Pohai

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Pohai

(ˌpəʊˈhaɪ)
n
(Placename) a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Bohai

Bo•hai

(ˈbɔˈhaɪ)

n.
an arm of the Yellow Sea in NE China. Also, Pohai.
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Eun-Guk Kim, "Parhae myolmanui vonin," Parhae konguk 1300 chunyon (698-926), Seoul: Hakyonmunhvansa, 1999, 119-40.
806-866), who in 833-35 undertook a state mission to Parhae (Bohai), in
the last Chinese commandery conquered by Koguryo); 313-668 (Three Kingdoms Period: till the fall of Paekje [660] and Koguryo [668] to the combined forces of Silla and Tang China, the Chinese expelled in 676); 668-936 (Unified Silla; the kingdom of Parhae in the northern part, former Koguryo, from 698 to 926); 936-1392 (Silla succeeded by Koryo); 1392-1910 (Choson, until annexed by Japan in 1910).
Tiempo despues, las relaciones tributarias amistosas entre Sila y Tang fueron restablecidas, pero ello acontecio luego del surgimiento en el territorio de Manchuria de un poderoso reino conocido como Parhae (Parje 697-925), situacion que obligo a acometer una accion conjunta con el fin de contener el posible embate de este nuevo Estado.