The Goguryeo–Wei War was a series of invasions of the proto-Korean kingdom of Goguryeo from 244 to 245 by the Chinese state of Cao Wei.The invasions, a retaliation against a Goguryeo raid in 242, destroyed the Goguryeo capital of Hwando, sent its king fleeing, and broke the tributary relationships between Goguryeo and the other tribes of Korea that formed much of Goguryeo's economy.

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  • The Goguryeo–Wei War was a series of invasions of the proto-Korean kingdom of Goguryeo from 244 to 245 by the Chinese state of Cao Wei.The invasions, a retaliation against a Goguryeo raid in 242, destroyed the Goguryeo capital of Hwando, sent its king fleeing, and broke the tributary relationships between Goguryeo and the other tribes of Korea that formed much of Goguryeo's economy. Although the king evaded capture and eventually settled in a new capital, Goguryeo was reduced to such insignificance that for half a century there was no mention of the state in Chinese historical texts.By the time Goguryeo reappeared in Chinese annals, the state had evolved into a much more powerful political entity—thus the Wei invasion was identified by historians as a watershed moment in Goguryeo history that divided the different stages of Goguryeo's growth. In addition, the second campaign of the war included the furthest expedition into Manchuria by a Chinese army up to that time and was therefore instrumental in providing the earliest descriptions of the peoples who lived there. (en)
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  • 6,000?
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  • Ye
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  • Decisive Cao Wei victory
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  • The Goguryeo–Wei War was a series of invasions of the proto-Korean kingdom of Goguryeo from 244 to 245 by the Chinese state of Cao Wei.The invasions, a retaliation against a Goguryeo raid in 242, destroyed the Goguryeo capital of Hwando, sent its king fleeing, and broke the tributary relationships between Goguryeo and the other tribes of Korea that formed much of Goguryeo's economy. (en)
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