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Why was Goguryeo able to expand rapidly under Gwanggaeto's rule?
While watching a Korean drama called Gwanggaeto, the Great Conqueror and seeing how the king is praised by Koreans, I am curious to know what historical factors led to Kokuryŏ being able to conquer ...
Aug 25 '12 at 8:24
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