Kim Ahn-ro

Kim Ahn-ro (korean: 김안로, hanja: 金安老; 1481 – 27 October 1537) was a Korean Joseon Dynasty politician and scholar. His pen name was Huirakdang, Yongcheon, Toejae, and his customary name was Yisuk. He was from the Yeonan Kim clan.

Kim Ahn-ro
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationGim An-ro
McCune–ReischauerKim An-ro
Pen name
Hangul
희락당, 용천, 퇴재
Hanja
希樂堂, 龍泉, 退齋
Revised RomanizationHuirakdang, Yongcheon, Toejae
McCune–ReischauerHŭiraktang, Yongch'ŏn, T'oejae
Courtesy name
Hangul
이숙
Hanja
頤叔
Revised RomanizationIsuk
McCune–ReischauerIsuk

FamilyEdit

  • Great-Grandfather
    • Kim Hae (김해, 金侅)
  • Grandfather
    • Kim Woo-shin (김우신, 金友臣)
  • Grandmother
    • Lady Lee of the Incheon Lee clan (이천 이씨)
  • Father
    • Kim Heun (김흔, 金訢) (1448 - 1492)
    • Uncle - Kim Sim (김심, 金諶)
    • Uncle - Kim Jeon (김전, 金詮) (1458 - 1523)
    • Aunt - Lady No of the Pungcheon No clan (풍천 노씨)
    • Aunt - Lady Song of the Jincheon Song clan (진천 송씨)
      • Cousin - Kim Ahn-do (김안도, 金安道)[1]
      • Cousin - Kim Ahn-woo (김안우, 金安遇)
      • Cousin - Kim Ahn-soo (김안수, 金安遂)[2]
      • Cousin - Kim Ahn-dal (김안달, 金安達)
  • Mother
    • Lady Yun (윤씨)
      • Grandfather - Yun Ji (윤지, 尹墀)
  • Siblings
    • Older brother - Kim Ahn-se (김안세, 金安世)
    • Older brother - Kim Ahn-jeong (김안정, 金安鼎)
  • Wife and children
    • Lady Chae of the Incheon Chae clan (정경부인 인천 채씨, 貞敬夫人 仁川 蔡氏); daughter of Chae Su (채수, 蔡壽) (25 August 1449 - 12 December 1515)
      • Son - Kim Gi (김기, 金祺)
      • Son - Kim Hui (김희, 金禧) (? - 1531)
        • Daughter-in-law - Yi Ok-ha (이옥하, 李玉荷), Princess Hyohye (효혜공주) (13 June 1511 - 6 May 1531)[3]
          • Granddaughter - Kim Seon-ok (김선옥, 金善玉), Lady Kim of the Yeonan Kim clan (연안 김씨, 延安 金氏) (1531 - ?)
          • Grandson-in-law - Yun Baek-won (윤백원, 尹百源) (1528 - 1589)[4]
      • Daughter - Lady Kim of the Yeonan Kim clan (연안 김씨, 延安 金氏); died prematurely

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Became the great-grandfather of Queen Inmok and the 11th great-grandfather of Kim Su-deok (the wife of Prince Yi Kang)
  2. ^ His daughter married Yun Won-hyeong (the younger brother of Queen Munjeong), but later died from poisoning by his concubine, Jeong Nan-jeong
  3. ^ The daughter of King Jungjong and Queen Janggyeong; older sister of King Injong
  4. ^ A nephew of Queen Munjeong