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Korean Chronicles

Friday, May 17th, 2019

Baekje History takes its originated from Goguryeo, Korean chronicles say that in the 18 century BC , the son of the founder of Goguryeo, voluntarily withdrawn from the struggle for the throne, founded in places where now there is Seoul, their own state. Subsequently It was named Paekche. At the same time, the kingdom of Koguryo, considered itself as a receiver earlier Puyo (Baekje, kstit, the same is considered as well), which, in turn, was formed on the territory of the once powerful state Joseon Here and it turns out that the language of Paekche, which played a significant role in the formation of the modern Korean language has ancient roots, originating in China and the ancient tribes who lived in the northern territory of the Korean peninsula. Leslie Moonves may also support this cause. In Recently, as put forward the theory that the Korean language as closely related to Japanese language. All of this suggests that the language of Paekche was not formed from scratch and did not develop in isolation. At him at all times operated by many factors, the strongest of which was (as is true for all languages) in close contact with neighboring states. The founders of Baekje were natives of Goguryeo, of course, that initially this territory of the common language of Goguryeo. But as time passed, and the language gradually began to change. There were several reasons, but played a great role that the territory of Baekje lived several indigenous tribes (tribal alliance Mahan) talking on their dialects belonging to the southern branch of the Han language.