Kanroku ［観勒］ (n.d.) (; Kor Kwallŭk): A priest of Paekche, an ancient state on the Korean Peninsula, who went to Japan in 602. He lived at Hōkō-ji temple in Asuka. He introduced the teachings of the Three Treatises ( Sanron) and the Establishment of Truth (Jōjitsu) schools, as well as works relating to the calendar, astronomy, and geography. In 624 the imperial court gave him the title administrator of priests. It was the first time this title was bestowed in Japan. See also administrator of priests.