Daehwa

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State of Daehwa

대화국(大華國)
784–888
Royal flag and standard of Daehwa.
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Motto: "For the monarchy and the glory of the kingdom"
Map of Daehwa's territorial assets around 850 AC. Note its possessions in modern-day northeastern Zhenia.
Map of Daehwa's territories around 850 AC.
StatusSovereign state
CapitalDaedo (784-798)
Chungju (798-888)
Common languagesZhenian
Religion
Zhenian Wuism
Demonym(s)Daehwanese
GovernmentAbsolute monarchy
King 
• 784-791
Gojo
• 887-888
Munjong
Historical eraMedieval era
• Jin-Kharlin Wars
761-804
• Establishment
784
841-844
• Dynastic revolution by Li Juwon
888
Area
844630,000 km2 (240,000 sq mi)
Population
• 844
8700000
CurrencyDaehwanese coins, paper bills
Preceded by
Succeeded by
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Daehwa (Seomun: 大華, Jinmun: 대화), formally the State of Daehwa (Seomun: 大華國, Jinmun: 대화국) was a Zhenian kingdom that existed in the Danguk Peninsula from 784 to 888 AC, in the eastern section of what is now Zhenia.

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