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1200 BCE: The thatched village of Hunam-ri near the Han River of Korea is built.
1000 BCE: The dolmens on Korea's Ganghwa Island are set up.
57 BCE - 668 CE: Three Kingdoms Period in Korea (Silla, Goguryeo, and Baekje).
357 CE: The tomb of Tong Shou, last ruler of Taebang is built near Pyongyang, Korea.
525 CE: The tomb of King Muryeong of Baekje is built near Gongju, Korea.
552 CE: A new town is built on the Taesongsan hill, Pyongyang with 7 km of fortification walls which had 20 gates and towers.
668 CE - 935 CE: Unified Silla Kingdom in Korea.
751 CE - 790 CE: The Buddhist Bulguksa temple complex is built east of Gyeongju, Korea.
751 CE: The Seokgatap stone pagoda is built at the Bulguksa temple, Gyeongju, Korea.
751 CE: The Dabotap stone pagoda is built at the Bulguksa temple, Gyeongju, Korea.
751 CE - 774 CE: The Buddhist cave temple at Seokguram (Sokkuram) east of Gyeongju, Korea is built.
918 CE - 1392 CE: The Goryeo Dynasty rules in Korea.
996 CE: The first Korean coins are minted by the Goryeo Dynasty.