|Jilji of Geumgwan Gaya|
질지왕 or 금질왕
銍知王 or 金銍王
|Revised Romanization||Jilji wang or Geumjil wang|
|McCune–Reischauer||Chilji wang or Kŭmjil wang|
A passage in the Samguk Yusa indicates that he built a Buddhist temple for the ancestral queen Heo Hwang-ok on the spot where she and King Suro were married. He called the temple Wanghusa ("the Queen's temple", 王后寺) and provided it with ten gyeol of stipend land. The temple reportedly endured for five hundred years. A gyeol or kyŏl (결 or 結), varied in size from 2.2 acres to 9 acres (8,903–36,422 m2) depending upon the fertility of the land.
- Ilyeon also provides the alternate dates 435–477.
- Ilyeon (1972), p. 168.
- Palais, James B. (1996), Confucian Statecraft & Korean Institutions: Yu Hyŏngwŏn and the Late Chosŏn Dynasty, Seattle: University of Washington Press, ISBN 9780295805115, p. 363