Shin Heum (申欽, 신흠, 1566-1628) was a literati bureaucrat of the Chosun dynasty. He was of the Pyeongsan Shin Clan (平山申氏, 평산신씨); his courtesy name (字, 자) was Gyeongsuk (敬叔, 경숙); his pen names (號, 호) were Hyeonheon (玄軒, 현헌), Sangchon (象村, 상촌), Hyeon’ong (玄翁, 현옹), and Bang’ong (放翁, 방옹). He passed his first civil examination test in 1585, and served on various bureaucratic posts. When the Japanese invaded in 1592, he served as an aid to the military. After the war in 1601, he was awarded the high position of Gaseondaebu (嘉善大夫, 가선대부) in the Ministry of Arts (藝文館, 예문관) for compiling all the annotations for the Records of the Spring and Autumn Period (春秋諸氏傳, 춘추제씨전).