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The epics in Book 1 include the followings:-
[Book I Heaven]
I. King Kim Suro
The Birth of King Kim Suro
1. Leaders of Gaya
2. King Kim Suro Ascended to the Throne of Kimgwan Gaya
3. Challengers Coming from Oversea 4. Power Contests
6. Creating Swords
7. The Last Bout
8. Swearing Brotherhood
9. Alliance with a Maritime Power through Marriage
1. The Royal Family of Ayuta
2. Shaohao, Kimcheon (Gold Heaven)Family, and King Kim Suro
4. Good Match
II. Nigigi-no-Mikoto and Princes of Gaya
Migrations to the ancient archipelagos of Japan
1. Princes of Kimgwan Gaya
2. Priestess Yong-Nyeo and General Jo-Seok
3. Seven Princes
4. Priestess Yong-Nyeo in Daema Island
Enthronement of Ninigino Mikoto
1. Dreams of Seven Princes
2. Building the Strategies
3. The Long and Great March
4. Princes Arrived at Hyuga
5. The Advent of a Heavenly Descendant
6. Enthronement of Ninigino Mikoto
III. Gods of Wa (Ancient Japan)
1. Where the Sun Rises
2. Izanagi and Izanami, Founding God and Goddess of Wa
3. Goddess Amaterasu and God Susano-O
5. Yazuka, Seok Talhae and Sukunabikona
6. Nigi-Hayahi-no Mikoto
1. Prince Itsuse-Biko Fell
2. The allied forces of Yamatai-Koku and Toma-Koku
3. Iware-Biko’s Subjugation of Yamato 4. Jim-Mu Tenno
5. I-Yo Succeeded Himiko
V. Jumong, Founder of Goguryeo
1.Prince Jumong Running Out of East Buyeo
2. Princess Soseono of Jolbon Buyeo
3. King Jumong and Queen Soseono Work Hard
to Expand Goguryeo
4. The Voucher
5. Queen Soseono’s Choice
6. Great Star Fell
7. Founding Baekje
VI. Other Leaders on the Oriental Corridor
1. Umi (Sea)-Sachi (Strong Man) and Yama (Mountain)-Sachi
2. Qin Shi Huang and Herbs for Immortality
3. Prince Yeono-Rang and Princess Sei-O-Nyeo
4. Prince Wi-Kutae of Buyeo and Princess Himi of Liaodong.
5. Baekje and Yamatai Alliance
6. Seok Wu-Ro Sacrificed Himself to Wa to Save his Country
7. King Mi-Cheon Strengthened Goguryeo with Chang-Jo-Ri
VII. Sujin Tenno and Yamato-Takeru
1. Sujin Tenno, O-Tata-Neko,
General Kibitsu-Hiko (Momotaro)
3. Azuma-Haya (My sweetheart)
4. Empress Jin-Gu
VIII. King Go-I and Geun-Cho-Go
1. Reorganization of Government and Enactment of Ranks
2. Prince Buyeo-Gu
3. Seven-Branched Sword
IX. Ajikgi, and Wang-In
3. Wang-In’s New School
4. The Yamato Dynasty after Tenno O-Jin
X. King Gwanggaeto, The Great
1. Battles in the North
2. Goguryeo rose again after they lost their King in alliance with King Fu-Jian of Former Qin
3. Sun-Do came to Gook-Nae Castle of Goguryeo to propagate Buddhism
4. King So-Su-Lim installed laws and regulations to rule his country righteously.
5. Prince Dam-Deok, later King Gwanggaeto the Great, and Sun-Do as his mentor
6. Expansion of Goguryeo
7. Prince Silseong of Seorabeol became a hostage of Goguryeo
8. Alliance of Seorabeol and Goguryeo
9. The misfortune of Silseong staying as a hostage
10. Wars burst and Silseong ascended to the throne of Seorabeol
11. Surrender of King A-Shin of Baekje
12. Mang-Bu-Seok (Rock of Yearning for Husband) and Bak Je-Sang
13. The Great King passed away. His successor constructed a memorial site.
XI. King Jangsu succeeded King Gwanggaeto keeping the hegemon of Goguryeo in Northeastern Asia.
1. The Vigor of the Heaven Lake of Mt. Baek-Du
2. King Gaero of Baekje ridiculing the wife of Domi
3. King Jangsu and Monk Dorim allured King Gaero of Baekje to ruin.
4. Goguryeo became a big country in the Far East
XII. The renovation of Silla by Kings Jijeung and Beobheung, and Ichadon’s
contribution to Buddhism
1. Renovation of Silla
2. King Beobheung (Law-Promotion) and Buddhism
3. To Obtain the Recognition of Buddhism
XIII. King Dongseong of Baekje reconstructing his country
1. King Dongseong to recover Baekje
XIV. King Guhyeong yielded Kimgwan Gaya to Silla, and Wureuk’s effort of inventing Gaya-geum, to integrate the subjects of Great Gaya
1. Kimgwan Gaya Collapsed.
2. The Contribution of Kimgwan Gaya and restoration meeting of Sa-Bi
3. Wureuk and Gaya-Geum (12 chorded Korean harp)
4. King Jinheung (Real Rise) of Silla and Wureuk
XV. The Death of King Seong of Baekje
1. The Battle of Gwansan
XVI. O-Kimi (Great King) and Powerful Families of Yamato
1. Attachment of Yamato to Mimana
2. Fierce Ruler Wakatakeru, Tenno Yuryaku
3. Change of the Dynasty
4. The End of the Kawa-Chi Dynasty and the Start of a New Kingdom
XVII. Mishil, a peerless heroine and enchantress in the history of Silla, and her love with Sadaham.
1. Mishil, a mistress to grow attractive.
2. Sadaham goes to the battle against Great Gaya
3. Another lesson of Okjin on the scripture of Su-Nu.
4. Mishil grasped the royal court and Hwa-Rang (Knights) of Silla.
5. Mishil led the dethronement of King Jinji.
XVIII. Ondal, the Fool, and Princess Pyonggang
1. Ondal, the Fool
2. Prince Heungan’s venture
3. Ondal died in the battle with Silla.
XIX. Seodong, King Mu of Baekje
1. Seodong (Yam-Child) Song
XX. Buddhist Priest Won-Gwang and Five Commandments for Commons World
1. Won-Gwang, a Buddhist priest
2. Five Commandments for Common World
3. Hwa-Rangs of Silla practicing the Five Commandments
XXI. Emperor Wen of Sui and the first War between Goguryeo and Sui
1. Emperor Wen of Sui (21 July 541 – 13 August 604), Yang Jian
3. The first Goguryeo-Sui war and General Gang Ishik of Goguryeo
XXII. People assisting Emperor Wen and Yang of Sui
1. People assisting Emperor Wen at the side
2. Yang Guang, King of Jin, ascends to Emperor Yang of Sui
3. Yang Su and Emperor Yang of Sui
4. Sui Yangdi, extremely extravagant
XXIII. General Eulji Mundeok of Goguryeo and the second Goguryeo-Sui war
1. Eulji Mundeok, the Illustrious General Unprecedented
2. Sweeping Battle of the Sal Su
3. Sui did not give up the conquest of Goguryeo, resulting in failure.
XXIV. Yamato Dynasty entering the Ritsuryo Era, an era based on legal codes. Crown Prince Shotoku led the Reformation.
1. Soga-no Umako Taking the Leadership of Yamato Polity.
2. Yamato-no Aya and Hatsusebe, the tragic Tenno
3. Prince Umayado
4. The Seventeen Articles of the Constitution
XXV. Kim Yushin, Great General of Silla who led the unification of the Han (Korean) Peninsula.
1. Gaya Forces United with Silla Royal Family
2. A child inherited the energy of Planets Mars and Saturn.
3. Kim Yushin and Kim Choonchu
XXVI. Li Yuan, the Founding Emperor of the Tang Dynasty, and Li Shimin, Taizong
1. Li Yuan, the Founding Emperor of the Tang Dynasty.
2. The Upheaval of Xuanwumen (North Gate)
3 The Reign of Zhenguan, flourished era economically and militarily of Tang Taizong
XXVII. Queen Seondeok, Kim Choonchu, and Kim Yushin of Silla. Yeon Gaesomun of Gogureyo.
1. Princess Deokman became the First Female Ruler of Silla.
2. Yeon Gaesomun became Dae-Makriji (Prime Minister) of Goguryeo, and Kim Chunchu crisscrossed for a coalition in Goguryeo.
XXVIII. Soga-no Iruka,
1. The Close Relationship of Baekje and Yamato in the Seventh Century
XXIX. Heated Competition of Yeon Gaesomun and Li Shimin
1. Battles between Li Shimin, Taizong of Tang and Yeon Gaesomun, Makriji of Goguryeo.
2. The siege of Anshi Castle
XXX. King Uija of Baekje, Fall of Baekje and Daika Reform of Yamato, Gaozong and Wu Zetian of Tang
1. The Tragedy of King Uija
2. Battle of Hwangsan Field and Nakhwa-Am (Rock of Falling Flowers)
3. The Taika Reforms of Yamato
4. People endeavoring to reconstruct Baekje
XXXI. The fall of Goguryeo. Yeon Namsaeng and his brothers.
1. Yeon Gaesomun passed away.
2. Battles of Silla and Tang
3. Tang left the Han Peninsula unified by Silla
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