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What does Koryo stand for?

Koryo stands for Koguryo (Dynasty)


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In 2004 project researchers from the Chinese Academy of Social Science declared that the ancient Korean Kingdom of Koguryo was not an independent kingdom, but a Chinese province.
Beijing's 2004 spat with South Korea over the ancient kingdom of Koguryo -- triggered by a revised historical claim posted on China's Foreign Ministry website that the empire, founded in the Tongge river basin of northern Korea, was Chinese -- was seen as a bid to hedge China's options vis-Ea-vis a potentially unified Korea.
Beijing's 2004 spat with South Korea over the ancient kingdom of Koguryo - triggered by a revised historical claim posted on the Chinese foreign ministry's website that the empire, founded in the Tongge river basin of northern Korea, was Chinese - was seen as an attempt to hedge China's options vis-a-vis a potentially unified Korea.
Beijing's 2004 spat with South Korea over the ancient kingdom of Koguryo - triggered by a revised historical claim posted on the Chinese foreign ministry's Web site that the empire, founded in the Tongge river basin of northern Korea, was Chinese - was seen as an attempt to hedge China's options vis-Ea-vis a potentially unified Korea.