Lady Sogwangjuwon of the Wang clan (Korean: 소광주원부인 왕씨; Hanja: 小廣州院夫人 王氏; lit. 'Lady of the Little Gwangju Courtyard') or known as Lady Ham (Korean: 함씨부인; Hanja: 咸氏 夫人) was the daughter of Wang-Gyu who became the 17th wife of Taejo of Goryeo and bore him a son, Prince Gwangjuwon. Her older sister became Taejo's 16th wife and her younger sister became Hyejong's 2nd wife. After Taejo's death, Wang-Gyu was the person who was in charge of the important task of proclaiming Taejo to the inside and outside dynasties and later tried to assassinate Hyejong just to put his only grandson of the throne, but was failed and got executed in September 945.
|Royal Consort of Goryeo|
|Spouse||Taejo of Goryeo|
|House||Yanggeun Ham or Wang? (by birth)|
House of Wang (by marriage)
|Revised Romanization||Sogwangjuwon Buin|
Meanwhile, some scholars have mixed interpretations of Wang-Gyu's role and speculated if her son was killed because of her father's rebellion case. In fact, in most cases, the daughters of a rebels were also destroyed or killed together and it was speculated that she and her sisters also faced the same fate.