Balhae Timeline

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  • 668 CE - 935 CE
  • 698 CE - 926 CE
    The Balhae kingdom rules in Manchuria and northern Korea.
  • 698 CE - 719 CE
    Reign of Balhae's founder and first king Dae Jo-yeong (Tae Choyong).
  • 719 CE - 737 CE
    Reign of king Mu in the Balhae kingdom.
  • 732 CE
    Balhae attacks by sea the Chinese port of Dengzhou.
  • 755 CE
    Balhae establishes its capital at Sanggyong.
  • 818 CE - 830 CE
    Reign of Balhae king Dae Insu (aka King Seong).
  • 818 CE - 830 CE
    Balhae enjoys its greatest period of prosperity under Dae Insu (aka King Seong).
  • 926 CE
    The Mongolian Khitan conquer Balhae.

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668 CE - 935 CE: Unified Silla Kingdom in Korea.
 
698 CE - 926 CE: The Balhae kingdom rules in Manchuria and northern Korea.
 
 
698 CE - 719 CE: Reign of Balhae's founder and first king Dae Jo-yeong (Tae Choyong).
 
 
719 CE - 737 CE: Reign of king Mu in the Balhae kingdom.
 
 
732 CE: Balhae attacks by sea the Chinese port of Dengzhou.
 
 
755 CE: Balhae establishes its capital at Sanggyong.
 
 
818 CE - 830 CE: Reign of Balhae king Dae Insu (aka King Seong).
 
 
818 CE - 830 CE: Balhae enjoys its greatest period of prosperity under Dae Insu (aka King Seong).
 
 
926 CE: The Mongolian Khitan conquer Balhae.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
660 CE 700 CE 740 CE 780 CE 820 CE 860 CE 900 CE

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