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Korean-Turkic connection


clock03-29-2010, 12:33 AM
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Gyeongju Kim clan have existed since the Silla era and is now the biggest clan in Korea. It was founded by a Turkic ancestor of Xiongnu (Eastern Hun) ethnicty.



Jin Midi or Kim Iljae (134 BC-86 BC) (Traditional Chinese: 金日磾/Hangul: 김일제/Revised Romanization: Kim Iljae), courtesy name Wengshu (翁叔Wink, formally Marquess Jing of Du (秺敬侯Wink, was a prominent official of the Chinese dynasty Han Dynasty of Xiongnu ethnicity. He served as coregent early in the reign of Emperor Zhao of Han, and his descendants would later migrate to the neighboring kingdom of Shilla (modern-day Korea), where they would establish the Gyeongju Kim clan, and rule for much of its near-1000 year existence.



Korean progeny

Various sources cite Kim Alji, a direct descendant of Kim Iljae, as the progenitor of the Gyeongju Kim clan, during the time of Shilla.



After the death of Jin Midi, his descendants' power in the Han court became increasingly influential. Rival court officials began to target the Jin family by using the family's Xiongnu origins against it. A major power struggle began and lasted until Wang Mang's death. The Jin family married into Wang Mang's family, and a daughter of the Jin family became one of Wang Mang's favorite wives. Through this connection with Wang Mang and his Xin Dynasty, the Jin family became ever more powerful. After the overthrow of Wang Mang and the Xin Dynasty by Liu Xiu (Emperor Guangwu of Han) in 25, the Jin family fled China as a result of the change of dynasties. The Jin (pronounced Kim in Korean) family fled to the Korean Peninsula, where the descendants of Gojoseon lived.



Gojoseon and the Xiongnu people were of the same Ural-Altaic language root and people, and therefore, they were able to enter Goguryeo and migrate down to Shilla. Finding refuge in Gyeongju, the capital of Shilla, the Kim family would eventually rise to prominence within the Shillan royal court.



According to legend, in the year 65 CE, an infant Kim Alji was discovered in Sirim and adopted by King Talhae of Shilla. The legend is interpreted as King Talhae accepting Kim Alji into his court, after his family's flight from China. Records show Kim Alji's influence rose to great heights in the royal court, and with Talhae's passing was offered the throne. Although Alji declined, six generations later in the year 262, his direct descendant would be crowned as the 13th King, Michu of Shilla. He would be the first of the Kim family, in the shift of power away from the Bak and Seok clans, to become the fully designated ruler of the kingdom, where the power would remain for much of the kingdom's near-thousand year existence.



Sources

Book of Han, vol. 68.

Zizhi Tongjian, vols. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23.

Han Ji, vols. 13, 15, 16[1].

http://www.yangco.net/new0822/?doc=b......11&wr_id=55

http://daedongc.co.kr/read.php3?no=217§ion=11









In fact I read this further and most Kim clans have a common Turkic ancestor of Xiongnu ethnicity, where some descendants of Kim Iljae even established Gaya. This means nearly all people with surname Kim have a Turkic ancestor.
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