Bok-hui 복희 (伏羲). ?–3413 BCE. Also referred to as Great Bright Bok-hui. In China’s mythology, he was an early Chinese emperor born with a snake’s body. But he was actually the last son of the fifth emperor, Tae-u-ui (태우의 太虞儀) of Korea’s Baedal Dynasty (3898–2333 BCE).
According to the Book of Change, he was the father of civilization and the first person to draw the I Ching trigrams. His name is also romanized as Fuxi or Fu-hsi.