Yi Chung-Hwan's Tʻaengniji: The Korean Classic for Choosing Settlements
The T'aengniji, written by Yi Chung-hwan (1690-1756), is a Korean work for choosing sites for settlement. It continues to be widely studied. and is a masterpiece in the human geography of the late Choson dynasty and a work for understanding the political and economic history of the time.
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