Jun of Gojoseon
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|Jun of Gojoseon|
|Revised Romanization||Jun Wang|
Overthrowing and exile into MahanEdit
Wiman entered Gojoseon as a refugee, and submitted to King Jun. Jun granted Wiman's request to serve as a commander of the western borders in Beonjoseon. However, sometime around 194 BC or 193 BC, Wiman led a revolt, and followed Jun down into Mahan territory, which encompassed the Korean peninsula.
Jun's last surname is uncertain. While some people say Ki some people say Han. Cheongju Han clan claims to be a direct descendant of him.