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Motto: 帆有個開花
Bayukí Kōwa
Our sails bear blossoms
Location of Kyongbak in Essia
Location of Kyongbak in Essia
Capital Kuwangkyo
Official languages Suhigo
Recognised national languages Byon-go
Demonym Kyon
Government Confederate Parliamentary Democratic Semi-Dependency under an Absolute Monarchy
• Kyong
Legislature Hundred Colors
500 BCE
• 2105 estimate
• 2104 census
Currency Kyan (?) (KYN)
Date format dd-mm-yyyy
Driving side right
Calling code +11
Internet TLD 純:

Kyongbak, (Suhigo: 純白, Kyōngbaku; 純鸞國, Kyōngrenkyoku or Kyoungrenkiyoku in xx Byon-go: Korenkyōku), also the Kyong Empire is an archipelagic thallasocracy in far-eastern Essia, comprising the whole Wari, Apayung and Noru archipelagos. It's bordered by sea the nations of Chuwae, Wokuni, Jiaohwa and Kiushan. With all its archipelagos combined, it contains 1,232 islands, in which 614 of them are populated by the Empire's 62 million citizens.

Kyongbak is a Pioneer State, leading Essia in its technological progress and development. It is also one of the most navally dominant powers in Essia, only countered by a fellow power in Antrecia: Belgroden.


From old Suhigo G'uan, pure, light and braks, white


Main article: History of Kyongbak


Kyongbak is an Elective Feudal Absolute Monarchy, led by the Emperor, elected from the Five Great Clans who lead the Imperial States. It also hosts a major number of feudal polities subject to Imperial Authority. The Emperor etáti rules over as the highest liege lord over the noble Colors—the vassal polities and clan-institutions under such authority. However, out of maintenance of worldly mandate, the Emperor etácafi exerts less to no authority over these vassals (thus allowing them full autonomy).

Aside from the Nobility, the Empire hosts a large Bureaucratic system that is responsible for administration of the Empire.

Kyongbak closely follows (albeit mildly deviating from it) on the idea of the Essian Empire.

Monarchy and Ministry

Main article: Emperor of Kyongbak
Main article: Imperial Council

At the helm of the Kyon government is the Emperor (xx, Sumennō). He is regarded as the divine and rightful ruler of the Byong archipelago, ordained by the Great Kings of the land and deemed rightful by the spirits of the sky to be the leader and the symbol of unity and solidarity of the nations that the Empire rules over.

Legislature and Nobility

Main article: Hataden

The Hataden is the official legislative body of the Kyon Banner. Originally formed from a gathering of feudal lords and tribal chiefs in the post-Warring States period, the Taigikai has developed into an official Imperial institution in its own right, representing the collective authority of the vassal nobility that etácafi is equal to the Emperor's government.

Foreign relations

Kyongbak has a heightened military, economic and diplomatic prestige and power among its sphere of influence due to its status as a great power. It maintains its own colonial empire which includes large parts of northern Atasen, islands in Vaikala and vassalhoods in the Apayung islands. It also holds some influence in the Hallegian Neutral Zone.


Main article: Great Imperial Sails



Main article: Kyon people

The Empire regards and presents itself as a culturally diverse nation, With the home islands containing 300 indigenous ethnic groups (which are then grouped into five supergroups by the imperial government): the Myon (primarily consisting of the Byong, Syumin and Wonin), Ajayau (primarily consisting of the Lahud, Paikeya, Kororo and Nawan), Jujin (mainly consisting of the Makh, Kaynah and Gurdel tribes), Sarag and Umai (considered an offshoot of thr Myon group, consisting of the Kojin, Byogo and Aizen). While it is true that it is ethnically diverse, the Umai and Myon are the culturally dominant groups, especially when pertaining to mainstream Kyon society as a whole.



Main article: Tenkyō

Culture and Society

Main article: Myon people
Main article: Culture of Kyongbak


Aesthetics and Literature