Bukbuyeo Prensi ve Gori-guk Hükümdarı
Go Jin, Bukbuyeo'nun ilk dört Dangun'unun yönetimi altında Bukbuyeo generali olarak hizmet etti. Büyük yeğeni Go Uru'nun yönetimi altındayken Amrok Nehri bölgesinin batısında kalan bölgedeki Gori-guk'un hükümdarlığını vererek onu onurlandırdı. İleriki yaşlarında Go Jin, Gori-guk'a hükmetti ve Wiman Joseon'a kralı Ugeo'yu öldürünceye kadar saldırdı. Go Jin'in yerine oğlu ve ondan sonra da torunu geçti.
Go Jin'in büyük torunu Jumong, en sonunda Bukbuyeo'nun 7. Dangun'u ve Goguryeo'nun kurucusu oldu.
Go Jin was the second son of Bukbuyeo's founder Haemosu, and was also a prince of this kingdom. Go Jin was the king of Gori-guk (고리국, 藁離國), which was the kingdom that Haemosu ruled before founding Bukbuyeo in 239 BCE.
Prince of Bukbuyeo and Ruler of Gori-guk
Go Jin served as a general of Bukbuyeo under the reign of the first four Danguns of Bukbuyeo. Under his grandnephew Go Uru of Buyeo, he was given the honor of becoming ruler of Gori-guk, which was located in the western Amrok River region. At an advanced age, Go Jin ruled Gori-guk and attacked Wiman Joseon and its ruler Ugeo until he died. Go Jin was succeeded by his son and grandson after him.
Go Jin's great-grandson, Jumong, eventually becomes the 7th Dangun of Bukbuyeo and the founder of Goguryeo, which can be considered a successor-state to Gori-guk as well.