Haedong Jegukgi or Records of Countries Across the Sea to the East is a fifteenth-century Korean text on relations between Joseon, Japan, and the Ryūkyū Kingdom. Compiled by government officials c. 1470–71, it was presented to King Seongjong early in 1472; though this manuscript is now lost, an expanded printed version of 1512 is still extant. This later printed version includes a chronicle of the Emperors of Japan, a gazetteer of Japan, and maps of Japan and Ryūkyū.
|Revised Romanization||Haedong jegung gi|
|McCune–Reischauer||Haedong chegung ki|
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