Jin - Korea


  • Jin (Korean state) (3rd–2nd centuries BCE, 辰國), in southern Korea
  • Jin (Korean name), (Chen-陳, Jin-晉, Qin- 秦, Zhen-眞) a Korean surname
  • Balhae (698–926), known as Jin kingdom (震國) before 713, a kingdom in northern Korea and Manchuria

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