Ha Ryun (January 22, 1348 – November 24, 1416[1]), also spelled as Ha Yun, was a Joseon politician and Neo-Confucian scholar, educator, and writer. He served as Chief State Councillor during the reign of King Taejong from 1408 to 1409, from 1409 to 1412 and again from 1414–1415. He was from the Jinju Ha clan (진주 하씨, 晋州 河氏).[2]

Ha Ryun
하륜
Chief State Councillor
In office
May 6, 1414 – June 13, 1415
Preceded bySeong Seok-rin
Succeeded bySeong Seok-rin
In office
November 17, 1409 – September 26, 1412
Preceded byYi Seo
Succeeded bySeong Seok-rin
In office
March 8, 1408 – September 18, 1409
Preceded byYi Hwa, Grand Prince Uian
Succeeded byYi Seo
Left State Councillor
In office
September 1412 – May 6, 1414
Preceded bySeong Seok-rin
Succeeded byNam Jae
In office
February 14, 1405 – August 6, 1407
Preceded byJo Jun
Succeeded bySeong Seok-rin
In office
October 30, 1402 – July 12, 1404
Preceded byKim Sa-hyeong
Succeeded byJo Jun
Right State Councillor
In office
September 25, 1400 – April 14, 1401
Preceded byMin Je
Succeeded byYi Seo
Personal details
Born(1348-01-22)January 22, 1348
DiedNovember 24, 1416(1416-11-24) (aged 68)
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationHa Ryun
McCune–ReischauerHa Ryun
Pen name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationHojeong
McCune–ReischauerHojŏng
Courtesy name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationDaerim, Jungrim
McCune–ReischauerDaerim, Chungrim
A commemoration plaque for Ha Ryun at Jinju Castlel, where he was born

FamilyEdit

  • Father - Ha Yun-rin (하윤린, 河允潾) (? - 1394)
    • Grandfather - Ha Sa-won (하시원, 河侍源) (? - 1360)
    • Grandmother - Lady Jeong of the Jinju Jeong clan (증 정경부인 진주 정씨, 贈 貞敬夫人 晉州 鄭氏); daughter of Jeong Gyun (정균, 鄭均)
  • Mother - Princess Consort Jinhanguk of the Jinju Kang clan (증 진한국대부인 진주 강씨, 贈 辰韓國大夫人 晋州 姜氏) (? - 1380)
    • Grandfather - Kang Seung-yu (강승유, 姜承裕)
  • Wife and children
    • Princess Consort Jinhanguk of the Seongju Yi clan (진한국대부인 성주 이씨, 辰韓國大夫人 星州 李氏); daughter of Yi In-mi (이인미, 李仁美)
      • Son - Ha Gu (하구, 河久) (1380 - 1417
      • Daughter - Lady Ha of the Jinju Ha clan (진주 하씨, 晋州 河氏)
        • Son-in-law - Hong Seob (홍섭, 洪涉)
      • Daughter - Lady Ha of the Jinju Ha clan (진주 하씨, 晋州 河氏)
        • Son-in-law - Yi Seung-gan (이승간, 李承幹) (1416 - 1417)

WorksEdit

  • Hojungjip (호정집 浩亭集)
  • Samguksaryak (삼국사략 三國史略)
  • Donggukyakun (동국약운 東國略韻)
  • Dongguksaryak (동국사략 東國史略)
  • Doinsongdojigok (도인송도지곡 都人頌禱之曲)
  • Sumyungmyung (수명명 受明命; 1402)
  • Sungdukgha (성덕가 聖德歌; 1402)

Popular cultureEdit

Portrayed by Nam Sung Jin in the 2021-2022 KBS1 TV series "The King of Tears, Lee Bang Won".

See alsoEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ In Lunar Calendar, Ha was born on 22 December 1347 and died on 6 November 1416
  2. ^ The clan was also known as the Jinyang Ha clan (진양 하씨, 晋陽 河氏)
  • Kim Haboush, JaHyun and Martina Deuchler (1999). Culture and the State in Late Chosŏn Korea. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. ISBN 9780674179820; OCLC 40926015
  • Lee, Peter H. (1993). Sourcebook of Korean Civilization, Vol. 1. New York: Columbia University Press. ISBN 9780231079129; ISBN 9780231079143; ISBN 9780231104449; OCLC 26353271
  • Noh, Daehwan. "The Eclectic Development of Neo-Confucianism and Statecraft from the 18th to the 19th Century," Korea Journal. Winter 2003.