A hundred love poems from Old Korea
This volume introduces the full gamut of the classical genres, including hanshi (poems in Chinese characters), hyangga and Koryo kayo (the earliest Korean vernacular forms), and shijo and kasa (the vernacular verse forms of the Choson dynasty), which modern scholars believe best represent Korean sensibility.
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Hwangjo ka Song of the Orioles
Sodong yo Sodong s Song
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Akchang kasa ANONYMOUS 18 beauty beloved bloom blossoms blouse blue Blue Stream Buddhist Butterfly CENTURY Ch'oe Ch'oyong CH6NG Chong Ch'61 Chongup Choson dynasty chungin cold Confucian cuckoo doom piled high dragon dreams feelings flower freezing in bed genre girl girl's gone hanshi heart Hong Nang Hundred Love Poems husband HWANG CHINI hyangga interpretation jade Kangnam kasa KIM SUJANG 1690 King Yuri kisaeng Korean love poetry Korean poetry Koryd Koryo kayo Koryo song Lady Suro Lao Zi leaves Lotus Seeds lover Maehwa marry monk moon mountain night old Korea P'yongyang plum Poems from Old presumably privy quarters rain recorded in Akchang Samguk yusa Samiin kok scholars Seoul sexual shijo shijo poetry Shilla sleep smile snow Sodong speaker spring breeze stanza Sunjong symbol tears third watch tradition translation vernacular Wi-ta-ring-di-ri wife willow window wine woman yangban YI OK Yi Songgye Yonggwang