Later Sabeol

Husabeol or Later Sabeol was a state during the Later Three Kingdoms of Korea, even though it is not included among the three. It was officially founded by the Silla prince Park Eonchang (朴彦昌 / 박언창; son of Gyeongmyeong of Silla) in 919, and fell to Gyeon Hwon's Hubaekje army in 927. Its capital was at Sangju, in present-day North Gyeongsang province.

Later Sabeol
후사벌 (後沙伐)
919–927
CapitalSabeol
Common languagesKorean
Religion
Korean Buddhism, Korean Confucianism, Korean Taoism, Korean shamanism
GovernmentMonarchy
King 
• 919 - 927
Park Eonchang (朴彦昌 / 박언창) (first and last)
History 
• Establishment
919
• Fall
927
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Silla
Hubaekje
Later Sabeol
Hangul
후사벌
Hanja
後沙伐
Revised RomanizationHu-sabeol
McCune–ReischauerHu-sabeol

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