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    Korean Y-DNA on TheYtree as of April 28, 2023

    1/368 D-CTS131
    2/368 D-M116.1 > D-CTS1897
    1/368 D-M116.1 > D-M125 > D-Z18556
    1/368 D-M116.1 > D-M125 > D-IMS-JST022457
    1/368 D-M116.1 > D-M125 > D-IMS-JST022457 > D-FT312195
    1/368 D-M116.1 > D-M125 > D-IMS-JST022457 > D-BY77272
    7/368 = 1.90% D-M64.1 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found D-M174 in 18/706 = 2.55% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    1/368 C-CTS6678 > C-MZ191
    1/368 C-CTS6678 > C-Z7972 > C-Y170130
    1/368 C-CTS6678 > C-Z7972 > C-Y245709
    3/368 = 0.82% C-CTS6678 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found C-RPS4Y711(xM217) in 2/706 = 0.28% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    1/368 C-L1373 [This is a sample obtained from a specimen from the Daejuk-ri site in Seosan.]
    3/368 C-L1373 > C-F3447 > C-Y163913 > C-Y165510
    2/368 C-L1373 > C-F3447 > C-Y163913 > C-ACT1984
    1/368 C-L1373 > C-F3447 > C-F4032 > C-Y176542
    1/368 C-L1373 > C-F3447 > C-F4032 > C-F3830 > C-TYT115909
    8/368 = 2.17% C-L1373 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found C-L1373 in 5/706 = 0.71% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    2/368 C-F845 > C-CTS10923*
    1/368 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-Y171022
    1/368 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-TYT127768
    1/368 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-FGC7938
    1/368 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-Y81413
    2/368 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-FGC39587 > C-FGC39599(xFGC39603)
    1/368 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-FGC39587 > C-FGC39599 > C-FGC39603
    1/368 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-F5477 > C-TYT97360
    2/368 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-F5477 > C-F9533 > C-SK1039
    1/368 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-F5477 > C-F9533 > C-Y83141
    13/368 = 3.53% C-F845 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found C-F845 in 17/706 = 2.41% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    3/368 C-F3895 > C-F1319 > C-Y155167
    1/368 C-F3895 > C-F1319 > C-F9765 > C-TYT181799
    1/368 C-F3895 > C-F1319 > C-F9765 > C-Y41495(xC-TYT14162)
    1/368 C-F3895 > C-F1319 > C-F9765 > C-Y41495 > C-TYT14162
    6/368 = 1.63% C-F1319 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found C-Z1300 > C-Z8440 in 17/706 = 2.41% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon. C-F1319 is the most common subclade of C2-M217 in China as a whole.)

    1/368 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-A14901*
    1/368 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-A14901 > C-Y104202
    2/368 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-A14901 > C-TYT142055 > C-TYT126673(xY11295)
    1/368 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-A14901 > C-TYT142055 > C-TYT126673 > C-Y11295*
    1/368 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-A14901 > C-TYT142055 > C-TYT126673 > C-Y11295 > C-TYT12491
    4/368 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-A14901 > C-TYT142055 > C-TYT126673 > C-Y11295 > C-A9244 > C-FT144718 [TMRCA 1700 ybp. There are actually five Korean samples tabulated under this clade, but two of them are clearly either duplicates or brothers, so I have counted them as one.]
    10/368 = 2.72% C-CTS2657 > C-A14901 total

    1/368 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 > C-CTS8579 > C-Y23185
    1/368 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 > C-CTS8579 > C-F7940 > C-FGC57989
    4/368 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 > C-CTS8579 > C-F7940 > C-M10371 [TMRCA 730 ybp. Three of these individuals are from Ulsan.]
    2/368 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 > C-F20457 > C-Y86025*
    1/368 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 > C-F20457 > C-Y86025 > C-TYT108958
    1/368 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 > C-F20457 > C-Y86025 > C-Y103824
    10/368 = 2.72% C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 total
    20/368 = 5.43% C-CTS2657 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found C-CTS2657 in 50/706 = 7.08% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)
    39/368 = 10.60% C-F978 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found C-Z1338/C-JST002613-27 in 84/706 = 11.90% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)
    47/368 = 12.77% C2-M217 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found C2-M217 in 89/706 = 12.61% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    1/368 Q-M120(xY647) [This is GUC001, a sample from a specimen discovered in a jar burial in Dangbuk-ri, Gunsan and dated to 475 - 660 AD.]
    1/368 Q-M120 > Q-Y647 > Q-FT9308 > Q-TYT302905 [This individual is from Ulsan.]
    1/386 Q-M120 > Q-Y647 > Q-F1626 [This is GUC003, a sample obtained from a specimen discovered in a jar burial in Dangbuk-ri, Gunsan and dated to 475 - 660 AD.]
    1/386 Q-M120 > Q-Y647 > Q-F1626 > Q-MF1647
    2/386 Q-M120 > Q-Y647 > Q-F1626 > Q-BY130647 [TMRCA 490 ybp]
    1/386 Q-M120 > Q-Y647 > Q-F1626 > Q-Y558 > Q-YP6137 [This is GUC002, a sample obtained from a specimen discovered in a jar burial in Dangbuk-ri, Gunsan and dated to 475 - 660 AD.]
    1/386 Q-M120 > Q-Y647 > Q-F1626 > Q-Y558 > Q-Y165580
    8/368 = 2.17% Q-M120 total [Three of these are from jar burials in Dangbuk-ri, Gunsan. Park et al. 2012 have found Q-M242 in 12/573 = 2.1% of a sample from Seoul and 1/133 = 0.8% of a sample from Daejeon.]

    1/368 N-M1819 > N-M1928 > N-TYT15455
    1/368 N-M1819 > N-M1928 > N-Y125475 > N-CTS4714
    1/368 N-M1819 > N-M1928 > N-Y125475 > N-FGC67428 [TMRCA 2040 ybp] > N-TYT196424
    3/368 N-M1819 > N-M1928 > N-Y125475 > N-FGC67428 > N-FT244766 [TMRCA 2030 ybp]
    6/368 = 1.63% N-M1928 total [Four of these belong to N-FGC67428, whose TMRCA is estimated to be 2040 ybp and which has been found mostly among Koreans, but also in e.g. a Han Chinese surnamed Zhao 赵 from Fushan District, Yantai, Shandong who belongs to N-FGC67428(xFT244766) according to 23mofang.]

    1/368 N-F1206 > N-Y3071(xTYT33608, F1101)
    1/368 N-F1206 > N-Y3071 > N-TYT33608
    1/368 N-F1206 > N-Y3071 > N-F1101 > N-F1154(xY24206)
    2/368 N-F1206 > N-Y3071 > N-F1101 > N-F1154 > N-Y24206 > N-M128 [TMRCA 3310 ybp]
    5/368 = 1.36% N-F1206 > N-Y3071 total

    2/368 = 0.54% N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-Y60223 [TMRCA 2260 ybp. This branch is basal to Turkic/Ugric/Slavic N-PH1612, with which it shares a MRCA approximately 3700 ybp according to YFull.]

    1/368 N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063(xY125666)
    1/368 N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063 > N-Y125666(xY9641.2, Y125670)
    1/368 N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063 > N-Y125666 > N-Y9641.2
    1/368 N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063 > N-Y125666 > N-Y125670 > N-Y125681(xY170745, TYT122719)
    1/368 N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063 > N-Y125666 > N-Y125670 > N-Y125681 > N-Y170745
    3/368 N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063 > N-Y125666 > N-Y125670 > N-Y125681 > N-TYT122719 > N-TYT84362
    1/368 N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063 > N-Y125666 > N-Y125670 > N-Y125681 > N-TYT122719 > N-Y22006
    9/368 = 2.45% N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063 total
    16/368 = 4.35% N-F1206 total
    22/368 = 5.98% N-M231 total (Park et al. 2012 have found N-M231 in 23/573 = 4.0% of a sample from Seoul and 4/133 = 3.0% of a sample from Daejeon. The significantly greater proportion of N-M231 among the Korean samples on TheYtree is probably a result of the overrepresentation of Koreans from Ulsan on TheYtree.)

    1/368 O-M119 > O-M307 > O-F81 > O-F619 > O-Z23505 [TMRCA 2710 ybp]
    1/368 O-M119 > O-M307 > O-CTS8423 > O-F1056 [TMRCA 1930 ybp]
    4/368 O-M119 > O-M307 > O-CTS8423 > O-TYT173953 > O-ACT612 [TMRCA 2510 ybp]
    6/368 = 1.63% O-M119 > O-M307 total (Park et al. 2012 have found O1a-M119(xO1a1-P203, O1a2-M110) in 1/573 = 0.2% of a sample from Seoul and 2/133 = 1.5% of a sample from Daejeon and O1a1-P203 in 16/573 = 2.8% of a sample from Seoul and 3/133 = 2.3% of a sample from Daejeon for a total of 17/573 = 2.97% O1a-M119 in Seoul and 5/133 = 3.76% O1a-M119 in Daejeon.)

    1/368 O-Page59 > O-F840
    1/368 O-Page59 > O-F993 > O-FT11142
    1/368 O-Page59 > O-F993 > O-F3323 > O-PF4116
    3/368 O-Page59 > O-F993 > O-F3323 > O-ACT2643 [TMRCA 3540 ybp]
    6/368 = 1.63% O-Page59 total (Park et al. 2012 have found O1b-P31(xM95, SRY465) in 7/573 = 1.2% of a sample from Seoul and 3/133 = 2.3% of a sample from Daejeon.)

    2/368 O-P49 > O-ACT5242 [TMRCA 6590 ybp]
    1/368 O-P49 > O-F1942 > O-F857*
    1/368 O-P49 > O-F1942 > O-F857 > O-Y72638
    3/368 O-P49 > O-F1942 > O-F857 > O-CTS9259 > O-BY139815 > O-PH2861 [TMRCA 2910 ybp]
    7/368 = 1.90% O-P49(xF1204) total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found O-SRY465(xF3356) in 7/706 = 0.99% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    2/368 O-CTS10687(xCTS1215)
    1/368 O-CTS10687 > O-CTS1215(xY257650)
    3/368 O-CTS10687 > O-CTS1215 > O-Y257650 > O-BY230637 [TMRCA 2300 ybp]
    6/368 = 1.63% O-P49 > O-F1942 > O-F857 > O-CTS9259 > O-F1204 > O-CTS10687 total [TMRCA 8070 ybp] (Kwon et al. 2015 have found O-F3356(x47z, L682) in 14/706 = 1.98% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    1/368 O-47Z > O-MF238313
    10/368 O-47Z > O-CTS713(xCTS203, Y130364) [TMRCA 3430 ybp]
    3/368 O-47Z > O-CTS713 > O-CTS203 > O-ACT4054 [TMRCA 2080 ybp]
    3/368 O-47Z > O-CTS713 > O-Y130364(xY179632, Y178266, BY179281, CTS1875) [TMRCA 3430 ybp]
    1/368 O-47Z > O-CTS713 > O-Y130364 > O-Y179632
    3/368 O-47Z > O-CTS713 > O-Y130364 > O-Y178266 [TMRCA 2100 ybp]
    1/368 O-47Z > O-CTS713 > O-Y130364 > O-BY179281
    1/368 O-47Z > O-CTS713 > O-Y130364 > O-CTS1875(xZ24594) [TMRCA 3290 ybp]
    2/368 O-47Z > O-CTS713 > O-Y130364 > O-CTS1875 > O-Z24594 [TMRCA 2910 ybp] > O-MF166000
    25/368 = 6.79% O-P49 > O-F1942 > O-F857 > O-CTS9259 > O-F1204 > O-47Z total [TMRCA 5950 ybp] (Kwon et al. 2015 have found O-47z in 71/706 = 10.06% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    1/368 O-L682(xK485) [TMRCA 4070 ybp]
    1/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620(xCTS723) [TMRCA 3000 ybp]
    12/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723(xA23652, Y106066, Y165552, Y24057) [TMRCA 2850 ybp]
    9/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-A23652 [TMRCA 2290 ybp]
    1/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y106066
    3/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y165552 [TMRCA 2350 ybp]
    2/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057(xY165458, CTS7620, A12446)
    5/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-Y165458
    3/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-CTS7620(xBY210585, Y26377)
    11/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-CTS7620 > O-BY210585 [TMRCA 1430 ybp]
    3/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-CTS7620 > O-Y26377 > O-Page90
    1/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-CTS7620 > O-Y26377 > O-CTS1175
    1/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-A12446 > O-BY113287
    2/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-A12446 > O-Y165700 > O-ZS3494 [TMRCA 210 ybp]
    1/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-A12446 > O-PH40(xY199260, TYT396042) [TMRCA 2380 ybp]
    1/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-A12446 > O-PH40 > O-Y199260
    2/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-A12446 > O-PH40 > O-TYT396042 > O-TYT279804 [TMRCA 1930 ybp]
    5/368 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-A12446 > O-PH40 > O-TYT396042 > O-FGC67568 [TMRCA 2080 ybp]
    64/368 = 17.39% O-P49 > O-F1942 > O-F857 > O-CTS9259 > O-F1204 > O-K4 > O-L682 total [TMRCA 4070 ybp] (Kwon et al. 2015 have found O-L682 in 134/706 = 18.98% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)
    102/368 = 27.72% O-P49 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found O-SRY465 in 226/706 = 32.01% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    3/368 = 0.82% O-M122 > O-F36 > O-F742 > O-F837 [TMRCA 5910 ybp]

    2/368 O-L127.1 > O-TYT18506 [TMRCA 3060 ybp]

    3/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611(xFGC3750, F18)
    5/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-FGC3750 > O-CTS879 > O-TYT127847 > O-TYT113132 [TMRCA 3150 ybp]
    5/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-F449 > O-F238 > O-F271 > O-F134 > O-F25545 [TMRCA 2970 ybp] > O-SK1698 [TMRCA 2970 ybp]
    1/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-F449 > O-F238 > O-F271 > O-F134 > O-F25545 > O-TYT166016
    1/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13(xPH203, F11)
    1/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-PH203 > O-PH278
    1/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325(xY82166, CTS12877, F110, F1365)
    1/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-Y82166
    1/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-CTS12877 > O-CTS2884 > O-F16635(xY166107)
    1/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-CTS12877 > O-CTS2884 > O-F16635 > O-Y166107
    2/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-CTS12877 > O-F2527 > O-CTS5409 [TMRCA 5490 ybp]
    1/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-CTS12877 > O-F2527 > O-AMM339
    4/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F110 > O-Y20939 > O-Y20932 [TMRCA 2900 ybp]
    2/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F110 > O-F17 > O-FT141264 [TMRCA 3080 ybp]
    1/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F110 > O-F17 > O-F793 > O-Y141275 > O-TYT145959
    1/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F1365 > O-FGC54486(xA20705)
    4/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F1365 > O-FGC54486 > O-A20705 > O-BZ1603 [TMRCA 1920 ybp]
    2/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F1365 > O-TY327817
    1/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F1365 > O-Y15976 [TMRCA 5520 ybp] > O-FT116996
    1/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F1365 > O-Y15976 > O-FTA42700 [TMRCA 5000 ybp] > O-TYT186320
    1/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-CTS4598 > O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F1365 > O-Y15976 > O-FTA42700 > O-Y46258
    10/368 = 2.72% O-IMS-JST002611(xO-F11, O-F238/F449) total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found O-IMS-JST002611(xO-F11, O-F238/F449) in 8/706 = 1.13% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)
    6/368 = 1.63% O-F449 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found O-F238/F449 in 8/706 = 1.13% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)
    24/368 = 6.52% O-F11 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found O-F11 in 56/706 = 7.93% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)
    40/368 = 10.87% O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 total [TMRCA 13000 ybp] (Park et al. 2012 have found O-IMS-JST002611 in 61/573 = 10.6% of a sample from Seoul and 11/133 = 8.3% of a sample from Daejeon.)
    42/368 = 11.41% O-L127.1 total [TMRCA 17940 ybp] (Park et al. 2012 have found O-KL2 in 71/573 = 12.39% of a sample from Seoul and 12/133 = 9.02% of a sample from Daejeon.)

    1/368 O-M188 > O-CTS800 > O-F879 > O-F1226 > O-F1694 > O-F2787 > O-ZS3136 > O-F2859 > O-ZS435 > O-TYT21470
    1/368 O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590(xFGC50661)
    1/368 O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590 > O-FGC50661 > O-FGC50710(xFGC50649) [This is the Y-DNA of the Neolithic AND001 specimen from Ando Islet off the southern coast of the Korean Peninsula. The artefacts exhumed at the same site are typical of Jomon Period cultures of Kyushu, but the autosomal DNA of the AND001 specimen appears to be closer to Hongshan culture specimens from Banlashan in Liaoning than it is close to Jomon specimens from eastern Japan. The autosomal DNA of the AND001 specimen also appears to be closer to Hongshan specimens than present-day Japanese are close to Hongshan specimens; present-day Japanese appear to be Eastern Jomon-shifted relative to AND001.]
    2/368 O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590 > O-FGC50661 > O-FGC50710 > O-FGC50649 > O-TYT149588 > O-Y150315
    16/368 = 4.35% O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590 > O-FGC50661 > O-FGC50710 > O-FGC50649 > O-FGC50606 [TMRCA 3950 ybp. One of these is the Y-DNA of AKG_10218 Gimhae_KD62, who has been buried in Tumulus #62 at Daeseong-dong in Gimhae.]
    20/368 = 5.43% O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590 total
    21/368 = 5.71% O-M188 total (Park et al. 2012 have found O-P201(xM159, M7, P164) in 36/573 = 6.3% of a sample from Seoul and 6/133 = 4.5% of a sample from Daejeon.)

    3/368 O-N6 > O-F871 > O-F4110 > O-TYT19063 [TMRCA 3100 ybp] > O-TY157777
    1/368 O-N6 > O-F871 > O-F17561 > O-TYT297339 > O-TYT359551
    1/368 O-N6 > O-F871 > O-F17561 > O-A12039
    5/368 = 1.36% O-N6 > O-F871 total

    1/368 O-N6 > O-A16438 > O-Y110717 [TMRCA 3700 ybp] > O-TYT315126
    1/368 O-N6 > O-A16438 > O-Y153635(xY317808)
    1/368 O-N6 > O-A16438 > O-Y153635 > O-Y317808
    3/368 = 0.82% O-N6 > O-A16438 total
    8/368 = 2.17% O-N6 total (Park et al. 2012 have found O-P164(xM134) in 8/573 = 1.4% of a sample from Seoul and 1/133 = 0.8% of a sample from Daejeon.)

    1/368 O-F8(xZ44068, ACT2839)
    1/368 O-F8 > O-Z44068 > O-Y28072
    1/368 O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-Z44091 > O-TYT158327
    1/368 O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-TYT191354(xY151134)
    1/368 O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-TYT191354 [TMRCA 4960 ybp] > O-Y151134
    2/368 O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-FGC66191 [TMRCA 1140 ybp]
    7/368 O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543 [TMRCA 6660 ybp]
    1/368 O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-Z25921 > O-Z25915 > O-Z25928 > O-F16862
    6/368 O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F6800 > O-F402 > O-FT429104 [TMRCA 3060 ybp] (Found in Korea and Japan.)
    1/368 O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F438 > O-ACT7481 > O-F2137 > O-TYT220310
    7/368 O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F438 > O-ACT7481 > O-BY92262 [TMRCA 2800 ybp] (Found in Korea and Japan.)
    5/368 O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F14249 > O-Y81597 [TMRCA 2320 ybp]
    34/368 = 9.24% O-M134 > O-M117 > O-F5 > O-F8 total (Park et al. 2012 have found O-M133 in 64/573 = 11.2% of a sample from Seoul and 18/133 = 13.5% of a sample from Daejeon.)

    1/368 O-F114 > O-F743 > O-F748(xMF460)
    1/368 O-F114 > O-F743 > O-F748 > O-MF460
    1/368 O-F114 > O-F743 > O-MF56662(xMF269439)
    1/368 O-F114 > O-F743 > O-MF56662 > O-MF269439
    1/368 O-F114 > O-F743 > O-MF655879 [TMRCA 1500 ybp] > O-FT227985
    1/368 O-F114 > O-F743 > O-MF655879 > O-MF654516 [TMRCA 1350 ybp] > O-MF901
    10/368 O-F114 > O-F743 > O-MF655879 > O-MF654516 > O-MF53458 [TMRCA 860 ybp] (This is purported to be the lineage of the Jeonju Lee/Yi/Rhee clan, which includes the royal family of Joseon [1392–1897 AD].)
    16/368 = 4.35% O-M134 > O-F114 > O-F743 total

    1/368 O-F114 > O-F46 > O-FGC85750 > O-F735 > O-Y30499 > O-MF215560
    1/368 O-F114 > O-F46 > O-FGC85750 > O-F735 > O-Y30499 > O-Y110069
    1/368 O-F114 > O-F46 > O-FGC85750 > O-F735 > O-MF64921 > O-MF56792
    1/368 O-F114 > O-F46 > O-FGC85750 > O-F735 > O-MF64921 > O-MF370669
    8/368 O-F114 > O-F46 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-F2887 [TMRCA 7850 ybp]
    12/368 O-F114 > O-F46 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 [TMRCA 6450 ybp]
    2/368 O-F114 > O-F46 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 [TMRCA 5920 ybp] > O-MF941 [TMRCA 4500 ybp]
    3/368 O-F114 > O-F46 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-MF25232 [TMRCA 3860 ybp]
    14/368 O-F114 > O-F46 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Z26101 [TMRCA 5530 ybp]
    43/368 = 11.68% O-M134 > O-F114 > O-F46 > O-FGC85750 total
    59/368 = 16.03% O-F114 total (Park et al. 2012 have found O-M134(xM117) in 54/573 = 9.4% of a sample from Seoul and 14/133 = 10.5% of a sample from Daejeon.)
    167/368 = 45.38% O2-M122 total (Park et al. 2012 have found O-M122 in 242/573 = 42.2% of a sample from Seoul and 55/133 = 41.4% of a sample from Daejeon.)
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    Branches of Haplogroup O2b found among Koreans according to TheYtree as of 2023/5/1
    1x O-F742 > O-F1150 > O-BY56049 > O-Z17557 [TMRCA 3320 ybp] > O-L277*(xTYT51153 > MF275641) [TMRCA 2400 ybp] [This individual has not been included among the n=368.]
    (According to 23mofang, "O-Z17557 is a branch of O-F742 that is currently mainly distributed in Zhejiang, Shanghai, Jiangsu and other provinces and cities, accounting for about 0.12% of the national male population. This type has experienced a certain degree of population development in the Shang and Zhou dynasties.")
    O-FT1794/O-BY56049/O-F15501 (mother clade of O-Z17557) count at FTDNA:
    Singapore 1x 2%
    Malaysia 1x 2%
    Vietnam 1x <1%
    Unknown Origin 1x
    1/368 O-F742 > O-F1150 > O-F837 [TMRCA 5910 ybp]
    1/368 O-F742 > O-F1150 > O-F837*(xTYT109101, Y29783)
    1/368 O-F742 > O-F1150 > O-F837 > O-TYT109101 > O-TYT112880 > O-Y235248 [TMRCA 4320 ybp] > O-BY37723 [TMRCA 3570 ybp] > O-TYT155509 (According to 23mofang, "O-MF15741[=O-BY37723] is an offshoot of O-MF[1]5588 that currently accounts for approximately 0.03% of the Chinese male population." One may note that these three Korean members of O-F837 [TMRCA 5910 ybp TheYtree] apparently do not belong to the predominant O-Y29783 subclade [TMRCA 5290 ybp TheYtree]. O-F837(xY29783) should be quite rare in China according to the data of 23mofang, accounting for roughly 0.26% of the Chinese male population. YFull currently has one sample, SAMC008963 from Xizang [i.e. Tibet AR], who has been tabulated under O-F837/O-F1024*(xY29783).)
    O-F837(xO-CTS2334/Y29783) count at FTDNA:
    China 1x <1%
    Unknown Origin 1x
    Branches of Haplogroup O2a1 found among Koreans according to TheYtree as of 2023/5/3
    1x O-L127.1*(xF1876, IMS-JST002611) [This individual, AU64404 CASEID_145 from South Korea, has recently been added to TheYtree, and it has not been included in the n=368 summary of Korean Y-DNA.]
    There is currently no present-day example of O-L127.1*(xF1876, IMS-JST002611) at FTDNA nor at YFull, although the Y-DNA of Man Bac 626 (2200 - 1600 BC Vietnam) may belong in such a phylogenetic position according to the current version of FTDNA's Time Tree.

    2x O-L127.1 > O-F1876 > O-F915 > O-FGC11710 > O-TYT182242 > O-TYT105709 > O-FGC57013 > O-BZ555 [TMRCA 3720 ybp] [These two South Korean individuals have just recently been added to TheYtree. If placed on the YFull tree, they should appear alongside YF014272, a Shanxi Han, under O-F915*. According to TheYtree, these Koreans should share a MRCA with HJTM109 [3981 - 3838 cal BP] from the Haojiatai site of the Longshan culture in Luohe, Henan approximately 5890 ybp.]
    There is currently no example of O-F915/O-CTS7667(xF1478) at FTDNA.

    2/368 O-L127.1 > O-F1876 > O-F915 > O-F1478 > O-PF5390 > O-ACT2687 > O-CTS1936 > O-Z43975 > O-TYT189793 > O-TYT18506 [TMRCA 3060 ybp]
    (According to 23mofang, "O-Z43975 [TMRCA 5930 ybp] is a branch of O-CTS1936 [TMRCA 6650 ybp] that is currently mainly distributed in northern and eastern China, accounting for about 0.20% of the national male population. The O-MF113728 lineage that has formed downstream of this type has experienced a relatively large population explosion in the early years of the Western Zhou Dynasty.")
    O-CTS1936 count at FTDNA:
    Thailand 2x <1%
    China 1x <1%
    Vietnam 1x <1%
    Unknown Origin 4x
    3/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 (Two of these, AU35411=ERR1145010 and AU46236=GastricCancerPat79, have been tabulated by TheYtree under O-IMS-JST002611*(xFGC3750, F18). The third sample, AU35409=ERR1145008, has been tabulated directly under O-IMS-JST002611. Neither YFull nor the FTDNA Time Tree currently has anyone tabulated under O-IMS-JST002611(xFGC3750, F18). However, besides the two aforementioned South Koreans, TheYtree also has AC102, who is an Achang i.e. para-Burmese from China, and AU49103, who is a Mr. Shen 沈 from Tianjin, tabulated under O-IMS-JST002611*(xFGC3750, F18).)

    5/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-FGC3750 > O-CTS879 > O-FT318429 > O-SK1670 > O-Z41792 > O-BY81175 > O-TYT127847 > O-TYT113132 [TMRCA 3150 ybp]
    (Derived from O-Z41792 [TMRCA 5390 ybp] > O-BY81175 [TMRCA 4120 ybp] according to TheYtree. On 23mofang, this is equivalent to O-MF9313/O-Z41792 [TMRCA 5210 ybp] > O-MF9345/O-BY81175 [TMRCA 3890 ybp]. FTDNA currently has two members of O-MF9339, a subclade of O-MF9345: South Korea x1, Japan x1. Their TMRCA is estimated to be 2,329 [99% CI 4,679 - 939] ybp. 23mofang currently has four members of O-MF9339 [TMRCA 1800 ybp] > O-MF9294: Ding from Baoding, Hebei, Ding from Baoding, Hebei, Chen from Fushun, Liaoning, Dong from Jinan, Shandong. The South Korean and Japanese members of O-MF9339 at FTDNA are not indicated to be positive for the MF9294 SNP, so it is possible that the four Chinese members of O-MF9294 may all share a common ancestor more recent than their MRCA with the Korean and Japanese members of O-MF9339. 23mofang currently has tabulated 48 members of O-MF9345 and 142 members of O-MF9313 in total. 23mofang has written, "O-MF9313 is a branch under O-SK1670 that currently accounts for about 0.06% of Chinese men, mainly concentrated in the northern region." The entire O-MF7367/O-SK1670 clade [TMRCA 6900 ybp YFull, TMRCA 6940 ybp 23mofang] subsumes the Y-DNA of an individual from Medina, Saudi Arabia and the Y-DNA of HGDP01309, a Dai from China, besides the Korean and Japanese members of O-MF9345/O-MF9367. Other branches of O-CTS879 [TMRCA 8380 ybp TheYtree, TMRCA 8370 ybp 23mofang] have been found in China. 23mofang has written, "O-CTS879 is an important branch under O-FGC3750 that currently accounts for about 0.36% of the Chinese male population. This type has had a relatively obvious population explosion in the early Neolithic age.")

    5/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-F449 > O-F238 > O-F271 > O-F134 > O-CTS10846 > O-CTS6279 > O-F3256 > O-F25545 [TMRCA 2970 ybp; suspected to be the lineage of the Dukes of Zhao, i.e. the main branch of the Ying clan; a cadet branch of the Ying clan spawned by a member who had been enfeoffed in Qin would eventually produce the First Emperor of China] > O-TYT107373 > O-TYT89049 > O-SK1698 [TMRCA 2970 ybp] (Also found in HGDP00751 from the HGDP Japanese sample.)
    1/368 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-F449 > O-F238 > O-F271 > O-F134 > O-CTS10846 > O-CTS6279 > O-F3256 > O-F25545 > O-F22531 > O-CTS9595 > O-TYT166016 [TMRCA with HG00474, who is a Hunan Han from the 1KGP, is estimated by TheYtree to be 2220 ybp. Their TMRCA with HG00472, who is another Hunan Han from the 1KGP, is estimated to be 2970 ybp.]
    (23mofang estimates a TMRCA of 2930 ybp for O-F25545 and 2710 ybp for O-SK1698. 23mofang estimates that approximately 0.71% of all Chinese males should belong to O-F25545, with the proportion of this clade being great in Shanxi [1.83%], Hebei [1.49%], Shaanxi [1.39%], and Henan [1.37%] and little in Guizhou [0.14%], Yunnan [0.13%], Hainan [0.13%], and Guangdong [0.13%].)
    O-F25545 count at FTDNA (the Korean member and the Japanese member both belong to the O-SK1698 subclade, of which they are the sole representatives at FTDNA):
    Republic of Korea 1x 1%
    China 7x <1%
    Japan 1x <1%
    Unknown Origin 1x
    1/368 O-F13 [TMRCA 10680 ybp] (If this individual, AU35474 ERR1294563 from South Korea, is really O-F13(xPH203, F11), it would be quite surprising because even 23mofang with its huge customer base has not found even one case of O-F13(xPH203, F11) in China. FTDNA does not have O-PH203 on its current tree, but it does have one member of O-F13/O-F2(xF11, F60) from Bhutan; however, I suspect that this Bhutanese individual may be bhu-1609, who belongs to O-PH203 > O-PH278 > O-BY110147 > O-PH898* according to TheYtree.)

    1/368 O-F13 > O-PH203 > O-PH278*(xY173519, BY110147) [TMRCA 7160 ybp]
    (FTDNA does not have O-PH203 on the current version of its tree. YFull has one sample from Jiangsu under O-PH278 > O-BY110147 and one sample from Fujian under O-PH278 > O-Y173519, but it does not currently have any sample tabulated under O-PH278*(xY173519, BY110147), although YFull does seem to retain evidence of the existence of such cases. Curiously, YFull has recently added a pair of South Koreans, one from Seoul and one from North Jeolla, and placed them under O-Y425776 [formed 8800 ybp, TMRCA 50 ybp], which belongs to O-PH203(xPH278). I wonder whether there might be an error in either YFull or TheYtree's phylogeny and whether the O-PH278*(xY173519, BY110147) individual on TheYtree, i.e. AU35432=ERR1145039, might in fact belong to the same clade as YF115067 from North Jeolla and YF115055 from Seoul.)

    1/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325*(xA7887, Z15166, TYT176309/Y13783, SK1676, SK1691, F723, F930, CTS2154, F38, F24786, CTS12877, F921, F632) [TMRCA 9090 ybp] (Also found sporadically throughout China and in Japan.)
    1/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-SK1691 > O-Y223100 > O-TYT167596 > O-BY23130 > O-Y82166 (TMRCA with a member of O-BY23130(xY82166) from Fucheng District, Mianyang, Sichuan is estimated by TheYtree to be 3720 ybp. FTDNA currently has two samples from China and two samples from Pakistan tabulated under O-SK1691.)
    1x O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-CTS2154 > O-Y135849 > O-Y30140 > O-Y29838 > O-CTS3518*(xBY111100, Y301270, Y127046, Y135875) (TMRCA 2255 ybp. Presumed to be the Fang clan of Xin'an [新安方氏]. Besides South Korea, basal members of this clan also may be present in Thailand. Not included in the n=368. FTDNA currently has four samples from China, two samples from Thailand, and two samples of unknown origin tabulated under O-CTS2154.)

    1/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-CTS12877 > O-CTS2884 > O-F16635*(xACT3887, Y100880) [TMRCA 6980 ybp] (This sample is SRS2904216.)
    1/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-CTS12877 > O-CTS2884 > O-F16635 > O-Y100880 [TMRCA 3610 ybp] > O-ZS1442 [TMRCA 3520 ybp] > O-Y166107 [TMRCA 440 ybp]
    (According to 23mofang, "O-CTS2884 [TMRCA 7340 ybp, 99 members] is a primary branch under O-CTS12877 that currently accounts for about 0.05% of the Chinese male population and is relatively concentrated in the southern region." FTDNA currently has just one sample from China tabulated under O-CTS11908, which is equivalent to O-CTS2884 according to 23mofang and YFull. YFull currently has SRS2904216 tabulated under O-F16635/O-CTS2884*, with ELT50061 from Hubei and HG00403 from the 1KGP sample of Hunan Han tabulated under O-F16635 > O-ACT3882/O-BY10793/O-F17154 [formed 6900 ybp, TMRCA 1550 ybp]. 23mofang currently has only nine members tabulated under O-MF17137/O-Y100880 [TMRCA 3610 ybp].)

    2/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-CTS12877 > O-F2527 > O-CTS5409 (One of these Koreans, SRS2904227, is tabulated as having been confirmed to be O-CTS5409*(xFT245189, CTS9711). The other Korean individual, KPGP-00353, has been tabulated directly under O-CTS5409, without any explicit indication of belonging to the O-CTS5409* paragroup. FTDNA currently has two samples from South Korea under O-MF3859 and one sample from China and two samples of unknown origin under O-F2941; all other members of O-CTS10038/O-F2527 have been tabulated under either O-Z38937/O-FT245189 or O-CTS9711.)
    1/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-CTS12877 > O-F2527 > O-F774 > O-F2941 > O-FGC61109 > O-AMM339 [TMRCA 3170 ybp] (Nearest relatives on the tree are a certain Zhejiang Wang clan [浙江王氏] in O-AMM339 > O-BY46672, whose TMRCA is estimated to be 1920 ybp.)
    (According to 23mofang, "O-F2527 [TMRCA 6700 ybp, 1873 members] is a primary branch under O-CTS12877 that currently accounts for about 0.77% of the male population in China and is mainly distributed in Hunan, Chongqing, Heilongjiang, Jilin, Jiangxi, and other places.")

    6x O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F921 > O-F1365*(xTY327817, FGC54486, F26105) [TMRCA 5940 ybp] (Not included among the n=368.)
    2/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F921 > O-F1365 > O-TY327817
    (According to 23mofang, "O-F1365 [TMRCA 5920 ybp, 6354 members] is a branch under O-F325 that currently accounts for about 2.42% of the male population in China, mainly concentrated in the northern region. Multiple successive divergences have occurred downstream of this type, forming O-FGC54486, O-Y16154, O-MF161232, and other subclades that have experienced obvious population explosions in the late Neolithic age." FTDNA does not currently have any members tabulated under O-F1365(xFGC54486, F26105) on its Time Tree.)

    1/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F921 > O-F1365 > O-FGC54486 [TMRCA 5030 ybp] (Not explicitly indicated to belong to O-FGC54486*.)
    4/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F921 > O-F1365 > O-FGC54486 > O-TYT121828 > O-A20705 [TMRCA 3830 ybp] > O-BZ1603 [TMRCA 1920 ybp] (TMRCA with a Kazakhstani Uyghur in O-A20705 > O-TYT15359 is estimated by TheYtree to be 3830 ybp.)
    (According to 23mofang, "O-FGC54486 [TMRCA 4870 ybp, 1006 members] is a primary branch under O-F1365. This type is one of the branches that have experienced rather large population explosions in the late Neolithic period. It is relatively concentrated in the northern region, accounting for about 0.46% of the national male population.")
    O-FGC54488/O-FGC54486 count at FTDNA:
    South Korea 3x 2%
    Japan 1x <1%
    Kazakhstan 1x <1%
    The South Koreans and the Kazakhstani belong to O-FGC54486 > O-MF9486 and are estimated by FTDNA to share a MRCA 1,330 [99% CI 2,720 - 520] ybp. The Japanese individual (who should be an Okinawan if he is identical to YF018861 on the YFull tree) belongs to a different subclade, O-FGC54486 > O-MF2463. Some ancient samples from Mongolia have been assigned to O-MF2463 like the Japanese/Okinawan sample(s). YFull also has a commercially tested individual from present-day Hebei tabulated under O-MF2463 > O-FGC54505.

    1+1/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F921 > O-F1365 > O-F26105 > O-Y15976 > O-BY79467 [TMRCA 5520 ybp] > O-FT116996 [TMRCA 1550 ybp] (Only one of these Korean samples has been counted among the n=368. O-FT116996 is presumed to represent the lineage of a certain Shandong Wang clan [山东王氏]. There is also a member surnamed Wang from Chaoyang, Liaoning. FTDNA currently has only three samples tabulated under O-Y15976(xMF6914): one present-day sample from Japan, one present-day sample from Vietnam, and Burkhan Tolgoi 2 from Mongolia [150 BC - 120 AD]. YFull has O-Y15976 as phylogenetically equivalent to O-MF6914(H).)

    1/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F921 > O-F1365 > O-F26105 > O-Y15976 > O-TYT18261 > O-Y16154 > O-Y26383 > O-TYT170959 > O-FTA42700 [TMRCA 5000 ybp] > O-TYT186320
    1+1/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F921 > O-F1365 > O-F26105 > O-Y15976 > O-TYT18261 > O-Y16154 > O-Y26383 > O-TYT170959 > O-FTA42700 > O-Y27894 > O-TYT19360 > O-Y26386 > O-SK1686 [TMRCA 3580 ybp] > O-Y46258 [TMRCA 1850 ybp] (Only one of these Korean samples has been counted among the n=368. Their TMRCA with two samples from Pakistan, one of whom is indicated to be HGDP00019 from the HGDP sample of Brahui, is estimated by TheYtree to be 3580 ybp. YFull also has one additional commercially-tested sample from Gyeonggi-do, South Korea placed within O-Y46851/O-Y46258. According to 23mofang, "O-Y15976 [TMRCA 5640 ybp, 5172 members] is an important branch under O-F1365. This type has experienced a certain degree of population development in the late Neolithic Age. It is currently concentrated in eastern and northern China, accounting for about 1.95% of the national male population.")
    O-Y27894/O-Y26383 count at FTDNA:
    South Korea 2x 1%
    Pakistan 1x <1%
    Thailand 1x <1%
    Vietnam 1x <1%
    Khalgan Khoshuu 1 from Mongolia (1300 - 1400 AD) is also tabulated under O-Y27894/O-Y26383 on FTDNA's Time Tree.

    4/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F632 > O-Z25061 > O-F110 > O-Z43879 > O-Y20951 > O-Y20939 > O-Y20932 [TMRCA 2900 ybp]
    (According to 23mofang, "It is speculated that O-Y20932 [TMRCA 2830 ybp] may be a large family that has experienced a population explosion in the Central Plains during the Western Zhou Dynasty. At present, this type accounts for about 0.45% of the male population in China, and it is widely distributed in Yunnan [1.00%], Jilin [0.86%], Ningxia [0.74%], Liaoning [0.74%], Tianjin [0.68%], Hubei [0.60%], Henan [0.60%], Shandong [0.60%], and other provinces.")
    O-Z34692/O-Y20932 count at FTDNA:
    China 3x <1%
    Vietnam 1x <1%
    Unknown Origin 1x
    2+1/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F632 > O-Z25061 > O-F110 > O-CTS3663 > O-CTS6777 > O-F17 > O-F377 > O-CTS7501 > O-F18858 > O-CTS1621 [TMRCA 5290 ybp] > O-ACT5888 [TMRCA 3960 ypb]
    (23mofang currently has 250 members of O-CTS1621 [TMRCA 5370 ybp], but only four of those have been assigned to O-ACT5888 [TMRCA 4020 ybp]. 23mofang says, "O-CTS1621 is an important branch of O-CTS7501, currently mainly distributed in Guizhou, Chongqing, Hunan, Hubei, and other places, accounting for about 0.17% of the national male population." HG00421 from the 1KGP sample of Hunan Han belongs to O-CTS1621(xACT5888) according to TheYtree.)
    O-CTS1621 count at FTDNA:
    China 1x <1%
    Unknown Origin 1x
    1/368 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F632 > O-Z25061 > O-F110 > O-CTS3663 > O-CTS6777 > O-F17 > O-Y141175 > O-Z43876 > O-F793 > O-Y141275 [TMRCA 2050 ybp] > O-TYT145959
    (23mofang has speculated that O-MF6722/O-Y141275 may be the lineage of a certain Hebei Liu clan [河北刘氏]. 23mofang currently has a total of 737 members tabulated under O-MF6722/O-Y141275, with their TMRCA estimated to be 2110 ybp. According to 23mofang, it is speculated that the common ancestor of the Hebei Liu clan may have been Liu Sheng, Prince Jing of Zhongshan [中山靖王刘胜, r. 154 - 113 BC] of the Western Han Dynasty. O-MF6722 accounts for about 0.34% of the male population in China today, making it the second most populous family in the north since the Qin and Han Dynasties (after O-F254). O-MF6722 is especially common in Tianjin [1.34%], Hebei [1.27%], Heilongjiang [1.05%], and Beijing [0.98%].)
    O-F1316/O-F793 (TMRCA 2,710 [99% CI 4,241 - 1,615] ybp) count at FTDNA:
    Society Islands 1x 6%
    China 8x <1%
    Thailand 3x <1%
    Vietnam 1x <1%
    Unknown Origin 16x
    Last edited by Ebizur; 05-04-2023 at 11:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Asian1 View Post
    Y Chromosomes of 40% Chinese Descend from Three Neolithic Super-Grandfathers
    Shi Yan ,Chuan-Chao Wang,Hong-Xiang Zheng,Wei Wang,Zhen-Dong Qin,Lan-Hai Wei,Yi Wang,Xue-Dong Pan,Wen-Qing Fu,Yun-Gang He,Li-Jun Xiong,Wen-Fei Jin,Shi-Lin Li,Yu An,Hui Li,Li Jin

    "The expansion dates are estimated 5.4 kya for Oα [O-M122>...>O-M117], 6.5 for Oβ [O-M122>...>O-F46], and 6.8 for Oγ [O-M122>...>O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611>...>O-F11] (Fig. 1), after the shift to intensive agriculture in North China (since 6.8 kya) [25], [26], in particular, during the Yangshao Culture (6.9–4.9 kya) in Central Yellow River Basin, Majiayao Culture (6.0–4.9 kya) in the Upper Yellow River Basin, and the Beixin (7.4–6.2 kya) – Dawenkou Culture (6.2–4.6 kya) in the Lower Yellow River Basin [27]. "

    The Peiligang culture was an important culture for the origin of agriculture in China. It influenced the formation of the Beixin culture (the ancestor of the Dawenkou culture) and the formation of the pre-Yangshao culture, which developed into the Yangshao culture, the homeland of Sino-Tibetan languages.
    No ...Yangshao may be ancestor to Hans but not to the Tibetan or Bamars. Tibeto Burmese language system comes from North east India and Tibetan language comes from Nepal.

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    I don't know anyone who has the audacity or pretends to have the authority to say something like that about someone else's culture or worldview like they are the master expert and authority of entire groups of people.

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    Branches of Haplogroup O2a2a (O-M188) found among Koreans according to TheYtree as of 2023/5/5
    2x O-M188*(xCTS800, O-F2588)

    1/368 O-M188 > O-CTS800 > O-F879 > O-F1226 > O-F1694 > O-F2787 > O-ZS3136 > O-F2859 [TMRCA 3010 ybp] > O-ZS435 [TMRCA 2900 ybp] > O-TYT21470
    O-F2859 count at FTDNA:
    China 1x <1%
    Thailand 1x <1%
    Japan 1x <1%
    Unknown Origin 7x
    1/368 O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590*(xY52580, FGC50661) [TMRCA 14940 ybp]
    The only other sample tabulated under O-FGC50590*(xY52580, FGC50661) on TheYtree is AU45107 from Cixi, Ningbo, Zhejiang.
    YFull currently has two samples tabulated under O-FGC50590(xFGC50661): SRS14552500 from Henan and YF117151 of undeclared origin.
    FTDNA currently has only the Y-DNA of the Ando 1 specimen tabulated under O-FGC50590(xMF109844≈Y52580, FGC50661).
    23mofang currently has a total of 214 members tabulated under O-FGC50590(xY52580, FGC50661).

    1/368 O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590 > O-FGC50661 > O-FGC50710(xFGC50649) [TMRCA 13360 ybp]
    This is the Y-DNA of the AND001 aka Ando 1 specimen. FTDNA has classified the Y-DNA of this specimen as belonging to O-FGC50590(xMF109844≈Y52580, FGC50661) i.e. one level nearer to the root of the phylogenetic tree.

    1x O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590 > O-FGC50661 > O-FGC50710 > O-FGC50649*(xFGC50606, TYT16995) [TMRCA 11320 ybp]
    No example of O-FGC50649*(xFGC50606, MF14256) has been tabulated by FTDNA, YFull, or 23mofang.

    16+4/368 O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590 > O-FGC50661 > O-FGC50710 > O-FGC50649 > O-FGC50606 [TMRCA 3950 ybp. One of these is the Y-DNA of AKG_10218 Gimhae_KD62, who has been buried in a tumulus at Daeseong-dong in Gimhae.]
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-FGC50606 (TMRCA 4,568 [99% CI 6,443 - 3,117] ybp): South Korea x8, Japan x6, Unknown Origin x2.
    YFull has many of the same Korean and Japanese members as TheYtree; however, YFull has recently added YF116238 from Andijon, Uzbekistan, who is at the very tip of the tree, belonging to an O-MF14565 (TMRCA 2700 [95% CI 3700 <-> 1950] ybp) subclade alongside SRS964929 and SRS1999790 from South Korea.
    23mofang currently has a total of 260 members tabulated under O-MF114497/O-FGC50606 (TMRCA 3970 ybp): "O-MF114497 is a branch under O-CTS201. This type belongs to a branch unique to Japan, South Korea, etc. A small number of them have immigrated to China, such as [members of] the Korean ethnic group. Currently, this type accounts for about 0.10% of the male population in China."

    2/368 O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590 > O-FGC50661 > O-FGC50710 > O-FGC50649 > O-TYT149588 > O-Y150315 [TMRCA 4950 ybp]
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-FGC50649 > O-MF14256: China x1, Kazakhstan x1, Thailand x1.
    YFull currently has the following members of O-FGC50649 > O-MF14256: SRS14552517 from Henan and YF019774 from Jiangsu.
    23mofang currently has 1217 members of O-FGC50649 > O-MF14256 in total [TMRCA 10290 ybp], with 43 of those members tabulated under the O-FGC50649 > O-MF14256 > O-Y150315 subclade [TMRCA 4310 ybp].

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    Korean members of Haplogroup O2a2b2 (O-N6) according to TheYtree as of 2023/5/5
    1+1/368 O-N6 > O-A16433 > O-A16438 > O-SK1775 > O-Y149246 [TMRCA 6670 ybp] > O-Y110717 > O-Y146357 > O-TYT279702 [TMRCA 2100 ybp]
    Other members of O-TYT279702 on TheYtree are Taiwan (Han) x1, Hunan Loudi-Shaoyang Wu 伍 (Han) x2. One of the Koreans shares an O-Y149365 subclade (TMRCA 1140 ybp) with the Taiwan Han vis-a-vis the Loudi-Shaoyang Wus, whereas the other Korean is supposed to be basal to an O-FT183466 (TMRCA 1780 ybp) subclade that subsumes all the others.
    Members of O-SK1775 (TMRCA 5,507 [99% CI 8,834 - 3,171] ybp) at FTDNA are China x2, Russian Federation x1.
    Members of O-Y149246 (TMRCA 5300 [95% CI 6300 <-> 4300] ybp) at YFull are ELT50019 from Anhui, YF079130 from Henan, YF016824 from Henan, and SRS14552480 from Henan.
    23mofang currently has a total of 352 members tabulated under O-Y149246 (TMRCA 6680 ybp), but 349 of those have been tabulated under an O-Y149342 subclade (TMRCA 5910 ybp) that is a sister clade to the very rare O-MF198424/O-Y110717 (TMRCA 1710 ybp) of the Loudi-Shaoyang Wu clan.

    1x O-N6 > O-A16433 > O-A16438 > O-BY171743 > O-A16440 > O-ACT3609 > O-BY163750 > O-Y101407 > O-Y152410*(xA15852, Y153604, O-PR2797) [TMRCA 3700 ybp]
    2/368 O-N6 > O-A16433 > O-A16438 > O-BY171743 > O-A16440 > O-ACT3609 > O-BY163750 > O-Y101407 > O-Y152410 > O-Y153604 [TMRCA 1300 ybp] > O-Y153635
    Besides the three South Koreans, TheYtree currently has three other members of O-Y152410: a Mr. Yan 颜 (Han) from Lianyungang, Jiangsu under O-Y152410 > O-A15852, an individual (AU3132) from Taiwan under O-Y152410 > O-PR2797, and a Mr. Wang 王 (Han) from Zhengzhou, Henan under O-Y152410 > O-PR2797 > O-TYT158960.
    23mofang currently has 23 members of O-Y152410 (TMRCA 3490 ybp). However, 20 of those have been assigned to O-Y152410 > O-MF20808/O-PR2797 (TMRCA 1780 ybp), which has been dubbed the "Hebei Cao clan."
    In contrast with 23mofang, YFull currently has three members of O-Y152410 > O-Y153604 (TMRCA 1300 [95% CI 2400 <-> 600] ybp), one of whom is indicated to be from Gyeonggi Province of South Korea, and only one member of O-Y152410 > O-MF20808/O-PR2797.
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-A16440 (TMRCA 7,480 [99% CI 12,086 - 4,262] ybp): South Korea x1, China x1, Russian Federation x1.

    1/368 O-N6 > O-F871 > O-F706 > O-F919 > O-F976 > O-F25888 > O-F717 > O-F17561 [TMRCA 4890 ybp] > O-A12039 (There is currently only one Korean member of O-A12039 on TheYtree, but there is also a note that members of this clade account for 1.7073% of the KRGDB, making it the predominant subclade of O-N6 in South Korea. However, I suspect that this note may have been slightly misplaced; it may properly refer to the entire O-F17561 clade, subsuming O-Y127077 in addition to O-A12039.)
    1/368 O-N6 > O-F871 > O-F706 > O-F919 > O-F976 > O-F25888 > O-F717 > O-F17561 [TMRCA 4890 ybp] > O-Y127077 > O-BY59208 > O-C1024 > O-SK1783 > O-FGC19625 > O-TYT43541 > O-MF84229 [TMRCA 3280 ybp] > O-TYT297339 > O-TY12560 [TMRCA 3220 ybp] > O-TYT359551
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-F17561 (TMRCA 3,946 [99% CI 6,649 - 2,117] ybp): Thailand x6, South Korea x1, Japan x1. The six members from Thailand all belong to an O-SK1783 subclade. The Japanese member is basal to O-SK1783 within an O-FT150938 subclade. The South Korean member is basal to all the other members, having been tabulated as O-F17561*(xFT150938).
    23mofang currently has 690 members of O-F17561 (TMRCA 4830 ybp). 661 of those members have been tabulated under the O-BY59208 subclade (TMRCA 4460 ybp).
    YFull currently has one member of O-F17561 > O-Y171445*(xY127077) (Japanese from Mie Prefecture, probably the same as AU26764 Japan Mie ITA from TheYtree and also identical to the Japanese member from FTDNA) and two members of O-F17561 > O-Y171445 > O-Y127077 > O-Y171324*(xMF180345) (TMRCA 2700 [95% CI 4300 <-> 1650] ybp) (YF062669, who has registered as a Wu Chinese speaker from Zhejiang, and YF118104 of undeclared origin). YFull also has two members of O-F17561 > O-A12039 (TMRCA 550 [95% CI 1100 <-> 275] ybp): SRS1265149 from South Korea and YF114639 of undeclared origin.

    1x O-N6 > O-F871 > O-N7 > O-F4110 > O-FT316716 > O-F4068 > O-CTS195*(xTYT219564, F17774) [TMRCA 3460 ybp]
    23mofang currently has a total of 253 members of O-CTS195 (TMRCA 3480 ybp): "O-CTS195 is an important branch of O-F4068. It is mainly distributed in southeastern China at present. It is speculated that it may be a branch under O-F4068 that has migrated southward. Downstream of it have formed the Southeast Pan 潘 family (2), the Zhejiang Liu (刘 or 留) family, and other southern families. Today, this type makes up about 0.09% of the national male population." 103 of the 253 members of O-CTS195 at 23mofang have been tabulated under the O-F17774 subclade (TMRCA 3070 ybp).
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-CTS1776, which 23mofang considers to be phylogenetically equivalent to O-CTS195: Vietnam x6, China x1. The Chinese member is basal to an O-FTC5888 subclade that subsumes all six Vietnamese members. I suspect that these six members from Vietnam may be ethnic Yao (Dao) rather than Vietnamese (Kinh) proper.
    YFull currently has three members of O-FT316716: NNS178766 of undeclared origin in O-FT316716 > O-Y227548 and YF083685 from Guangdong plus HG00556 from the 1KGP's sample of Fujian Han in O-FT316716 > O-CTS195 > O-CTS953 (TMRCA 1400 [95% CI 2600 <-> 700] ybp). O-CTS953 (TMRCA 1330 ybp 23mofang) has been dubbed "Pan 潘 clan of the Southeast (2)" by 23mofang.

    3/368 O-N6 > O-F871 > O-N7 > O-F4110 > O-TY2608 > O-ACT3234 > O-Z25432 > O-BY114577 [TMRCA 3630 ybp] > O-TYT19063 > O-TYT111943 > O-BY53528 [TMRCA 2850 ybp]
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-Z25432: four from Vietnam plus one from Thailand under O-Z25432 > O-F17480, two from Vietnam under O-Z25432 > O-TY45095, eight from Thailand under O-Z25432 > O-FTB23715, and two from Vietnam under O-Z25432*.
    YFull currently has three members of O-Z25432: YF095390 from Heilongjiang plus SRS14552525 from Henan under O-Z25432 > O-BY114577 (TMRCA 3300 [95% CI 5000 <-> 2100] ybp) and YF086826 from Gansu under O-Z25432*(xBY114577).
    23mofang currently has a total of 41 members tabulated under O-BY114577 (TMRCA 3650 ybp), but none of them has been tabulated under the O-BY114577 > O-MF72243 > O-BY53528 subclade. 40 of them have been tabulated under O-BY114577 > O-MF72243 > O-MF74002/O-FT83066 (TMRCA 2690 ybp), and one has been tabulated under the basal O-BY114577 > O-MF65738 > O-MF60550.

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    Korean members of O-M117 according to TheYtree as of 2023/5/6
    1x O-M117* [TMRCA 13150 ybp]
    1+2/368 O-M117 > O-F8*(xZ44059, ACT2839) [TMRCA 7140 ybp]
    1x O-M117 > O-F8 > O-Z44059 > O-YP4864* [TMRCA 5520 ybp]
    1/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-Z44059 > O-YP4864 > O-Z44068 > O-FT187748 [TMRCA 3540 ybp] > O-TYT22208 [TMRCA 2300 ybp] > O-Y28072 [TMRCA 2150 ybp]
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-Z44068: Vietnam x6, South Korea x1, China x2. All six members from Vietnam and one of the two members from China have been assigned to an O-SK1746 subclade.
    23mofang currently has 64 members of O-FT187748 [TMRCA 3540 ybp], with only two of those belonging to O-FT187748 > O-MF163131 [TMRCA 2300 ybp] > O-Y28072.
    YFull currently has four members of O-Z44068 [TMRCA 4400 ybp]: YF116171 from Singapore, SRS948441 from South Korea, SRS14552496 from Henan, and HGDP01241 from the HGDP sample of Hezhen.

    1x O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F18480* [TMRCA 5700 ybp]
    1/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F18480 > O-Y211049 > O-TYT191354* [TMRCA 4960 ybp]
    1/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F18480 > O-Y211049 > O-TYT191354 > O-TYT170002 > O-Y151134 [TMRCA 3220 ybp]
    23mofang currently has 28 members of O-Y151134 (TMRCA 3090 ybp) and 304 members of O-F18480 (TMRCA 5380 ybp): "O-F18480 is a main branch under O-F8 that currently accounts for about 0.12% of Chinese men and is relatively concentrated in the eastern part of our country."
    FTDNA currently has only one member tabulated under O-F18480/O-Y77195: Kyrgyzstan x1.
    YFull currently has two members tabulated under O-F18480/O-Y211235 (TMRCA 5400 [95% CI 6800 <-> 4300] ybp): YF075782 from Anhui and ERS5240136 from Singapore.

    1/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-Z44091 > O-APS2114 > O-Z44092 > O-Z44094 [TMRCA 6170 ybp] > O-TYT158327
    23mofang currently has 229 members of O-Z44092/O-Z44094 (TMRCA 6280 ybp). 128 of those members belong to an O-CTS66 subclade (TMRCA 5010 ybp) that has some Han/Hakka members from Dezhou (Shandong), Meizhou (Guangdong), and Guangzhou (Guangdong) and a Japanese member from Tokyo according to TheYtree; on the other hand, the Korean member of O-Z44094 is basal to O-CTS66.
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-Z44091 (TMRCA 6,644 [99% CI 10,021 - 4,160] ybp): Vietnam x4, China x2, Japan x1, Kazakhstan x1. However, only the Japanese member belongs to O-Z44091(xSK1740), which is the part of the phylogeny in which O-Z44092/O-Z44094 should be found. That Japanese member is most likely identical to NA18945 from Tokyo, who has been tabulated under O-Z44094 > O-CTS66 > O-Y206796 on TheYtree.
    YFull does not currently have any member tabulated under O-Z44092/O-Z44094(xCTS66); however, they do have NA18945 from Tokyo, YF074540 Hakka from Guangdong, and YF116590 of undeclared origin tabulated under O-CTS66 > O-Y206796 (TMRCA 4300 [95% CI 5400 <-> 3200] ybp). YFull also currently has five members of O-Z44091 > O-SK1740 > O-Y137628 (TMRCA 5800 [95% CI 6900 <-> 4800] ybp): YF012190 from Shandong, HGDP01220 Daur from Arun Banner of Hulunbuir, SRS14552515 from Henan, YF085400 from Busan, South Korea, and YF078639 Vietnamese from Vietnam. YF085400 from South Korea and YF078639 from Vietnam comprise a subclade vis-a-vis the Chinese and Daur members of O-SK1740.

    1x O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-CTS7634 > O-F3599 > O-CTS5488 > O-CTS345 [TMRCA 4175 ybp]
    23mofang currently has 430 members of O-CTS345 (TMRCA 3780 ybp). However, 424 of those members have been assigned to an O-PH3164 subclade (TMRCA 3500 ybp: "O-PH3164 is a branch of O-F3599 and is currently mainly distributed in Hunan, Jiangxi, Guangdong, Chongqing, Anhui and other provinces and cities, accounting for about 0.19% of the national male population"), whereas the Korean member of O-CTS345 on TheYtree has not been tabulated under the O-PH3164 subclade.
    FTDNA currently has two members of O-CTS345, both hailing from China.
    YFull currently has three members of O-CTS345 > O-PH3164 (TMRCA 4000 [95% CI 5000 <-> 3000] ybp), i.e. NA18623 Han from Beijing, HGDP00821 Han from China, and ERS5240165 from Singapore, but no member of O-CTS345(xPH3164).

    2+1/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-CTS7634 > O-F3599 > O-APS1334 > O-TYT24667 > O-TY40854 > O-FT297759 [TMRCA 4560 ybp] > O-FGC66191 [TMRCA 1140 ybp]
    23mofang currently has eight members of O-FT319619/O-FT297759 (TMRCA 4130 ybp), three of whom have been tabulated under the O-FGC66191 subclade (TMRCA 430 ybp).
    FTDNA currently has two members of O-CTS6453/O-FT297759, both of whom hail from China, and whose TMRCA is estimated to be merely 86 (99% CI 598 - 0) ybp.
    YFull currently has the following members of O-FT297759 (TMRCA 6100 [95% CI 7400 <-> 5000] ybp): YF111354 of undeclared origin, YF090006 Lolo from Guizhou, HG00592 Han from Fujian, and YF101410 Tatar from Bashkortostan. The Tatar from Bashkortostan should share the FT414473 SNP with members of O-FGC66191 based on a comparison of the data from 23mofang and YFull.

    1/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543*(xSK1063, M1532) [TMRCA 6660 ybp]
    1/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543 > O-M1532*(xCTS10738) [TMRCA 6600 ybp]
    1/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543 > O-M1532 > O-CTS10738 > O-BY220310 > O-Y149564*(xMF192841, FT39702) [TMRCA 4320 ybp]
    1/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543 > O-M1532 > O-CTS10738 > O-CTS7316 [TMRCA 6120 ybp] > O-ACT1781 > O-A9457 > O-Z44921 > O-Y176504 [TMRCA 4560 ybp] > O-TYT14057 [TMRCA 4320 ybp] (from Daegu, North Gyeongsang)
    1/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543 > O-M1532 > O-CTS10738 > O-CTS7316 > O-ACT1781 > O-A9457 > O-Z44921 > O-Y176504 > O-TYT14057 > O-FT14366 [TMRCA 2430 ybp] > O-FGC84647
    1/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543 > O-M1532 > O-CTS10738 > O-CTS7316 > O-ACT1781 > O-M1732 > O-M1518 > O-CTS9678 > O-TYT186620 > O-Y93013 [TMRCA 4560 ybp]
    1/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543 > O-M1532 > O-CTS10738 > O-CTS7316 > O-ACT1781 > O-M1732 > O-M1518 > O-CTS9678 > O-M1528 > O-TYT100954 > O-Z39663 [TMRCA 3360 ybp] > O-TYT65806 [TMRCA 2700 ybp]
    FTDNA currently considers O-M1543 to be phylogenetically equivalent to O-M1532, O-CTS10738, and O-CTS7316. FTDNA has the following members of O-CTS7316 (TMRCA 6,048 [99% CI 8,210 - 4,326] ybp): Cambodia x1, Laos x1, Japan x3, South Korea x1, China x7, Thailand x4, Russian Federation x1, Saudi Arabia x1, Unknown Origin x15. The South Korean member and one of the Chinese members belong to an O-F16367 (TMRCA 5,516 [99% CI 8,567 - 3,321] ybp) > O-SK1732 subclade. One may note that none of the three Japanese members has been tabulated under O-SK1732.
    23mofang currently has a total of 6257 members of O-M1543 (TMRCA 7030 ybp). A total of 5565 of those members have been assigned either to O-M1543 > O-M1532 > O-CTS10738 > O-CTS7316 > O-ACT1781 > O-A9457 (n=2126, TMRCA 5950 ybp) or to O-M1543 > O-M1532 > O-CTS10738 > O-CTS7316 > O-ACT1781 > O-M1732 (n=3439, TMRCA 5970 ybp). The pre-CTS7316 branches that have been found in three South Korean samples according to TheYtree are very rare in 23mofang's database, with only 34 cases of O-M1543(xSK1063, M1532), only 15 cases of O-M1532(xCTS10738), and only eight cases of O-Y149564, five of whom have been assigned to the O-FT39702 subclade (TMRCA 3290 ybp).
    YFull currently has 22 members of O-M1543 from China (Shandong x5, Zhejiang x3, Fujian Han x2, Hubei x2, Chongqing Tujia x1, Guangdong x1, Guangxi x1, Heilongjiang x1, Hunan Gan Chinese x1, Jiangsu x1, Liaoning x1, Tianjin x1, Yunnan x1, undeclared x1), two members from South Korea, one member from Tokyo, one member from Russia, one member from Cambodia, one member from Greater Jakarta, two members from Singapore, and five members of undisclosed origin. Only one of the members on YFull (YF074543 from Shandong) has been tabulated under O-M1543(xCTS7316); more precisely, YF074543 has been tabulated under O-M1543 > O-M1532/O-CTS10738 > O-BY220310 > O-Y149564(xFT39702).

    1x O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459* [TMRCA 6960 ybp]

    6/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F6800 > O-Y8389 > O-Y9144 > O-TYT100432 > O-F310 > O-CTS3061 > O-F402 [TMRCA 4380 ybp] > O-FT429104 [TMRCA 3060 ybp]
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-F402 (TMRCA 4,348 [99% CI 7,000 - 2,491] ybp): South Korea x1, Japan x2, China x3, Unknown Origin x5. The two Japanese and the South Korean have been tabulated under an O-CTS2301 subclade (TMRCA 1,534 [99% CI 3,165 - 590] ybp). Two of the Chinese have been tabulated under O-F402 > O-F2781, whereas the other Chinese member remains under O-F402*.
    23mofang currently has a total of 136 members tabulated under O-F310 > O-CTS3061 > O-F402 > O-MF14449/O-CTS407/O-CTS2301 (TMRCA 2780 ybp).
    YFull currently has three members tabulated under O-CTS3061 > O-F402 > O-FGC45276 > O-CTS2301/O-CTS407/O-MF14449 (TMRCA 2500 [95% CI 3200 <-> 1800] ybp): SRS4375387 from South Korea, NA19085 from Tokyo, and YF086828 Manchu from Heilongjiang. YFull has two members tabulated under O-CTS3061 > O-F402 > O-MF15118 (TMRCA 4200 [95% CI 5400 <-> 3200] ybp): YF002460 Mandarin Chinese from Chongqing and ELT50352 from Henan. One level further up the tree, YFull has two members tabulated under O-CTS3061 > O-MF192507/O-FGC71861 (TMRCA 5400 [95% CI 6800 <-> 4300] ybp): YF114742 from Guangdong, China and YF104489 from South Jeolla, South Korea.

    1/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-Z25921 > O-Z25916 > O-Z25915 > O-CTS4658 > O-Z25928 > O-Y170099 [TMRCA 5220 ybp] > O-F16862 [TMRCA 5040 ybp] (Other members of O-F16862 on TheYtree are from Thailand, Tripura, or Tibet.)
    FTDNA currently has the following members tabulated under O-F16862 (TMRCA 5,270 [99% CI 8,536 - 2,993] ybp): Thailand x27 (2% of all samples from Thailand), China x1, India x1, Unknown Origin x1. I suspect that most of these should be identical to the members of O-F16862 on TheYtree.
    YFull currently has only three members of O-F16862 (TMRCA 5700 [95% CI 6700 <-> 4700] ybp): YF093143 from South Korea, AAGC022069 from Tibet, and ERR1812203 from Tripura.
    23mofang currently has a total of 16 members tabulated under O-Y101264/O-F16862 (TMRCA 5790 ybp).

    5+4/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F14249 > O-ACT3308 > O-Y165811 [TMRCA 6540 ybp] > O-Y81597 [TMRCA 2320 ybp] (One of these individuals, NNS178712, has not explicitly been indicated to be from Korea, but he belongs to a typically Japanese mtDNA haplogroup, and his Y-DNA is typically Korean, so I will presume that he most likely should be a Korean.)
    FTDNA currently has the following members tabulated under O-Y81597: South Korea x1, Unknown Origin x1. As for the mother clade, O-ACT3308/O-Y165811 (TMRCA 6,650 [99% CI 10,649 - 3,838] ybp), FTDNA has one member from China and one member from Mongolia tabulated under O-Y165811 > O-SK1743 (TMRCA 3,303 [99% CI 6,520 - 1,374] ybp) in addition to the aforementioned members of O-Y165811 > O-Y81597.
    YFull currently has the following members tabulated under O-Y165811 (TMRCA 6400 [95% CI 7200 <-> 5600] ybp): YF008467 from North Hamgyeong, SRS2904228 from South Korea, and NNS178712 of undeclared (but presumably Korean) origin under O-Y81597 (TMRCA 2400 [95% CI 3200 <-> 1850] ybp) and YF014618 from Guangdong, ERS5240116 from Singapore, YF096522 from Heilongjiang, and HGDP01225 "Mongola" from Hui Sum, Evenki Autonomous Banner, Hulunbuir under O-ACT4715 (TMRCA 3000 [95% CI 3900 <-> 2200] ybp).
    23mofang currently has 42 members of O-Y81597 (TMRCA 1920 ybp), including a Wonju Choi from North Korea and a Mr. Heo (Korean) from Yanji, Yeonbyeon Korean Autonomous Prefecture, Jilin. 23mofang has a total of 308 members of the greater O-Y165811 clade (TMRCA 6480 ybp), with 262 of these having been assigned to an O-SK1744 subclade (TMRCA 5770 ybp), which subsumes O-SK1743 and O-SK1743 > O-ACT4715. According to 23mofang, "O-SK1744 is an important branch under O-F14249 that is currently mainly concentrated in northern China, accounting for about 0.12% of the national male population."

    1x O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F14249 > O-Z25853 > O-CTS5063 > O-CTS5492 > O-Z25880 [TMRCA 3530 ybp] > O-CTS8998* [TMRCA 2580 ybp]
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-CTS8998 (TMRCA 3,103 [99% CI 4,411 - 2,098] ybp): Myanmar x1, Taiwan x2, Philippines x2, China x7, Thailand x3, Indonesia x2, Vietnam x2, Unknown Origin x16. However, among those with a declared country or region of origin, all but the two from Taiwan, two from China, and one from Indonesia have been tabulated under an O-F14621/Z25894 subclade (TMRCA 3,073 [99% CI 4,409 - 2,052] ybp), and the Korean member of O-CTS8998 on TheYtree is indicated to be basal to O-Z25894.
    YFull currently has the following members of O-CTS8998 (TMRCA 2500 [95% CI 2800 <-> 2100] ybp): Jiangxi x1, Sichuan x3, Belgium x1, Minnan from Taichung, Taiwan x1, Fujian x8, Guangxi x3, Mandarin Chinese from Hubei x1, Anhui x1, Zhejiang x1, Dai from Xishuangbanna, Yunnan x1, Singapore x8, Kinh from Ho Chi Minh City x1, Perak (Malaysia) x1, Hui from Hebei x2, undeclared origin x6.
    23mofang currently has a total of 2797 members tabulated under O-CTS8998 (TMRCA 2570 ybp), but 2472 of those members have been assigned to the O-Z25894 subclade (TMRCA 2570 ybp). 23mofang has dubbed O-CTS8998 "a Great Family of the Land of Chu during the Spring and Autumn Period" (春秋楚地大族) and have estimated that O-CTS8998 should account for the Y-DNA of approximately 1.34% of all males in present-day China, with an especially strong presence in Fujian [9.50%], Taiwan [9.35%], Hainan [5.59%], Guangdong [3.32%], and Zhejiang [3.13%]. The surname Lim 林 is especially common (17.92%) among members of O-CTS8998.

    1x O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F438 > O-F14366 [TMRCA 6720 ybp] > O-Y17728*(xY149108, Y164686, Z25907, F316, ACT7481) [TMRCA 6660 ybp]
    The FTDNA Time Tree currently only one member of O-Y17728(xZ25907/F14329, F316, ACT7481): a sample from China.
    23mofang currently has more than 10,000 members of O-Y17728 (TMRCA 6050 ybp; "O-Y17728 is an important branch under O-F438. This type is one of the branches with a strong population explosion during the middle and late Neolithic Age. It currently accounts for about 4.38% of Chinese men, mainly distributed in the midwestern parts of our country and in provinces and cities of North China and Northeast China), including 587 members of O-Z25907/O-F14329 (TMRCA 5770 ybp; "O-Z25907 is a branch under O-Y17728 that is currently relatively concentrated in northern China, accounting for about 0.29% of the national male population"), 4515 members of O-ACT7481 (TMRCA 6050 ybp), and 4657 members of O-F316 (TMRCA 5020 ybp; "O-F316 is an important branch of O-Y17728. Currently, this type accounts for about 2.04% of the male population in China. It is widely distributed in the north and south, with the highest frequency in Hunan and surrounding areas. A study has found that the family of Liu Bang, the royal family of the Han Dynasty, may have belonged downstream of this branch").
    YFull currently has the following members of O-Y17728/F7479(xZ25907, F316, ACT7481 > Y170159, ACT7481 > F1754) (TMRCA 7000 [95% CI 8200 <-> 5900] ybp): YF017023 from Shandong and SRS14552497 from Henan. However, YFull also has the following three members of O-F438*(xY17728/F7479) (TMRCA 7000 [95% CI 8200 <-> 5900] ybp): YF084242 from South Korea, HGDP00779 Han from China, and HG00409 Han from Hunan.

    7/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F438 > O-F14366 > O-Y17728 > O-ACT7481 > O-Y170159 > O-Y170158 [TMRCA 5610 ybp] > O-BY92262 [TMRCA 2800 ybp] > O-Y102055 [TMRCA 1800 ybp]
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-Y170159 > O-Y170158 > O-BY92262 > O-Y102055: South Korea x1, Unknown Origin x1. This branch is basal to O-F1754 (TMRCA 6,354 [99% CI 8,891 - 4,379] ybp) within O-ACT7481 (TMRCA 6,446 [99% CI 8,926 - 4,501] ybp).
    23mofang currently has 11 members of O-Y102055 (TMRCA 2740 ybp) and 12 members of the slightly broader O-BY92262 (TMRCA 3060 ybp), 20 members of O-Y170158 (TMRCA 6010 ybp), and 27 members of O-Y170159 (TMRCA 6050 ybp). O-Y170159 is clearly not a typical Chinese Y-DNA haplogroup. However, its sister clade, O-ACT7481 (TMRCA 6050 ybp, 4618 members) > O-F1754 (TMRCA 6050 ybp, 4587 members), is quite common among present-day Chinese: "O-F1754 is an important branch under O-Y17728 that is relatively concentrated in northern China, accounting for about 1.86% of the national male population."
    YFull currently has SRS2904221 from South Korea and YF116066 of undeclared origin under O-Y170158 > O-BY92262 (TMRCA 1800 [95% CI 3100 <-> 950] ybp) and YF062630 from Shandong under O-Y170158*(xBY92262). The TMRCA of O-Y170158 is estimated to be 6200 (95% CI 7600 <-> 4900) ybp.

    1/368 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F438 > O-F14366 > O-Y17728 > O-ACT7481 > O-F1754 > O-F2137 > O-A16635 > O-F15823 > O-F1442 [TMRCA 4860 ybp] > O-Y201020 [TMRCA 3540 ybp] > O-TYT65406 [TMRCA 2770 ybp] > O-TYT220310 (This sample is registered as belonging to a Mr. Kim 金 from North Korea. His TMRCA with a Han Chinese Mr. Song 宋 from Shuozhou, Shanxi is estimated to be 2770 ybp.)
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-F15823 (TMRCA 5,343 [99% CI 8,510 - 3,107] ybp): China x1, Mongolia x1, Thailand x1, Unknown Origin x2. The members from China and Thailand as well as the two members of unknown origin have been placed under an O-F15823 > O-MF15397 > O-PF4449 subclade. Shengedaliang 6 from Late Neolithic Shaanxi (2884 - 2410 BC) has been placed under O-MF15397, but not under O-PF4449. The member from present-day Mongolia as well as the DaCaoZi 21-2 specimen from Iron Age Qinghai (120 - 248 AD) have been placed directly under O-F15823 and basal to O-MF15397. The Y-DNA of the Mongolian and the DaCaoZi 21-2 specimen hypothetically could belong to O-F15823 > O-F1442 like this Korean from TheYtree.
    23mofang currently has a total of 2259 members of O-F15823 (TMRCA 5040 ybp), with all but 13 of those having been assigned either to O-MF15397 (n=1708, TMRCA 4880 ybp; "O-MF15397 is a branch of O-F2137. This type has had a strong population explosion in the late Neolithic Age. It is now widely distributed in northern and southern China, accounting for about 0.87% of the national male population") or to O-F1442 (n=538, TMRCA 5040 ybp). Only 48 of the 538 members of O-F1442 have been assigned to the O-Y201020 subclade (TMRCA 3430 ybp); furthermore, 35 of those 48 have been assigned to O-SK1726 (TMRCA 3080 ybp, the "Xu 徐 clan of Yancheng, Jiangsu"), whereas Mr. Kim from North Korea should belong to O-Y201020(xSK1726).
    YFull currently has two members tabulated under O-Y201020 (TMRCA 3300 [95% CI 4200 <-> 2500] ybp) > O-SK1726 (TMRCA 2800 [95% CI 3800 <-> 2000] ybp): HGDP01229 "Mongola" from Hui Sum, Evenki Autonomous Banner, Hulunbuir and YF115151 of undeclared origin.

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    Korean members of O-F122 according to TheYtree as of 2023/5/10
    1/467 O-F122 > O-Z7963*(xTYT190477, TYT140394, BY137474) [TMRCA 4650 ybp] (This is CASEID_123.)
    Neither FTDNA's Time Tree nor YFull currently has any member of O-F122(xF114).
    23mofang currently has 43 members of O-MF38/O-Z7963 (TMRCA 4560 ybp). At least ten of them appear to be from Hebei. There is also a Hao 郝 family from Xuzhou, Jiangsu that belongs to this clade, with at least five family members having tested.

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-MF56662*(xBY101151, MF72700, MF203490) [TMRCA 3970 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-MF56662 > O-MF203490 > O-MF724298 [TMRCA 3140 ybp] > O-FT7747 [TMRCA 3140 ybp] > O-MF269439
    2/467 = 0.43% O-MF56662 total [TMRCA 3970 ybp]
    Neither FTDNA's Time Tree nor YFull currently has any member of O-F743(xF748, CTS8481). (To be precise, YFull does not even recognize the F743 SNP, but it does recognize O-F1725, which both 23mofang and FTDNA consider to be phylogenetically equivalent to O-F743.)
    23mofang currently has 170 members of O-F743(xF748, CTS8481), with 125 of those having been assigned to O-MF56662 (TMRCA 3970 ybp; "O-MF56662 is a branch under O-F114 that is speculated to have originated in eastern China and now accounts for about 0.04% of the national male population. This type has undergone continuous differentiation during the early Xia Dynasty, showing a certain degree of population growth at that time"). 32 members have been further assigned to O-MF56662 > O-MF203490 (TMRCA 3970 ybp); however, only two of those have been assigned to O-MF724298 (TMRCA 3140 ybp), and neither of those has been assigned to O-FT7747.

    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-F748*(xMF59272, CTS2243, MF11653, F1448) [TMRCA 6750 ybp] (One of these is CASEID_99.)
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-F748 > O-MF11653 > O-MF11719 > O-MF888 > O-MF102 > O-MF12720 > O-MF11546 > O-MF212118 [TMRCA 2490 ybp] > O-MF460*(xMF212150, MF11359) [TMRCA 2490 ybp]
    3/467 = 0.64% O-F748 total [TMRCA 6750 ybp]
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-F748 (TMRCA 6,164 [99% 10,046 - 3,470] ybp): China x1, Kazakhstan x1, Vietnam x1, Unknown Origin x4.
    YFull currently has YF081459 from Hebei under O-F748(xBY82921, MF644459) and HG02050 Kinh from Ho Chi Minh City under O-F748 > O-BY82921 > O-F1448 > O-Y318223.
    23mofang currently has 1413 members of O-F748 (TMRCA 6750 ybp; "O-F748 is a branch under O-F114. It is speculated that it may have originated in eastern China, and it now accounts for about 0.52% of the national population. This type has experienced a certain degree of explosive population growth in the middle Neolithic age"), but only 242 of those remain unassigned to any of the four subclades O-MF59272, O-CTS2243, O-MF11653, and O-F1448.
    23mofang currently has 87 members of O-F748 > O-MF460 (TMRCA 2490 ybp), with 63 having been assigned to the O-MF11359 subclade (TMRCA 1820 ybp; 48.21% of members bear the surname Cong 丛 and 19.64% of members bear the surname Liang 梁; accounts for about 0.02% of the entire Chinese male population, but it is concentrated in Ningxia [0.21%], Jilin [0.17%], Shandong [0.12%], Liaoning [0.10%], and Beijing [0.07%]) and perhaps three having been assigned to the O-MF212150 subclade (TMRCA 1540 ybp, a "Shanxi Wang clan").

    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-CTS8481 > O-CTS4325* [TMRCA 7260 ybp] (These two are CASEID_62 and CASEID_84.)
    4/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-CTS8481 > O-CTS4325 > O-A16625 > O-CTS682* [TMRCA 1640 ybp] (These four are CASEID_23, CASEID_45, CASEID_4, and CASEID_20.)
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-CTS8481 > O-CTS4325 > O-A16625 > O-CTS682 > O-MF655879 [TMRCA 1500 ybp] > O-FT227985
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-CTS8481 > O-CTS4325 > O-A16625 > O-CTS682 > O-MF655879 > O-MF654516 [TMRCA 1350 ybp] > O-MF13551 [TMRCA 1350 ybp] > O-MF901
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-CTS8481 > O-CTS4325 > O-A16625 > O-CTS682 > O-MF655879 > O-MF654516 > O-MF53458 [TMRCA 860 ybp] > O-MF11624
    9/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-CTS8481 > O-CTS4325 > O-A16625 > O-CTS682 > O-MF655879 > O-MF654516 > O-MF53458 > O-BY76527 [TMRCA 600 ybp]
    18/467 = 3.85% O-CTS4325 total (Considering that both of the two samples that have been placed under O-CTS4325* and all four of the samples that have been placed under O-CTS682* are CASEID samples, which appear to have poor resolution because of a relatively low number of SNPs having been assessed, I would say that there is no strong evidence for a presence of the purported ancestors of the royal family of Joseon in Korea prior to the MRCA of O-MF655879 [TMRCA 1500 ybp]. Members of the nearest outgroup, O-BY161237, have been found in Kanagawa and Tokyo, Japan.)
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-CTS4325 (TMRCA 6,171 [99% CI 8,943 - 4,071] ybp): South Korea x1, Japan x2, China x3, Unknown Origin x4. The three samples from China have all been placed under an O-BY101176/O-MF15389 subclade. On the other hand, the samples from South Korea, Japan, and Unknown Origin have all been placed under an O-CTS2272/O-CTS682 subclade (TMRCA 1,852 [99% CI 3,342 - 894] ybp). The Japanese samples have been assigned to O-CTS682 > O-BY161237 (TMRCA 1,747 [99% CI 3,562 - 686] ybp), whereas the South Korean sample and one of the samples of unknown origin have been assigned to O-CTS682 > O-BY127948/O-BY146675/O-S24684 (TMRCA 1,407 [99% CI 3,257 - 431] ybp).
    YFull currently has two subclades tabulated under O-CTS4325 (TMRCA 6400 [95% CI 7500 <-> 5300] ybp): O-A16630 and O-CTS682. The O-A16630 subclade (TMRCA 5700 [95% CI 6900 <-> 4500] ybp) subsumes YF102029 from Guizhou under O-A16630* plus YF009710 Mindong Chinese from Fujian, SRS14552529 from Henan, YF063948 of undeclared origin, and ELT50286 from Shandong under O-BY101176/O-MF15389 (TMRCA 2100 [95% CI 2700 <-> 1450] ybp). The O-CTS682 subclade (TMRCA 1950 [95% CI 2700 <-> 1300] ybp) subsumes YF015244 Japanese from Kanagawa and NA19083 Japanese from Tokyo under O-BY161237 (TMRCA 1950 [95% CI 2700 <-> 1300] ybp) plus SRS954747 from South Korea, YF063720 from Seoul, and AK5 from South Korea under O-MF654516/O-S24684 (TMRCA 1050 [95% CI 1650 <-> 550] ybp).
    23mofang currently has 578 members of O-CTS4325 (TMRCA 7260 ybp: "O-CTS4325 is a branch under O-F114 that is currently mainly distributed in eastern China, accounting for about 0.19% of the national male population"), with 63 members placed under O-CTS4325 > O-MF122709 (TMRCA 4490 ybp; "O-MF122709 is a primary subclade under O-CTS4325 that currently accounts for about 0.02% of the Chinese male population and is mainly distributed in Zhejiang") and 491 members placed under O-A16625 (TMRCA 6790 ybp). O-A16625 is further subdivided into O-A16629/O-A16630 (TMRCA 5750 ybp, 392 members) and O-CTS682 (TMRCA 1640 ybp, 9 members). Eight of the nine members of O-CTS682 have been classified under O-MF655879 (TMRCA 1500 ybp), which has been dubbed "the Jeonju Lee clan of Joseon/Han (i.e. North/South Korea)." Six of those have been further placed under O-MF654516 (TMRCA 1350 ybp), of whom five belong to O-MF654516 > O-MF53458 (TMRCA 860 ybp) and one belongs to O-MF654516 > O-MF13551 > O-MF897.

    23/467 = 4.93% O-F114 > O-F743 total [TMRCA 13370 ybp]

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-Y29828 > O-F735 > O-F2921 > O-MF64921 [TMRCA 5910 ybp] > O-MF370669
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-Y29828 > O-F735 > O-F2921 > O-MF64921 > O-MF56792* [TMRCA 2440 ybp]
    2/467 = 0.43% O-F2921 > O-MF64921 total
    23mofang currently has 228 members of O-F2921 (TMRCA 6600 ybp): "O-F2921 is an important branch under O-F735 that currently accounts for about 0.11% of the male population in China and is mainly distributed in North China and Northeast China." However, it appears that only 25 of those 228 have been assigned to the O-MF64921 > O-MF56792 subclade (TMRCA 2440 ybp), and none has explicitly been assigned to the O-MF64921 > O-MF370669 subclade.
    YFull does not currently have any member of O-F2921.
    FTDNA currently has two members from Thailand who have been assigned to O-F876 > O-F817/O-F2496/O-F3421, which is a subclade of O-F2921(xMF64921) according to 23mofang.

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-Y29828 > O-F735 > O-Y30499 > O-Y30478 > O-Y30465 > O-FGC34973 > O-Y84267 > O-Y102521 > O-MF85218 > O-Y110069 [TMRCA 2220 ybp] (Also includes a Mr. Chu 褚 from Zhuji, Zhejiang.)
    YFull currently has two members of O-Y30499/O-ACT7227 > O-Y29829/O-Y30478 (TMRCA 2300 [95% CI 3200 <-> 1550] ybp): YF007988 from Liaoning and YF007901 of undeclared origin.
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-Y30499 > O-BY38163/O-Y30478 (TMRCA 2,080 [99% CI 3,746 - 1,007] ybp): China x1, Unknown Origin x2. Note the discrepancy between the phylogeny according to FTDNA, in which O-Y30478 is basal to O-ACT7227, and the phylogeny according to YFull, in which O-Y30478 is downstream of O-ACT7227.
    23mofang currently has 45 members of O-Y30499/O-ACT7227 > O-Y30478 (TMRCA 7150 ybp). 35 of those have been assigned to the O-FGC34973 subclade (TMRCA 3010 ybp).

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-Y29828 > O-F735 > O-Y30499 > O-MF374 [TMRCA 6440 ybp] > O-MF215560 [TMRCA 4730 ybp] (Other members are a Mr. Wang from Xinxiang, Henan and a Mr. Fu from Hailin, Heilongjiang.)
    23mofang currently has 247 members of O-MF374 (TMRCA 6440 ybp), which it considers to be phylogenetically equivalent to O-MF215560: "O-MF374 is an important branch under O-Y30499 that currently accounts for about 0.46% of Chinese males, and its distribution is relatively concentrated in the northern region. This type has differentiated many times in a row during the mid-Neolithic, showing a certain degree of population development at that time."
    YFull currently has the following members of O-Y30499/O-ACT7227 > O-MF374 (TMRCA 6400 [95% CI 7500 <-> 5300] ybp): YF115129 and NNS178699 of undeclared origin under O-CTS9834 (TMRCA 4800 [95% CI 6100 <-> 3800] ybp) plus HGDP01347 Tu from Guinan, Hainan, Qinghai and ELT50292 from Henan under O-Y168218/O-MF11432 (TMRCA 4500 [95% CI 5700 <-> 3400] ybp).
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-Y30499 > O-ACT7227 > O-MF12389 (= O-MF374): Vietnam x2, Thailand x2, China x1, Unknown Origin x1. The two samples from Vietnam and the sample of unknown origin have been assigned to the O-MF35874/O-CTS9834 subclade, whereas the two samples from Thailand and the sample from China have been assigned to the O-MF11432 subclade.
    2/467 = 0.43% O-Y30499 total (23mofang: "O-Y30499 [TMRCA 7470 ybp, 1304 members] is an important branch under O-F735 that is currently mainly distributed in northern China, accounting for about 0.65% of the national male population.")

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-MF12414 > O-F14467 > O-F14338 > O-MF67986 [TMRCA 3970 ybp] > O-MF62510 [TMRCA 1700 ybp] (Other members are a Beijing Han, a Mr. Ding from Huai'an, Jiangsu, and a pair of Mr. Xue from Binhai, Tianjin.)
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-MF12414 > O-F14467 > O-F14338 > O-MF15790 > O-MF21490 [TMRCA 5110 ybp] > O-MF21107 [TMRCA 2060 ybp] > O-MF609878
    2/467 = 0.43% O-F14338 total
    23mofang currently has 810 members of O-F14338 (TMRCA 6680 ybp): "O-F14338 is a branch of O-MF12414. At present, this type is distributed in China and surrounding countries such as Kazakhstan, Thailand, and South Korea. Among them, it accounts for about 0.39% of Chinese men. It is distributed with high frequency in Tibet, while also having a certain distribution in other provinces and cities." 23mofang has 46 members of O-F14338 > O-MF67986 (TMRCA 3970 ybp) and 134 members of O-F14338 > O-MF15790 (TMRCA 6440 ybp); however, it has only six members assigned to O-MF21490 (TMRCA 5110 ybp), only three members assigned to O-MF21107 (TMRCA 2060 ybp), and only two members assigned to O-MF609878.
    YFull currently has the following members of O-CTS10535/O-F14338 (TMRCA 6500 [95% CI 8300 <-> 4900] ybp): NA18643 Beijing Han under O-F14338 > O-MF67986 plus YF097167 from Jiangsu and YF079964 Kazakh from Astana, Kazakhstan under O-F14338 > O-MF30881/O-FT237155 > O-MF58622/O-FT234934.
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-F14338 (TMRCA 6,491 [99% CI 10,186 - 3,852] ybp): China x1, Thailand x1, Unknown Origin x1. The sample from Thailand and the sample of unknown origin have been assigned to the O-MF30881 subclade.

    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-FGC16858 > O-CTS3763 > O-FGC16863 > O-L1360 > O-FGC16889 > O-FGC16896 > O-FGC16898 > O-FGC16900 > O-FGC16888 [TMRCA 3580 ybp] > O-FGC53555*(xSK654, Y156916) (Other members of O-FGC53555 are a Mr. Huang from Tangshan, Hebei under O-SK654 > O-Y237094 and a pair of Mr. Liu from Bijie, Guizhou under O-Y156916. O-FGC16888 > O-FGC16929 subsumes a very young subclade, O-Y22279 [TMRCA 550 ybp], that appears to have spread with the Naiman tribe of Kazakhs.)
    23mofang currently has 383 members of O-FGC16888 (TMRCA 3550 ybp), with 295 of those having been assigned to an O-FGC16888 > O-FGC16929 > O-FGC16921 subclade (TMRCA 2930 ybp; "O-FGC16921 is a branch of O-FGC16889. At present, some of the population of this type are concentrated in Xinjiang, China and the Kazakh Naiman family (O-Y22279) in Kazakhstan, and the other part is widely distributed among the Han population in Hunan, Guizhou, Sichuan, Henan, Jiangxi, and other places in China. Among them, this type accounts for about 0.19% of the population of Chinese men"). On 23mofang, O-SK654 (TMRCA 1880 ybp, three members) and O-Y156916 (TMRCA 1480 ybp, nine members) are subclades of O-FGC16888 > O-MF805/O-MF13236 (TMRCA 3550 ybp, 35 members).
    YFull currently has YF081435 from Hebei, YF015169 from Guizhou, and SRS2904219 from South Korea tabulated under O-FGC16888 (TMRCA 3700 [95% CI 4600 <-> 2900] ybp) > O-MF805/O-MF13236/O-Y165701 (TMRCA 3700 [95% CI 4600 <-> 2900] ybp) plus YF003136 of undeclared origin, SRS1980666 from Kazakhstan, YF085986 from Almaty Oblast, Kazakhstan, and YF009227 from Almaty Oblast, Kazakhstan tabulated under O-FGC16888 > O-FGC16885/O-Y22279 (TMRCA 275 [95% CI 700 <-> 100] ybp).
    FTDNA currently has the following members tabulated under O-FGC16887/O-FGC16888/O-Y22279 (TMRCA 602 [99% CI 1,025 - 318] ybp): Kazakhstan x5, South Korea x1, Unknown Origin x1.

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-FGC16858 > O-CTS3763 > O-FGC16863 > O-SK1768 > O-FGC23873 > O-F4249 > O-TYT158795 > O-MF108 [TMRCA 2700 ybp] > O-FGC23868 [TMRCA 2510 ybp] > O-TYT97372
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-FGC16858 > O-CTS3763 > O-FGC16863 > O-SK1768 > O-FGC23873 > O-F4249 > O-TYT158795 > O-MF108 > O-FGC23868 > O-TYT182100* [TMRCA 2290 ybp]
    2/467 = 0.43% O-FGC23868 total [TMRCA 2510 ybp]
    23mofang has dubbed O-FGC23868 (TMRCA 2520 ybp, 520 members) the "Dukes of Qi 齐 with the surname Tian," i.e. the ruling family of the State of Qi during the Warring States Period after the usurpation of Qi's throne ca. 386 BC by a certain Mr. Tian (田氏) of the Gui (妫) clan/tribe. The original Dukes of Qi belonged to the Jiang (姜) clan/tribe. According to 23mofang, "Today, descendants of this family are widely distributed across the country, accounting for about 0.32% of the male population in China." It is spread widely across the country, but it seems to be most common in Shanxi [0.96%], Shandong [0.82%], Henan [0.77%], Liaoning [0.68%], Heilongjiang [0.67%], Jiangsu [0.66%], Inner Mongolia [0.65%], and Shaanxi [0.64%].
    YFull currently has the following members of O-FGC23868(xFGC23859) (TMRCA 2200 [95% CI 2800 <-> 1650] ybp): YF102164 from Chongqing, YF080386 from Taiwan, YF080192 from Shandong, and HGDP01228 "Mongola" from Hulunbuir.
    FTDNA currently has one member from China and one member of unknown origin tabulated under O-FGC23868 (TMRCA 2,159 [99% CI 4,471 - 825] ybp).

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-FGC16858 > O-CTS3763 > O-FGC16863 > O-SK1768 > O-CTS2882 > O-CTS335 > O-F14163 > O-Z26248 > O-Z26251 > O-Z26258 > O-S17750 [TMRCA 4210 ybp] > O-F16793 [TMRCA 3600 ybp] > O-TYT113361 [TMRCA 3310 ybp] > O-TYT166052* [TMRCA 2720 ybp] (Other members of O-TYT166052 are a Mr. Xie from Yangzhou, Jiangsu under O-TYT166052 > O-FT238332 > O-MF314652 plus two samples from Japan and HGDP01246 Xibe from Ili, Xinjiang under O-TYT166052 > O-Y148049 > O-TYT188600 [TMRCA 2120 ybp].)
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-FGC16858 > O-CTS3763 > O-FGC16863 > O-SK1768 > O-CTS2882 > O-CTS335 > O-F14163 > O-Z26248 > O-Z26251 > O-Z26258 > O-TYT162786 [TMRCA 4180 ybp] > O-TYT112886 > O-TYT135451 > O-TYT39493* [TMRCA 3550 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-FGC16858 > O-CTS3763 > O-FGC16863 > O-SK1768 > O-CTS2882 > O-CTS335 > O-F14163 > O-Z26248 > O-Z26251 > O-Z26258 > O-Y142071 [TMRCA 4220 ybp] > O-Z26276 [TMRCA 4190 ybp]
    3/467 = 0.64% O-Z26258 total
    23mofang currently has 1680 members of O-Z26258 (TMRCA 4200 ybp), which it has dubbed "a Great Family of the North during the Xia Era." 23mofang estimates that this clade should account for the Y-DNA of about 1.53% of all males in China, with the greatest densities being in Hubei [3.05%], Shanxi [2.61%], Hunan [2.39%], Shaanxi [2.15%], Jiangxi [1.97%], Henan [1.93%], Shandong [1.87%], Zhejiang [1.84%], Chongqing [1.81%], Jiangsu [1.78%], and Jilin [1.76%]. 23mofang currently has 38 members of O-Z26258 > O-S17750/O-F16793 (TMRCA 2840 ybp) and 952 members of O-Z26258 > O-Y142071 > O-Z26276 (TMRCA 4110 ybp).
    It is unclear whether YFull has any member of O-Z26258 > O-S17750 or O-Z26258 > O-TYT162786. YFull has twelve samples tabulated under O-Z26258 > O-Z26261 > O-Y142071 (TMRCA 3800 [95% CI 4600 <-> 3000] ybp): YF065306 from Anhui, YF064361 from Gansu, NA18648 Beijing Han, ERS5240187 from Singapore, SRS14552487 from Henan, HGDP01303 Uyghur from Huocheng County, Ili, Xinjiang, YF118156 from Zhejiang, YF064434 from Jiangxi, ERR1347684 Thai from Thailand, HG00526 Hunan Han, HG00524 Hunan Han, and HG00512 Hunan Han.
    At FTDNA, O-Z26258/O-CTS2685 (TMRCA 4,229 [99% CI 5,994 - 2,869] ybp) is divided into two major subclades, O-CTS3856/O-Y142071/O-Z26276 (TMRCA 3,745 [99% CI 5,572 - 2,388] ybp) and O-CTS4628/O-FT317617/O-MF1185 (TMRCA 1,561 [99% CI 3,103 - 642] ybp), while there is also one member of O-Z26258*/O-CTS2685* from China. The membership of O-CTS3856/O-Y142071/O-Z26276 is China x6, Thailand x1, whereas the membership of O-CTS4628/O-FT317617/O-MF1185 is Japan x2, Kazakhstan x1.

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-MF56348 > O-MF214272 [TMRCA 3570 ybp] (Also includes a Mr. Wu from Changyi, Shandong, a Mr. Zhu from Fengcheng, Liaoning, a Mr. Liu from Dalian, Liaoning, and a Mr. Liu from Lanling, Shandong under O-MF214272 > O-MF79602 > O-MF214270 [TMRCA 2150 ybp]. Basal to O-MF214272 is the Y-DNA of an individual from Baoding, Hebei who has been assigned to O-MF56348 > O-MF56893.)
    23mofang currently has four members of O-MF214272 > O-MF79602 > O-MF214270 (TMRCA 2150 ybp): Mr. Wu from Changyi, Weifang, Shandong; Mr. Zhu from Fengcheng, Dandong, Liaoning; Mr. Liu from Shahekou, Dalian, Liaoning; Mr. Liu from Lanling County, Linyi, Shandong. These are indubitably identical to the four members of O-MF214272 > O-MF79602 > O-MF214270 on TheYtree.
    FTDNA does not currently have any members of O-F48(xY93838, CTS1011) tabulated on its Time Tree.
    YFull currently has YF012881 from Shandong tabulated under O-F48(xY93838, CTS1011).

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-Y93838 > O-MF179797 > O-MF11514 [TMRCA 5620 ybp] > O-MF383 [TMRCA 3050 ybp]
    23mofang currently has 217 members of O-MF383 (TMRCA 3050 ybp). 23mofang has stated, "O-MF383 is an important branch under O-Y93838 that currently accounts for about 0.10% of Chinese males and is mainly distributed in Henan, Hebei and other places. A study has found that the Boling Cui family [博陵崔氏], prominent during the Middle Ages, may belong downstream of this type."
    FTDNA currently has two samples tabulated under O-F163 > O-SK1762 (TMRCA 3,268 [99% CI 6,296 - 1,418] ybp): China x1, Unknown Origin x1. According to 23mofang, O-SK1762 is phylogenetically equivalent to O-MF383.
    YFull currently has three samples tabulated under O-SK1762/O-MF383 (TMRCA 2700 [95% CI 3500 <-> 1950] ybp): YF078388 Jinyu Chinese from Henan and YF007868 from Henan under O-SK1762 > O-Y81569 (TMRCA 1850 [95% CI 2700 <-> 1250] ybp) plus HGDP01353 Tu from Guinan, Hainan, Qinghai under O-SK1762*(xY81569).

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-MF174785 > O-MF174786 [TMRCA 2600 ybp] > O-MF269209
    23mofang currently has 28 members of O-MF174785 (TMRCA 5580 ybp) and 14 members of O-MF174785 > O-MF174786 (TMRCA 2600 ybp). However, they do not have any member tabulated under O-MF174785 > O-MF174786 > O-MF269209.
    YFull currently has NA18609 Beijing Han and NA18562 Beijing Han tabulated under O-Z2037/O-CTS1844, which belongs to O-CTS1011(xF55). However, O-CTS1844 is a separate subclade parallel to O-MF174785 and O-F55 under O-CTS1011 according to 23mofang.
    FTDNA likewise has no case of O-CTS1011(xF55) on its Time Tree besides two samples from China that have been tabulated under O-CTS1011 > O-CTS1844.

    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504* (These two are CASEID_104 and CASEID_167.)
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-FGC14694 > O-F16281 [TMRCA 1790 ybp] > O-MF23713
    YFull currently has ERR1347709 from South Korea tabulated under O-CTS2815/O-F504/O-F55*(xF700).
    FTDNA likewise currently has one sample from South Korea tabulated under O-F55*(xF700).
    23mofang currently has 57 members under O-FGC14694 (TMRCA 3100 ybp), 36 members under O-FGC14694 > O-F16281 (TMRCA 1760 ybp), and 22 members under O-FGC14694 > O-F16281 > O-MF23713. Altogether, 23mofang appears to have 71 members of O-F504(xF700), with 57 of those 71 having been assigned to O-FGC14694.

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-F700 [TMRCA 3130 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-F700 > O-F14475* [TMRCA 3130 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-F700 > O-F14475 > O-F15657 > O-F2505 > O-MF194* [TMRCA 2950 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-F700 > O-F14475 > O-F15657 > O-F2505 > O-MF194 > O-MF11605 [TMRCA 2690 ybp] > O-MF125
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-F700 > O-F14475 > O-F15657 > O-F2505 > O-MF194 > O-Z39488 > O-MF984 > O-MF24843 [TMRCA 2300 ybp] > O-MF23939 [TMRCA 2300 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-F700 > O-F14475 > O-F15657 > O-F2505 > O-MF194 > O-Z39488 > O-MF984 > O-MF24843 > O-MF23939 > O-MF773362
    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-F700 > O-F14475 > O-F15657 > O-F2505 > O-MF194 > O-Z39488 > O-MF984 > O-MF24843 > O-MF23939 > O-MF23974 [TMRCA 2140 ybp] > O-MF29645 [TMRCA 1680 ybp] > O-MF25399 [TMRCA 1680 ybp]
    8/467 = 1.71% O-F700 total [TMRCA 3130 ybp]
    23mofang has 1825 members of O-F700 (TMRCA 3130 ybp), which it has dubbed the "Various Jiang Clans of the Zhou Dynasty." O-F700 is estimated to account for the Y-DNA of about 0.81% of all males in present-day China, with the density being greatest in Taiwan [1.24%], Inner Mongolia [1.10%], Jiangxi [1.10%], Hunan [1.05%], Beijing [1.02%], Guizhou [1.01%], Heilongjiang [0.98%], Shandong [0.98%], Fujian [0.98%], Ningxia [0.97%], and Shaanxi [0.96%]. 1291 of those 1825 members of O-F700 have been placed under the O-F14475 subclade (TMRCA 3130 ybp), and 450 of those 1291 members of O-F14475 have been placed under the O-MF194 subclade (TMRCA 2940 ybp). 23mofang has dubbed O-MF194 the "Dukes of Qi who belong to the Jiang Clan/Tribe" i.e. the original rulers of the State of Qi prior to Mr. Tian's usurpation of the throne ca. 386 BC. 23mofang states, "At present, this type accounts for about 0.37% of the male population in China and is mainly distributed in northern provinces such as Shandong, Hebei, and Henan. In addition, this type has a large distribution in South Korea, accounting for about 1.5% of the Korean male population."
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-F700 (TMRCA 3,300 [99% CI 5,013 - 2,048] ybp): Japan x3, South Korea x1, China x5, Vietnam x1, Unknown Origin x5. Under the O-F700 > O-F14475 > O-F2505 subclade (TMRCA 2,857 [99% CI 5,097 - 1,404] ybp), FTDNA has Japan x2, South Korea x1, China x3, Vietnam x1, and Unknown Origin x4. Under the O-F700 > O-F14475 > O-CTS2562 subclade (TMRCA 64 [99% CI 445 - 0] ybp), FTDNA has China x2, Unknown Origin x1. FTDNA has one member from Japan tabulated under O-F700(xF14475).
    YFull currently has eighteen samples tabulated under O-F700 (TMRCA 3400 [95% CI 4000 <-> 2800] ybp). YF013501 from Liaoning, YF080137 of undeclared origin, YF073788 from Guizhou, YF076676 from Hunan, and YF064714 from Hunan have been assigned to the O-F700 > O-MF4641 subclade (TMRCA 2700 [95% CI 3500 <-> 1900] ybp). HG00683 Hunan Han has been placed under O-F700 > O-F14475*(xF2505). Under O-F700 > O-F14475 > O-F2505 (TMRCA 3000 [95% CI 3500 <-> 2500] ybp), YFull has the following samples: YF013462 from Hebei, YF071782 and YF071747 of undeclared origin, YF071712 from Hebei, SRS950638 from South Korea, SRS14552524 from Henan, SRS14552484 from Henan, YF074295 from Shanxi, HG01860 Kinh from Ho Chi Minh City, and ERS2102977 from China. YFull also has NNS178770 of unknown origin and NA19076 Japanese from Tokyo under O-F700*(xMF4641, F14475).

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-MF52 > O-MF27247 > O-MF134474 > O-MF23208 [TMRCA 4800 ybp] > O-MF25745 [TMRCA 3860 ybp] > O-MF25232 [TMRCA 3860 ybp] > O-MF22882
    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-MF52 > O-MF27247 > O-MF134474 > O-MF23208 > O-MF25745 > O-MF25232 > O-MF654047 [TMRCA 3860 ybp]
    3/467 = 0.64% O-MF25232 total [TMRCA 3860 ybp]
    23mofang currently has one member tabulated under O-MF25232 > O-MF22882. 23mofang has 28 members tabulated under the mother clade, O-MF25745 (TMRCA 3860 ybp), with half of those being from either Zhejiang or Jiangsu. In regard to the greater O-MF52 clade, 23mofang has stated, "O-MF52 is a branch under O-F242 that is mainly concentrated in eastern and northeastern China, accounting for about 0.10% of the national male population."
    FTDNA does not have any member of O-F242(xF1116).
    YFull does not have any member of O-MF52.

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-MF941 [TMRCA 4500 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-MF941 > O-BY25965 > O-MF23166 [TMRCA 2280 ybp] > O-MF23225 [TMRCA 2130 ybp]
    2/467 = 0.43% O-MF941 total [TMRCA 4500 ybp]
    23mofang currently has 142 members of O-MF941 (TMRCA 4470 ybp; "O-MF941 is a branch under O-F242 that is currently mainly distributed in southern China, accounting for about 0.11% of males in the country"). However, only five of those have been tabulated under the O-MF941 > O-BY25965 > O-MF23166 subclade (TMRCA 2280 ybp), and only two of those have been tabulated under the O-MF941 > O-BY25965 > O-MF23166 > O-MF23225 subclade (TMRCA 2130 ybp).
    FTDNA does not have any member of O-F242(xF1116).
    YFull currently has YF103927 from Shandong tabulated under O-F242 > O-F14454/Z26099 > O-MF941 (TMRCA 5100 [95% CI 6800 <-> 3500] ybp) > O-Y176060.

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-MF2630 > O-F1866 > O-MF621911 > O-F4117 [TMRCA 4420 ybp] > O-MF2628 [TMRCA 3970 ybp]
    23mofang currently has 32 members of O-MF2628 > O-MF2623 (TMRCA 1760 ybp). Members of this clade seem to be concentrated in the vicinity of the Anhui-Jiangxi-Hubei tripoint, but there are also a few members in Shanghai, Sichuan, Guizhou, and even Hebei.
    YFull currently has the following members of O-F4117 (TMRCA 4300 [95% CI 5500 <-> 3200] ybp): YF014764 from Jiangxi and AAGC022158 from Sichuan.
    FTDNA also has just two members of O-F4117, both from China, who may be identical with the members on YFull.

    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-MF357 > O-MF13199 > O-MF11852 [TMRCA 2790 ybp] > O-MF342 [TMRCA 1300 ybp]
    23mofang currently has three members of O-MF342 (TMRCA 1300 ybp) and 16 members of the mother clade, O-MF11852 (TMRCA 2740 ybp). 23mofang has 517 members of O-MF357 (TMRCA 3160 ybp) altogether, and they have stated, "O-MF357 is a branch of O-F273, currently concentrated in Jiangxi, Guangdong, Taiwan, Sichuan, Hunan and other places, accounting for about 0.23% of the national male population."
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-MF82/O-MF357 (TMRCA 3,023 [99% CI 5,522 - 1,432] ybp): South Korea x2, China x1. The two South Korean members have been placed under an O-MF241/O-MF308/O-MF342 subclade (TMRCA 1,353 [99% CI 2,885 - 489] ybp).
    YFull currently has the following members of O-MF357 (TMRCA 2800 [95% CI 3600 <-> 2000] ybp): YF110999 from Maine, USA and SRS14552482 from Henan under O-MF357 > O-ACT1039 (TMRCA 1950 [95% CI 3300 <-> 1050] ybp) plus SRS964343 from South Korea and SRS950637 from South Korea under O-MF357 > O-MF342 (TMRCA 1150 [95% CI 1850 <-> 650] ybp). It is quite possible that YFull, FTDNA, and TheYtree may all have analyzed an identical pair of South Korean samples.

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-PH2678 > O-MF14618 > O-MF15820 [TMRCA 3750 ybp] > O-MF14561 [TMRCA 2560 ybp]
    23mofang currently has 21 members of O-MF14561 (TMRCA 2510 ybp). 23mofang has 123 members of the broader O-MF14618 clade (TMRCA 3910 ybp). O-MF14618 has been dubbed "a Great Family of East China during the Xia Era," and it is estimated that about 0.30% of all males in present-day China should belong to this clade. It is especially common in Chongqing [1.05%], Tianjin [0.99%], Gansu [0.84%], Jiangxi [0.64%], Zhejiang [0.64%], Guizhou [0.62%], Shanghai [0.56%], and Inner Mongolia [0.52%], exhibiting a rather unusual pattern of concentration in peripheral areas that probably have been frontier zones during the Shang and Zhou eras.
    FTDNA currently has two members of O-MF14618, both from China.
    YFull likewise has two members of O-MF14618 (TMRCA 5300 [95% CI 6000 <-> 4700] ybp): NA18572 Beijing Han and YF116101 of undeclared origin. I suspect that YFull may have misplaced the MF14618 SNP in its phylogeny, and that NA18572 Beijing Han may actually belong to O-PH2678(xMF14618).

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-CTS4266 > O-F14839 [TMRCA 4620 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-CTS4266 > O-F14839 > O-F23272 [TMRCA 4620 ybp]
    3/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-CTS4266 > O-F14839 > O-F23272 > O-MF3350 [TMRCA 3530 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-CTS4266 > O-F14839 > O-F23272 > O-MF3239 > O-MF2695 > O-MF25015 > O-MF179864 > O-MF31009 [TMRCA 2960 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-CTS4266 > O-F14839 > O-F23272 > O-MF174853 > O-MF118 > O-MF11688 [TMRCA 2960 ybp] > O-MF156116 [TMRCA 2170 ybp]
    7/467 = 1.50% O-F14839 total [TMRCA 4620 ybp]
    23mofang currently has 1417 members of O-F14839 (TMRCA 4540 ybp). 1409 of those 1417 members have been assigned to the O-F23272 subclade (TMRCA 4540 ybp), which 23mofang has dubbed "a Great Family of the North during the Longshan Period." 23mofang has stated, "It is speculated that it may be a large family that has experienced a relatively great development in the northern part of our country during the Longshan Culture Period. Currently, this type accounts for about 0.61% of the male population in China." O-F23272 is especially common in Tianjin [1.42%], Inner Mongolia [1.17%], Shanghai [1.10%], Jiangsu [0.96%], Hebei [0.91%], Shandong [0.88%], Shanxi [0.83%], Beijing [0.83%], and Zhejiang [0.81%]. In regard to the O-MF3350 subclade (TMRCA 3480 ybp, 128 members), 23mofang has stated, "O-MF3350 is a branch under O-F23272 that currently accounts for about 0.07% of Chinese men and is widely distributed in the north and south."
    FTDNA does not currently have any member of O-F14839(xF23272). FTDNA has the following members of O-F23272 (TMRCA 4,279 [99% CI 6,909 - 2,441] ybp): China x2, Japan x1. The Japanese member and one of the Chinese members have been tabulated under an O-F17584 subclade (TMRCA 3,261 [99% CI 5,713 - 1,650] ybp). According to 23mofang, O-F17584 is a subclade of O-MF174853 parallel to O-MF24120 and O-MF118.
    YFull currently has the following members of O-F14839 (TMRCA 4100 [95% CI 5100 <-> 3200] ybp): ELT50018 from Henan, YF118252 and YF005178 of undeclared origin, HGDP00753 from the HGDP sample of Japanese, and AAGC022151 from Henan. ELT50018 from Henan has been tabulated under O-F14839*(xF23272). HGDP00753 from the HGDP sample of Japanese and AAGC022151 from Henan have been tabulated under the O-F14839 > O-F23272 > O-F17584 subclade (TMRCA 2800 [95% CI 3800 <-> 2000] ybp). HGDP00753 is very possibly identical to the Japanese member of O-F17584 on FTDNA's tree.

    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-CTS4266 > O-Z26108 > O-Z26111 > O-F14521 > O-F14486 > O-Y51255 > O-BY119845 > O-MF13062 > O-MF1457 [TMRCA 2230 ybp] > O-MF146 [TMRCA 130 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-CTS4266 > O-Z26108 > O-Z26111 > O-Y30135 > O-MF28309 > O-MF122294 [TMRCA 3090 ybp] > O-F16854 [TMRCA 3090 ybp]
    3/467 = 0.64% O-Z26111 total
    23mofang currently has 1839 members of O-Z26111 (TMRCA 4370 ybp). According to 23mofang, "O-Z26111 is an important branch under O-Z26108 that currently accounts for about 0.72% of the male population in China, and its distribution is mainly concentrated in the Jiangsu-Zhejiang area and in northern regions."
    FTDNA currently has the following members of O-Z26111 (TMRCA 4,561 [99% CI 6,258 - 3,220] ybp): China x10, South Korea x2, Vietnam x3. The South Korean members have been placed under an O-Z26111 > O-Z26148 > O-F14486 > O-BY62029 > O-MF146 subclade (TMRCA 73 [99% CI 528 - 0] ybp).
    YFull currently has the following members tabulated under O-Z26111 > O-Y30135 > O-MF28309 > O-MF122294/O-F16854 (TMRCA 1950 [95% CI 3300 <-> 1050] ybp): NA18546 Beijing Han and YF094991 of undeclared origin. YFull also has the following samples tabulated under O-Z26111 > O-Z26148 > O-Z26156 > O-BY102696 (TMRCA 2500 [95% CI 3300 <-> 1750] ybp): ELT70270 Hakka from Guangdong, YF014645 from Guangdong, YF014644 from Guangdong, YF014642 from Guangdong, and YF014639 from Guangdong under O-BY102696/O-MF1457 > O-BY61500/O-BY107146/O-Y153220 (TMRCA 1250 [95% CI 1850 <-> 650] ybp) and SRS955912 from South Korea under O-BY102696/O-MF1457*. O-MF146 does in fact belong to O-MF1457(xBY107146) according to 23mofang, so it is possible that SRS955912 from South Korea may belong to O-MF146 or pre-O-MF146.

    46/467 = 9.85% O-M134 > O-F114 > O-F46 > O-FGC85750 total
    70/467 = 14.99% O-F122 total

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    I have gleaned 99 Korean Y-DNA samples from TheYtree in addition to 368 that have been officially added to "The Korean YTree."

    Many of these 99 additional samples appear to have relatively poor phylogenetic resolution. However, the resolution is still better than the resolution that has been provided by most heretofore published academic studies of Korean Y-DNA.

    When added to the 368 samples from https://korean.theytree.com/, the result is as follows:

    1/467 D-CTS131
    1/467 D-M116.1 [This is the Y-DNA of Gimhae_KD12, a supposedly royal or noble individual buried in a Gaya tumulus in Daeseong-dong, Gimhae.)
    3/467 D-M116.1 > D-CTS1897
    1/467 D-M116.1 > D-M125 > D-Z18556
    1/467 D-M116.1 > D-M125 > D-IMS-JST022457
    1/467 D-M116.1 > D-M125 > D-IMS-JST022457 > D-FT312195
    1/467 D-M116.1 > D-M125 > D-IMS-JST022457 > D-BY77272
    9/467 = 1.93% D-M64.1 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found D-M174 in 18/706 = 2.55% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    1/467 C-CTS6678 > C-MZ191
    1/467 C-CTS6678 > C-Z7972 > C-Y170130
    1/467 C-CTS6678 > C-Z7972 > C-Y245709
    3/467 = 0.64% C-CTS6678 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found C-RPS4Y711(xM217) in 2/706 = 0.28% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    1/467 C-L1373 [This is a sample obtained from a specimen from the Daejuk-ri site in Seosan.]
    3/467 C-L1373 > C-F3447 > C-Y163913 > C-Y165510
    2/467 C-L1373 > C-F3447 > C-Y163913 > C-ACT1984
    1/467 C-L1373 > C-F3447 > C-F4032 > C-Y176542 [This individual is a Gimhae Gim/Kim.]
    1/467 C-L1373 > C-F3447 > C-F4032 > C-F3830 > C-TYT115909
    8/467 = 1.71% C-L1373 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found C-L1373 in 5/706 = 0.71% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    4/467 C-F978* (These are CASEID_32, CASEID_42, CASEID_47, and CASEID_22, so their placement in the C-F978* paragroup is probably due to poor resolution.)

    4/467 C-F845 > C-CTS10923*
    1/467 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-Y171022
    1/467 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-TYT127768
    1/467 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-FGC7938
    1/467 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-Y81413
    2/467 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-FGC39587 > C-FGC39599(xFGC39603)
    1/467 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-FGC39587 > C-FGC39599 > C-FGC39603
    1/467 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-F5477 > C-TYT97360
    2/467 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-F5477 > C-F9533 > C-SK1039
    1/467 C-F845 > C-CTS10923 > C-F5477 > C-F9533 > C-Y83141
    15/467 = 3.21% C-F845 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found C-F845 in 17/706 = 2.41% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    3/467 C-F3895 > C-F1319 > C-Y155167
    1/467 C-F3895 > C-F1319 > C-F9765 > C-TYT181799
    1/467 C-F3895 > C-F1319 > C-F9765 > C-Y41495(xC-TYT14162)
    1/467 C-F3895 > C-F1319 > C-F9765 > C-Y41495 > C-TYT14162
    1/467 C-F1067 > C-CTS2 > C-F978 > C-F1319 > C-Z36838 > C-TYT35708 > C-TYT189510* [TMRCA 5200 ybp]
    1/467 C-F1067 > C-CTS2 > C-F978 > C-F1319 > C-Z36838 > C-F2883 > C-F11871 > C-F3944 > C-F10383 > C-Y97227 [TMRCA 4630 ybp]
    8/467 = 1.71% C-F1319 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found C-Z1300 > C-Z8440 in 17/706 = 2.41% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon. C-F1319 is the most common subclade of C2-M217 in China as a whole.)

    1/467 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-A14901*
    1/467 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-A14901 > C-FGC22502*
    1/467 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-A14901 > C-Y104202
    2/467 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-A14901 > C-TYT142055 > C-TYT126673(xY11295)
    1/467 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-A14901 > C-TYT142055 > C-TYT126673 > C-Y11295*
    1/467 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-A14901 > C-TYT142055 > C-TYT126673 > C-Y11295 > C-TYT12491
    4/467 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-A14901 > C-TYT142055 > C-TYT126673 > C-Y11295 > C-A9244 > C-FT144718 [TMRCA 1700 ybp. There are actually five Korean samples tabulated under this clade, but two of them are clearly either duplicates or brothers, so I have counted them as one.]
    11/467 = 2.36% C-CTS2657 > C-A14901 total

    1/467 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 > C-CTS8579 > C-Y23185
    1/467 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 > C-CTS8579 > C-F7940 > C-M407 > C-F3850 > C-FGC57989* [TMRCA 2920 ybp]
    4/467 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 > C-CTS8579 > C-F7940 > C-M10371 [TMRCA 730 ybp. Three of these individuals are from Ulsan. The other member of C-M10371 on TheYtree is an individual from Cixi, Ningbo, Zhejiang. The entire O-M10371 clade shares a common ancestor with a Mr. Li from Liaoning approximately 4980 ybp.]
    1/467 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 > C-F20457 > C-TYT220243
    2/467 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 > C-F20457 > C-Y86025*
    1/467 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 > C-F20457 > C-Y86025 > C-TYT108958
    1/467 C-F3895 > C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 > C-F20457 > C-Y86025 > C-Y103824
    11/467 = 2.36% C-CTS2657 > C-CTS11990 total
    22/467 = 4.71% C-CTS2657 total
    49/467 = 10.49% C-F978 total
    57/467 = 12.21% C2-M217 total

    1/467 Q-L472*
    1/467 Q-M120(xY647) [This is GUC001, a sample from a specimen discovered in a jar burial in Dangbuk-ri, Gunsan and dated to 475 - 660 AD.]
    2/467 Q-M120 > Q-Y647 > Q-FT9308 > Q-TYT302905
    1/467 Q-M120 > Q-Y647 > Q-F1626 [This is GUC003, a sample obtained from a specimen discovered in a jar burial in Dangbuk-ri, Gunsan and dated to 475 - 660 AD.]
    1/467 Q-M120 > Q-Y647 > Q-F1626 > Q-MF1647 [TMRCA 4000 ybp]
    1/467 Q-M120 > Q-Y647 > Q-F1626 > Q-MF1647 > Q-ACT5308 > Q-Z41303* [TMRCA 3400 ybp]
    2/467 Q-M120 > Q-Y647 > Q-F1626 > Q-MF14467 > Q-Y910 > Q-MF15439 [TMRCA 2800 ybp] > Q-BY130647 [TMRCA 490 ybp]
    1/467 Q-M120 > Q-Y647 > Q-F1626 > Q-Y558 > Q-YP6137 [This is GUC002, a sample obtained from a specimen discovered in a jar burial in Dangbuk-ri, Gunsan and dated to 475 - 660 AD.]
    1/467 Q-M120 > Q-Y647 > Q-F1626 > Q-Y558 > Q-Y165580
    10/467 = 2.14% Q-M120 total [Three of these are from jar burials in Dangbuk-ri, Gunsan. Park et al. 2012 have found Q-M242 in 12/573 = 2.1% of a sample from Seoul and 1/133 = 0.8% of a sample from Daejeon.]
    11/467 = 2.36% Q-M242 total

    1/467 N-M231 > N-Z4762 > N-F963 > N-F2930 > N-CTS582 [TMRCA 12540 ybp] > N-CTS962* [TMRCA 6780 ybp]

    1/467 N-M1819 > N-F1020 > N-M1928 > N-TYT15455
    1/467 N-M1819 > N-F1020 > N-M1928 > N-Y125475 > N-CTS4714* [TMRCA 6160 ybp]
    1/467 N-M1819 > N-F1020 > N-M1928 > N-Y125475 > N-FGC67428 [TMRCA 2040 ybp] > N-TYT196424
    3/467 N-M1819 > N-F1020 > N-M1928 > N-Y125475 > N-FGC67428 > N-FT244766 [TMRCA 2030 ybp]
    6/467 = 1.28% N-M1928 total [Four of these belong to N-FGC67428, whose TMRCA is estimated to be 2040 ybp and which has been found mostly among Koreans, but also in e.g. a Han Chinese surnamed Zhao 赵 from Fushan District, Yantai, Shandong who belongs to N-FGC67428(xFT244766) according to 23mofang.]

    1/467 N-F1206 > N-Y3071(xTYT33608, F1101)
    1/467 N-F1206 > N-Y3071 > N-TYT33608
    1/467 N-F1206 > N-Y3071 > N-F1101 > N-F1154(xY24206)
    2/467 N-F1206 > N-Y3071 > N-F1101 > N-F1154 > N-Y24206 > N-M128 [TMRCA 3310 ybp]
    5/467 = 1.07% N-F1206 > N-Y3071 total

    2/467 = 0.43% N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-Y60223 [TMRCA 2260 ybp. This branch is basal to Turkic/Ugric/Slavic N-PH1612, with which it shares a MRCA approximately 3700 ybp according to YFull.]

    1/467 N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063(xY125666)
    1/467 N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063 > N-Y125666(xY9641.2, Y125670)
    1/467 N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063 > N-Y125666 > N-Y9641.2
    1/467 N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063 > N-Y125666 > N-Y125670 > N-Y125681(xY170745, TYT122719)
    1/467 N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063 > N-Y125666 > N-Y125670 > N-Y125681 > N-Y170745
    3/467 N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063 > N-Y125666 > N-Y125670 > N-Y125681 > N-TYT122719 > N-TYT84362
    1/467 N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063 > N-Y125666 > N-Y125670 > N-Y125681 > N-TYT122719 > N-Y22006
    9/467 = 1.93% N-F1206 > N-M46 > N-F4063 total
    16/467 = 3.43% N-F1206 total
    23/467 = 4.93% N-M231 total (Park et al. 2012 have found N-M231 in 23/573 = 4.0% of a sample from Seoul and 4/133 = 3.0% of a sample from Daejeon.)

    1/467 O-M119 > O-M307 > O-F81 > O-F619 > O-Z23505 [TMRCA 2710 ybp]
    1/467 O-M119 > O-M307 > O-CTS8423 > O-F1056 [TMRCA 1930 ybp]
    4/467 O-M119 > O-M307 > O-CTS8423 > O-TYT173953 > O-ACT612 [TMRCA 2510 ybp]
    6/467 = 1.28% O-M119 > O-M307 total (Park et al. 2012 have found O1a-M119(xO1a1-P203, O1a2-M110) in 1/573 = 0.2% of a sample from Seoul and 2/133 = 1.5% of a sample from Daejeon and O1a1-P203 in 16/573 = 2.8% of a sample from Seoul and 3/133 = 2.3% of a sample from Daejeon for a total of 17/573 = 2.97% O1a-M119 in Seoul and 5/133 = 3.76% O1a-M119 in Daejeon.)

    1/467 O-Page59*
    1/467 O-Page59 > O-F840
    1/467 O-Page59 > O-F993 > O-FT11142
    1/467 O-Page59 > O-F993 > O-F3323 > O-PF4116
    1/467 O-Page59 > O-F993 > O-F3323 > O-ACT2643 [TMRCA 3540 ybp] > O-Y148532 [TMRCA 3480 ybp] > O-TYT95235 [TMRCA 3420 ybp] > O-FT76164 [TMRCA 1800 ybp]
    1/467 O-Page59 > O-F993 > O-F3323 > O-ACT2643 > O-CTS1127 [TMRCA 3480 ybp] > O-PH2506* [TMRCA 3180 ybp]
    1/467 O-Page59 > O-F993 > O-F3323 > O-ACT2643 > O-CTS1127 > O-PH2506 > O-FT315824 [TMRCA 2760 ybp] > O-TYT284418 [TMRCA 2700 ybp]
    1/467 O-Page59 > O-F993 > O-F3323 > O-ACT2643 > O-Y157814 [TMRCA 3540 ybp] > O-TYT195059 [TMRCA 3500 ybp] > O-TYT204658 [TMRCA 3470 ybp] > O-TY197992 [TMRCA 1650 ybp]
    8/467 = 1.71% O-Page59 total (Park et al. 2012 have found O1b-P31(xM95, SRY465) in 7/573 = 1.2% of a sample from Seoul and 3/133 = 2.3% of a sample from Daejeon.)

    2/467 O-P49 > O-ACT5242 [TMRCA 6590 ybp]
    1/467 O-P49 > O-F1942* [TMRCA 13680 ybp] (CASEID_91, so most likely an instance of poor resolution)
    1/467 O-P49 > O-F1942 > O-F857*
    1/467 O-P49 > O-F1942 > O-F857 > O-Y72638
    1/467 O-P49 > O-F1942 > O-F857 > O-CTS9259 > O-CTS562 > O-BY64498 > O-BY71443 > O-BY139815 > O-BY115072* [TMRCA 1200 ybp]
    3/467 O-P49 > O-F1942 > O-F857 > O-CTS9259 > O-CTS562 > O-BY64498 > O-BY71443 > O-BY139815 > O-PH2861 [TMRCA 2910 ybp]
    9/467 = 1.93% O-P49(xF1204) total

    3/467 O-F1204* (CASEID_70, CASEID_85, CASEID_143: assignment to the O-F1204* paragroup is probably due to poor resolution)

    2/467 O-CTS10687(xCTS1215)
    1/467 O-CTS10687 > O-CTS1215(xY257650)
    3/467 O-CTS10687 > O-CTS1215 > O-Y257650 > O-BY230637 [TMRCA 2300 ybp]
    6/467 = 1.28% O-P49 > O-F1942 > O-F857 > O-CTS9259 > O-F1204 > O-CTS10687 total [TMRCA 8070 ybp]

    1/467 O-47Z > O-MF238313
    14/467 O-47Z > O-CTS713(xCTS203, Y130364) [TMRCA 3430 ybp] (Four of these are CASEID_15, CASEID_27, CASEID_74, and CASEID_131.)
    3/467 O-47Z > O-CTS713 > O-CTS203 > O-ACT4054 [TMRCA 2080 ybp]
    3/467 O-47Z > O-CTS713 > O-Y130364(xY179632, Y178266, BY179281, CTS1875) [TMRCA 3430 ybp]
    1/467 O-47Z > O-CTS713 > O-Y130364 > O-Z24598 [TMRCA 3430 ybp] > O-Y181118 [TMRCA 3400 ybp] > O-Y179632 [TMRCA 3400 ybp]
    3/467 O-47Z > O-CTS713 > O-Y130364 > O-Y178266 [TMRCA 2100 ybp]
    1/467 O-47Z > O-CTS713 > O-Y130364 > O-BY179281
    2/467 O-47Z > O-CTS713 > O-Y130364 > O-CTS1875(xBY81742, Z24594) [TMRCA 3290 ybp] (One of these is CASEID_93.)
    2/467 O-47Z > O-CTS713 > O-Y130364 > O-CTS1875 > O-Z24594 [TMRCA 2910 ybp] > O-MF166000
    30/467 = 6.42% O-P49 > O-F1942 > O-F857 > O-CTS9259 > O-F1204 > O-47Z total [TMRCA 5950 ybp] (Kwon et al. 2015 have found O-47z in 71/706 = 10.06% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    1/467 O-K4* (CASEID_38)

    17/467 O-L682(xY135840, K485) [TMRCA 4070 ybp] (Sixteen of these are CASEID_3, CASEID_5, CASEID_13, CASEID_25, CASEID_29, CASEID_66, CASEID_78, CASEID_80, CASEID_107, CASEID_112, CASEID_134, CASEID_135, CASEID_165, CASEID_169, CASEID_9, and CASEID_168.)
    1/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620(xCTS723) [TMRCA 3000 ybp]
    13/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723(xA23652, Y106066, Y165552, Y24057) [TMRCA 2850 ybp] (One of these is CASEID_54.)
    1/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-A23652 [TMRCA 2290 ybp]
    5/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-A23652 > O-A23653 [TMRCA 2290 ybp]
    3/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-A23652 > O-A23653 > O-A23658 [TMRCA 2290 ybp]
    1/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y106066
    3/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y165552 [TMRCA 2350 ybp]
    1/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057
    1/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057*(xY165458, Y61993, CTS7620, A12448)
    5/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-Y165458 [TMRCA 3000 ybp]
    3/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-CTS7620 [TMRCA 3000 ybp] (One of these is GUC005 from a jar burial at Dangbuk-ri in Gunsan dated to 475 - 660 AD.)
    12/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-CTS7620 > O-BY210585 [TMRCA 1430 ybp] (One of these is CASEID_162.)
    5/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-CTS7620 > O-Y26377 > O-Page90 [TMRCA 3000 ybp] (Two of these are CASEID_44 and CASEID_122.)
    1/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-CTS7620 > O-Y26377 > O-CTS1175 [TMRCA 3000 ybp]
    1/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-A12448 > O-A12446 > O-BY113287
    2/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-A12448 > O-A12446 > O-Y165700 > O-ZS3494 [TMRCA 210 ybp]
    1/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-A12448 > O-A12446 > O-PH40 [TMRCA 2380 ybp]
    1/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-A12448 > O-A12446 > O-PH40 > O-Y199260 [TMRCA 1710 ybp]
    2/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-A12448 > O-A12446 > O-PH40 > O-TYT396042 > O-TYT279804 [TMRCA 1930 ybp]
    6/467 O-L682 > O-K485 > O-Z24620 > O-CTS723 > O-Y24057 > O-A12448 > O-A12446 > O-PH40 > O-TYT396042 > O-FGC67568 [TMRCA 2080 ybp] (One of these is AKG_10204 Gimhae_KD12b, a supposed sacrificial victim who has been buried in a Gaya tumulus in Daeseong-dong, Gimhae alongside Gimhae_KD12, who is supposedly a royal or noble man who belongs to Y-DNA haplogroup D-M116.1.)
    85/467 = 18.20% O-P49 > O-F1942 > O-F857 > O-CTS9259 > O-F1204 > O-K4 > O-L682 total [TMRCA 4070 ybp] (Kwon et al. 2015 have found O-L682 in 134/706 = 18.98% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)
    134/467 = 28.69% O-P49 total (Kwon et al. 2015 have found O-SRY465 in 226/706 = 32.01% of a pool of samples from Seoul and Daejeon.)

    1/467 O-F742 > O-F1150 > O-BY56049 > O-Z17557 [TMRCA 3320 ybp] > O-L277*(xTYT51153, MF275641) [TMRCA 2400 ybp]
    1/467 O-F742 > O-F1150 > O-F837 [TMRCA 5910 ybp]
    1/467 O-F742 > O-F1150 > O-F837*(xTYT109101, Y29783)
    1/467 O-F742 > O-F1150 > O-F837 > O-TYT109101 > O-TYT112880 > O-Y235248 > O-BY37723 [TMRCA 3570 ybp] > O-TYT155509
    4/467 = 0.86% O-M122 > O-F36 > O-F742 > O-F1150 total [TMRCA 21110 ybp]

    1/467 O-L127.1*(xF1876, IMS-JST002611) (This individual is AU64404 CASEID_145 from South Korea.)

    2/467 O-L127.1 > O-F1876 > O-F2159 > O-F915 > O-FGC11710 > O-TYT182242 > O-TYT105709 > O-FGC57013 > O-BZ555 [TMRCA 3720 ybp] (These two South Korean individuals, CASEID_102 and CASEID_101, have just recently been added to TheYtree. If placed on the YFull tree, they should appear alongside YF014272, a Shanxi Han, under O-F915*. According to TheYtree, these Koreans should share a MRCA with HJTM109 from the Haojiatai site of the Longshan culture [3981 - 3838 cal BP] in Luohe, Henan approximately 5890 ybp.)
    2/467 O-L127.1 > O-F1876 > O-F2159 > O-F915 > O-F1478 > O-PF5390 > O-ACT2687 > O-CTS1936 > O-Z43975 > O-TYT189793 > O-TYT18506 [TMRCA 3060 ybp]
    4/467 = 0.86% O-L127.1 > O-F1876 > O-F2159 > O-F915 total [TMRCA 11880 ybp]

    3/467 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 (Two of these, AU35411=ERR1145010 and AU46236=GastricCancerPat79, have been tabulated by TheYtree under O-IMS-JST002611*(xFGC3750, F18). The third sample, AU35409=ERR1145008, has been tabulated directly under O-IMS-JST002611.)
    5/467 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-FGC3750 > O-CTS879 > O-FT318429 > O-SK1670 > O-Z41792 > O-BY81175 > O-TYT127847 > O-TYT113132 [TMRCA 3150 ybp]
    5/467 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-F449 > O-F238 > O-F271 > O-F134 > O-CTS10846 > O-CTS6279 > O-F3256 > O-F25545 [TMRCA 2970 ybp; suspected to be the lineage of the Dukes of Zhao, i.e. the main branch of the Ying clan; a cadet branch of the Ying clan spawned by a member who had been enfeoffed in Qin would eventually produce the First Emperor of China] > O-TYT107373 > O-TYT89049 > O-SK1698 [TMRCA 2970 ybp] (Also found in HGDP00751 from the HGDP Japanese sample.)
    1/467 O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 > O-F18 > O-FGC12511 > O-F449 > O-F238 > O-F271 > O-F134 > O-CTS10846 > O-CTS6279 > O-F3256 > O-F25545 > O-F22531 > O-CTS9595 > O-TYT166016 [TMRCA with HG00474, who is a Hunan Han from the 1KGP, is estimated by TheYtree to be 2220 ybp.]
    1/467 O-F13 [TMRCA 10680 ybp] (If this individual, AU35474 ERR1294563 from South Korea, is really O-F13(xPH203, F11), it would be quite surprising because even 23mofang with its huge customer base has not found even one case of O-F13(xPH203, F11) in China.)
    1/467 O-F13 > O-PH203 > O-PH278*(xY173519, BY110147) [TMRCA 7160 ybp]
    1/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325*(xA7887, Z15166, TYT176309/Y13783, SK1676, SK1691, F723, F930, CTS2154, F38, F24786, CTS12877, F921, F632) [TMRCA 9090 ybp] (Also found sporadically throughout China and in Japan.)
    1/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-SK1691 > O-Y223100 > O-TYT167596 > O-BY23130 > O-Y82166 (TMRCA with a member of O-BY23130(xY82166) from Fucheng District, Mianyang, Sichuan is estimated by TheYtree to be 3720 ybp.]
    1/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-CTS2154 > O-Y135849 > O-Y30140 > O-Y29838 > O-CTS3518*(xBY111100, Y301270, Y127046, Y135875) [TMRCA 2255 ybp. Presumed to be the Fang clan of Xin'an [新安方氏]. Besides South Korea, basal members of this clan also may be present in Thailand. Not included in the n=368.)
    1/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-CTS12877 > O-CTS2884 > O-F16635*(xACT3887, Y100880) [TMRCA 6980 ybp]
    1/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-CTS12877 > O-CTS2884 > O-F16635 > O-Y100880 [TMRCA 3610 ybp] > O-ZS1442 [TMRCA 3520 ybp] > O-Y166107 [TMRCA 440 ybp]
    2/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-CTS12877 > O-F2527 > O-CTS5409 [One of these Koreans is tabulated as having been confirmed to be O-CTS5409*(xFT245189, CTS9711). The other Korean individual has been tabulated directly under O-CTS5409, without any explicit indication of belonging to the O-CTS5409* paragroup.)
    1/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-CTS12877 > O-F2527 > O-F774 > O-F2941 > O-FGC61109 > O-AMM339 [TMRCA 3170 ybp] (Nearest relatives on the tree are a certain Zhejiang Wang clan [浙江王氏] in O-AMM339 > O-BY46672, whose TMRCA is estimated to be 1920 ybp.)
    6/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F921 > O-F1365*(xTY327817, FGC54486, F26105) [TMRCA 5940 ybp] (Not included among the n=368.)
    2/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F921 > O-F1365 > O-TY327817
    1/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F921 > O-F1365 > O-FGC54486 [TMRCA 5030 ybp] (Not explicitly indicated to belong to O-FGC54486*.)
    4/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F921 > O-F1365 > O-FGC54486 > O-TYT121828 > O-A20705 [TMRCA 3830 ybp] > O-BZ1603 [TMRCA 1920 ybp] (TMRCA with a Kazakhstani Uyghur in O-A20705 > O-TYT15359 is estimated by TheYtree to be 3830 ybp.]
    2/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F921 > O-F1365 > O-F26105 > O-Y15976 > O-BY79467 [TMRCA 5520 ybp] > O-FT116996 [TMRCA 1550 ybp] (Only one of these Korean samples has been counted among the n=368. O-FT116996 is presumed to represent the lineage of a certain Shandong Wang clan [山东王氏]. There is also a member surnamed Wang from Chaoyang, Liaoning.)
    1/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F921 > O-F1365 > O-F26105 > O-Y15976 > O-TYT18261 > O-Y16154 > O-Y26383 > O-TYT170959 > O-FTA42700 [TMRCA 5000 ybp] > O-TYT186320
    2/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F921 > O-F1365 > O-F26105 > O-Y15976 > O-TYT18261 > O-Y16154 > O-Y26383 > O-TYT170959 > O-FTA42700 > O-Y27894 > O-TYT19360 > O-Y26386 > O-SK1686 [TMRCA 3580 ybp] > O-Y46258 [TMRCA 1850 ybp] (Only one of these Korean samples has been counted among the n=368. TMRCA with two samples from Pakistan, one of whom is indicated to be HGDP00019 from the HGDP sample of Brahui, is estimated by TheYtree to be 3580 ybp. YFull has one additional commercially-tested sample from Gyeonggi-do, South Korea placed within O-Y46851/O-Y46258.)
    4/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F632 > O-Z25061 > O-F110 > O-Z43879 > O-Y20951 > O-Y20939 > O-Y20932 [TMRCA 2900 ybp]
    3/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F632 > O-Z25061 > O-F110 > O-CTS3663 > O-CTS6777 > O-F17 > O-F377 > O-CTS7501 > O-F18858 > O-CTS1621 [TMRCA 5290 ybp] > O-ACT5888 [TMRCA 3960 ypb]
    1/467 O-F13 > O-F11 > O-F325 > O-F632 > O-Z25061 > O-F110 > O-CTS3663 > O-CTS6777 > O-F17 > O-Y141175 > O-Z43876 > O-F793 > O-Y141275 [TMRCA 2050 ybp] > O-TYT145959
    50/467 = 10.71% O-L127.1 > O-IMS-JST002611 total [TMRCA 13000 ybp]
    55/467 = 11.78% O-L127.1 total [TMRCA 17940 ybp]

    2/467 O-M188*(xCTS800, O-F2588) (These two are CASEID_7 and CASEID_160.)
    1/467 O-M188 > O-CTS800 > O-F879 > O-F1226 > O-F1694 > O-F2787 > O-ZS3136 > O-F2859 [TMRCA 3010 ybp] > O-ZS435 [TMRCA 2900 ybp] > O-TYT21470
    1/467 O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590*(xY52580, FGC50661) [TMRCA 14940 ybp]
    1/467 O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590 > O-FGC50661 > O-FGC50710 [TMRCA 13360 ybp] (This is the Y-DNA of the AND001 aka Ando 1 specimen.)
    1/467 O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590 > O-FGC50661 > O-FGC50710 > O-FGC50649*(xFGC50606, TYT16995) [TMRCA 11320 ybp] (This is the Y-DNA of CASEID_17.)
    2/467 O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590 > O-FGC50661 > O-FGC50710 > O-FGC50649 > O-TYT149588 > O-Y150315 [TMRCA 4950 ybp]
    20/467 = 4.28% O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590 > O-FGC50661 > O-FGC50710 > O-FGC50649 > O-FGC50606 [TMRCA 3950 ybp. One of these is the Y-DNA of AKG_10218 Gimhae_KD62, who has been buried in a tumulus at Daeseong-dong in Gimhae.]
    25/467 = 5.35% O-M188 > O-CTS201 > O-FGC50590 total [TMRCA 14940 ybp]
    28/467 = 6.00% O-M188 total

    2/467 O-N6 > O-A16433 > O-A16438 > O-SK1775 > O-Y149246 [TMRCA 6670 ybp] > O-Y110717 > O-Y146357 > O-TYT279702 [TMRCA 2100 ybp]
    1/467 O-N6 > O-A16433 > O-A16438 > O-BY171743 > O-A16440 > O-ACT3609 > O-BY163750 > O-Y101407 > O-Y152410*(xA15852, Y153604, O-PR2797) [TMRCA 3700 ybp]
    2/467 O-N6 > O-A16433 > O-A16438 > O-BY171743 > O-A16440 > O-ACT3609 > O-BY163750 > O-Y101407 > O-Y152410 > O-Y153604 [TMRCA 1300 ybp] > O-Y153635
    5/467 = 1.07% O-A16438 total

    1/467 O-N6 > O-F871 > O-F706 > O-F919 > O-F976 > O-F25888 > O-F717 > O-F17561 [TMRCA 4890 ybp] > O-A12039 (There is currently only one Korean member of O-A12039 on TheYtree, but there is also a note that members of this clade account for 1.7073% of the KRGDB, making it the predominant subclade of O-N6 in South Korea. However, I suspect that this note may have been slightly misplaced; it may properly refer to the entire O-F17561 clade, subsuming O-Y127077 in addition to O-A12039.)
    1/467 O-N6 > O-F871 > O-F706 > O-F919 > O-F976 > O-F25888 > O-F717 > O-F17561 [TMRCA 4890 ybp] > O-Y127077 > O-BY59208 > O-C1024 > O-SK1783 > O-FGC19625 > O-TYT43541 > O-MF84229 [TMRCA 3280 ybp] > O-TYT297339 > O-TY12560 [TMRCA 3220 ybp] > O-TYT359551
    1/467 O-N6 > O-F871 > O-N7 > O-F4110 > O-FT316716 > O-F4068 > O-CTS195*(xTYT219564, F17774) [TMRCA 3460 ybp]
    3/467 O-N6 > O-F871 > O-N7 > O-F4110 > O-TY2608 > O-ACT3234 > O-Z25432 > O-BY114577 [TMRCA 3630 ybp] > O-TYT19063 > O-TYT111943 > O-BY53528 [TMRCA 2850 ybp]
    6/467 = 1.28% O-F871 total
    11/467 = 2.36% O-N6 total

    1/467 O-M117* [TMRCA 13150 ybp] (This is CASEID_79.)
    3/467 O-M117 > O-F8*(xZ44059, ACT2839) [TMRCA 7140 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-Z44059 > O-YP4864* [TMRCA 5520 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-Z44059 > O-YP4864 > O-Z44068 > O-FT187748 [TMRCA 3540 ybp] > O-TYT22208 [TMRCA 2300 ybp] > O-Y28072 [TMRCA 2150 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F18480* [TMRCA 5700 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F18480 > O-Y211049 > O-TYT191354* [TMRCA 4960 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F18480 > O-Y211049 > O-TYT191354 > O-TYT170002 > O-Y151134 [TMRCA 3220 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-Z44091 > O-APS2114 > O-Z44092 > O-Z44094 [TMRCA 6170 ybp] > O-TYT158327
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-CTS7634 > O-F3599 > O-CTS5488 > O-CTS345 [TMRCA 4175 ybp]
    3/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-CTS7634 > O-F3599 > O-APS1334 > O-TYT24667 > O-TY40854 > O-FT297759 [TMRCA 4560 ybp] > O-FGC66191 [TMRCA 1140 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543*(xSK1063, M1532) [TMRCA 6660 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543 > O-M1532*(xCTS10738) [TMRCA 6600 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543 > O-M1532 > O-CTS10738 > O-BY220310 > O-Y149564*(xMF192841, FT39702) [TMRCA 4320 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543 > O-M1532 > O-CTS10738 > O-CTS7316 [TMRCA 6120 ybp] > O-ACT1781 > O-A9457 > O-Z44921 > O-Y176504 [TMRCA 4560 ybp] > O-TYT14057 [TMRCA 4320 ybp] (from Daegu, North Gyeongsang)
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543 > O-M1532 > O-CTS10738 > O-CTS7316 > O-ACT1781 > O-A9457 > O-Z44921 > O-Y176504 > O-TYT14057 > O-FT14366 [TMRCA 2430 ybp] > O-FGC84647
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543 > O-M1532 > O-CTS10738 > O-CTS7316 > O-ACT1781 > O-M1732 > O-M1518 > O-CTS9678 > O-TYT186620 > O-Y93013 [TMRCA 4560 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-F14689 > O-M1543 > O-M1532 > O-CTS10738 > O-CTS7316 > O-ACT1781 > O-M1732 > O-M1518 > O-CTS9678 > O-M1528 > O-TYT100954 > O-Z39663 [TMRCA 3360 ybp] > O-TYT65806 [TMRCA 2700 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459* [TMRCA 6960 ybp]
    6/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F6800 > O-Y8389 > O-Y9144 > O-TYT100432 > O-F310 > O-CTS3061 > O-F402 [TMRCA 4380 ybp] > O-FT429104 [TMRCA 3060 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-Z25921 > O-Z25916 > O-Z25915 > O-CTS4658 > O-Z25928 > O-Y170099 [TMRCA 5220 ybp] > O-F16862 [TMRCA 5040 ybp] (Other members of O-F16862 on TheYtree are from Thailand, Tripura, or Tibet.)
    9/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F14249 > O-ACT3308 > O-Y165811 [TMRCA 6540 ybp] > O-Y81597 [TMRCA 2320 ybp] (One of these individuals, NNS178712, has not explicitly been indicated to be from Korea, but he belongs to a typically Japanese mtDNA haplogroup, and his Y-DNA is typically Korean, so I will presume that he most likely should be a Korean.)
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F14249 > O-Z25853 > O-CTS5063 > O-CTS5492 > O-Z25880 [TMRCA 3530 ybp] > O-CTS8998* [TMRCA 2580 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F438 > O-F14366 [TMRCA 6720 ybp] > O-Y17728*(xY149108, Y164686, Z25907, F316, ACT7481) [TMRCA 6660 ybp]
    7/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F438 > O-F14366 > O-Y17728 > O-ACT7481 > O-Y170159 > O-Y170158 [TMRCA 5610 ybp] > O-BY92262 [TMRCA 2800 ybp] > O-Y102055 [TMRCA 1800 ybp]
    1/467 O-M117 > O-F8 > O-ACT2839 > O-A9459 > O-F438 > O-F14366 > O-Y17728 > O-ACT7481 > O-F1754 > O-F2137 > O-A16635 > O-F15823 > O-F1442 [TMRCA 4860 ybp] > O-Y201020 [TMRCA 3540 ybp] > O-TYT65406 [TMRCA 2770 ybp] > O-TYT220310 (This sample is registered as belonging to a Mr. Kim 金 from North Korea. His TMRCA with a Han Chinese Mr. Song 宋 from Shuozhou, Shanxi is estimated to be 2770 ybp.)
    48/467 = 10.28% O-M117 total

    1/467 O-F122 > O-Z7963*(xTYT190477, TYT140394, BY137474) [TMRCA 4650 ybp] (This is CASEID_123.)

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-MF56662*(xBY101151, MF72700, MF203490) [TMRCA 3970 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-MF56662 > O-MF203490 > O-MF724298 [TMRCA 3140 ybp] > O-FT7747 [TMRCA 3140 ybp] > O-MF269439
    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-F748*(xMF59272, CTS2243, MF11653, F1448) [TMRCA 6750 ybp] (One of these is CASEID_99.)
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-F748 > O-MF11653 > O-MF11719 > O-MF888 > O-MF102 > O-MF12720 > O-MF11546 > O-MF212118 [TMRCA 2490 ybp] > O-MF460*(xMF212150, MF11359) [TMRCA 2490 ybp]
    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-CTS8481 > O-CTS4325* [TMRCA 7260 ybp] (These two are CASEID_62 and CASEID_84.)
    4/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-CTS8481 > O-CTS4325 > O-A16625 > O-CTS682* [TMRCA 1640 ybp] (These four are CASEID_23, CASEID_45, CASEID_4, and CASEID_20.)
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-CTS8481 > O-CTS4325 > O-A16625 > O-CTS682 > O-MF655879 [TMRCA 1500 ybp] > O-FT227985
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-CTS8481 > O-CTS4325 > O-A16625 > O-CTS682 > O-MF655879 > O-MF654516 [TMRCA 1350 ybp] > O-MF13551 [TMRCA 1350 ybp] > O-MF901
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-CTS8481 > O-CTS4325 > O-A16625 > O-CTS682 > O-MF655879 > O-MF654516 > O-MF53458 [TMRCA 860 ybp] > O-MF11624
    9/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F743 > O-CTS8481 > O-CTS4325 > O-A16625 > O-CTS682 > O-MF655879 > O-MF654516 > O-MF53458 > O-BY76527 [TMRCA 600 ybp]
    18/467 = 3.85% O-CTS4325 total
    23/467 = 4.93% O-F114 > O-F743 total [TMRCA 13370 ybp]

    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-Y29828 > O-F735 > O-F2921 > O-MF64921 [TMRCA 5910 ybp] > O-MF370669
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-Y29828 > O-F735 > O-F2921 > O-MF64921 > O-MF56792* [TMRCA 2440 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-Y29828 > O-F735 > O-Y30499 > O-Y30478 > O-Y30465 > O-FGC34973 > O-Y84267 > O-Y102521 > O-MF85218 > O-Y110069 [TMRCA 2220 ybp] (Also includes a Mr. Chu 褚 from Zhuji, Zhejiang.)
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-Y29828 > O-F735 > O-Y30499 > O-MF374 [TMRCA 6440 ybp] > O-MF215560 [TMRCA 4730 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-MF12414 > O-F14467 > O-F14338 > O-MF67986 [TMRCA 3970 ybp] > O-MF62510 [TMRCA 1700 ybp] (Other members are a Beijing Han, a Mr. Ding from Huai'an, Jiangsu, and a pair of Mr. Xue from Binhai, Tianjin.)
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-MF12414 > O-F14467 > O-F14338 > O-MF15790 > O-MF21490 [TMRCA 5110 ybp] > O-MF21107 [TMRCA 2060 ybp] > O-MF609878
    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-FGC16858 > O-CTS3763 > O-FGC16863 > O-L1360 > O-FGC16889 > O-FGC16896 > O-FGC16898 > O-FGC16900 > O-FGC16888 [TMRCA 3580 ybp] > O-FGC53555*(xSK654, Y156916) (Other members of O-FGC53555 are a Mr. Huang from Tangshan, Hebei under O-SK654 > O-Y237094 and a pair of Mr. Liu from Bijie, Guizhou under O-Y156916. O-FGC16888 > O-FGC16929 subsumes a very young subclade, O-Y22279 [TMRCA 550 ybp], that appears to have spread with the Naiman tribe of Kazakhs.)
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-FGC16858 > O-CTS3763 > O-FGC16863 > O-SK1768 > O-FGC23873 > O-F4249 > O-TYT158795 > O-MF108 [TMRCA 2700 ybp] > O-FGC23868 [TMRCA 2510 ybp] > O-TYT97372
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-FGC16858 > O-CTS3763 > O-FGC16863 > O-SK1768 > O-FGC23873 > O-F4249 > O-TYT158795 > O-MF108 > O-FGC23868 > O-TYT182100* [TMRCA 2290 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-FGC16858 > O-CTS3763 > O-FGC16863 > O-SK1768 > O-CTS2882 > O-CTS335 > O-F14163 > O-Z26248 > O-Z26251 > O-Z26258 > O-S17750 [TMRCA 4210 ybp] > O-F16793 [TMRCA 3600 ybp] > O-TYT113361 [TMRCA 3310 ybp] > O-TYT166052* [TMRCA 2720 ybp] (Other members of O-TYT166052 are a Mr. Xie from Yangzhou, Jiangsu under O-TYT166052 > O-FT238332 > O-MF314652 plus two samples from Japan and HGDP01246 Xibe from Ili, Xinjiang under O-TYT166052 > O-Y148049 > O-TYT188600 [TMRCA 2120 ybp].)
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-FGC16858 > O-CTS3763 > O-FGC16863 > O-SK1768 > O-CTS2882 > O-CTS335 > O-F14163 > O-Z26248 > O-Z26251 > O-Z26258 > O-TYT162786 [TMRCA 4180 ybp] > O-TYT112886 > O-TYT135451 > O-TYT39493* [TMRCA 3550 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-CTS9862 > O-CTS3776 > O-F2887 > O-FGC16858 > O-CTS3763 > O-FGC16863 > O-SK1768 > O-CTS2882 > O-CTS335 > O-F14163 > O-Z26248 > O-Z26251 > O-Z26258 > O-Y142071 [TMRCA 4220 ybp] > O-Z26276 [TMRCA 4190 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-MF56348 > O-MF214272 [TMRCA 3570 ybp] (Also includes a Mr. Wu from Changyi, Shandong, a Mr. Zhu from Fengcheng, Liaoning, a Mr. Liu from Dalian, Liaoning, and a Mr. Liu from Lanling, Shandong under O-MF214272 > O-MF79602 > O-MF214270 [TMRCA 2150 ybp]. Basal to O-MF214272 is the Y-DNA of an individual from Baoding, Hebei who has been assigned to O-MF56348 > O-MF56893.)
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-Y93838 > O-MF179797 > O-MF11514 [TMRCA 5620 ybp] > O-MF383 [TMRCA 3050 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-MF174785 > O-MF174786 [TMRCA 2600 ybp] > O-MF269209
    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504* (These two are CASEID_104 and CASEID_167.)
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-FGC14694 > O-F16281 [TMRCA 1790 ybp] > O-MF23713
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-F700 [TMRCA 3130 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-F700 > O-F14475* [TMRCA 3130 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-F700 > O-F14475 > O-F15657 > O-F2505 > O-MF194* [TMRCA 2950 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-F700 > O-F14475 > O-F15657 > O-F2505 > O-MF194 > O-MF11605 [TMRCA 2690 ybp] > O-MF125
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-F700 > O-F14475 > O-F15657 > O-F2505 > O-MF194 > O-Z39488 > O-MF984 > O-MF24843 [TMRCA 2300 ybp] > O-MF23939 [TMRCA 2300 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-F700 > O-F14475 > O-F15657 > O-F2505 > O-MF194 > O-Z39488 > O-MF984 > O-MF24843 > O-MF23939 > O-MF773362
    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F48 > O-CTS1011 > O-F55 > O-F152 > O-F504 > O-F700 > O-F14475 > O-F15657 > O-F2505 > O-MF194 > O-Z39488 > O-MF984 > O-MF24843 > O-MF23939 > O-MF23974 [TMRCA 2140 ybp] > O-MF29645 [TMRCA 1680 ybp] > O-MF25399 [TMRCA 1680 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-MF52 > O-MF27247 > O-MF134474 > O-MF23208 [TMRCA 4800 ybp] > O-MF25745 [TMRCA 3860 ybp] > O-MF25232 [TMRCA 3860 ybp] > O-MF22882
    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-MF52 > O-MF27247 > O-MF134474 > O-MF23208 > O-MF25745 > O-MF25232 > O-MF654047 [TMRCA 3860 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-MF941 [TMRCA 4500 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-MF941 > O-BY25965 > O-MF23166 [TMRCA 2280 ybp] > O-MF23225 [TMRCA 2130 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-MF2630 > O-F1866 > O-MF621911 > O-F4117 [TMRCA 4420 ybp] > O-MF2628 [TMRCA 3970 ybp]
    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-MF357 > O-MF13199 > O-MF11852 [TMRCA 2790 ybp] > O-MF342 [TMRCA 1300 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-PH2678 > O-MF14618 > O-MF15820 [TMRCA 3750 ybp] > O-MF14561 [TMRCA 2560 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-CTS4266 > O-F14839 [TMRCA 4620 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-CTS4266 > O-F14839 > O-F23272 [TMRCA 4620 ybp]
    3/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-CTS4266 > O-F14839 > O-F23272 > O-MF3350 [TMRCA 3530 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-CTS4266 > O-F14839 > O-F23272 > O-MF3239 > O-MF2695 > O-MF25015 > O-MF179864 > O-MF31009 [TMRCA 2960 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-CTS4266 > O-F14839 > O-F23272 > O-MF174853 > O-MF118 > O-MF11688 [TMRCA 2960 ybp] > O-MF156116 [TMRCA 2170 ybp]
    2/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-CTS4266 > O-Z26108 > O-Z26111 > O-F14521 > O-F14486 > O-Y51255 > O-BY119845 > O-MF13062 > O-MF1457 [TMRCA 2230 ybp] > O-MF146 [TMRCA 130 ybp]
    1/467 O-F122 > O-F114 > O-F629 > O-F79 > O-F46 > O-F502 > O-FGC85750 > O-FGC16847 > O-Z26092 > O-F242 > O-F1116 > O-F273 > O-Y20147 > O-Z26101 > O-Z26106 > O-CTS4266 > O-Z26108 > O-Z26111 > O-Y30135 > O-MF28309 > O-MF122294 [TMRCA 3090 ybp] > O-F16854 [TMRCA 3090 ybp]
    46/467 = 9.85% O-M134 > O-F114 > O-F46 > O-FGC85750 total
    70/467 = 14.99% O-F122 total
    216/467 = 46.25% O2-M122 total

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    cf. Table 1 ("Y-chromosome haplotype frequencies in 49 Eurasian populations, listed according to geographic region") of R. Spencer Wells, Nadira Yuldasheva, Ruslan Ruzibakiev, Peter A. Underhill, Irina Evseeva, Jason Blue-Smith, Li Jin, Bing Su, Ramasamy Pitchappan, Sadagopal Shanmugalakshmi, Karuppiah Balakrishnan, Mark Read, Nathaniel M. Pearson, Tatiana Zerjal, Matthew T. Webster, Irakli Zholoshvili, Elena Jamarjashvili, Spartak Gambarov, Behrouz Nikbin, Ashur Dostiev, Ogonazar Aknazarov, Pierre Zalloua, Igor Tsoy, Mikhail Kitaev, Mirsaid Mirrakhimov, Ashir Chariev, and Walter F. Bodmer, "The Eurasian Heartland: A continental perspective on Y-chromosome diversity." PNAS vol. 98, no. 18 (August 28, 2001), pp. 10244–10249.

    Korean (Wells et al. 2001)
    3/45 = 6.7% D-M174
    7/45 = 15.6% C-M130(xM48)
    1/45 = 2.2% F-M89(xI-M170, J2-M172, H1a-M52)
    1/45 = 2.2% K-M9(xO-M175, L-M20, N1c1-M46, P-M45)
    14/45 = 31.1% O-M175(xO1a-M119, O2a1-M95, O3-M122)
    16/45 = 35.6% O3-M122
    2/45 = 4.4% O1a-M119
    1/45 = 2.2% Q1a1a1-M120

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    cf. Table 3 ("Y-Chromosome Haplogroup Frequencies (%) and Associated Haplotype Diversity in WNG and 18 Other Populations from Asia/Oceania") from the article by Manfred Kayser, Silke Brauer, Gunter Weiss, Wulf Schiefenhövel, Peter Underhill, Peidong Shen, Peter Oefner, Mila Tommaseo-Ponzetta, and Mark Stoneking, "Reduced Y-Chromosome, but Not Mitochondrial DNA, Diversity in Human Populations from West New Guinea," Am. J. Hum. Genet. 72:281–302, 2003.

    Korea (Kayser et al. 2003)
    2/25 = 8.0% F-M89(xK-M9)
    3/25 = 12.0% C2-M217
    2/25 = 8.0% K-M9(xS1a1b-M230, M1-M4, O-M175, P-M74)
    8/25 = 32.0% O-M175(xM119, M95, M122)
    1/25 = 4.0% O1a-M119
    7/25 = 28.0% O2-M122
    1/25 = 4.0% P-M74(xR1-M173)
    1/25 = 4.0% R1-M173

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    cf. Table 1 ("Haplogroup Frequencies and Population Diversities for 25 Asian Populations, Grouped by Geography and Language") of Tatiana Karafet, Liping Xu, Ruofu Du, William Wang, Shi Feng, R. S. Wells, Alan J. Redd, Stephen L. Zegura, and Michael F. Hammer, "Paternal Population History of East Asia: Sources, Patterns, and Microevolutionary Processes." Am. J. Hum. Genet. 69:615–628, 2001.

    Koreans (Karafet et al. 2001)
    3/74 Hg11 (D-M174(xM15))
    8/74 Hg17 (C2-M217)
    2/74 Hg25 (K-M9(xL-M20, O-M175, N-Tat, M-M4/M5, P-P27))
    1/74 Hg28 (O-M175(xM119, P31, M122))
    8/74 Hg29 (O2-M122(xM134, LINE-1))
    13/74 Hg30 (O2-M134)
    7/74 Hg31 (O2-LINE-1)
    2/74 Hg32 (O1a-M119)
    2/74 Hg33 (O1b-P31(xM95, M176))
    24/74 Hg35 (O1b2-M176(x47z))
    3/74 Hg36 (O1b2-47z)
    1/74 Hg45 (R1a-SRY10831.2)

    cf. Supplementary Material ("Haplogroup Frequencies for 39 Populations, grouped by Geography") of Michael F. Hammer, Tatiana M. Karafet, Hwayong Park, Keiichi Omoto, Shinji Harihara, Mark Stoneking, and Satoshi Horai, "Dual origins of the Japanese: common ground for hunter-gatherer and farmer Y chromosomes." J Hum Genet (2006) 51:47–58. DOI 10.1007/s10038-005-0322-0

    Korea (Hammer et al. 2006)
    7/75 = 9.3% C2-M217(xM86)
    1/75 = 1.3% D-P37.1(xM116, M125, P42)
    2/75 = 2.7% D-M125(xP42)
    1/75 = 1.3% N1-LLY22g(xPg43, M178, M128)
    1/75 = 1.3% N-M128
    7/75 = 9.3% O2-LINE-1
    15/75 = 20.0% O2-M134
    8/75 = 10.7% O2-M122
    2/75 = 2.7% O1a-M119(xM110)
    2/75 = 2.7% O1b-P31(xSRY465, P49, M95)
    25/75 = 33.3% O1b2-SRY465/P49(x47z)
    3/75 = 4.0% O1b2-47z
    1/75 = 1.3% R-M207

    cf. Supplementary Table 3 ("Frequencies of Y-Chromosome Haplogroups in 27 populations") and Supplementary Table 4 ("Data on 12 Y Chromosome STRs") of Tatiana M. Karafet, Ludmila P. Osipova, Olga V. Savina, Brian Hallmark, and Michael F. Hammer, "Siberian genetic diversity reveals complex origins of the Samoyedic-speaking populations." Am J Hum Biol. 2018;e23194. https://doi.org/10.1002/ajhb.23194

    Korean (Karafet et al. 2018)
    7/63 C-P323(xM407)
    2/63 D-M125(xP42)
    1/63 D-P37.1(xM116.1)
    1/63 N-LLY22g(xP43, Tat, M128)
    1/63 N-M128
    1/63 O-M119(xP203)
    3/63 O-P31(xM95, S59/P49)
    24/63 O-P49(x47z)
    3/63 O-47z
    3/63 O-P201*(xM7, M134)
    8/63 O-M134
    9/63 O-JST3(002611)

    The Korean samples examined by Karafet et al. 2001, Hammer et al. 2006, and Karafet et al. 2018 appear to be mostly identical, but there is some curious variation in sample size, and there are discrepancies in regard to the haplogroup assignments of a few individuals.

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    cf. Table 1 ("Y-chromosomal diversity values and haplogroup distribution") of Toru Katoh, Batmunkh Munkhbat, Kenichi Tounai, Shuhei Mano, Harue Ando, Ganjuur Oyungerel, Gue-Tae Chae, Huun Han, Guan-Jun Jia, Katsushi Tokunaga, Namid Munkhtuvshin, Gen Tamiya, and Hidetoshi Inoko, "Genetic features of Mongolian ethnic groups revealed by Y-chromosomal analysis." Gene 346 (2005) 63–70. doi:10.1016/j.gene.2004.10.023

    Korean (Katoh et al. 2005; "Korean samples were collected in Seoul by the Catholic University of Korea.")
    14/85 = 16.5% C-M130(xC3c-M48)
    3/85 = 3.5% D-M174
    4/85 = 4.7% K-M9(xN3-Tat, O-M175, P-M45)
    2/85 = 2.4% N3-Tat
    3/85 = 3.5% O-M175(xO1-M119, O2b-M176, O3-M122)
    2/85 = 2.4% O1-M119
    28/85 = 32.9% O2b-M176
    29/85 = 34.1% O3-M122

    Korean Chinese (Katoh et al. 2005; "Korean Chinese samples were collected in the northeastern part of China.")
    10/79 = 12.7% C-M130(xC3c-M48)
    2/79 = 2.5% D-M174
    1/79 = 1.3% J-12f2
    1/79 = 1.3% K-M9(xN3-Tat, O-M175, P-M45)
    2/79 = 2.5% O-M175(xO1-M119, O2b-M176, O3-M122)
    38/79 = 48.1% O2b-M176
    23/79 = 29.1% O3-M122
    2/79 = 2.5% P-M45(xR1a-SRY1532, M17)

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