Gyeon Singeom (Korean: 견신검; Hanja: 甄神劍; ? – September 936, r. 15 November 935 – 936) was the second and final king of Hubaekje, one of the Later Three Kingdoms of Korea. He came to the throne after conspiring with his two brothers, Yanggeom and Yonggeom, to overthrow their father Gyeon Hwon and kill the anointed heir, their younger half-brother Geumgang.
|Crown Prince Gyeonseong|
(왕태자 견성, 王太子 甄成)
|King of Later Baekje|
|Reign||15 November 935 – 936|
|Coronation||15 November 935|
(Taejo of Goryeo as the 1st King of Goryeo)
Jeolla-do, Kingdom of Goryeo
|House||House of Gyeon (Hwanggan Gyeon clan)|
|Revised Romanization||Gyeon Singeom|
King Taejo of Goryeo deemed that the plot was the work of Singeom's brothers, and granted Singeom a noble title. Accounts vary as to whether Yanggeom and Yonggeom were sent into exile or slain.
- In Lunar calendar.
- In Lunar calendar, he reigned on 17 October 935 – September 936.
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