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Samguk Sagi

Samguk Sagi (삼국사기; 三國史記) or the Historical Record of the Three Kingdoms is a historical record of the three Korean kingdoms[?]: Koguryo, Paekche[?] and Silla[?], written in Classical Chinese and compiled by the Korean historian Kim Pusik[?] in 1146.

The 50 volumes are:

The title nomenclature was influenced by the Chinese historical texts Records of the Great Historian by Sima Qian and Chronicles of the Three Kingdoms by Chen Shou[?].

See also: Samguk Yusa[?]

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