Wang Jha-ji (Korean: 왕자지; Hanja: 王字之; 1066 – March 30, 1122) was a Korean politician, general, musician and ambassador during the Goryeo dynasty period. He fought deputies to general Yun Gwan and trained seventeen-thousand Jurchen soldiers from 1100 to 1108.
|Died||March 30, 1122 (aged 55–56)|
|Occupation||politician, general and musician, Ambassadors of the Goryeo dynastys.|
|Spouse(s)||Lady Kim Gyungju clean|
|Revised Romanization||Wang Ja-ji|
His first name was Sojung (소중, 紹中), posthumous name Jangsun (장순, 章順), courtesy name was Wonjang (원장, 元長).
He successively filled various government posts, including Jeonjungsogam (전중소감 殿中少監), Yebinsigyeong (예빈시경 禮賓侍卿), Chumilwonjijusa (추밀원지주사 樞密院知奏事).
In 1115 he was appointed to Ibusangseo and envoy to China's Song Dynasty. Thereafter in 1117 he was Jwasangisangsi (좌산기상시 左散騎常侍) and Chumilwondongjisa (추밀원동지사 樞密院同知事). In 1122 he was Ibusangseo (이부상서 吏部尙書), Chamjijungsa (참지정사 參知政事) and Hobupansa (호부판사 戶部判事). He died that year at age 56.
- Namgounchul, 《고려명신전》(김동주 역, 성남 문화원, 2004)
- Wang Jha-ji:Naver (in Korean)
- Wang Jha-ji:Nate (in Korean)
- Wang Jha-ji:britannica (in Korean)
- 왕자지:한국역대인물종합정보 (in Korean)