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1250 CE - 1600 CE: Wako pirates cause mayhem in East Asia.
1367 CE: Korea sends an embassy to Japan requesting action be taken against the wako pirates.
1380 CE: Choe Muson leads a successful Korean attack against a large wako pirate fleet at the mouth of the Kum River.
1389 CE: The Korean navy attacks the wako pirate bases on Tsushima Island in Japan.
1419 CE: The Korean navy attacks for a second time the wako pirate bases on Tsushima Island in Japan.
1443 CE: The Japanese and Korean governments sign the Treaty of Kyehae which permits legitimate trade with the intention of weakening the wako pirates.
1544 CE: Wako pirates launch significant rids on Korean ports.
1557 CE: Ming dynasty forces capture the wako pirate chief Wang Chih.
1592 CE: The Japanese military leader Toyotomi Hideyoshi permanently weakens the wako pirates.