[Paju] Paju Jangneung
- Address90, Jangneung-ro, Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do
- InformationPaju-si Office of Cultural Heritage Administration : (033)941-4208
- Hours of usePrivate
- PublishedDecember 1, 2014
- RevisedDecember 5, 2016
The unrevealed tomb of the 16th king of Joseon, King Injo and his queen, Queen Inyeol
The Jangneung Royal Tomb is located in Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do. For preservation reasons, this royal tomb is not open to the general public. This is the mausoleum of King Injo (1595-1649, reign 1623-1649), the 16th King of the Joseon Dynasty, and Queen Inyeol.
King Injo, the grandson of King Seonjo, took the throne in 1623 after having overthrown the previous king, Gwanghaegun, in a military revolt. He was challenged several times during his long reign of 27 years. During his reign, King Injo faced challenges from two foreign invasions in 1627 (Jeongmyohoran) and 1637 (Byeongjahoran). He had to send his two sons as captives to China.
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