In times of Chinese division, Korean Kingdoms had friendly relations with neighboring states-exchange of embassies, honorific titles bestowed by the Chinese emperors, and the absence of large-scale conflicts. But, when China became unified with various states, which had been equal to Koguryo, within the territory, becoming a powerful empire, the balance broke down.
|Kŭnch'ogo/Paekche||Jin court||General Stabilizing the East and Administrator-General of Lelang.|
|Kuishin/Paekche||Song dynasty||"Great General Stabilizing the East."|
|Piyu/Paekche||Song dynasty||"Great General Stabilizing the East."|
|Muryeong/Paekche||Liang Dynasty||"Great General Tranquilizing the East" Ning-dong da-jiang-jun|
|Seong/Paekche||Liang Dynasty||Sui-dong jiang-jun|
|Wideok/Paekche||Northern Qi||Duke of Daifang commandery|
|King San of Wa||Emperor Wu-di of Liu-Song (Song-shu)||unidentified rank in A.D. 421.|
|King Chên [Zhen] of Wa||Emperor Wen-di (A.D. 424-453) of Liu-Song (Song-shu)||General Who Maintains Peace in the East [Andong jiang-jun]|
|King Sai of Wa||Emperor Wen-di (A.D. 424-453) of Liu-Song (Song-shu)|| |
An-dong jiang-jun in A.D. 443
General Who Maintains
|son of King Sai||An-dong jiang-jun|
|King Bu of Wa|| An-dong da-jiangjun,|
Commanding All Military Affairs in the Six Countries of Wa, Silla, Imna, Kara , Chin-han and Ma-han , King of Wa in A.D. 478.
According to Sakamoto (quoted by Hirano, 1977), the rulers of Yamato were placed below the kings of Koguryeo and Paekche because when King was given the title
of An-dong jiang-jun in A.D. 462, according to Song-shu, the king of Koguryeo [Changsu: A.D. 413-491] bore the title of Zheng-dong jiang-jun and the king of Paekche [Cheonji: A.D. 405-420] Zhen-dong da-jiang-jun.