The Immigrants from Baekje and Japan in 7th-8th Century -Forcusing on the Establishment of Kudaranokonikishiuji and the Early Stage of the Litsuryo State-
After the fall of Baekje(660), the situation of the East Asia rapidly began to change. Since the restoration movement of Baekje had ailed with the defeat of Baek-river battles(663), a lot of Beakje people went to the Japan(Wae). The Kudaranokonikishiuji(Baekje's Wang Family) whose ancestor is Sunkwang(Zenko), are the most noted among the immigrants from Baekje. The changes of their characteristics and activities are seen in the Japanese historic records. Though Sunkwang who presumes to be one of the sons of King Uija, had stayed in Japan before the failure of Baekje, his families' status was changed with the foundation of the Litsuryo State. After he and his descendants were given Kudaranokonikishi as their family name and rank by Japan, they settled down to Japan. They were respected as the Baekje royal family before the Kudaranokonikishi were given them. they slowly settled down to Japan after it. Though Kudaranokonikishiji in the early stage of the Litsuryo State, didn't leave any special achievements, they presumes to settle down to Japan as upper class government officers with their origin and abilities and to prepare the ground for their descendants.
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