|Jwaji of Geumgwan Gaya|
좌지왕, 김질왕, or 김토
坐知王, 金叱王, or 金吐
|Revised Romanization||Jwaji wang or Gimjil wang|
|McCune–Reischauer||Chwaji wang or Kimjil wang|
The Samguk yusa reports that he appointed the relatives of a favoured concubine (yong nyeo, 傭女) to high office, and that this led to political trouble. Furthermore, Silla took advantage of the kingdom's vulnerability and invaded. After the courtier Pak Won-do (朴元道) remonstrated with him, the king went to a fortuneteller, who read him an I Ching passage which indicated that he should destroy the heart of the problem. At that, he sent the concubine into exile and returned proper order to the court.
- Ilyeon (1972). Samguk Yusa, tr. by Ha, Tae-Hung and Mintz, Grafton K. Seoul: Yonsei University Press. ISBN 89-7141-017-5.