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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
The name of the starship is likely a reference to the South Korean educator Lee Yeong-gwang, who is famous for writing about the pain and trials of youth.
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The name of the starship is likely a reference to the South Korean poet Lee Yeong-gwang, who is famous for writing about the pain and trials of youth.
   
 
== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==

Revision as of 17:02, 9 January 2019

Yeong-Gwang
Type Spacecraft
Featured In Skyward

The Yeong-Gwang was a ship in the old fleet which carried humanity to Detritus.

The residents and descendants are known as Yeongian, and are mostly ethnically Chinese or Korean.[1]

One of the clans formed after their landing took their hydroponics knowledge and became underground farmers. Bim is from that clan.

Trivia

The name of the starship is likely a reference to the South Korean poet Lee Yeong-gwang, who is famous for writing about the pain and trials of youth.

Notes

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