Age of Lazurite Glossary

Age of Lazurite Glossary

Last Updated Jul 14.2016


Azhi Batu (阿只拔都): Leader of Japanese pirates that raided Cholla Province

Azhi Taibiao (阿只臺猋): Son of Azhi Batu

Cao Mengyi (曹蒙乙): Commander of the Left Army of the Capital (左軍都統使), perished in battle to a Japanese pirate ambush

Cao Min (曹敏): Lieutenant, Cao Mengyi’s son. Followed him into battle against the Japanese pirates and perished

Cao Xiu (曹修): Cao Mengyi’s son. Followed him into battle against the Japanese pirates and perished

Cao Zhong (曹忠): Servant in Cao family

Hui Qin (慧勤法師): Zen monk from Korea at the Daguan Temple at Beiping

Hui Ren (慧忍法師): Monk who gave Master Zichao the tower of glass 30 years ago

Hai Shou (海壽): Eunuch assigned to Lotus

Jeong Jongsong (鄭宗誠): Son of Jeong Mongju (鄭夢周), civil minister who wholeheartedly supported the last Goryeo king and killed by King Taejo. Brothers with Jeong Jongbon (鄭宗本) and Jeong Jong (鄭宗)

Li Chenggui (李成桂): King Taejo of Korea

Li Fangshuo (李芳碩): Eldest son and Crown Prince of Korea.

Li Fangyuan (李芳遠): Fifth son of King Taejo. Grew up with Lotus

Cao Lotus (蓮花): Daughter in Cao family, later bestowed with the name of Princess Yi Ning (宜寧), Lee Lotus

Shan Xi (善喜): Maid in Cao family

Minister Yoon (尹議郎): Korean official sent to ransom back the bodies of the Cao family males

Nan Huo (南豁): Administrative commander of the Security Council (知密直司事)

Zhao Ke (趙克): Sergeant accompanying Lotus to the Imperial Court

Zhao Pang (趙胖): Messenger sent to the Chinese Imperial Court to request troops against the Japanese pirates
Zheng Tidao: sanggung of Gyeongbok Palace

Zhi Kong (梵僧指空): Monk from India at the Daguan Temple at Beiping

Zichao (自超): Eminent monk who’s taught Lotus the principles of Buddhism and Zen since small
Chinese Imperial Court

Bei Erzhi (孛兒只): Assistant to the Privy Council (樞密院副使)

Emperor Hongwu (朱元璋): 70 years old and current Emperor of China. King Taejo wanted to offer Lotus to him in the beginning

Yun Wen (允炆): Crown prince, royal grandson of the Chinese emperor at the beginning of the story.

Zheng Jin (禮部尚書鄭謹): Minister of Rites in Chinese Imperial Court

Zhu Gaochi (朱棣, 朱高熾): Prince Yan (燕王), fourth son of the emperor

Zhu Gui (朱桂): Prince Dai, 13th son of the emperor


Soren Timur (索林貼木兒): One of the Mongol generals who ruled part of the Gobi desert. His men captured Lotus en route to the chinese imperial court. Belonging to the old Mongol Yuan Dynasty


Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism (朝鮮曹溪宗): Representative order of Korean Buddhism

Minister of Rites (禮部): In the Chinese Imperial Court

Imperial Ranks

Sanggung: Maid in charge of imperial palace

Locations in China

Daguan Temple (大觀寺): Temple in Beiping(北平)

East Harbor (東港): Chinese harbor on the opposite side of Xinyi Crossing

Tieling (鐵嶺): A place of contended land between the King of Goryeo and Emperor Hongwu
Locations in Korea

Anguk Temple (安國寺)

Cholla province (全羅道): Province that saw a lot of raids from Japanese pirates

Geunjeongjeon Hall (勤政殿): Hall in which king grants formal audiences

Gyeongbok Palace (景福宮)

Gyotaejeon Hall (交泰殿): Residence of the Joseon royal consort

Gwanghwamun (化門大): Main door of the Gyeongbok Palace

Heungnyemun (虹霓門): Second inner door of the Gyeongbok Palace

Imjim Lake (長興湖)

Kaesong City (開城)

North Cholla Province (全羅北道): Land where Japanese pirates have laid claim

Pochon Temple (法泉寺):

Sajeongjeon Hall (思政殿): Main executive office used by the king

Xinyi Crossing (新義渡): Korean naval base on the Duck Green River, located on the west in a bay

Mt. Yongxing (永興山): Mountain with springs on it that Lotus visited when she was small