Yeonan Kim Clan
|Yeonan Kim clan|
|Current region||Yonan County|
The Yeonan Kim clan (Korean연안 김씨延安金氏) is a Korean clan. Their Bon-gwan is in Yonan County, South Hwanghae Province. Their founder was Kim Seom-han (Korean김섬한金暹漢) who was a descendant of Gim Al-ji.In 2015, the number of the Yeonan Kim clan was 93,382.
National Folklore Cultural Heritage
In the mid-16th century, the Jikganggong branch of the Yeonan Kim Clan settled in Yeonggwang County after Kim Se-gong was appointed governor. In 1868, their family head house was built according to feng shui. Samhyomun, its outer gate was gifted by King Gojong to praise three generations of filial piety. The signboard was said to have been personally written by Prince Imperial Heung, the older brother of King Gojong.
Maegandang Historic House
|Classification||National Folklore Cultural Heritage 234|
|Name of Cultural Properties||Maegandang Historic House, Yeonggwang|
|Age||King Gojong of Joseon Period|
|Address||83-1, Donggangil 2-gil, Gunnam-myeon, Yeonggwang-gun, Jeollanam-do|
- Kim Jeon
- Kim Geun-sa
- Kim Ik
- Kim Jae-chan
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