Silla restoration movement


Silla restoration movement

Infobox Korean name
hangul=신라부흥운동
hanja=新羅復興運動
rr=Silla Buheung Undong
mr=Silla Puhǔng Undong

The Silla restoration movement refers to a series of uprisings in Yeongnam province of Korea in the middle Goryeo dynasty. These were part of a pattern of revolts aimed at restoring one of the old Three Kingdoms of Korea which took place across Korea in the 12th century. Representative Silla restoration revolts include those led by Yi Ui-min in 1186 and by Kim Sa-mi in 1193.

ee also

*History of Korea
*Military history of Korea
*List of Korea-related topics
*Later Three Kingdoms of Korea


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