Let's not do "Magnus"es[fontem recensere]
I'll remove the "Magnus" for the time being. If anyone is really cross, the first thing to do is to find a reliable Latin source in which he is called "Magnus"; then we could put it back.
The apparent footnote reference seems meaningless. I took it out. If a reference was intended to something real, I suggest adding a link.
The category "Rex Coreae" was badly formed. We use plurals in category names, and we prefer a category to have at least four members. I've deleted that too, but as soon as we have pages for a couple more Korean kings, it can be re-created as "Reges Coreae".
- We'll follow your lead.--Jondel 14:01, 11 Ianuarii 2011 (UTC)
- Secundum en, aptissimus commentarius est "List of monarchs of Korea," et categoriae accommodatae sunt "Korean royalty, "Korean rulers," "Lists of Korean people," et "Lists of monarchs," sed non "Korean kings." ¶ In commentario de abecedario Coreano, quis est Sejong Magnus Joseon? IacobusAmor 14:09, 11 Ianuarii 2011 (UTC)