Overlooked Historical Records of the Three Korean Kingdoms
"The book considers the great quantity of Buddhist narratives, anecdotes on primitive beliefs, and folktales, explores the religious consciousness of the Korean people ... The author also attempts to examine Buddhism's influence on Korean culture"--p. 4 of cover.
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