Queen Jiso (지소태후 ) (? - 574) was a Korean honorary queen and regent. She was the spouse of prince Galmunwang Ipjong (입종 갈문왕) and the queen mother of king Jinheung of Silla. She acted as Regent during the minority of her son between 540 and 551.

FamilyEdit

  • Grandfather: Jijeung of Silla (437–514) (r. 500–514)
  • Grandmother: Queen Yeonje of the Park Clan (연제부인박씨)
  • Father: King Beopheung of Silla (r. 514–540 AD)
  • Mother: Queen Kim of the Kim clan (조생부인 김씨)
  • Spouses:
    • Galmunwang Ipjong, the son of King Jijeung of Silla
    • Yi Hwarang (이화랑), 4th Pungwolju
      • Daughter: Madame Manho (만호태후)
      • Son-in-law: Crown Prince Dongryun (동륜태자) (? - 572)
        • Grandson: Jinpyeong of Silla (567? – 632, reign 579 – 632) –was the 26th king of the Silla
        • Grandson: Jinjeong Gamulwang ( 진정 갈문왕)
        • Grandson: Jianan Gamulwang (진안 갈문왕)
    • Kim Isabu (이사부)
      • Son: Lord Sejong (世宗公 세종공, ?–588), 6th Pungwolju (561-568, 572)[1]
      • Daughter: Princess Sukmyeong (숙명궁주) (? - 603)
    • Park Yeong-sil (박영실)
      • Daughter: Princess Hwanghwa (황화공주)
      • Daughter: Princess Songhwa (송화공주
        • Son-in-law: Galmunwang Bokseung
          • Grandson: Kim Horim (김호림)
          • Granddaughter: Madame Horin ( 호린부인)
    • Gu Jin (구진)

Popular cultureEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ married Lady Mishil
  • Lee, Soyoung; Leidy, Denise Patry (2013). Silla: Korea's Golden Kingdom. [S.l.]: Metropolitan Museum of Art, ISBN 9781588395023