Han Dang is a character in the 14th-century Chinese classic novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms by the late Luo Guanzhong, and its multiple adaptations. He is one of the generals of Sun Quan.
After Sun Jian's death, he followed Sun Ce into the conquest of the Danyang, Wu, and Kuaiji districts, located south of the Yangtze River, and rose to the rank of colonel. Subsequently, Han Dang participated in numerous conflicts, including those between Huang Zu and Lujiang Grand Administrator Liu Xun, and then fought the Shanyue people in Poyang County.
Favorable to the resistance against Cao Cao, at the Battle of Chibi, Han Dang also supports the vanguard with Jiang Qin during the attack on the Three Rivers, notably killing Jiao Chu and commander the first naval squadron to support Huang Gai, to whom he saves his life. Subsequently, he was promoted in the later years, Lieutenant-General and Grand Administrator of Yongchang, because of his contribution to Nanjun's victory over Cao Ren. But later on, he was participated in the Battle of Ruxukou, Han Dang participated in the successful against Guan Yu, north of the Long River. At the Battle of Yiling, Han Dang commands an army and, like Zhou Tai, is reluctant to face Lu Xun's plans. However, Han Dang successfully defeat the enemy forces of Liu Bei and becomes Marquis of a chief commune.
Inspiring his captains and soldiers in battle while respecting his superiors whose orders he follows to the letter, he won the favor of Sun Quan. Han Dang was appointed Marquis of Shicheng and Grand Administrator of Guanjun. He also receives the title of Chief Controller, then dies shortly after illness.
- He is a playable character in the Dynasty Warriors video game series.