|Queen consort of Goryeo|
|Tenure||1351 - 1365|
|Successor||Royal Consort Sun-Bi|
|Died||8 March 1365|
Kingdom of Goryeo
|Spouse||King Gongmin of Goryeo|
|Revised Romanization||Noguk Daejang Gongju|
|McCune-Reischauer||Nokuk Taechang Kongchu|
|Revised Romanization||Indeok Wanghu|
|Korean Personal Name|
|Revised Romanization||Wang Gajin|
She was the queen of the reformist monarch, King Gongmin. Although she was a Mongolian princess, Queen Noguk always supported Goryeo and her husband. The marriage was described as happy.
Despite the close relationship between King Gongmin and her, they were childless. Queen Noguk became pregnant fifteen years after marriage, but died in 1365 from complications related to the childbirth.
After her death, King Gongmin became indifferent to politics and entrusted a great task to the Buddhist monk, Pyeonjo, who was executed in 1371. King Gongmin was killed in his sleep by Hong Ryun (), Choe Man-saeng (), and others in 1374.
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