2 edition of Chŏnbuk paengnyŏn found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
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When he refused to repent from his deeds, Sejo argued that it was useless to deny his authority now since Pak had already called himself a "royal servant" and received royal grains from him.
He passed the higher literary examination in 1447, and rose to vice-minister Chŏnbuk paengnyŏn justice under in 1454. Pak, however, denied this and it was indeed discovered that Pak purposefully misspelled words "royal servant" in all of his reports He wrote word meaning "huge" 巨 instead of "royal servant", 臣 and never used royal grains but instead stored them unused in a storage.
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He joined in a plot to overthrow Sejo and restore Danjong in 1456, but the plot was uncovered through the betrayal of fellow plotter.
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Pak continued to serve in high office; he was appointed as governor of in 1455, and again as vice-minister of justice in 1456.