leung' Why is he important? No Korean language now
we would probably be using Chinese which means we could lose the certainty of our nationality.
People in Josun couldn't understand it though the King said something important on the paper which means there's no communication between them. Bibliography 1) Encyclopedia of World History, Vol II, P362 Sejong, Edited by Marsha E. Ackermann, Michael J. Schroeder, Janice J. Terry, Jiu-Hwa Lo Upshur, Mark F. Whitters, ISBN 978-0-8160-6386-4
2)<<책한권으로 읽는 세종대왕실록>>(Learning Sejong Silok in one book) ISBN 10 – 890107754X
3) Kim Jeong Su(1990), <<한글의 역사와 미래>>(History and Future of Hangul) ISBN 10 – 8930107230